New Canaan High School Hosts Annual Assembly to Recognize Accomplishments of Students

On June 2, New Canaan High School hosted its annual Recognition Assembly where a number of seniors and juniors were recognized for their achievements thus far in high school.

Hundreds of parents, students, and faculty gathered in the school’s auditorium to recognize the individuals who have excelled in certain areas throughout high school.

Below is a list of the awards, along with the recipients.

OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

National Merit Finalist: Each year more than a million high school students participate in the National Merit Scholarship testing program. Of this group, only one-half of one percent in each state is recognized as “National Merit Finalists,” a designation that comes only as a result of a record of distinguished achievement and a high potential for continued academic accomplishment.

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN
  • LAUREN CARLSON
  • JASON CAMPE
  • DANA LURIE

National Hispanic Scholar: The National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) identifies academically outstanding Hispanic/Latino high school students. Each year, the NHRP honors nearly 5,000 of the highest-scoring students from the approximately 235,000 Hispanic/Latino juniors who take the PSAT/NMSQT

  • FAUSTINO CORTINA
  • FRANK MENDOZA

Fairfield County Association of Secondary Schools Principal’s Scholar Leader Awards

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN
  • EMMA DAHILL

Connecticut Association of Boards of Education Student Leadership Award: An ability to recognize the needs of others, a willingness to take on difficult challenges and a capacity for making difficult decisions, ability to work with and direct others, and the ability to honor commitments – these are the attributes for which this award was established.

  • TESSA PIONTKOWSKI
  • MICHAEL ST. GEORGE

The Superintendent’s Award: The Superintendent Award is given to a student(s) who sustained a commitment to academics, leadership and community engagement. This student has demonstrated a positive spirit and influence that has contributed to the greater good of the school and community.

  • JASON CAMPE
  • GRACE MANGES

The Harold S. Kenney Awards (Scholar/Athlete)

  • JACKSON APPELT
  • MOLLY KESHIN

AAUW Awards for Distinguished Academic Performance The Superintendent’s Award

  • SHEA DELEHAUNTY
  • PATRICK SONG

Principal’s Leadership Award: Students are selected as recipients of this award who have a record of exemplary academic accomplishment and leadership to the school and/or the community.

  • FAUSTINO CORTINA
  • CAMAREN DAYTON

Principal’s Achievement Award: Students are selected as the recipient of this award who have, over their years at New Canaan High school, a demonstrated record of high academic achievement

  • JACKSON BUTLER
  • JAMES CROVATTO

Principal’s Service Award: Students are selected as recipients of this award who have a record of high academic achievement and exemplary service to the school and the community.

  • TREVOR DeGHENGHI
  • JEFFERSON GRIGSBY
  • ANNE GREER
  • CAMERON RHIND

Connecticut Association of Schools Fine Arts Scholar Awards

Art

  • CONNOR MCDEVITT

Music

  • JASON CAMPE

Connecticut Association of Schools Governor’s Scholar of CT Award: The Governor’s Scholars Program recognizes academically talented high school juniors in schools throughout the state.

  • CAROLINE CALLAHAN

ART AWARDS

Fritz Eager Memorial Purchase Awards: To establish and expand a permanent collection of high school student art that will inspire young artists, the Purchase Award recognizes excellence in the visual arts by acquiring the work of graduating seniors “from the whole range of media,”

For her black & white photograph, “4th of July”

  • HANNAH GELNAW

For her mixed media drawing, “Anxiety”

  • ANNE GREER

For her digital drawing, “Beach”

  • SAMANTHA PEPE

Fritz Eager Merit Award: Given to student artists whose work embodies both quality and originality. This award acknowledges an outstanding body of work exhibited in the Annual Senior Art Show.

  • AMY CHU
  • MARIA FAGERSTAL
  • ANNA LYSENKO

Jennifer Ann Zucco Award for Achievement in Visual Art: Recognizing the art of a graduating senior, this scholarship honors the essential traits of Jennifer: a brilliant vision, a curious mind, a generous and creative spirit.

  • ELIZABETH BOCHICCHIO

Arthur Szyk Award for Commitment to the Arts: Named for a distinguished New Canaan illustrator and artist whose work sought to advance social justice, this award recognizes a talented individual whose work in art addresses the school, community, or world.

  • AMY CHU

Pennyweights Award for Achievement in Arts: The owners of Pennyweights in New Canaan have established a very generous award to be given annually to a senior who, in the judgment of the Art faculty, has displayed “learning, zeal and know-how which transcends the school and its classrooms and extends into real life.”

