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Farmington Students on Fall Honor Roll at The Loomis Chaffee School

Seventeen students made the Honor Roll.

The following press release was submitted by readMedia.

The following area students were recently named to the fall honor roll at The Loomis Chaffee School:

Ryan Dailey, a freshman from Avon received Honor Roll

Samuel Henke, a freshman from Avon received High Honor Roll

Gabriella Lugli, a freshman from Avon received Honor Roll

Katrina Lugli, a freshman from Avon received Honor Roll

Allison Norris, a freshman from Avon received High Honor Roll

Samantha Aube, a sophomore from Avon received High Honor Roll

Christopher Natcharian, a sophomore from Avon received High Honor Roll

Derek Pang, a sophomore from Avon received Honor Roll

Nicholas Taylor, a sophomore from Avon received High Honor Roll

Sonia Brunstad, a junior from Avon received High Honor Roll

Kristina Cheyne, a junior from Avon received Honor Roll

Rashi Dua, a junior from Avon received Honor Roll

W. Benjamin Suski, a junior from Avon received High Honor Roll

Sarah Breckinridge, a senior from Avon received High Honor Roll

Eliseé Browchuk, a senior from Avon received Honor Roll

Cameron Nelson, a senior from Avon received High Honor Roll

Ryan Wilde, a senior from Avon received Honor Roll

The Loomis Chaffee School, located in historic Windsor, Connecticut, is an internationally recognized college preparatory school for grades 9-12 that fosters critical thinking and a global perspective in talented students from around the state, the country and the world. Since 1914, the school has offered educational opportunities for boys and girls regardless of religious or political beliefs, national origin, or financial resources. Academically challenging, the school promotes active learning within a respectful and civil community. The school's 650 students represent 39 countries and 26 U.S. states, with 33 percent of the student body receiving financial aid.

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