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Head of School Chris Garten congratulated the soon-to-be graduates and thanked Schiff, who completed her term after three years, for her dedication to the school community.
Seven Hills City Councilman and Seven Hills alumnus P. Sittenfeld ’03 delivered a concise speech tailored to the request of the Class of 2017.
Commencement continued with a special address from parent Amanda Cawdrey followed by Alumni Council President Scott Carroll ’85, who presented the Alumni Association Service Award to Devi Namboodiri for, among many things, her community service project, in which she teaches music to students in underserved areas where fine arts programs have dwindled.
In a powerful tribute, Head of School Matt Bolton wrapped up the ceremony as he bade farewell to the class, which was mentioned by several speakers this evening to be known as the “class of community and empathy.” During Bolton’s address, at his side was rising senior Abby Smith, whose Personal Challenge project involved learning American Sign Language. Click here for more photos of the commencement ceremony.
After the visit to the Giving Fields, they read notes written by their Lower School selves and in ninth grade, then wrote notes of advice for 2021.
The next day, students heard from a panel of alumni from the class of 2014 and decorated their graduation caps.
An ongoing partnership between Seven Hills and the Sanskriti School in New Delhi, India continued this year when teacher Roopali Arora visited the Upper School.
Board of Trustee President Beth Schiff told the graduates that the school community has learned from them, and continues to admire their commitment and dedication in and out of the classroom.
This is awarded to the sophomore who exhibits a scholarly temperament and who has contributed the benefits of learning in a given discipline to the School and/or the wider community.
This student exhibits a love of learning and intellectual curiosity, and shares enthusiasm for the discipline with others. This is awarded to the student who takes an active role in school and/or community affairs, and who exhibits mature political and global consciousness and a sense of civic responsibility.
Arora’s visit is part of an exchange program between Seven Hills and the Sanskriti School.
Swinford, as well as Donovan and Kalubi, have all traveled to New Delhi as part of the exchange.
Louann Kovach was presented the Miriam Titcomb Award, the highest honor awarded to a junior, for exhibiting excellence in “initiative in some area, originality in some area, love of fellow man, and courage of convictions.” Mary Grace Ramsay received the Neil Smith Scholarship, which is presented to a student in grade 9, 10, or 11 who best exemplifies the qualities for which Neil Smith is known.