Awards Assembly and Yearbook Dedication

On the last day of classes, May 24, 2024, the morning began with a special assembly to honor students for their academic achievements in an awards assembly. The 2024 yearbook was also revealed, with a special dedication to Scott Wich, Lynn Connelly, Ben Taylor, and Angeles de Castro. 

The program of the assembly follows:

Awards given by English Department Chair Joe Addison:
Major James Dudley Dewell Letter Writing Prize – Isha Seth
Baldwin Prize Essay, Middle School – Rain Zeng
Baldwin Prize Essay, Senior School – Sarah Galvani-Townsend
Brown University Book Award – Alexander Skula
Elsie Church Award for English and Dramatics – Zachary Haywood
Elizabeth Lewis Day Prize for Excellence in Imaginative Writing – Lin “Emma” Yan

Awards given by Director of Athletics Rocco DeMaio:
Junior School Walter Camp Award – Julien Turner
Junior School DPH Sportsmanship Award – Luannie Wang
Dorrance Award – Matthew Woolbert
Hopkins Award – Amelia Clark
William DeGennaro Outstanding Male Athlete – Ben Simon
Outstanding Female Athlete Award – Kiersten Brennan

Awards given by Faculty Representatives:
(Angelina Massoia) Ellen Patterson Brown ’62 Book Prize – Logan Matthews
(Angelina Massoia) Smith Book Award – Eleanor Lee
(Angelina Massoia) The University of Chicago Book Award  – Benji Porosoff
(Megan Williams) St. Lawrence University Book Award – Christina Cao
(Leah Fry) William and Mary Leadership Award – Julia DiMiceli
(Scott Wich) The Gerald F. Stevens Memorial Scholarship – Alan “Toby” Scheps

Head of School:
National Merit Scholarship Recognition 
Presidential Scholars Recognition
Service Academy Recognition


Matt Glendinning announces departing faculty and staff:
Meghan O'Neill - Math
Nathaniel Peters - Science
Tilden Daniels - Modern Language
Emilie Harris - Science and Head Advisor
Angeles de Castro - Modern Language 
Ben Taylor - Science and Director of Information Systems
After all the awards and dedications were presented, Bobby Smith introduced Gabriel Fulton on violin for the final musical performance of the year. 

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