Holy Cross students honored by PA Junior Academy of Science


Holy Cross awards

Thirty-four students from Holy Cross High School participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Regional meeting in March. Twenty-five students received 1st Awards.

Matthew Marsh and Nina Mucciolo received 6-year Perseverance Awards; Christina Brannon received a 5-year Perseverance Award. Nina Mucciolo received the Advisory Board Award presented to an Outstanding Senior. Christina Brannon received a scholarship to the University of Scranton; Felicia Dzielak received a scholarship to Marywood University; and Matthew Marsh received a scholarship to King’s College. Matthew Cerep and Kella Pacifico received fellowships with Lacawac Sanctuary- Environmental Science Research Center.

Caroline Kranick, Aubrey McGovern, and Jacob Rasimovich received Excellence Awards in their respective research categories. Jeff Kim, Caroline Kranick, and Aubrey McGovern received Perfect Scores.

Holy Cross High School who participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Regional meeting recently included, front row, from left: Ms. Jillian Rojek (teacher), Zoe Haggerty, Felicia Dzielak, Monica Shaffern, Nina Mucciolo, Chloe Pearce, Giulia Maiolatesi, Gianna Calciano, Christina Brannon, Harleigh Davis, Meghan Keenan, and Mrs. Jennifer Leone (teacher).

Second row, same order: Ms. Kimberly Mecir (teacher), Isabel Lopez, Caroline Kranick, Olivia Zehel, Gianna Sacchetti, Grace Okrepkie, Aubrey McGovern, Hannah Carr, Kaylee Magda, Ericka Pica, Annabelle Callis, and Mrs. Colleen Gatrone (teacher).

Third row: Matthew Marsh, Matthew Genovese, Jeff Kim, Kella Pacifico, Leah Georgiades, Joseph Arbie, Matthew Herne, Kevin Ra, and Jacob Rasimovich. Back row: Thomas Niemiec, Matt Cerep, Frank Scavo, and Nicholas Klein. Absent from photo: Alana Siock.



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