55 Students on Magnolia Science Academy Honor Roll — 6 Are PerfectBy News @ 12:00 PM March 17, 2011
From Zig Gauthier
Fifty-five students from Magnolia Science Academy 6, a free charter middle school based in a Palms/Culver City neighborhood, have received academic honors, including six who earned perfect 4.0 GPAs.
The six who achieved both Academic Excellence and High Honor Roll awards are: Alexis Atianzar, Grace Campbell, Gillian Cornwall, Kaeleigh Cornwall, Kai McNamee and Cole Thomas. At a school assembly, each received a certificate of Academic Excellence and a USB flash drive.
The 49 Magnolia students who gained a place on the Honor Roll for having a GPA of 3.5 and higher:
Ahmet Alkanis, Brandon Anyanwu, Jerusalem Belay, Aidan Cameron, Luigi Carpaccio, Charles Carroll, Tuba Cinar, Elad Cohenm Moriel Dror, Erroll Espino, Howard Felder, Tiana Flores, Tyler Flowers, Logan Frey, Kiana Fuller, Chandler Gauthier, Maeve Giza, Emily Gottlieb, Anani Gutierrez, Daniella Hagopian, Martin Harley, Kathy Herandez, Alexis Hernandez, Laura Jackson, Imani Johnson, Seamus Koenigsberg, Emmett Krantz, Anthony Lopez, Evan Mancewicz, Nicholas Murga, John Pavlica, Samuel Pekelney, Brandon Pineda, Nina Price, Daniel Reich, Breanna Roncal, Andrew Roy, David Shaw, Justin Shepherd, Casey Seifert, Nolan Seifert, Morgan Thompson, Daniel Valencia, Brandalynn Vernoff, Robert Villanueva, Gabrielle Schwartz, Georgia Webb, Armani Wells and Taylor Wheatly.
Magnolia Science Academy 6, 3754 Dunn Dr., Los Angeles, services 6th, 7th and 8th graders in the greater Culver City and Palms communities. The academy emphasizes a rigorous academic, college-prep-based curriculum. It prioritizes academics, leadership, good character, proper nutrition, small class sizes, quality teaching instruction, mandatory student uniforms, and cultural and environmental awareness. Magnolia’s programs include academic after-school programs, book fairs, role model guest speakers of the month, academic field trips, recycling programs, teacher and staff appreciation events, healthy, nutritional food offerings, disaster planning, cultural festivals and other ideals taught to prepare middle school students for four-year universities and to develop
none of this is substantited with state testing requirements like STAR here are the results:
Click on "Report" to the right of the school name
The standards at Magnolia Science Academy for receiving a 4.0 GPA are very low, put these same students in another school and see how they REALLY stack up.