Two Hundred Service Award

St. Maria Goretti High School has a special award to acknowledge the seniors who go above and beyond the “call of duty.” The Two Hundred Service Award is given to seniors who attain more than 200 approved and documented service hours. This award recognizes their outstanding service to the St. Maria Goretti High School community and the community at large. As part of this honor, students who receive this award are: acknowledged during their senior year at student assemblies and receive a service honor cord to wear at commencement ceremonies.

These are the current members of the 200 club:


12th Grade

Amanda Curtin – 437 hours
Katerina D’Addato- 257 hours
Amber DeSantis – 210 hours
Richard Gorman – 217 hours
Jenna Katrina – 254 hours
Meghan Lynch – 725 hours
Noreen Malik – 211 hours
Lyric McNeil – 248 hours
Claire Vietri – 236 hours


11th Grade

Maitlin Curtin – 531 hours
Kaitlyn Hevey – 218 hours
Annemarie Hilmoe – 390 hours
Ann Pardo – 245 hours
Justin Semler – 231 hours
Cailyn Willoughby – 227 hours


10th Grade

Dalton Sponaugle – 208 hours