WYOMING SEMINARY UPPER SCHOOL STUDENTS WIN LATIN LANGUAGE AWARDS-Wyoming Seminary Upper School students recently were honored for their achievements in Latin, based on their scores in the 2014 National Latin and Greek Exams. Sponsored jointly by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League, the test is administered to more than 134,500 students across the nation and 11 foreign countries. Students take a written test and compete in nine categories for certificates and gold and silver medals. Seen following the announcement of their achievements are, front from left: freshman Elizabeth Abraham, freshman Noah Hammerman, freshman Gabriel Pascal, freshman Nicole Rose Lukesh, and senior Caitlin Conway. Row two: freshman Diederick Reitsma, freshman Julien Simons, junior Mara Stella, freshman Sarah Schulman, sophomore Samarth Desai, sophomore Richard Hughes, Mountain Top; freshman Kyra Little. Row three: freshman Eamon Tuttle, freshman Alexis Sokach, and freshman Andrew Kim. Row four: senior Thomas Rundell, freshman Dominick D’Alessandro, freshman Connor McGowan, sophomore Jacob Ridilla, freshman Michael Kim, freshman Garrett Gagliardi, freshman Catherine Buckingham; and freshman Erica Manson. Back: freshman Andrew Schukraft, freshman John Kehl, Mountain Top; sophomore Marshall Bursis, freshman David Nape, sophomore Hunter Hughes, and senior Matthew Williard. Freshman Paige Allen, Mountain Top; and sophomore Sujay Murthy were also honored.