Cardinal Newman High School students pulled in 11 medals and 10 honorable mentions in the most recent National Spanish Examination, according to Susye Weng-Reeder, chairwoman of the department of Modern & Classical Languages at the school. Glenn McKevitt also teaches some of the students honored.

More than 140,000 students took the test nationwide, according to the Valparaiso, Indiana-based organization. 

Weng-Reeder provided the following list of Cardinal award winners:

 Premio de Oro – Gold Medal Winners
Manjari Daniel, National Percentile 97

Paige Amormino, National Percentile 95

Premio de Plata – Silver Medal Winners
Keaton Dunsfrord,  National Percentile 87

Eloisa Lorenzo, National Percentile 85

Sarah McNamara, National Percentile 86

Breanna Walsh, National Percentile 92

Premio de Bronce – Bronze Medal Winners
Christian Ott, National Percentile 82

Nicholas Bailey, National Percentile 76

Margaret Botka, National Percentile 76

Lauren Forsell, National Percentile 81

Addy Sarasy, National Percentile 81
Mención Honorífica – Honorable Mentions
Julia Bertolero, National Percentile 71

Elea Davison, National Percentile 65

Gabriela Edman, National Percentile 62

Tyler Loos, National Percentile 51

Sarah Meder-Reumann, National Percentile 74

Natalie Piazza, National Percentile 59

Taylor Enzler, National Percentile 55

Cecily Gamba, National Percentile 73

Joshua Glutch, National Percentile 73

Arianna Johnson, National Percentile 59

Charlie King, National Percentile 50

Ruth Karacozian, National Percentile 51

Caitlyn Rei, National Percentile 55

Peyton Smith, National Percentile 62

Byron Reins, National Percentile 71

The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.