Kingsway Regional High School
Kingsway Regional High School is a place that “Honors its Past, Confronts the Present, and Embraces the Future.” The school is rich in tradition and yet dynamic in its approach to the future. They believe in challenging what they currently do and seeking new ways to improve upon their current practices. The faculty is a dedicated and professional staff committed to establishing high expectations and to providing their students with an education that will prepare them as productive and competent citizens in the 21st century. Accordingly, the school goals emphasize academic rigor, the raising of academic standards, character education, and the infusion of technology into the curricula. The affirmation of these beliefs is articulated in the school’s academic doctrine. This doctrine has been officially adopted by the student council, faculty, and Board of Education and is prominently displayed throughout the halls and classrooms.
Congratulations to the seniors of the month for February: Matthew Dalrymple, Kathrine Novzen, and Lily Tran.
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Congratulations to the seniors of the month for January: Gina Bellumori, Matthew Dissen, and Kelly Lynne Jenkins. Congratulations to the seniors of the month for December: Andrew L. Finger, Katie Henderson, and Kelly Higgins. Congratulations to the seniors of the month for November: Emily Kate Brown, Sandeep Kanneganti, and Robyn Pyle.
Congratulations to the seniors of the month for October: Stephen Cacciavillano III, Siobhan Coleman, and Casey Schailey.
Congratulations to the seniors of the month for September: Joseph Duerstock III, Kristin Durr, and Alexa Pavlovski.
Congratulations to Kingsway's Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars Award Winners. They are Andrew Belsky, Emily Brown, Stephen Cacciavillano, Siobhan Coleman, Kevin Dinh, Matthew Dissen, Katie Henderson, Kelly Higgins, Sandeep Kanneganti, Adam Ma'ruf, Lauren Muir, Robyn Pyle, and Cassandra Tubb. These highest achieving students were selected for this award sponsored by the Garden State Scholarship Program. These students are ranked one, two or three in their class, are in the top 10% and have a combined SAT score of 120 or higher. Distinguished Scholars are offered an annual award of $1,000 per year if they attend a New Jersey college or university.
Drew Belsky, Kevin Dinh, Kelly Higgins, Sandeep Kanneganti and Adam Ma'ruf have been named Commended Students in the 2006 National Merit Scholarship Program. These students are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test used for program entry. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. These students placed among the top five percent of more than one million students nationwide who entered the 2006 competition by taking the 2004 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Congratulations to the students that made the Superintendent’s List for the 2nd marking period: Grade 9, Sarah K. Bauer, Angela Belsky, Georgia C. Boles, Dylan C. Brewer, Christopher Catalono, Ulili R. Emore, Ryan J. Juhring, Daniel J. Keyes, Kyle B. Kincaid, Patrick C. Lewis, Vincent J. Maranan, Daniel E. Mulligan, Emily A. O’Malley, Adrian Sanchez, and Juliana E. Viau; Grade 10, Alma Aguilera, Elise J. Allan, Belinda M. Daisey, Rachel M. Genova, Rebecca L. Ogborne, Parth J. Patel, and Devin Plemenos; Grade11 Tessie L. Allan, Patrick A. Danner, Sandy L. Datz, Michelle Delaurentis, Stephanie Delaurentis, Christianne M. Enos, Cathlin Fitzgerald, Ameeka George, Jaqueline M. Gushue, Eric H. Henney, Athena Lapenna, Donald Lemire, Amelia, R. Minnich, Carl J. Trimbach, and Lewis Yuan; Grade 12, Jessica L. Aylward, Andrew J. Belsky, Noah L. Dennison, Kevin Dinh, Matthew Dissen, Sandeep Kanneganti, Jill M. Menden, Casey R. Schailey, Lily Tran, and Cassandra L. Tubb Kingsway Regional High School is located on 201 Kings Highway. For more information, call (856) 467-3300 or visit them on the web at www.kingsway.k12.nj.us.
Author: Margo Harvey
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