The verdict is in. As has been the case for decades now, Serra High School has scholars at the school, scholars who are ready to continue to develop and do great things once they leave. Serra students go to an incredible array of universities around the country and contribute to the world at large once they move into the American workplace. It all begins here in the classrooms at Serra High School. Recently, the accomplishments of Serra Scholars were celebrated at an Honor Roll Assembly.
Earlier in February, students were recognized for their academic achievement during the Fall 2018 semester, honoring those students who worked hard during the Fall semester to earn high marks in the classroom. New Freshmen and Transfer students had their first opportunity at Serra to be recognized for their hard work and enjoy the spotlight shining on them for the first time, while those who have been here for a while were able to take the stage again to enjoy the recognition of a job well done.
For the Fall Semester of 2018, there were 17 Freshmen, 15 Sophomores, 12 Juniors, and 20 Seniors on the Honor Roll, consisting of students who earned a GPA between 3.5 and 3.99. On the Principal's Honor Roll, which holds within it students who earned a GPA of 4.0 or higher, there were 4 Freshmen, 24 Sophomores, 18 Juniors, and a staggering 43 Seniors. These students have worked very hard and are very deserving of great recognition.
Additionally, students who demonstrated outstanding citizenship were recognized. Recipients of this honor were Freshmen Justyn Martin and Alexandra Ovando, Sophomores Milan Bowen and Ryan Pounds, Juniors Jose Aceves and Imani Anderson, and Seniors Jacqueline Brown and Lavakeiaho Vatuvei. To all of our Cavaliers, thank you for reminding all that Serra is a community that has a wide variety of students with incredibly diverse talents and that Serra is a truly powerful Catholic academic institution. Congratulations to all who were recognized on this great day.