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CedarBridge celebrates as 15 students make the grade for National Honour Society

CedarBridge Academy applauded 15 of its students after their high academic achievement got them inducted into the National Honour Society (NHS).

The organisation recognises high school students whose grade point averages hit 3.2 and above.

Principal Kalmar Richards said yesterday's accolade, which brings the school's number of NHS members to 38, served as a reminder of Bermuda's place in the global community. The school's own chapter of the NHS was founded in 2006.

Making the grade were students Brianna Adams-Thompson, Taiyana Allen, Jayla Burt, Dascha Choudhury, Teela Dickinson, Afnan Farooqui, Erin Fleming, Sophia Hamilton, Kayla Kellman, Jennifer Parra, Keirra Phillips, Sihle Sharrieff- Hayward, Jordan Simmons-Trott, Kashantae' Smith and Marissa Trott.

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Published October 10, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated October 10, 2013 at 1:33 am)

CedarBridge celebrates as 15 students make the grade for National Honour Society

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