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9 Msgr. Pace High students recognized by College Board

These are the nine Spartans who were recognized by the College Board National Recognition Program; from left: 
Justin Bridges, Sewan Ali, Maria Alfonso, Kenya Charles, Daniel Bar-Chen, Alexandra Creed, Emile Myers, Roberto Gilbert and Huddleston Cottiere.

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These are the nine Spartans who were recognized by the College Board National Recognition Program; from left: Justin Bridges, Sewan Ali, Maria Alfonso, Kenya Charles, Daniel Bar-Chen, Alexandra Creed, Emile Myers, Roberto Gilbert and Huddleston Cottiere.

MIAMI GARDENS | The Msgr. Edward Pace High School community is proud to announce that nine Spartans earned recognition from the College Board National Recognition Program due to their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT and/or AP Exams.

To receive recognition, students must have at least a 3.5 GPA and score in the top 10% of the PSAT, or score a 3 or higher on two or more distinct AP exams.

Daniel Bar-Chen and Maria Alfonso received the National Hispanic American Recognition, while Alexandra Creed, Emile Myers, Huddleston Cottiere, Justin Bridges, Kenya Charles, Roberto Gilbert and Sewan Ali received the National African American Recognition.

The Pace family commends these Spartans for their accomplishments during a highly demanding stage of their lives. The Spartans’ accomplishments are a reflection of the commitment and passion that Pace High inspires in their students so they may achieve academic success.