  • CAMAREN DAYTON
  • JOSHUA VINDAS

Caren Forbes Award for Achievement in Photography: This award is given to the student who has demonstrated excellence in the photographic medium, not only documenting the world around him/her with clarity and skill but also using the photographic process creatively to communicate personal voice.

  • ELLERY BARAN

Peter Kingsbury Award for Film: This award is in honor of Peter Kingsbury, a dedicated teacher and filmmaker at New Canaan High School who inspired a generation of students in the art of storytelling through film. The recipient of this award is a film student who has an appreciation of the Arts and has excelled in creating original content through film.

  • LUKAH AGUILERA
  • EDWARD DAHILL
  • JULIA MEANS

 

BUSINESS EDUCATION AWARDS

Lions Club Award for the outstanding business student

  • LAUREN MEYERS

New Canaan Board of Realtors Award for distinguished achievement in business

  • RYAN RUSSO

Reynolds & Rowella Strength in Numbers Scholarship: The Reynolds & Rowella Strength in Numbers Scholarship awards $500 to two New Canaan High School graduating seniors who have a strong interest and aptitude in accounting or finance. The program was established to support the firm’s belief in giving back to the communities they serve.

  • ANDREW BAUERSFELD
  • LAUREN MEYERS

 

DRAMA AWARDS

The Kiwanis Club of New Canaan in Memory of Peter B. Linden: Peter Linden was a loved and respected member of the Kiwanis Club of New Canaan who left us too early after a long battle with cancer. His passions were art and the theatre and in recognition of this, the Kiwanis Club has established the following New Canaan High School award in Peter’s memory for the benefit of these promising drama students.

Outstanding Achievement in Technical Theatre

  • JASON KURTZMAN
  • MARIA OLIVEIRA

The Court Miller Award for Achievement in Acting 

  • MELLISA BECK
  • EDWARD DAHILL

The Court Miller Award for Musical Theatre

  • ALLISON DEMERS
  • JOSEPH TURNER

DIRECTOR’S AWARD

  • PARKER AMES

 

ENGLISH AWARDS

The V. Donald Hersam, Sr. Memorial Award for Excellence in English

  • SHEA DELEHAUNTY
  • DANA LURIE

The V. Donald Hersam, Sr. Memorial Award for Excellence in Journalism

  • DREW DAVIS
  • MOLLY KESHIN
  • ELLEN LUDKE
  • EMMA NOLAN
  • SAMUEL STONER

The Mary R. Smith Award for Literary Exploration

  • MADELEINE CULPEPPER
  • KAVYA DAGLI

Department Award for Excellence in the Study of American Literature

  • KATERINE METTLER
  • EMMA ST. RAYMONG

The Spectator Award for the Literary Promise Reflected in Original Work Submitted to Spectator

  • JULIA MEANS

 

FAMILY and CONSUMER SCIENCE AWARDS

Outstanding Achievement in Child Development

  • SANDRA SIGURGEIRSDOTTIR

Shirley Frank Award for Outstanding Achievement in Family and Consumer Science

  • KIMBERLY GENUARIO

Outstanding Achievement in Culinary Arts

  • ISABEL NELLEMAN

Excellence in Family & Consumer Science Award

  • CHARLOTTE PRATT

 

MATHEMATICS AWARDS

Departmental Award in Mathematics: This award recognizes the individual who has made significant contributions to the study of mathematics at NCHS.

  • ANDREW SHIZARI

Norman Ricker Award: Norman Ricker graduated from and taught at New Canaan High School for over 37 years. For over 25 years, he served as Department Chairman. His love for teaching and learning along with his sense of humor and creative wit earned him the respect and admiration of many. The award recognizes creativity in the field of Mathematics.

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN

The A. K. Littlefield Award: Established by the NCHS Class of 1938 to honor the memory of their advisor, Mr. Keith Littlefield, who served as chairman of the Mathematics Department for more than 35 years, the award is given to the senior who is outstanding in mathematics.

