On March 17, 2011, Christian Brothers Academy held its annual Scholastic Honors Night at Temple Adath Yeshurun to honor students who have exhibited academic excellence. During the evening, students in grades seven through 12 who achieved High Honors and Honors during the first semester of the 2010-2011 academic year were recognized with certificates of achievement, as parents, faculty and friends applauded their success.
Forty-three students were inducted into the Brother Adolphus National Honor Society, including Aaron Benedict 12, Christopher Bousquet 12, Elizabeth Catalano 12, Colleen Cavanagh 12, Dominic Facciponte 12, J. Mark Finlay 12, Nathan Fornal 12, Kevin Frasier 12, Taylor Gait 12, Gabrielle George 12, Jessica Giannino 12, Claire Gollegly 12, Paige Gordon 12, Marisa Greene 12, Shannon Gross 12, Nora Hakizimana 12, Marisa Hamel 12, Sean Hartnett 12, Megan Hyla 12, Shilpa Kamani 12, Christina Kim 12, Samuel Kotlove 12, Camerson MacPherson 12, Miranda Magley 12, Austin McKenzie 11, Emilie Oakes 12, Molly OBrien 12, Patrick Pierret 12, Aaron Piquet 12, Emily Procopio 12, John Reff 12, Elizabeth Robison 12, Rebecca Scullin 12, Brendan Smith 12, Katrina Springer 12, Nicholaus Spunar 12, Kaleigh Sweeney 12, Ryan Vignogna 12, William Walker 12, Caroline Webster 12, Michelle Wiese 12, Bryce Wiley 12, and Daniel Zimmerman 12.
The Brother Adolphus Honor Society for 2011 including newly inducted members
The 2010-2011 Lasallian Educator of the Year was presented to faculty member Valerie Stedman. Known for her deep spirituality and faith, Valerie Stedman has been on the faculty at CBA since 2004, teaching health to 7th graders, as well as health-related electives to juniors and seniors. She is the coach of CBAs Rite Aid Drug Quiz team, which has placed in the top four in the state for the past four years under her direction. In addition, Stedman is the statistician for the CBA Boys 7th grade basketball team and recently set up the HELPS room, a mentoring area where older students can assist junior high students.
Valerie Stedman accepts a gift from Brother Joseph
Also honored was faculty member Bob Caraher, who received a rocking chair