CHARLESTOWN — Community and educational leaders recognized students after they were presented with their Charlestown Excellence in Education Foundation banners at Charlestown High School on Monday morning. More than 90 percent of the school's seniors have been recognized with banners, which will be displayed along Market Street and are designed to recognize academics on the same level as athletics. Only students who have been accepted to a college, vocational school or the military qualify for the program. See related photos.
Charlestown students honored for academics
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