The Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) recently announced its scholar-athletes for the month of April and two students from Ludlowe and four from Warde were selected.

Ludlowe’s Jason Hsieh, a senior and captain of the boys’ golf team, plans on playing golf at Hamilton College, has a 4.16 GPA.

He is a recipient of the Clarkson Achievement Scholarship Award for leadership and outstanding academic achievement.

Ludlowe’s Jack Grady has a cumulative GPA of 3.7, having been an Honor Roll student from 2014-17, and he is a two-year varsity member and current captain of the boys’ golf team. He was on the boys’ varsity soccer team for two years. He also volunteers for community activities.

Warde senior Megan Christenson was a multi-sport leader, exemplified by her being captain of the girls’ soccer and girls’ tennis team. She has consistently been an Honor Roll student who got her GPA up to 3.7 and she will attend college at Ohio University to study Sports Management.

Warde’s Abigail Burns is a National Honor Society member, an AP Scholar with Honor and has made the Headmaster’s List every semester since 2016 and last year was inducted into Mu Alpha Theta (National Mathematics Honor Society). Abigail, a girls’ tennis player who made the 2016 FCIAC All-East Doubles Team. She also played forward for Warde’s girls soccer team.

Warde’s Abrianna Natoli is a National Honor Society member with a 4.2 GPA and has made the Headmaster’s List every quarter. Abrianna has been a starter for the varsity softball team since her freshman year and is currently a team captain as a junior. She is co-president of the Warde Athletes Responsible Club which promotes a safe and healthy athletic environment throughout the school community.

Warde’s Guilherme Lima, is head to UConn to play volleyball in the fall. Lima has a 4.65 GPA during this senior year and a cumulative GPA of 4.08. He’s been a volleyball star since he was an underclassman, having been selected All-FCIAC First Team as sophomore and junior, All-State as a sophomore, and he has been team captain as junior and senior.