SSP High School Academic Honors
11th and 12th grade students at South St. Paul High School were honored at the Academic Awards Friday, May 5.
National Honor Society
When the National Honor Society was founded in 1921, the hope was to create an organization that would recognize and encourage academic achievement while developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy. These ideals of scholarship, character, service, and leadership remain as relevant today as they were in 1921.
Renata A., Andrew B. Alyse B., Izaak B., Annie F., Kayla G., Caleb G., Glory J., Jessica K., Trinity M., Jack M., Gabe M.P., Patricia M., Gavin P., Bao P., Joseph R., Andrew S., Cadence S., Dionna U.L., Ava W., Madeline W.
Isabelle A., Walker B., Lauren B., Degim B., Arzu B., Olivia B., Samuel B., Lauryn B., Megan B., Samuel C., Zane D., Madison E., Anna E., Maciek F., Matthew G., Kylie H., Yangling H., Madysen K., Dakota K., Braden M., Malia M., Aaliyah M., Chloe P., Alex R., Jonathan R., Joseph S., Anna S., Madalyn S., Anne V., Sarah W.
The Gold Award Seal is given to all seniors who have attended South St. Paul High School who have achieved a grade point average of 3.700 or above for each academic school year in grades 9, 10, 11, and through the first two trimesters of grade 12.
Isabelle A., Lauren B., Degim B., Olivia B., Lauryn B., Zane D., Anna E., Daniel E., Kylie H., Ruby J., Thomas K., Madysen K., Braden M., Malia M., Daniella M., Margaret M., Meaghan M., Owen M., Inga O., Ryan R., Anthony S., Evan S., Anna S., Hanna U., Anne V., Caleb W., Sarah W.
Language Recognition Candidates
The Minnesota Bilingual/Multilingual Seal program recognizes students who can demonstrate proficiency in a world language. Both native speakers of a world language and students who study a world language are eligible to earn college credit if they demonstrate proficiency in a world language based on standards developed by the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).
Isabelle A., Jacob B., Lauren B., Olivia B., Alyse B., Lauryn B., Kayden B., Rodrigo B.G., Adam C., Alexis C., Samuel C., Zane D., Maciek F., Ana G.G., Raymundo G.C., Yangling H., Ruby J., Pharol K., Thomas K., Madysen K., Giovanni L.A., Luis L., Jose L.F., Braden M., Malia M., Meaghan M., Owen M., Inga O., Damaris O., Logan O., Audrey P., Vanessa R.R., Ryan R., Ronald R.O., Giovanni R.A., Sean R., Jonathan R., Beau S., Giovanni S., Samuel S., Gabriela S.M., Joseph S., Quinn S., Anna S., Madalyn S., Anne V., Maya W., Sarah W.
To be eligible for IB recognition a student must test in four IB Diploma Program classes, or test in three IB classes and take both levels of Theory of Knowledge. In addition, students must complete a CAS Program (Creativity, Activity, and Service) over the course of their junior and senior years and reflect upon what their CAS participation has meant to them. Diploma Candidates complete two additional IB Diploma Classes, and complete an Extended Essay.
The following students have fulfilled or surpassed the requirements for IB recognition:
Inga O., Juan P.P., Jonathan R., Anthony S.
Isabelle A., Lauren B., Olivia B., Kylie E., Maciek F., Raymundo G.C.,Owen M., Ryan R., Joseph S., Sarah W.