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Education

July 12, 2012

Local scholars

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Capone, who also received a Highest Scholarship Bowl for maintaining an average of 95 or above for the entire school year, will attend Columbia University in the fall.

St. John's Prep students honored

The following students were honored for outstanding academic achievement during a student award convocation held at the end of the school year: Rory Burke, Physical Education Award; Andrew Cadigan, English and Science Award; John Chahraban, Academic Excellence Award; Matthew Eckstein, Religious Studies and Science Award; Phillip Igoe, Computer Science Award; Mateo Jacome, Physical Education Award; Alexander Munick, Physical Education Award; and Sean Nork, Mathematics Award.

Coombs graduates Newton Country Day School

Andover resident Joanna Coombs graduated from Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart on June 7, 2012.

The daughter of Nancy Reddish, Coombs will matriculate at Clemson University.

Lawrence Academy honor roll

The following students from Andover earned academic honors for Lawrence Academy's spring 2012 trimester, according to the Groton private school.

High Honors

Inez Bouzon, junior

Brian Finn, junior

Brett McQuaide, senior

Gregory Stern, junior

Jillian Thero, junior

Madeleine Thero, freshman

Honors

Laura Adie, sophomore

Sarah Casey, junior

Hannah Cunningham, junior

Gabriella DiVincenzo, freshman

Madelaine Gray, junior

Devon Heavey, sophomore

Emma Keefe, junior

Resident graduates Cohen Hillel Academy

Andover resident Akiva Or-Shahar was one of 22 students to graduate from Cohen Hillel Academy in Peabody on June 19.

The Cohen Hillel Academy graduating class of 2012 completed their Hillel experience in a heartfelt ceremony at Temple Ner Tamid in Peabody with almost 300 parents, relatives, friends, faculty and staff in attendance, according to the school. Cohen Hillel is a K-8 Jewish day school serving Boston's North Shore communities.

Cregg named to Brookwood School honor roll

Eighth-grader Hannah Cregg was named to the Brookwood School honor roll, which recognizes students averaging 85 with no grade below 80.

Kuan awarded $1,000 scholarship from Comcast

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