2022-23 Cromwell-Wright School Semester 1 Honor Roll

The first semester honor roll for Cromwell-Wright School


A Honor Roll

Grade 12: Avery Aho, Noah Foster, Isaac King, Sascha Korpela, Payton Rosbacka, Liam Schoenberg,

Grade 11: Elliott Anderson, Jillian Anderson, Avery Birman, Tanner Collman, Marissa Dahl, Brandon Dickey, Aurora Gervais, Wyatt Goranson, Kyra Granholm, Mya Gronner, Maxwell Hanni, Andrew Kachinske, Macie Lind, Joshua Lindman, Katie Metzer Korpela, Emaleigh Olesiak, Karina Olesiak, Josie Suhonen, Grace Swenson.

Grade 10: Emma Anderson, Isabella Anderson, Siiena Anderson, Vaida Blomquist, Brady Dahl, Annabelle Doble, Bryanna Foster, Jack Irving, Cameron Johnson, Tucker Korpi, Emerson Lind, Emily Lindman, Nevaeh Manninen, Dylan Nyberg, Megan Smith, Titus Swartout.

Grade 9: Justine Anderson, Phoenix Anderson, Nikolas Dickey, Jackson Farah, Kieriahna Goodin, Larissa Homstad, Rylee King-HagE, Alyssandra Maki, Kaylee Smith.

Grade 8: Emelia Dahl, Rose Dilly, Autumn Doble, Mya Einberger, Jorge Gatica, Allison Gresczyk, Weston Hanni, Brenda King-HagE, Isabella Nyberg, Remington Olesiak, Grace Shelton.


Grade 7: Carys Borglund, Addison Disterhaupt, Brenden Gronner.

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B Honor Roll

Grade 12: Ellie Anderson, Amber Fredrickson, Brody Goranson, Romain Jacques, Jacob Measner, Steven Ridlon.

Grade 11: Cole Aho, Anaka Burton, Gracie Foley, Caya Forland, Titus Goettke, Lillia Jordan, Johnathon Schiller.

Grade 10: Jacob Aho, Jarek Caspersen.

Grade 9: Kayla Aho, Lane Gervais, Carson Hill, James Lind, Haylee McCuskey, Dylan Schulte.

Grade 8: D'Aysha Besch, Dominik Hanegmon, Conner Johnson, Zachary Johnson, Aaron Korpela, Shannon Lund, Landon Mrosla, Drew Nyberg, Collin Peterson.

Grade 7: Canyon Dahl, Blake Granholm, Dane Homstad, Lucy Homstad, Clarissa Irving, Brody Johnson, Braham Jordan, Brayden Lind, Kloe Olesiak, Liam Parks.

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