LHS Seniors Earn Seals of Biliteracy

Thirty-one Liverpool High School seniors have earned the Seal of Biliteracy, which recognizes the accomplishments of students who demonstrate mastery in more than one language. The students recently were honored during a special ceremony at LHS.

The LHS seniors represented 12 different languages and dialects. Among the recipients from Liverpool were four students who demonstrated triliteracy - mastery of three languages - and one student who demonstrated quadliteracy – mastery of four languages. Earning seals were:

 

  • Adam Marsh: English and Spanish
  • Allison Santillanes: English and Spanish
  • Alejandro Vergara: English and Spanish
  • Devin Mahaney: English and Spanish
  • Kayleigh Przytula: English and Spanish
  • Kari Flora: English and French
  • Emma Monroe: English and French
  • Shannon Carey: English and Spanish
  • Dominique Cimini: English and Spanish
  • Amanda Dwyer: English and Spanish
  • Ava Farino: English and Spanish
  • Liam MacIntosh: English and Spanish
  • Evelyn Osborne: English and Spanish
  • Abigail Egloff: English and Spanish
  • Delaney Calabria: English and Spanish
  • Vo Minh Khang Le: English and Vietnamese
  • Alsaggr Al-harbi: English and Arabic
  • Muhammad Ghulami: English, Dari and Farsi
  • Samim Faisal: English, Pashto, Farsi and Spanish
  • Becca Mansfield: English and Latin
  • Sanin Selimovic: English, Bosnian and French
  • Saivamsi Adabala: English, Telugu and French
  • Victoria Matta Barajas: English and Spanish
  • Johanna Woellert: English, German, French
  • Jackson Gellert: English and Spanish
  • Brianna Cox: English and Spanish
  • Harmonie Lawton: English and Spanish
  • Karlyssa Shifflett: English and Spanish B
  • randon Davis: English and Spanish
  • Adam Reiter: English and Spanish
  • Azaria Chapman Walker: English and Spanish  

Students seeking the Seal of Biliteracy were asked to prepare an extensive project and give an oral presentation in front of a panel of judges. The Seal of Biliteracy program, organized in Central New York by the Mid-State Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network (RBERN), strives to highlight the value of diversity and world languages instruction in schools.

Students will wear the medal with their graduation robe and a special seal will be added to their diploma.