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Ten CHS Students Honored with National Hispanic Recognition Award

Ten Catholic High School Students have been honored as part of the College Board’s National Recognition Program. Congratulations to Seniors Aiden Acosta, Fernando Cardona, Jack Chustz, William de Souza, Luke Funes, Isaac Miller, Adler Rice and Luke Wimberley, and to juniors David Latil and Cesar Rico who were recognized with the National Hispanic Recognition Award. 

The College Board’s National Recognition Program was created to recognize the academic achievement of Hispanic, African-American and Indigenous students as well as students attending rural schools. Students receiving this recognition are among the top 10 percent of scorers on the PSAT standardized test and also meet College Board’s GPA requirement.