  • DANA LURIE
  • PATRICK SONG

 

PERFORMING ARTS AWARDS

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AWARDS

Outstanding Contribution to the Band

  • ROBERT HOOVER
  • BRADLEY NEWTON

Excellence in the Field of Music

  • BRIAN SANDOR

Louis Armstrong Award for Excellence in Jazz

  • JACKSON BUTLER
  • SAMUEL KLEARMAN

John Philip Sousa Band Award

  • BRIAN SANDOR

ORCHESTRAL AWARDS

Outstanding Achievement in Orchestra

  • PARKER AMES

Leonard Bernstein Award for Excellence in Orchestral Artistry

  • AMY CHU

VOCAL MUSIC AWARDS

Outstanding Vocalists

  • MARIA OLIVEIRA

Choral Program Leadership Award

  • FRANCESCA GUYNN

Outstanding Achievement in the Vocal Music Program

  • LAUREN CARLSON
  • TESSA PIONTKOWSKI

Outstanding Student in Music Theory

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AWARDS

Outstanding Achievement in Music Technology

  • JOHN CUNNEY
  • CHARLES GROW

Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition

  • NICOLE HOWARD KROG

The Richard Serbagi Award for Excellence in the Performing Arts: This award and scholarship, named for the great maestro and music educator, Richard Serbagi, recognizes the individual whose contributions to the study of music and the performing arts and commitment and concentration has brought about growth as a musician and performing artist.

  • JASON CAMPE

 

SCIENCE AWARDS

Department Award for Excellence in Biology

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN
  • ALEXANDRA ALLEN

Department Award for Excellence in Chemistry

  • ANDREW SHIZARI

Department Award for Excellence in Physics

  • DANA LURIE

Bausch & Lomb Award for Outstanding Achievement in Science by a Junior

  • MAX KOSCHNITZKE

Intellectual Curiosity in the Study of Science Award

  • JAI ANSH
  • LUKE STEWART

Pennyweights Award for the Outstanding Student in Science: The owners of Pennyweights in New Canaan have established a very generous award to be given annually to a senior who, in the judgment of the Science faculty, has displayed “learning, zeal and know-how which transcends the school and its classrooms and extends into real life.”

  • BHASKAR ABHIRAMAN

 

SOCIAL STUDIES AWARDS

The Robert Gardner Award: This departmental award is given to the senior who has exhibited passion and commitment to the study of History during his/her years at NCHS.

  • MADELEINE CULPEPPER
  • EMMA DAHILL

New Canaan Historical Society Award for Outstanding Achievement in United States History

  • EMMA SMITH

Veterans of Foreign Wars for Excellence in United States History

  • KATHERINE LYDON

World Affairs Forum Future Global Leader Award: This award is given to the junior at each participating high school for outstanding leadership on global issues including academic studies, extracurricular activities and/or community service. The recipient of this award is eligible to compete for the WAF $10,000 Merit Scholarship for college which will be awarded to Fairfield County’s most outstanding Future Global Leader.

  • CATHERINE LEVINE

League of Women Voters of New Canaan Award: Awarded to the student who has excelled in the study of Government and demonstrated a commitment to motivating other students to become responsible citizens

  • AMY CHU
  • WILL SANTORA

 

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AWARDS

Outstanding Achievement in Woodworking

  • GRAHAM JAMESON

Outstanding Achievement in Engineering

  • NICHOLAS KHZOUZ
  • REBECCA SERVEN

Outstanding Achievement in Computer Science

  • PARKER AMES
  • IAN McPEAKE

Perannos Yearbook Design & Publication Award: For outstanding leadership, dedication and editorial integrity while producing a yearbook of the highest possible quality

  • LAURA ENDRES
  • SOPHIE PRICE

NCTV 78 Television Broadcasting Award: For their outstanding work and dedication to the broadcasting field

  • EDWARD DAHILL
  • ALICE GELHAUS

Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design

  • MAURA KELLEY

Departmental Award in Career & Technical Education

  • QUINN HAYS
  • TYLER HILL

 

WORLD LANGUAGES AWARDS

Excellence in Spanish

  • CAMRYN SCHLIM

Excellence in French

  • GRACE MANGES

Excellence in Chinese

  • DYLAN WIEFELDT

The Carl Howard Memorial Scholarship: Given in honor of the beloved Department Chair in World Languages in the 1970s to a senior continuing the study of a world language in college

  • KATHERINE ZABOROWSKA

The Celine Berliet Memorial Award in Classics: The recipient of this award is distinguished by exceptional academic aptitudes and achievements, with a special interest in and commitment to the Classics. Céline Berliet, New Canaan High School, Class of 1996, graduated, magna cum laude, from Columbia University with a BA in Classics, taught Classics in Arizona and Maryland and pursued graduate studies in Classics at New York University.

