List of 12 items.

  • Dr. Foersch

    President's Honor Roll

    The President’s Honor Roll is presented each semester to students who have achieved a 4.0 GPA or higher. It is my privilege to honor these hardworking Celts that are making the most of their academic talents. Click below to view the President's Honor Roll recipients.
     
    “What you are is God's gift to you, what you become is your gift to God.” -Hans Urs von Balthasar, Swiss Theologian

  • Dr. Joyce

    Principal's Honor Roll

    The Principal's Honor Roll is presented each semester to students who have achieved a 3.5 GPA or higher. Congratulations on your achievement. Your hard work and persistence is paying off. Continue to set high standards for yourself and continue to model excellence as a student of Crespi. Click below to view the Principal's Honor Roll Recipients for:

  • Mr. Alan Swaney

    Academic Honor Roll

    The Honor Roll is presented each semester to students who have achieved a 3.0 GPA or higher. At the beginning of the school year, I challenged all students to take an entrepreneurial approach to their education: earning a spot on the Honor Roll is one of the many dividends of being the CEO of your learning enterprise! Click below to view the Academic Honor Roll Recipients for:

  • Academic Achievement Award

    Awarded at Academic Achievement Awards Night in the spring, the Academic Achievement Award acknowledges students who have maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher for the previous two semesters.
  • California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

    The California Scholarship Federation is a statewide organization formed in 1921 by Mr. Charles Seymour as a means of honoring outstanding high school students.  Students sign up after every semester to report their academic record for eligibility requirements.  Members must accumulate 10 points from the approved CSF List without any D or F grades during the semester. 
  • Environmental Studies in Outdoor Leadership (ESOL)

    Crespi initiated an environmental honor program in 2009 devoted to environmental studies and practical experience in outdoor leadership. The sequence focuses on scientific, philosophical, political, literary & theological relationships in environmental studies and became known as the Environmental Studies & Outdoor Leadership Program. ESOL has become a popular multi-disciplinary program and an important one for students interested in ecology, the sciences and general environmental awareness. For more information, contact Mr. Brian Bilek at: bbilek@crespi.org.
  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    Established in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1921, the National Honor Society aims to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.  
  • Outstanding Scholar Award

    During the spring Academic Achievement Awards Night, students who maintain a GPA of 4.0 or higher for each semester at Crespi are presented a plaque for earning the Outstanding Scholar Award.
  • Science National Honor Society

    Science National Honor Society was established in the year 2000 to recognize the academic achievements of Juniors and Seniors who have excelled in the sciences.  Members must maintain a 3.0 grade point average, maintain a B+ average across all science courses, and complete 10 hours of service per year.
  • NJCL Latin Honor Society

    Crespi’s NJCL Latin Honor Society is a special designation given to Junior Classical League students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and citizenship in Latin class. Latin Honor Society induction it shows prospective colleges and employers that a student values high academic achievement and has maintained proper citizenship. Colleges especially value language honor society induction because they are eager to accept students who challenge themselves in meaningful courses and who succeed. Students will participate in some benefits including but not limited to, participating in cultural field trips, access to NJCL cultural events, as well as eligibility for NJCL scholarships and awards. Upon graduation, student members will be considered former members of the Latin Honor Society and will receive a seal on their diplomas and an honor ribbon.
    • Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
    The National Latin Honor Society recognizes outstanding scholarship in the study of Latin Language and Culture. The students recognized have demonstrated excellence in the study of Latin language and culture, commitment towards promoting the learning of the language through service, and have participated in numerous extracurricular activities related to the Latin language and culture throughout the year.
  • Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica

    The “Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica”, Crespi’s Spanish Honor Society, allows students to be recognized for their considerable efforts in contributing to the Spanish-speaking community of Crespi, taking challenging classes in the target language and participating in projects related to the Hispanic culture. Some benefits include, but are not limited to, a featured writer role in Crespi’s HOWL magazine, the traditional Day of the Dead celebration, access to SHH cultural events and excursions, as well as eligibility for SHH scholarships and awards. Upon graduation, student members will be considered former members of the Spanish Honor Society and will receive a seal on their diplomas and an honor ribbon. Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
    • Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
    The National Spanish Honor Society, “Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica” recognizes outstanding scholarship in the study of the Spanish Language and Culture. The students recognized have demonstrated excellence in the study of Latin language and culture, commitment towards promoting the learning of the Spanish language through service, and have participated in numerous extracurricular activities related to the Latin language and culture throughout the year.
  • The Société Honoraire de Français

    The Société Honoraire de Français, Crespi’s French Honor Society, allows students to be recognized for their considerable efforts by contributing to the French-speaking community of Crespi, leading new French-related projects, and participating in cultural events. Some benefits include but are not limited to a prominent role in Crespi’s French online magazine, access to SHF-only competitions and events, as well as eligibility for SHF scholarships and awards. Once graduated, the student members will then be considered as former members of the French Honorary Society and will receive a seal on their diploma and their ribbons of honor.
    • Here is the description of what the students have accomplished when joining (as read at graduation):
    The National French Honor Society recognizes outstanding scholarship in the study of Spanish. The students recognized have demonstrated excellence in the study of French, commitment towards promoting the learning of the language through service, and have participated in numerous extracurricular activities related to the French language and the Francophone world.