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Class of 2022 on Chapel Steps

The 40 members of the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Class of 2022 were accepted to 84 colleges and universities and will enroll in 28 different schools, from Vanderbilt University and Motlow State University to the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, and Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Multiple members of the class plan to attend Agnes Scott College, Tennessee Tech, and Appalachian State. Eight students will take a gap year before matriculating and one plans to enroll in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Cyril Adipo (Nairobi, Kenya) is a senior Honors student and leading scorer on the varsity soccer team. He also participated in strength and conditioning and mind*body*exercise. Cyril will attend Florida International University in the fall.

Co-winner of this year's Head of School Award and Best Female Athlete recipient, Charlie Barron (Chattanooga, TN), a four-year boarding student, is a High Honors student, a member of the Honor Council, and a Proctor. She is also a member of the school’s award-winning Ethics Bowl team and a founder of the school’s Interact Club. In addition to her regular coursework, Charlie completed American Sign Language (ASL) as an independent study and took courses in psychology and economics at the University of the South. She was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology and received the Advanced Biology award. She is a four-year, three-sport athlete, a senior captain of the Track, Wrestling, and Cross Country teams and she has received the Coaches’ Award in all three sports and the Cross Country MVP award. She is a member of the school’s Student Athlete Leadership Team. Her relay team holds school records in the 4x400 and 4x800. Her 4x800 team placed 7th at last year’s state meet and, thanks to outstanding performance at this year’s regional track meet, she is headed to the state track meet in the 4x800m and 4x400m relays and the 800m run. Charlie placed 6th at the TSSAA Wrestling State Meet. In 2020, she received a NWCA/USMC High School Scholar All-American Award. Charlie participated in the school’s Jamaica Service Trip, worked as a counselor for the Waterfalls and Swimming Holes summer camp, attended the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities, and completed an internship with the National Center for Gun Violence Reporting. She is this year's recipient of the Rosie Paschal Visual Art Award. Charlie will be attending Wellesley College in Massachusetts where she has been awarded the Lupton Scholarship for students from the Chattanooga area and intends to continue to compete in cross country and track and field.

William Barron (Manchester, TN) regularly achieved academic Honors. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. He was a three-year member of the soccer team and received the Most Improved award his junior year, and participated in the school’s Strength & Conditioning program. William will be attending Willamette University in Oregon.

Alex Brewster (Sewanee, TN) is a seven-year day student. Alex is a High Honors student, a Proctor, and a member of the Conduct Council. For several years, he served as a SAS Ambassador helping to introduce prospective students to the community. A distance runner, Alex is a four-year member of the Cross Country team, a three-year MVP, and was this year’s team captain. He was a three-year member of the Track team and received its MVP award, too. His 4x800m relay team is headed to the State meet on May 25. Last summer, Alex attended Tearing Down the Walls, a race and leadership conference in Nashville, Tenn. He has served as a peer tutor for the last three years. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Next year, Alex will be attending Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. where he received the Dean’s Scholarship which provides up to $32,000 per year for students with an outstanding academic record and demonstrated leadership potential. “One of my favorite memories from SAS would have to be all of my cross country and track meets. I love the team bonding that occurs during this time, and it makes me so appreciative and happy to be a part of such great teams!”

This year's co-recipient of the Head of School's Award, Riley Burnette (Monteagle, TN) is a seven-year day student, a High Honors student, a Proctor, and president of the Cum Laude Society, Honor Council, and SAS Ambassadors. A four-year participant in soccer, two-year track athlete, and three-year wrestler, Riley is a member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team. She was senior co-captain of the soccer and wrestling teams and received this year’s MVP award in soccer. Riley placed 8th in the TSSAA State Girls Triple Jump in her junior year. As a sophomore, she received the Coaches’ Award in Soccer and the Most Improved Player Award in Wrestling and received a NWCA/USMC High School Scholar All-American Award. She was named to this year’s All-Midstate Girl's Wrestling second team by The Tennessean. Riley participated in the Naval Academy and Military Academy Summer Seminars and Volunteer Girls State. Through a special arrangement between SAS and the University of the South, Riley has taken nine college courses in Biology, Chemistry, Latin, Psychology, Economics, Math, and Art History. She was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. She will take these college credits with her to Colorado College following a gap year.