  • JASON CAMPE

 

SPECIAL AWARDS

The Richard P. Bond Award: Dick Bond was New Canaan’s First Selectman from 1996 – 2003. While controversial at times, there is no question that Dick had a significant impact on the town. Today it bears dozens of marks directly attributable to him and his administration. One is our own Dunning Stadium, the building of which would have been abandoned had Dick not personally stepped in and revitalized the project. A great friend of New Canaan education, Dick got started in town politics as a citizen fighting for a school budget that was under threat of deep cuts. He firmly believed that education was New Canaan’s “secret sauce”. The award we give today in his name is intended to recognize someone who, like Dick, has made a difference. It goes to the graduating student, who during his/her NCHS career has had the greatest positive impact on NCHS – the student who, more than most, has made what is already a wonderful institution even better. Additionally, the recipient will have demonstrated strength in academics and in one or more non-academic areas.

  • EDWARD DAHILL

The Henry Coleman Memorial Award: Henry S. Coleman was a former Dean of Financial Aide, Director of Admissions, and Dean of Students at Columbia University. While living in New Canaan for over 50 years, he chaired the Board of Education and was one of the founders of the New Canaan High School Scholarship Fund, serving on its Grant and Aide committee until his death in 2006. His lifelong passion was to ensure that every student had access to a good education. This fund, set up in honor of his memory, gives the award in his name to the student or students who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to helping others, but who also possess the character and skills of leadership that make them role-models among their peers.

  • ASHLEY TEDFORD

Bradley Fetchet 9/11 Memorial Award: Established by the Fetchet family and supported by their friends and community to honor the memory of their son, Brad, an NCHS graduate among those lost at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, the award – presented annually – to both a male and female member of the graduating class who embody the spirit of Brad: his enthusiasm, compassion, love of life, commitment to family and community, and especially those in need.

  • JACKSON APPELT
  • MOLLY ROCHLIN

Team Jim Scholarship: Established in memory of Jim McKennan, the selected students are seniors who have played Varsity Soccer and embody Jim’s passion for the sport of soccer as well as his qualities of caring, kindness, humor, teamwork, sportsmanship and confidence to follow their own path in life.

  • MADISON STARR
  • SAMUEL STONER

The Walter DeTour Memorial Scholarship: The Walt DeTour Memorial Award is given to members of the girls varsity lacrosse and boys varsity lacrosse teams each year that have exemplified what Walt was all about – Teamwork, Unity, Group Excellence, and Sportsmanship. Serving many years as a leader, coach, and passionate board member within the youth lacrosse program in town, Walt DeTour could be seen perched at the top row of Dunning Stadium yelling his heart out, willing a team toward victory and making sure the referee knew a bad call when he saw one. Even beyond his children’s playing days he could be seen doing the same thing. To Walt, it was bigger than his children’s success – it was about a love for the game, a love for the town and a love for all kids. He taught that achievement in sport is group excellence and that every player’s first obligation is to her/his team. Walt taught us that on the lacrosse field, the sum of the whole is far greater than the sum of the individual parts. Equal to the beauty in winning there can be a beauty in losing. He showed each of us that genuine pleasure in sport comes through heartfelt participation and dedication to her/his team and teammates, rather than the pursuit of individual reward. The recipients here today embody these values fully. The reinforcement of these principles is critical to the program’s success and provides a constant reminder of what is truly important.

  • CAITLIN HEVESY
  • JACK HOELZER

The Kelly Devine Award: Given by the faculty of NCHS in memory of our friend, Kelly Devine, English teacher and Reading Specialist who was respected and admired by her colleagues and adored by her students. Kelly was always there for all students and has had a most profound impact and influence on the growth and success of many. She is also singularly responsible for several in this class making it to graduation. To honor Kelly, her work, her infectious spirit and her passion for literature and reading, we would like to recognize

  • BENNETT DIAL

New Canaan Community Foundation Community Impact Award: A student with a history of volunteerism on behalf of non-profit organizations whose volunteer service to the community has made a significant difference in the lives of others; a student who believes that community service can be a means to improve our community for all residents. NCCF will present the recipient with a plaque and the student will recommend a non-profit organization to receive a grant in his/her name.

  • KATHERINE KURZ

Leo E. Karl Sr. Community Service Award: In 1927, Leo E Karl Sr. opened a Chevrolet auto dealership on Railroad Avenue (now Elm Street) here in New Canaan. One of the company’s hallmarks is Community Service. This memorial award is presented to the student who has demonstrated a commitment to make his/her community a better place to live and work.

