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VPSA Students Score Wins in the National Classical Etymology Exam

Marlin Detweiler Written by Marlin Detweiler
VPSA Students Score Wins in the National Classical Etymology Exam
We are proud to announce the winners of the National Classical Etymology Exam for the 2013-2014 academic year. The NCEE, comprised of 50 multiple-choice questions, is entirely in English and is designed to test a student’s ability to handle both Latin and Greek derivatives and their usage in the English language. These VPSA students competed against the most well-educated of their peers nationwide. Participation in these exams was voluntary, and all preparation was done on their own time. Miranda McClung, Advanced, Gold Macy McClung, Advanced, Bronze Cooper Salmon, Advanced, Bronze Hannah Burgsma, Intermediate, Gold Margaret Duren, Intermediate, Gold Grace Oliver, Intermediate, Gold Audrey Scrogham, Intermediate. Silver Jozef Soja, Intermediate, Silver John LaBonte, Intermediate, Bronze Colson McCullough, Intermediate, Bronze Isabel Warmka, Intermediate, Bronze Sam Bushra, Novice, Gold Mary Beth Duren, Novice, Gold Scott Schuster, Novice, Gold Elise Scrogham, Novice, Gold Abigail Turner, Novice, Gold Elizabeth Baugh, Novice, Silver Joshua Salmon, Novice, Silver Hope St. Pierre, Novice, Silver Abigail Wollschlager, Novice, Silver Kyle Wong, Novice, Silver Sarah Brabec, Novice, Bronze Riley Bullock, Novice, Bronze Alexa Lopez, Novice, Bronze Ethan Poupard, Novice, Bronze Evan Voris, Novice, Bronze Aislinn Warmka, Novice, Bronze