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Riverwood Student Earns 2nd Place On National Spanish Exam

Freshman Kendall Laws placed second in Georgia in the National Spanish Exam and in the 98th percentile across the country.

Kendall Laws, left, and teacher Brian Strickland.
Kendall Laws, left, and teacher Brian Strickland.
A Riverwood International Charter School student placed second in the state of Georgia on the National Spanish Exam.

Kendall Laws, who is a freshman at the school, also placed in the 98th percentile nationwide. 

World language teacher Brian Strickland reports that 58 of his students sat for this year's exam. In addition to Kendall Laws' Oro (gold above the 95th percentile), seven students earned Plata (silver 85-94), three earned Bronce (bronze 75-84) and nineteen earned Honors (50-74). Congratulations to:

Silver: Hill Belfi , Elizabeth Graves , Elijah Jenkins, Sydney Laws, Morgan Martin, Natalie Peeks, and Benny Soran

Bronce: Mariah Hinton, Patrick Johnson, and Harrison Lipsky

Honors: Yoel Alperin, Arabelle Berman, Deambra Burroughs, Erick Casanova, Erick Castro, Alexus Clark, Kevin Feldman, Ty Feng, Kenzie Fisher, Peyton Fisher, Zoe Gunthert, Mia Hodge, Jade Jones, Asher Newman, Nicole Nichols, Wendoly Olarra, David Taylor, Josh Vayle, and Kristin Williams.

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