The following local students were named to the honor roll at Saint Bernard School: Westerly residents, high honors, Emilia Janes, and honors, Aaron Calouro; Stonington residents, headmaster’s list, Violet Kunka, Sophie Addison, Will Hamburger, Joseph Basso, Mary Kunka, Kejia (Vivian) Cui, Rachel Kunka and Ruixia (Jojo) Wang; high honors, Maxwell Savin, Phoebe Foley and Brigid Kunka; honors, Addysen Helbig and Sophia Duhig; North Stonington resident, high honors, Yufei (Fay) Jin; and Mystic residents, headmaster’s list, Benjamin Teague, Maria Carseli, Olivia Mayorga, Sidhaarth Bulusu, Thomas McLaughlin, Sophia Ortega-Diaz, Lillian Turner and Liam Power; high honors, Alexander Hatch, Evan Whitten, Marc Sauchuk, Audrey-Jane Turner, Brooke O'Donnell, Kathleen Power, Isabella McClure, Lauren O'Donnell, Sean Power, Claire McCarthy and Emily Nelson and honors, Jason O'Donnell, Magnus Henson, Ryan Brearley and Aidan Whitten.
Local students receiving the 2018 Lois Hamilton Fontaine scholarships from the Westerly College Club were Westerly residents, Joseph Brodeur, junior at Providence College; Michaela Burr, sophomore at Florida State University; Destiny Deiss, junior at University of Pittsburg; Kelly Gilluly, senior at University of New Hampshire; Riley Haggerty, senior at Emmanuel College; Rudolf Hauser, senior at University of New Hampshire; Joseph Piccolo junior at Bryant University; Colleen Pringer, sophomore at University of New Hampshire; Megan Roy, sophomore at Fairfield University; Emily Roy, junior at Fairfield University and Kierra Wilk, sophomore at Rennsselear Polytechnic Institute; Pawcatuck resident, Joseph Glennon, senior at University of Connecticut, Avery Point; Stonington resident Kailey Jones, junior at Gordon College; Ashway residents Rachel Gilman, sophomore at Quinnipiac University and Seth Bueno, junior at St. Michaels’s College; and North Stonington resident Andrew Carson, sophomore at Northeastern University.
Brendan Crowley of Pawcatuck was named to the president's list at Castleton University for the fall 2018 semester.
Gabriela Hoops of Stonington was named to the All-New England first team of the New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association. She is a senior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and was a goalkeeper for the women’s soccer team. The co-captain completed the regular season ranked second in save percentage in 940 minutes played in conference matches. Four of Hoops' six shutouts were in conference play.
Jess Downie of Stonington was named to the dean's list at Bucknell University for the fall 2018 semester.
Filmmaker Christopher Annino of North Stonington won three awards for films he directed at the Mindfield Film Festival. "Silent Times" won gold for Best Feature film, "The Lolipop Gang" won gold for Best Trailer and "Attack of the Zombie Tumor's" won gold for Best Documentary Short.
Jillian E. Trager and Meghan A. Trager of Richmond were named to the dean's list at the University of Rhode Island for the fall 2018 semester.
U.S. Navy Fireman Apprentice Patrick Kirkwood of New London is currently serving on the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) in the Arabian Gulf.
Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Jeffrey Windischman of Waterford is serving aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57.)
Corey Hurt and Hannah Rebekah Sherron of Mystic were named to the president's list at Husson University for the fall 2018 semester. Hurt is a graduate student enrolled in Husson's Doctor of Pharmacy program and Sherron is a first-year student enrolled in Husson's Bachelor of Science in criminal justice and Master of Science in criminal justice administration program.