Emma Calloway-Burt (Monteagle, TN) is a musician and songwriter. Emma was involved with WMTN-LP FM, the school’s radio station, theatre, and Vocal Ensemble. This fall, Emma’s classmate Maddie Jones performed one of Emma’s original songs for an all-school assembly. In her sophomore year, Emma was in the school’s production of The Sound of Music, one of her fondest memories of her time at SAS: “The Sound of Music musical was an absolutely incredible experience. I met people I am still really good friends with, I got to express my creativity, and overall it was one of the best decisions I have made.” 

Sophia Carlos (Sewanee, TN) is a seven-year day student and a High Honors student. She was a member of the varsity girls’ soccer team and climbing club. Sophia was voted by her classmates to be the most likely to return to teach at SAS.

Sanaya Cody (Atlanta, GA) was an Honors student and was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Sanaya was part of the leadership team for the school’s Black Student Union and Interact and served as a SAS Ambassador. She was a member of the varsity volleyball and basketball teams and received this year’s basketball Coaches’ Award. Sanaya will attend Hampton University in the fall.

This year's Day Student Award recipient, Mac Croom (Sewanee, TN) is a seven-year day student. A High Honors student, Mac was a Proctor and a member of the Honor Council and Ethics Bowl team. Over the years, he has received class awards in American Studies, Latin, history, and math and was this year's recipient of the William S. Wade Religious Studies Award. Mac was a member of the varsity soccer team and was recently recognized as the team’s MVP. He also participated in strength and conditioning.  Mac will be attending Swarthmore College in the fall where he intends to continue his soccer career.

Colin DeLorme (Sewanee, TN) is a seven-year day student. Colin is a member of the Boy Scouts and, over the years, has participated in football, strength & conditioning, and track. He will be taking a gap year before enrolling at Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado.

Rhys Fricker (Sewanee, TN) is a seven-year day student and achieved High Honors and Honors this year. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Rhys was a member of the varsity cross country team and participated in strength and conditioning. He is a past recipient of the Coaches’ Award in mountain biking. Rhys will be attending the University of Puget Sound in the fall. 

Emma Greer (Ponte Vedra Beach, FL) is a two-year boarding student who quickly made a name for herself as a campus leader. A High Honors student, Emma is a Proctor and SAS Ambassador and a member of the Conduct Council and Student Athlete Leadership Team. She was a member of the school’s Interact Club and yearbook staff. Over the years, Emma has participated in basketball, golf, soccer, tennis, and wrestling. She was the tennis team captain and Most Valuable Player and received Most Improved Player recognition in soccer. Emma qualified for this year’s East Region Individual Tennis Tournament in singles. Emma designed and completed two independent study courses in Ceramic Analysis at Indian Shelter (a campus archaeological site) and Prehistoric Pottery Making. She was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Next year, she will attend Appalachian State University.

Sandrine Ishimwe (Kigali City, Rwanda)  was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Sandrine was a member of the varsity girls’ basketball team and the yearbook staff. Sandrine will be attending the University of Ottawa in the fall. 

Maddie Jones (Gulf Breeze, FL) is a four-year boarding student and Honors student. A singer, Maddie has frequently shared her considerable talents through the school’s Creative Expression Assemblies. She participated in the school’s songwriting and recording program and was a member of the cast of Fiddler on the Roof. Maddie was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Maddie will be attending Eckerd College in the fall.

Class Salutatorian Erin Mattingly (Sewanee, TN), a High Honors student, is president of the Conduct Council, a member of the school’s award-winning Ethics Bowl Team, a senior inductee to the Cum Laude Society, and this year's recipient of the Danny Griffiths Award for Excellence in English and the Sarah McPherson Carlos Calculus Award. She graduates from high school having completed college courses in religion, music, and economics thanks to a special arrangement between SAS and the University of the South. A talented musician, Erin is a frequent performer at the school’s Creative Expression Assemblies, helps to provide music for the school’s worship services, and played Sister Sophia in the school’s production of The Sound of Music. She received this year's Choral Award. Erin participates in the school’s Black Student Union and is co-president of Operation Smile. Erin is a four-year varsity soccer player and participated in track and wrestling during her time at SAS. Erin will attend Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.

Chloe Middlebrooks (Nashville, TN) is president of the SAS Black Student Union and a member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team. She is this year's recipient of the Mountain Mirror Literary Magazine Award. After attending Tearing Down the Walls, a race and leadership conference for students, Chloe started a discussion group to help students have difficult conversations about race, gender, and sexuality. This spring, she accompanied some of her schoolmates on a service trip to Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Chloe was a member of the varsity cross country and track teams and received the Coaches Award in cross country. In her junior year, Chloe’s 4x800 relay team set a new school record and placed 1nd in the Region. Her 4x400m r4elay team placed second. She qualified for State competition in both events. Chloe played with the Sewanee Symphony Orchestra. Chloe will attend Agnes Scott College in Atlanta where she received an academic scholarship. One of Chloe’s favorite SAS memories is joining the cross country team her senior year and the close relationships she made.

