Boston College High School has announced that six students from Hull have been named to the school’s first-quarter honor roll.
For high honors, a sophomore, junior, or senior must have at least a 3.80 quality point average and all grades of C+ or higher. Freshmen need a 3.6 quality point average and all grades of C+ or higher. Those from Hull who achieved that level of competence are:
Harry Peters, Porter Bell, Patrick Lynch, Khush Patel, and Jackson Waldner.
For honors, a sophomore, junior, or senior must have at least a 3.20 quality point average and all grades C- or higher. Freshmen need a 3.165 quality point average and all grades C- or higher. Hull’s Ryan Obremski earned that distinction.
Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men in grades 7 to 12. Founded in 1863, the school enrolls approximately 1,500 students from more than 140 communities in eastern Massachusetts. The school reopened for in-person learning this past September using a hybrid model, with two cohorts of students coming onto campus on alternating weeks. This model provided all BC High students with completely synchronous learning opportunities throughout the fall, regardless of whether the student was at school or at home. The school also implemented extensive safety protocols to help keep students, faculty, staff, and others safe and healthy during the global pandemic, and plans to continue offering in-person instruction in January.