Outstanding Senior in French Award Winner Announced

From Upper School World Language Chair Jon Shee:

St. Luke’s senior Carolina Warneryd was selected by the school’s French faculty to receive the American Association of Teachers of French Outstanding Senior in French Award.  This prize goes to one St. Luke’s senior who has reached an impressive level of fluency in French and shown a deep passion for both the French language and culture. To qualify for this award, students must have maintained an A average in French throughout their high school career and participated in French-related extracurricular activities.

Past St. Luke’s French Award recipients  include Dominic DeMarco (2018), Mark Forese (2017), Erik Eveland (2016), Maria Juran (2015), Liza Epprecht (2014), Tommy Champion (2013), Abby Goettler (2012), Sam Fomon (2011), Emmy Goettler (2010), Jake Pressman (2009), and Ian Veidenheimer (2008).  

Félicitations, Carolina!

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