18 LSMSA Students Place In National Latin Exam

The results of the National Latin Exam were announced today, April 13. Eighteen students from the Lousiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) placed and will receive awards for their accomplishment. Awards will be mailed after COVID-19 has subsided. All students are from Louisiana.

The following students’ exams were recognized as “Praiseworthy”, i.e. “Cum Laude”:

Sneha Anthony (’21), of Lake Charles
Emma Doucet (’21), of Torbert
Ian Fant (’20), of Clinton
Cailyn Lee (’21), of Vidalia
“Very Praiseworthy”, “Magna Cum Laude”:
Martin Blake (’21), of Mandeville
Abbie Davis (’21), of Covington
Avery Johnson (’21), of Winnsboro
Katherine Jones (’21), of Livingston
Shelbi Rosenberg (’22), of Arnaudville
“Most Praiseworthy”, “Maxima Cum Laude” and awarded Silver Medals:
Briana Gahagan (’22), of Shreveport
Gage Pinckley (’21), of Natchez
Charles Zhang (’20), of Pineville
Hannah Hartley (’21), of Leesville
Alexandria Kurtz (’22), of Chalmette
Griffin McFarland (’22), of Natchitoches

“Worthy of the Highest Praise”, “Summa Cum Laude” and awarded Gold Medals:

Noah Cambre (’20), of Slidell
Shawn Coats (’22), of Luling
Jolie Daigle (’22), of Gonzales

The National Latin Exam was administered on campus on Wednesday, March 11 at 6 p.m. The exam is sponsored each year by the American Classical League and National Junior Classical League. Information on the exam is available at www.nle.org/Exams/Information.

LSMSA offers advanced instruction in many disciplines including Latin, Chinese, Arabic, German, Spanish and French.