  • JENNIFER CECI

Jack Jacobs Congressional Medal of Honor Award for Citizenship: The selected student has demonstrated selfless leadership and service to others during his/her four years of high school in an area where his/her contribution made a significant difference to others, the town or the United States.

  • JOSEPH PEISER

Young Philanthropist Award: This award is presented to a graduating senior who has participated for multiple years in the New Canaan Community Foundation young philanthropist program and has demonstrated commitment and leadership in this student group. The winner shows true dedication to learning about philanthropy and shows compassion for others in our community.

  • CAMRYN SCHLIM

The Edwin Bennett Dixon Memorial Award given by the Gridiron Club of New Canaan: Ed Dixon was a 1971 graduate of NCHS who returned home after college as the Audio Visual and Technical Theatre Director. He loved teaching and sharing his talents with his students for over 12 years before losing his battle with cancer. This award, given in his name, recognizes a student’s achievement in communication, technical and audio-visual crafts.

  • SPENCER REEVES

Western Connecticut Military Officers Association Young American Leadership Award: Awarded to a member of the senior class who is strongly supportive of the United States and has a demonstrated love of country, the Young American Leadership Award recognizes outstanding leadership potential and a keen interest in spreading the concepts of democracy through service to the community and others.

  • CHARLES SOKOLOWSKI

The Pheidippides Award: Pheidippides was an Athenian courier sent to Sparta to request help when the Persians landed at Marathon. He ran 150 miles in two days and, when the battle was over, ran 22 miles back to Athens shouting along the way: “Rejoice! We conquer!” In selecting the recipient of this award, we look for a graduating student who always brings a distinctive effort to everything he/she does and perseverance to his/her high school career.

  • RACHEL ANNULLI
  • MACKENZIE O’MALLEY

Melanie Weeks Sammarco Memorial Award: This is in loving memory of Melanie Weeks Sammarco, a woman who followed her dreams by continuing her own education beyond all expectations. The recipient personifies Melanie’s values: “love, heal, realize, inspire and evolve” and it hoped that he/she follow his/her dreams.

  • AUSTIN HILL

Jack Dempsey Award: This award was established by the Ceresa family and has been supported by The Marine Corps Foundation, as well as friends and classmates, in honor of Kevin “Jack” Dempsey. Jack transferred to New Canaan High School in the fall of 1997 as a member of the Class of 1999. After overcoming many stumbling blocks, Jack graduated with the Class of 2000 and attended the University of Connecticut. The tragic events of September 11, 2001, fueled his life-long determination to join the U.S. Marine Corps. Jack was killed in action during the battle for Fallujah (Iraq) on November 13, 2004. His actions on that day saved the lives of several Marines on this mission. The award is presented annually to the student who most exemplifies the qualities of heroism, loyalty and sacrifice in the face of adversity.

  • JACKSON AQUINO

The Kay Timmis Award: “She was everyone’s grandmother” – Kay Timmis or “Miss Timmis” as she was called, was a beloved substitute teacher at both the high school and Saxe Middle School. She began working as a substitute teacher in the district in the late 1970’s. She touched hundreds of young lives with her rare, unflagging kindness, smile, and generosity of spirit. The Miss Timmis Award is given each year to a graduating senior of New Canaan High School who embodies Miss Timmis’ legacy of kindness, warmth, generosity of spirit, loving acceptance of others and unwavering support for fellow students.”

  • KAYLIN BEAN

The Suzanne Farrell Memorial Award: Given by members of the Class of 1980 in recognition of the characteristics that define their late friend and classmate – leadership, character and service.

  • CHARLOTTE PRATT

The Daughters of the American Revolution Award: For Outstanding Citizenship and Patriotism, as nominated by the school and selected by the Local Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

  • CAILEIGH MURRAY

Richard Frisbee Memorial Award: From a Gift of the Class of 1992, awarded to a student who has set out goals for him- or herself and shown outstanding initiative in pursuing those goals without losing sight of humanity and sincere compassion for others.

  • CAROLINE McCAULEY

The NCHS Buddies Award: These students are recognized for their commitment to fostering friendships between typical high school and special needs students with intellectual disabilities.

