National French Contest Winners

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Long Beach High School students achieved excellent results on the Le Grand Concours National French Contest, presented by the American Association of Teachers of French. Collectively, the freshmen and sophomores earned a gold, silver and two bronze medals.

Tenth grader Caroline Roser-Dialma won a gold medal, having achieved a ranking of second in Nassau County and at the national level. Her score was within the 95th percentile nationally. Delphine Esformes, also a tenth grader, was awarded a silver medal for achieving a ranking of thirteenth in Nassau County and fourteenth at the national level. Her score was within the 85th percentile nationally. Sophomore Gabrielle Selter and freshman Isadora Turbek each received bronze medals. Gabrielle’s rankings were fifteenth in Nassau County and sixteenth at the national level, and her score was within the 80th percentile nationally. Isadora’s rankings were eleventh at both the county and national levels, and her score was within the 80th percentile nationally. 

Congratulations on these outstanding accomplishments!