Thursday, 25 July 2013 00:00
Long Island Lutheran Middle & High School recognized the achievements of its outstanding students at its Annual Honors Banquet held on June 11 at the Fox Hollow Caterers in Woodbury. Among those honored were Glen Cove residents Matt Borer, Christopher DeLorenz, Jennifer Giambrone, Zehan Joshi, John Martone, Donovan O’Dowd and Brian Pattison.
Matt, Christopher, Zehan and John each received a certificate for three-year membership in the National Honor Society. Membership in the LuHi Chapter of the National Honor Society is granted to those students who have been highly rated by faculty members in the areas of character, leadership and service and who have an 85 or better cumulative average.
In addition, Matt received the Primus Award, which is presented to students with the highest contribution and/or achievement in the areas of academics, athletics, co-curricular or student life. The Student Life Primus Award recognizes Matt’s high standards of values and citizenship, and his ability to serve as a positive role model for his peers.
Co-curricular Awards are presented to individuals who have made outstanding contributions in various co-curricular activities. Brian’s Environmental Club Award and Donovan’s Jazz Band Award recognizes their dedication to those clubs as well as their ability to serve as a positive role model for their peers.
LuHi Athletic Awards are presented to the Most Valuable Player on each of the 2012-13 interscholastic varsity sports teams. Jennifer, an 11th-grader, was named MVP of the Lutheran High Softball Team in recognition of her athletic talent, high standards of sportsmanship, and her ability to serve as a positive role model for her teammates.
These exceptional seniors will be attending the following schools, Brian Pattison – SUNY Geneseo; Donovan O’Dowd – SUNY Farmingdale; Matt Borer – High Point University; Christopher DeLorenz – Pepperdine University; Zehan Joshi – Iona College and John Martone – Susquehanna University.