Chattanooga Area Students Make SAS 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Three students from the Chattanooga area were named to the Honors Lists at St. Andrew's-Sewanee School for Quarter 1 of the 2019-20 school year.

Overall, 95 students, including 30 boarding and 65 day students, achieved academic distinction for the first quarter.

Students who earn an average of 93 or above with no grade below 83 are named to the High Honors List for academic achievement. Students with average ranges between 83 and 92 and who have received no grade below 80 are named to the Honors List.

Satisfactory completion of afternoon programs is required for students to be eligible for the Honor Roll.
 
High Honors:
Charlie Barron, Chattanooga
Shiv Patel, Chattanooga
 
Honors:
Nick Mastilovic, Signal Mountain


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