Henry Mincey (Tuxedo Park, NY) is a four-year boarding student. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. He is an Acolyte and has served as a member of the Student Vestry. Over the years, Henry has been involved in the school farm. A drum, keyboard player, and bassist, he is a member of Jane Doe & the Government Tools, a campus band with original music available on various streaming services. Following graduation, Henry will be taking a gap year to study photography, including workshops at the Maine Multimedia Workshop and the International Center of Photography in New York City. In looking back on his SAS experience, Henry wrote, “My first year at SAS was everything I could have asked for. It was welcoming, fun, and diverse.” Henry particularly enjoyed sharing food and stories with his Chinese classmates.

Luke Morrison (Accra, Ghana) is a one-year boarding student. He is a member of the school’s GSA and participated in cross country and track and set a new school record in the 100m High Hurdles. He qualified for State track and field competition in the 4x400m relay and the 300m Hurdles. As a SAS student, Luke enrolled in Calculus II at the University of the South. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. He was a member of the cast of this year’s production of Fiddler on the Roof. Luke is considering attending Appalachian State College in Boone, N.C. In looking back on his year at SAS, Luke wrote “Every day has been more memorable than the last. This year has been the fullest I think I’ve ever experienced. I have found many things at SAS: friendship, peace, adventure, challenge, the occasional frustration, each of which I will cherish equally. Moreover, I have met incredible teachers who have guided me towards deeper understanding in various fields and areas of study, not to mention being extraordinarily understanding and kind throughout the year. While I am ready to move on to the next part of my life, my time at SAS has been hugely formative and will always have a significant impact on my character and personality, wherever I go.”

Jason Neeley (Memphis, TN) is a one-year boarding student who achieved High Honors in academics. A talented performer, Jason participated in Creative Expression Assemblies, Theatre, and the campus radio station, WMTN-LP FM. He was involved in the school’s GSA. Jason was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. The recipient of this year's award for Outstanding Contribution in Theater, He will continue his performing career at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta where he plans to major in Theatre and Performing Arts. “An SAS memory I will never forget is the sunset hike I went on the first week I came to campus,” wrote Jason. “It was all during boarding orientation week where everyone got to meet each other and get to know people new and old. Something about walking outdoors on such a beautiful campus and watching the sunset over Piney Point is just so captivating, and it will stay with me forever.”

Brooklynn Nichols (Sewanee, TN) was a four-year member of the varsity tennis team and a three-year member of the varsity volleyball team. She also participated in wrestling. Brooke was a member of the yearbook staff and art club. Her most memorable SAS experiences were tennis season and the senior retreat. Brooke will be taking a gap year while continuing employment. 

This year's recipient of the Boarding Student Award, Pyunn Ntwari (Rome, Italy) is a two-year boarding student. An Honors student, Pyunn was an Acolyte, Proctor, and member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team, Asian Student Union, Black Student Union, and Interact. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Pyunn participated in varsity cross country, basketball, and track and field. He received the Coaches Award in cross country and basketball and the Most Improved Player Award in basketball and track and field. In 2021, Pyunn’s 4x800 relay team qualified for the TSSAA Division IIA state championships. Pyunn will be attending Birmingham Southern College where he received the International Presidential Scholarship and intended to continue to run cross country and track. In reflecting on his time at SAS, Pyunn wrote “I have enjoyed living in the residential houses, because of how the dorm parents cared for us.”

Iliana Pate (Sewanee, TN), a High Honors student, Iliana was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology and received this year's James Agee Award for Non-Fiction and for Advanced Functional Pottery. In the past, she has received awards in Spanish, pottery, and history. A four-year soccer player, track athlete, and wrestler, Iliana is a member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team and was captain of the soccer and wrestling teams. She was a two-time winner of the MVP award in wrestling. Iliana participated in Creative Expression Assemblies, Interact, and Operation Smile and held several starring roles in SAS theatre productions, including playing Beatrice in the school’s recent production of Much Ado About Nothing. “I am particularly proud that I helped build our absolutely incredible girls wrestling team,” wrote Iliana. In the fall, Iliana will be attending a work-study program at the John C. Campbell Folk School after which she plans to work on organic farms around the country and possibly travel to Ireland to volunteer in Camphill communities, an international movement working with people with intellectual disabilities and other kinds of special needs.

