Bosque Students Among 139K to Take National Latin Exam

Twenty-nine students in Latin I–IV sat for the National Latin Exam in early March; 14 received awards. The National Latin Exam promotes and supports the teaching and learning of the Latin language, its literature and culture, and its lasting influence in the modern world.

Bosque students were joined by over 139,000 other students from all 50 states and Washington, D.C., as well as 20 foreign countries including Australia, Belize, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Republic of Georgia, Russia, Singapore, the Solomon Islands, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and Zimbabwe.  

These students received awards:

LATIN I

Outstanding Achievement Ribbon
Aidan ’22
Miel ’22
Sean ’22

Achievement Certificate
Chloe ’22
Dayle ’22
Hawthorn ’22

LATIN II

Finnegann ’21 magna cum laude
Saskia ’21 cum laude
Victoria ’21 magna cum laude

LATIN III

Julian ’20 Silver Medal, maxima cum laude

LATIN IV

Abigail ’19 cum laude
Adam ’19 magna cum laude
Mia ’19 cum laude

Well done, Bosque students!
 
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