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French Students Medal in Le Grand Concours

This year, over 75,000 students participated nationwide in the 2022 National French Exam, known as le Grand Concours, including over 2,000 students in Southern California.

At Sierra Canyon, 58 students in Grades 8-12 took different levels of the National Exam with impressive results.
 
On Saturday, May 14, the yearly Award Ceremony hosted by the American Association of Teachers of French—Southern California Chapter was held in the auditorium of LILA School (International Lycée of Los Angeles) in Burbank. We are incredibly proud of the 17 students who received gold, silver, and bronze medals and the other national winners with Honorable Mention.
 
What a tremendous success! We extend our congratulations to all recipients and hardworking participants.
 
Medals
  • Valentina Salmon '26 (Gold- Level 1)
  • Noor Van den hende '25 (Gold – Level 2)
  • Lincoln Moseley '26 (Gold – Level 3)
  • Denise Barakat '26 (Silver-Level 1)
  • Laila Bowens '25 (Silver – Level 1)
  • Graelyn Heierling ‘26 (Silver – Level 1)
  • Sadie Onelum '26 (Silver-Level 1)
  • Yi Li '24 (Silver- Level 2)
  • Maria Eugenia Bourroul '23 (Silver- Level 3)
  • Chance Combs '24 (Silver – Level 3)
  • Liya McNicoll '25 (Silver – Level 3)
  • Shummig Zhao '23 (Silver- Level 3)
  • Faith Snyder '22 (Silver – Level 4)
  • Brenna Bruggeman ‘22 (Silver- Level AP)
  • Avonley Kliewer ‘22 (Silver – Level AP)
  • Warren Peng '26 (Bronze – Level 1)
  • Finn Retsky '26 (Bronze – Level 1)
 Bravo à tous!
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Middle and Upper School: 20801 Rinaldi Street
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Sierra Canyon School is a private, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12 located in Chatsworth, California. The highly cosmopolitan campus community is reflective of the Greater Los Angeles area and the world at large. Students are empowered to realize their greatest creative, ethical, intellectual and physical promise through small class sizes, a diverse student-teacher culture and a family-like environment.