4 students receive national bar association honor

4 students receive national bar association honor

Four Summit students were named to the American Bar Association’s Civics and Law Honor Roll after being nominated by teacher Kelly Cronin. From left to right are Ruku Pal, Carter Fee, Aaron Bialon and Lauren Lautermilch.

Four Upper School students were accepted and named to the American Bar Association’s 2017 National Civics and Law Honor Roll.

Sophomore Aaron Bialon, juniors Lauren Lautermilch and Ruku Pal and senior Carter Fee were nominated by history teacher Kelly Cronin.

According to the American Bar Association’s website, the Civics and Law Honor Roll “recognizes secondary school students from throughout the United States who have demonstrated a commitment to civic learning and engagement.”

The students selected for the Honor Roll will be recognized and presented their certificates at the Upper School Awards Program on May 26.

-Hannah Michels