Centennial’s National German Exam Results

Words: Maddie Wirebach

On February 1, over 20,000 students nationwide took the National German Exam, including Centennial’s second, third, and fourth level German students.

Written entirely in German, the electronic exam tests students’ comprehension of the German language through an audio/video section as well as a reading section. Both sections feature multiple choice questions regarding the selected text, audio, or video sample.

In Maryland, students won a total of 143 medals. In true eagle fashion, many Centennial students demonstrated outstanding work, winning a collective 35 medals. Congratulations to these students and to everyone who participated!

Gold Medalists: Naige Correal-Winters, Anjali Gajendiran, Madeline Harris, Adam Hawtof, Lucas Jones, Thomas Luo, Jessica McCarthy, Emily Przybyla, Carolyn Reynolds, Lucrezia Righi, Malika Shah, Maximilian Shen, Madison Wirebach, and Matthew Zhang.

Silver Medalists: Elif Akbas, Joshua Tylor Braun, James Daly, Lauren Herr, Saraf Islam, Jason Kraisser, Nadine Meister, Erebus Oh, Ethan Steuernagle, Jerry Sun, Brian Tran, and Binderiya Undrakhbold.

Bronze Medalists: Chris Agnew, Dominic Cangialosi, Diana Dinh, Alexandra Fang, Noah Hanssen, Abigail Hill, Hannah Murphy, Simone Sabnis, and Meg Thompson.

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