WYOMING SEMINARY INDUCTS STUDENTS INTO CUM LAUDE SOCIETY

WYOMING SEMINARY INDUCTS STUDENTS INTO CUM LAUDE SOCIETY-Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School recently inducted 11 graduating students into the Cum Laude Society, the national academic honor society for college preparatory schools, during the school’s 173rd Commencement ceremonies. The new inductees include Mountaintop residents Lauren Anderson, Quentin Novinger, and Christian Rickrode. The goal of the Cum Laude Society is the encouragement and rewarding of academic excellence. Wyoming Seminary’s chapter of the society was established in 1930, and each year since then previous members of the organization elect new senior class members in both fall and spring. Membership in Cum Laude is extended to the top 20 percent of students in the senior class. Seen following Commencement exercises are, seated from left: Julien Houde, Elizabeth Abraham, Lauren Anderson and Alyssa Kristeller. Standing, from left: Marc-Antoine Sauve, Michael Kim, Andrew Kim, Parshwa Sheth, Quentin Novinger, Diederick Reitsma, and Christian Rickrode.