Cincinnati, Ohio, December 21, 2017 – Saint Ursula Academy is proud to announce the newest members of the French Honor Society. They are Gracie Davis, Arianna Dziadkowiec, Cassidy Finley, Kat Suddendorf, Allie Greenwell, Anna Leonard, Marina Shepard, and Eva Tombragel.
The goal of this honor society is to expand students’ knowledge of and appreciation for the French language and culture through a variety of activities and service projects.
The girls participated in an induction ceremony followed by a French inspired meal in the Saint Ursula Academy parlors.
To be inducted into the French Honor Society, students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.75 in French during the semester of initiation as well as a 3.00 or better in all other classes during that time. Students must exhibit leadership skills and an interest in French cultural activities. Students must be enrolled in French 4, French 4 Honors or higher during the semester of initiation.
Requirements for continuing membership require active participation in the annual service project as well as regular attendance at club meetings.
Saint Ursula Academy is a Catholic, college-preparatory, secondary school for young women known for academic excellence and rich tradition. Saint Ursula welcomes students from more than 90 grade schools in the Greater Cincinnati area. The Academy is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School. The campus, located at 1339 E. McMillan Street in East Walnut Hills has been the home of St. Ursula Academy and Convent since 1910. The Class of 2017 earned college scholarships totaling more than $21-million.