FTHS Students Earn Several Awards from National Latin Exam
The National Latin Exam is administered to students who are studying Latin across the country each year. This comprehensive exam tasks students to apply their knowledge across a broad range of classical topics including vocabulary, grammar, syntax, culture, mythology and history. This year Freehold Township High School students earned 4 gold medals, 9 silver medals, 13 Magna Cum Laude Awards, and 10 Cum Laude awards. Freehold Township has the second largest public school Latin program in the nation.
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