Lower School Awards

Congratulations to these students recognized for achieving excellence during the 2019-2020 school year!

Continental Math League
 
Students who earned the highest scores for our school: 
  • Jacob Janik
  • Rhett Desormeaux

The third student, receiving a medal for earning the highest score at our school, is 
  • Alison Clark

Math Olympiad Awards
Scoring in the top 50% of all of this year’s scores
  • Ethan McCoy
Scoring in the top 40% of all scores
  • JuJu Badeaux
  • Jackson Blem
  • Elise Monica
  • Riggs Ryan
  • Elijah Riggs
  • Grace Schwarz
Scoring in the top 25%
  • Avery Ryan
  • Ella Uebinger
These students all scored in the top 20%
  • Thomas Armond
  • Thomas Breaux
  • Gabe de la Torre
  • Scout Helveston
  • Tripp Kordisch
  • Genevieve Morrow
  • Juliet Williams
This students’ score was in the top 10%
  • Austin Drew
Also in the top 10%, and with a score of 20/25 - the highest score in our school: 
  • Cain Meche

Writing Awards
 
Louisiana Writes is a state-wide contest that takes in nearly 1,000 entries each year. Teachers from around the state narrow the entries and finalists are selected by notable Louisiana scholars and writers. 
  • 3rd place in 3rd-4th grade fiction:  Sophie Wilson


Le Grand Concours
ESA 3rd- 5th graders compete each year in Le Grand Concours, a national competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. This year just over 3,000 students competed in the elementary division.  77% of ESA Lower School French students scored in the top 50% nationally.

Six students have earned bronze medals for scoring within the 75th- 80th percentiles nationally:

  • Gabe de la Torre
  • Genevieve Morrow
  • Grace Schwarz
  • Ella O’Niell
  • Lewis White
  • Jayden Shamburger
 
13 of our students scored within the 85th-90th percentiles, and earned silver medals:
  • Austin Drew
  • Stella Cate Furby
  • Amelie Gomez
  • Cain Meche
  • Ella Uebinger
  • Juliet Williams
  • Juliette Badeaux
  • Erin Vige
  • Lauren Conroy
  • Molly Granberry
  • Oz Arceneaux
  • Cecilia Cromwell
  • Chaney Frances Joseph
Three students earned gold medals for scores in the top 5% nationally:
  • Thomas Armond
  • Alison Clark
  • Robert Morrow

Academic Awards
At the Lower School, we give two general academic awards in grades 4 and 5.
Honor Roll is awarded to students who earned no grade for a quarter below a B- throughout the year.

Headmaster’s List is awarded to students who earned no grade below a B- throughout the year and maintained grade point averages of 3.67 or above.

4th Grade Honor Roll
  • Lauren Conroy
  • Audrey Vige
  • Annalise Fitzgerald
  • CeeCee Garber
  • Preston Monteleone
  • Emile Myers
  • Stella Pfister
  • Clara Pugliese
  • Lewis White
4th Grade Headmaster’s List
  • Oz Arceneaux
  • Alison Clark
  • Molly Granberry
  • Matthew Green 
  • Jacob Janik
  • Ella O’Niell
  • Max Prellop
  • Jayden Shamburger
  • Erin Vige
  • Lily Deshotels
  • Ciara Farmer


5th Grade Honor Roll
  • Thomas Breaux
  • Aaron Bush
  • Rhys Dillane
  • Stella Cate Furby
  • Scout Helveston
5th  Grade Headmaster’s List
  • Thomas Armond
  • Juju Badeaux
  • Gabe de la Torre
  • Austin Drew
  • Ellie Gates
  • Caroline Huval
  • Tripp Kordisch
  • Cain Meche
  • Avery Elise Monica
  • Genevieve Morrow
  • Avery Pitre
  • Elijah Riggs
  • Avery Ryan
  • Maddox Savoy
  • Grace Schwarz
  • Cecilia Sugeng
  • Ella Uebinger
  • Juliet Williams


The St. Barnabas Award is presented to the student who maximizes his or her experience at the Lower School and takes full advantage of all that ESA has to offer. This year’s recipient of the St. Barnabas Award is Ella Uebinger


The Headmaster’s Award is presented each year to the student who most exemplifies academic excellence, honor, and leadership. The recipient of the Headmaster’s Award  acknowledges a student who has made notable contributions to the well-being of our community. This year, the Headmaster’s Award is presented to Juliet Williams.

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