At the last semester Academic Awards Night, the nine academic departments at Archbishop Rummel High School recognized the top students in each subject. They were awarded Gold Subject Certificates for their academic achievement during the 2012-13 school year.
Distributed by Principal Michael Scalco, the Gold Certificates awarded by academic departments are as follows:
Computer Education Department: Computer Science I Honors, Jared Rogers; Computer Science I Flash Animation, Joseph McGowan; Computer Science II AP, Alexander Ledo; Computer Literacy, Conner Killian; and Robotics, Benedict Novotny.
English Department: Creative Writing, Aaron Diamond, Blake Killian; English 8, Sean Garvey, Connor Perret; English I, Jeffrey Derbes, Tyler Williams, Joseph Holt, Mason O’Donnell; English I Honors, Alexander Bienvenu; English II, Eric Arnouville, Colin Lefebvre, Aaron Diamond, Oswaldo Infante; English II Honors, Justin Bonanno; English III, Michael Prechter, Jordan Nami, Joseph Roy; English III Honors, Dylan Mire; English IV, Nicholas Adams, Henri Lucio; English IV Honors, Joshua Cobar, Andrew Conlin; English IV Honors AP, Sean Goebel, Emile Jeunesse; English V, Bryce Lynch; English V Honors, Patrick Kliebert; and English V Honors AP, David Bienvenu, Taylor Lanson.
Fine Arts Department: Art I Drawing, Darrin Paul; Art I Design, Trevor Tweedy; Art II, Paulo Robarts; Art Ceramics III, Justin Terrell; Art Ceramics IV, Paulo Casanova; Speech I, Quintin Perkins; Fine Arts Survey, Joshua Berthelot; Beginner Band, Nicholas O’Connor; Advanced Band Honors Brass, Brian Hebert; Advanced Band Honors Percussion, Brock Orrett; and Advance Band Honors Woodwinds, Ian Saling.
Foreign Languages Department: Spanish I, Reese LaCombe, Jeffrey Derbes; Spanish I Honors, Christian Hyde; Spanish II, Colin Lefebvre, Christopher Zacharias, Oswaldo Infante; Spanish II Honors, Michael Cobar; Latin I Honors, Mark Pittman; Latin II Honors, Jean-Paul Junesse; Latin III Honors, Timothy Primes; and Latin IV Honors AP, Adam Gourgues.
Mathematics Department: Advanced Math, Kyle Dugas, Justin D’Herete; Algebra I Honors, Alex Mackel; Algebra I Part 1, Dylan Pelicano, Ronald Sparacello; Algebra I Part 2, Justin Hieber, Dylan Lacoste; Algebra II, Adam Karrigan, Brant O’Brien; Algebra II Honors, Timothy Primes; Calculus Honors, Scott Adolph; Calculus Honors AP, Kevin Hartline; Geometry, Colin Lefebvre, Oswaldo Infante; Geometry Honors, Christian Hyde; Pre-Calculus, Jacob Clay; Pre-Calculus Honors, Emile Jeunesse; and Statistics Honors AP, James Lee.
Physical Education Department: Physical Education I, Timothy Primes; and Physical Education II, Christopher Costanza.
Reading Department: Reading 8, David Mosley, Ja’Colbi Rivers; and Reading I, Mark Childress, Connor Cosse, Joseph Holt.
Religion Department: Religion 8, Alexander Bienvenu; Religion I, Christian Hyde; Religion II, Michael Cobar; Religion III, James Lee, Joseph Roy; Religion IV, David Bienvenu.
Science Department: Biology, Anthony Adams, Oswaldo Infante; Biology Honors, Jean-Paul Jeunesse; Biology II, Zachary Van Geffen; Biology II Honors, Edmond Eberle; Chemistry, Darrin Paul, Cody Mire; Chemistry Honors, Emile Jeunesse; Environmental Science, Matthew Migliore; Integrated Science, Zachary Cook, Benjamin Repath; Physical Science, Justin Hieber, Jeffrey Derbes; Physical Science Honors, Alexander Bienvenu; Physics, Kyle Dugas; and Physics Honors, Kevin Hartline.
Service Department: Lasallian Faith, Community, Service 8, Justin Lorio; Lasallian Faith, Community, Service 9, Tyler Williams; Lasallian Faith, Community, Service, 10, Joseph Rivera; Lasallian Faith, Community, Service 11, Emile Jeunesse, Denis Mire; and Lasallian Faith, Community, Service12, Henri Lucio, Himasa Wijetunge.
Social Studies Department: American Government Honors AP, Kevin Hartline; American History, Zachary Bouregois, Michael Prechter; American History Honors, Cole Rogers; American History Honors AP, James Lee; Civics, Kyle Dugas; Civics Honors, Nick Matta; Law Studies, Jacob Clay; Psychology, Hunter Songy; Sociology, Hunter Songy; Western Civilization, Gabriel William, Oswaldo Infante; Western Civilization Honors, Michael Cobar; World Geography, Brandon Marshal; and World Geography Honors, Armand Cox.