Harrison Davis '10 was inducted into the MBA chapter of the Cum Laude Society, and Clay Andreen '11, Clay Cavallo '11, Ian Scholer '11, and Curtis Turner '11 were inducted into the Junior Honor Society by attaining a three consecutive semester average of 90.0 or above and maintaining an 85 average each semester thereafter.
Founded in 1906, the Cum Laude Society honors individuals with superior academic achievements. Dr. Abram W. Harris of the Tome School in Port Deposit, Maryland, founded the first chapter of the Cum Laude Society in 1906. The Cum Laude Society evaluates secondary schools for membership by examining the school's academic qualifications, the credentials of the school's faculty, and the college choices of the school's graduates. MBA's chapter was founded in 1981.