Williams Students Earn Awards from the American Classical League
The American Classical League (ACL), a professional organization for classicists, annually sponsors the National Latin Exam, a standardized Latin test for high school students.
Williams students in Latin 7, Latin 8, Latin I, Latin II, CLIII, and Latin V (Advanced) classes took this exam in late February, along with over 139,000 students across the country and from 20 countries around the world. 21 Williams students in middle and upper school earned an award from the ACL. All of these students earned a score that is higher than the national average and better on this exam. Congratulations to everyone!
Helen Godshall ’24 - certificate of outstanding achievement and ribbon Charlie Bergendahl ’24 - certificate of outstanding achievement and ribbon Annika Shah ’24 - certificate of achievement Beatrice Palmer ’24 - certificate of achievement Yana Abramova ’24 - certificate of achievement
Emma Paxson ’20 - maxima cum laude - silver medal Olivia Kaplan ’21- maxima cum laude - silver medal Kisuq Levy ’22 - maxima cum laude - silver medal Elizabeth Fowler ’22 - magna cum laude Daixi Shen ’20 - cum laude
Lauren Spitzer ’22 - maxima cum laude - silver medal Olivia Bonner ’22 - maxima cum laude - silver medal Cameron Liberty ’22 - maxima cum laude - silver medal Lucy Lu ’19 - magna cum laude Rachel Harris ’22 - magna cum laude Carly Straub ’22 - cum laude
Classical Languages III
Samantha Karlson ’21 - magna cum laude Braedon Hanson ’21 - cum laude Mary Madaus ’21 - cum laude
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