  • THOMAS GILIO
  • FRANCESCA GUYNN

Outstanding Leadership by a Junior Member of the Student Coalition

  • EMMA SMITH

NCHS Parents and Faculty Association Award for Outstanding Service and Loyalty

  • SHANNON BUCCI
  • MATTHEW DePALO
  • LYNDSEY DUANE
  • SAMUEL KLEARMAN
  • HUGO POTTER
  • MADELEINE SMITH

Student Advocates Award: Honoring a single upperclassman that has demonstrated a commitment to the mission of the Student Advocates by demonstrating self respect, respect for others, respect for differences, and an active commitment to ethical, responsible behavior, this award represents an understanding of the components of community and citizenship as evidenced by the recipient’s interactions with and on behalf of others. As both peer and mentor, this student is dedicated to the NCHS culture as one who nurtures growth, personal integrity and mutual respect.

  • GRACE MANGES

The CIAC Achievement Award: This award is presented to New Canaan High School athletes who have achieved at a very high level in their chosen sport. The recipients of this award have devoted countless hours of training striving to elevate their game to the highest levels attainable. More importantly, these are individuals who are exemplary in sportsmanship, ethics and integrity.

  • ELLERY BARAN
  • ANDREW BAUERSFELD
  • WILLIAM CONLEY
  • RACHEL KESHIN
  • ANDREW MORRIS

The Waveny LifeCare Network Volunteer Award: The Waveny LifeCare Network Volunteer Award goes to a senior who has shown commitment, compassion and loyalty to older adults throughout our continuum of healthcare services, programs and residences. Through service and spirit, this student has shown intent to improve the quality of life of those Waveny serves while providing an invaluable connection to the outside community.

  • REBECCA SERVEN

The Silver Hill Hospital Health Care Scholarship: This award is provided annually by the hospital in support of a New Canaan High School student who is pursuing their education in the health care field.

  • HANNAH SOCCI

The Exchange Club of New Canaan Foundation Annual Scholarship Award: The Exchange Club of New Canaan Foundation Scholarship is a $10,000 four year grant made to graduating seniors. It is designed to promote and reward students with financial need and who demonstrate attributes and behaviors consistent with the goals and activities of Exchange Clubs throughout the USA specifically, character; persistence; community service; and serve as an inspiration to others.

  • HAZEL MONTANO

The School Service Award: This award is given to the graduating senior or seniors who have, throughout their high school careers, provided service and leadership to the school and school community.

  • KIMBERLY DYRVIK
  • JULIA MEANS

 

JUNIOR BOOK AWARDS

The Yale Club of Lower Fairfield County For Outstanding Personal Character and Intellectual Promise

EVA PACE

College of William and Mary Leadership Award: For leadership in the school and classroom and for personal leadership qualities

  • ELIZA FARLEY

Wellesley College: Presented by the Southern Connecticut Wellesley Club to a female student whose academic record and character are exceptional and who has also made a significant contribution to her school and/or community

  • LEIGH CHARLTON

University of Virginia Jefferson Book Award: For the outstanding, well-rounded junior who possesses the Jeffersonian ideals of scholarship, leadership and citizenship

  • CAMERON BLAIR

Vassar College: For excellence in the Humanities

  • SOPHIE WOOD

Trinity College: For Scholarship, Dedication and Service to the School

  • THOMAS RICHARDSON

Smith College: For Academic Excellence, Leadership, and Concern for Others

  • JULIA OZIMEK

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: For outstanding achievement in Mathematics and Science

  • CAROLINE CALLAHAN

University of Pennsylvania Association of Alumnae: To a junior who best exemplifies the qualities and characteristics of Benjamin Franklin – a scholar, innovator, and one who serves the community

  • LUKE STEWART

Mount Holyoke Club of Fairfield Villages: For an outstanding academic record and qualities of leadership and service in the school and/or community

  • KAITLIN KEARNS

University of Michigan For Excellence in English

  • LAUREN CAPONE

College of the Holy Cross: For Exceptional Academic Achievement and Sincere Concern for others

  • SOPHIE GRAHAM

Harvard Club of Fairfield County: For an outstanding junior

  • ALEXANDRA ALLEN

Gettysburg College: For excellence in the study of United States history

  • ABIGAIL GRAHAM

Dartmouth Club of Fairfield County: To a junior who has excelled both academically and in his/her extracurricular activities, making a positive contribution to the school community

  • GRACE BRADY

Cornell Club of Fairfield County: For Academic Excellence, Innovative Thinking, and Leadership

  • NOAH LEVINE

Columbia University Club of Fairfield County: For outstanding academic achievement

  • GRANT WANG

Brown University: For an Outstanding Junior in English

  • ALEXANDER URBAHN

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