Baton Rouge residents were among more than 125 students honored during the Summer Recognition Ceremony on Oct. 16 in Treen Auditorium at Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts in Natchitoches.

Christina Arey, a junior, was recognized for completing a course in neuroscience at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Elisabeth Davis, a senior, was recognized for completing coursework in bioinformatics and microbiology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe Precollege Summer Program.

Camryn Pourciau, a sophomore, was recognized for completing coursework in polymer science at the University of Southern Mississippi.

Sebastian Brumfield Mejia, a senior, was recognized for completing an internship for the Dialogue on Race Louisiana Organization in Baton Rouge.

Frankie Faust, a senior, was recognized for leadership and community service. Faust volunteered at La Belle Aire Elementary in Baton Rouge, helping students acquire English language skills.

Students recognized for scoring well on an AP exam include John Bernard, a senior, and Leopold Marx, a junior.

Savannah Scott, a senior, was recognized for pursing Graduation with Distinction.

Students recognized for participation in the Future Scientist Program include Davis, Marx, Scott and Stephen Watson, a junior.

Members of the National Honor Society are Arey, Watson and Shona McCullough, a junior.

Students named to the Honor Roll include Arey, Scott and Watson.