Berkshire Country Day School 2018 Awards and End of Year Ceremony
LENOX/STOCKBRIDGE, MA (06/14/2018) (readMedia)-- Berkshire Country Day School, an independent school for students in preschool through ninth grade, celebrated its seventh and eighth graders at an Awards and End of Year Closing Ceremony held Wednesday, June 13, 2018.
Certificates for completing the course of study through eighth grade were presented to Aurora Benson, Symaira Elliott, Donald Miller, and Will St. John, Pittsfield; Abbey Boyd, West Stockbridge; Anje Capala, Spencertown, NY; Halle Davies, Lenox; Esme Lazar and Ryan Sonsini, Great Barrington; Jamie McDonnell, Old Chatham, NY; Clara Mollerus, Otis; Keely O'Gorman, Lee; Alex Rodriguez-Benjamin, and Sean Sylbert, Monterey, and Henry Van Schaick and Chase Vermeulen, South Egremont.
In addition, eighth graders were recognized for academic accomplishments.
Abbey Boyd, Gail Heady Citizenship Award
Anje Capala, Anna Zaffanella French Prize
Halle Davies, Marilyn Orner Cromwell Art Prize
Symaira Elliott, a Steffi Fletcher Creative Writing Prize
Esme Lazar, Eighth Grade Science Prize
Clara Mollerus, Excellence in History Prize, Ned Douglas Mathematics Prize, and Eighth Grade Spanish prize
Keely O'Gorman, Viv Murray Caputo Vocal Music Prize and a Steffi Fletcher Creative Writing Prize
Chase Vermeulen, Marcia V. Jones Latin Prize
Seventh graders were also recognized for academic accomplishments.
Sam Creelan, East Chatham, NY, a Eugénie D. Fawcett Classics Prize
Gus Geremia, Great Barrington, a Seventh Grade English Prize
Miles Goldfarb, Hudson, NY, Virginia I. Peterson Citizenship Award
Rafi Karpowitz, Hudson, NY, United States History Prize, a Eugénie D. Fawcett Classics Prize, and Seventh Grade Growth in French Prize
Eli Mamousette, Craryville, NY, Theater Ensemble Prize and a Nancy Cowhig Growth in Mathematics Prize
Esme Mamousette, Craryville, NY, a Nancy Cowhig Growth in Mathematics Prize
Lilah O'Neil, Stockbridge, MA, Seventh Grade Growth in Spanish Prize
Petra Orloff, Ghent, NY, Seventh Grade Science Prize
Samantha Seeley, Richmond, a Seventh Grade English Prize
About Berkshire Country Day School: Intentional. Independent. Inspired.
Berkshire Country Day School, an independent school for students in preschool through ninth grade, exists to inspire the individual promise of every student so that each may become an exemplary citizen of the world. More information about BCD can be found at berkshirecountryday.org