State Honors Students with Seal of Biliteracy

State Honors Students with Seal of Biliteracy
Posted on 08/08/2021
Seal of Biliteracy Award

The St. Joseph School District is pleased to announce 11 graduates earned state recognition for their proficiency in two or more languages.

The Missouri Seal of Biliteracy is awarded to students who have studied and attained proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.

Students who met the criteria for 2021 earned recognition for their proficiency in Chinese, French, Spanish and Latin. The group includes students from Benton and Central High School.

Due to the rigor of the requirements, some Missouri universities give up to 12 hours of college credit for students who meet the assessment and sociocultural requirements.


Missouri Seal of Biliteracy

Grace Tang, Chinese, Central High School
Frederick Rivas-Giorgi, Spanish, Central High School
Isabella Wiebelt-Smith, Spanish, Central High School
Marianna Sanchez, Spanish, Benton High School
Caden Lovelady, French, Central High School
Eli Blair, French, Central High School
Carson Haberyan, French, Central High School
Ian Patterson, French, Central High School
Nicholas Leonardo, French, Central High School
Cowles Anderson, French, Central High School
Connor McPhillips, Latin, Central High School

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