Congratulations to Olivia Ibeh '20 on receiving the Van Hollen Public Service Award. She was presented the award for being a student who has demonstrated outstanding commitment to community service. The Van Hollen Public Service Award recognizes Senator Chris Van Hollen's strong belief in the importance of community involvement and service to others. Leadership in service requires students to look beyond themselves by engaging in their community, forging new relationships and collaborating with others to stand up and affect change.
Congratulations to Symone Welch. She was awarded the oldest and most prestigious scholarship in the nation, the Morehead-Cain. She will be joining the Morehead-Cain Scholars Class of 2024 at UNC Chapel Hill. What an incredible achievement and honor.
Congratulations to Natalia Boumatar '20 on being named a 2020 McCormick Unsung Hero honoree. McCormick's Unsung Heroes program was founded by the late Charles Perry McCormick Sr. in 1940. The mission of the program is to recognize athletes for unselfish team play and highlight the efforts of those who contribute to the success of their teams without acclaim.
St. Timothy’s talented dancers performed works by famous choreographers in 'Quintessentials.' It’s the dance companies’ annual homage to famous dance works and a chance for the community to see their amazing skill. (📷:@aplantaphotography)
The dreaded high school tradition of standardize testing got the musical treatment in this hilarious and touching story of eight compulsive teenagers in Standardized Testing: The Musical!!!! by Sam Willmott and directed by Ben Shaver.
St. Timothy’s oldest and most spirited tradition celebrated its 125th year on Friday, November 22-Saturday, November 23! Students, families and alumnae all gathered on campus to cheer, chant, and sing. In addition to the traditional Brownie-Spider schedule, St. Timothy's hosted a few special alumnae events, culminating in the Alumnae Brownie-Spider game just before the official Brownie-Spider game.