Rummel in Metairie honors 89 straight-A students

Photo provided by Archbishop Rummel High School -- Rummel's straight-A students go to lunch -- To recognize  students whose GPAs for the second quarter were  “perfect,” Archbishop Rummel High School administrators hosted these 25 straight-A students with a lunch at Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in Bucktown. Students were bused to the Metairie restaurant for a feast of fried onion rings, jumbo seafood platters and bread pudding.  Each quarter Archbishop Rummel takes  straight-A students to a different restaurant to celebrate their academic achievements.  The honored studentsare, kneeling, from left, Christian Hyde, Justin Hieber, Alex Mackel, Michael Cobar and Emile Jeunesse. Standing, from left, are Joseph Roy, Eric Nicholson, Nicholas Harrington, Zachary Cook, Tim Primes, Mark Pittman, Jared Rogers, Alex Bienvenu, Keaton Ott, Nicholas Dubuc, Anthony Adams, Eric Klein, Nicholas Volpi, James Lee, Darrin Paul, Adam Karrigan, Edmond Eberle, Jean Paul Jeunesse, Kevin Hartline and Andrew Conlin. Show caption
Photo provided by Archbishop Rummel High School -- Rummel's straight-A students go to lunch -- To recognize students whose GPAs for the second quarter were “perfect,” Archbishop Rummel High School administrators hosted these 25 straight-A students with a lunch at Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in Bucktown. Students were bused to the Metairie restaurant for a feast of fried onion rings, jumbo seafood platters and bread pudding. Each quarter Archbishop Rummel takes straight-A students to a different restaurant to celebrate their academic achievements. The honored studentsare, kneeling, from left, Christian Hyde, Justin Hieber, Alex Mackel, Michael Cobar and Emile Jeunesse. Standing, from left, are Joseph Roy, Eric Nicholson, Nicholas Harrington, Zachary Cook, Tim Primes, Mark Pittman, Jared Rogers, Alex Bienvenu, Keaton Ott, Nicholas Dubuc, Anthony Adams, Eric Klein, Nicholas Volpi, James Lee, Darrin Paul, Adam Karrigan, Edmond Eberle, Jean Paul Jeunesse, Kevin Hartline and Andrew Conlin.

METAIRIE Eighty-nine students at Archbishop Rummel High School were recognized by the school’s Renaissance program for having second quarter report card grade-point averages of 4.0 or better.

They enjoyed a special catered luncheon served in the school’s Raider Room.

Students who qualified for the honor are as follows:

Eighth-graders — Alexander Bienvenu, Joshua Bienvenu, Nicholas Bourgeois, Joseph Brandenburg, Armand Cox, Armando Fuentes, Justin Lorio, Alex Mackel, Mark Pittman, Ryan Powers, Jacob St. Pierre, David Verderame.

Freshmen — Tyler Braud, Andrew Fuentes, Justin Hieber, Christian Hyde, Evan Klein, Jacob Kliebert, Tri Le, Jacob Macaluso, Warren Massimini, Matthew Maurin, Nicholas Neal, Jared Rogers and Peter Vu.

Sophomores — Justin Bonanno, Pierce Bonck, Michael Cobar, Quinn Dantagnan, Nicholas Dubuc, Cameron Duhe, Joshua Eilers, Justin Evans, Bertrand Hammant, Nicholas Harrington, Jean-Paul Jeunesse, Adam Karrigan, Matthew Keller, Dylan Mire, Matthew Moreau, Keaton Ott, Timothy Primes, Joseph Riviere, Gage Thomas, Tyler Troncoso and Scott Wetzel.

Juniors — Adam AuDuong, George Blish, Seth Borne-Smith, Ashton Brayard, Joshua Cobar, Andrew Conlin, Jeffrey Fisher, Sean Goebel, Adam Gourgues, Ibraheem Hachem, Emile Jeunesse, Rick LaCava, Alexander Ledo, James Lee, Dillon Lowe, Patrick Madden, Sebastian Massimini, Denis Mire, Ryan Rieth, Joseph Roy, Nicholas Volpi and Brett Williams.

Seniors — Nicholas Adams, Joshua Berthelot, David Bienvenu, Matthew Brennan, James Cavalero, Travis DeZarn, Edmond Eberle, Haider Hamoudi, Kevin Hartline, Michael Kennedy, Eric Klein, Patrick Kliebert, Nicholas Lafourcade, Taylor Lanson, Tyler LeBlanc, Matthew Mercatante, Eric Nicholson, Kory Pilet, Hunter Songy, Matthew Trammel and Himasa Wijetunge.