This year's winner of the Betty Guyear Condra Perseverance Award, Bansari Patel was a member of the yearbook staff and played basketball her freshman year. She plans to attend Chattanooga State Community College in the fall. In thinking back on her SAS experience, Bansari wrote, “SAS makes me feel at home.”

Isaac Pauley (Manchester, TN) is an Honors student, Isaac was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology and completed an independent study in coding. Last summer, he attended an engineering summer camp at Georgia Teach. Isaac is a four-year member of the varsity mountain biking and track teams. Over the years, Isaac has participated in Dungeons and Dragons, Martial Arts Club, Debate Club, and Guitar Ensemble. With classmate Caleb Simmons, he helped to lead the Fitness and Wellness Club by helping newcomers to create a workout routine and meal plan. In looking back on his SAS experience, Isaac wrote, “All of the athletic events that I either attended or participated in have always been special to me. The audience and athletes always bring so much energy that I have always found exciting.” Isaac will be attending the University of Alabama - Huntsville in the fall.  

This year's winner of the Lulu Hampton Owen Service Award, Kathleen Perkins (Sewanee, TN) is a High Honors student and was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. She has completed coursework in Spanish at the University of the South and independent study courses on “Ceramic Analysis of Indian Shelter” and “Prehistoric Pottery Making”. Kathleen is a Proctor and a SAS Ambassador and a member of the school’s Honor Council and Student Athlete Leadership Team. She previously served on the school’s Conduct Council. Kathleen is a member of the Interact Leadership Team and Operation Smile. Kathleen was editor of the Yearbook and received this year's Phoenix award. She received this . In past years, she has also served as a peer tutor. She is a four-year member of the varsity swim team. Over the summers, she has worked as a counselor at SAS summer camps. Kathleen will be attending Miami University (Ohio) in the fall where she has received merit awards totaling $80,000.

Janae Rabess (Canefield East, Dominica) is an Honors student and is a leader of the school’s Black Student Union. Janae has read her original poetry at spoken word events. Janae will be attending Agnes Scott College in the fall. 

Recipient of this year's Best Male Athlete Award, Tyler Rodgers (Sewanee, TN) is a High Honors student, Proctor, peer tutor, and a member of the Conduct Council, Curriculum Committee and SAS Ambassadors. He was recently inducted into the school's Cum Laude Society and was this year's recipient of the Advanced Chemistry award. While attending SAS, Tyler completed courses at the University of the South in chemistry, English, and economics. He also completed AP Spanish. Tyler was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Tyler is a four-year member of the varsity golf and soccer teams. He was captain of both teams this year and is a four-time golf MVP. He participated in Strength & Conditioning throughout his high school career. He is a member of the Interact club. Tyler is a member of the Tennessee Army National Guard. In the fall, he will attend Vanderbilt University and plans to attend medical school in the future.

Winner of this year's Sewanee Military Academy Memorial Merit Award, Montana “Breezy” Rollins (Tracy City, TN)  is a High Honors student, a Proctor, a member of the Honor Council, and a SAS Ambassador. She was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Montana was a four-year member of the varsity basketball team and was named MVP in her senior and sophomore years. She received the Coaches’ Award as a junior. As a sophomore, she was named to the All-District Team. Over the years, she also participated in soccer, strength and conditioning, tennis, and volleyball over her years at SAS. In the summer of her sophomore year, Breezy volunteered for All Creatures Veterinary Clinic. Her volunteer work became a job as a veterinary tech assistant, a position she has held since 2021. In the fall, Breezy will attend the University of Tennessee at Martin where she is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. In reflecting on her time at SAS, Breezy wrote, “Thank you for giving me the opportunity of a lifetime. SAS has already opened many doors for me, and I know this will continue in the future…SAS has really taught me to value the concept of finding one’s home.”

Sophie Rowles (Monteagle, TN) is an Honor student. She participated in theatre productions and Mind*Body*Exercise at SAS. Prior to attending SAS, Sophie attended Independence High School where she was on the stage crew for productions of Bring it On and The Little Mermaid. An aspiring artist, Sophie had a painting displayed at Nashville’s First Museum of Art, served as a costume intern for KOTA productions Off-Broadway premiere of A Little Princess in New York City and as an illustration and costume intern for Source One Five’s A Charlie Brown Christmas in Franklin, Tenn. She attended Ringling College of Art and Design’s pre-college summer program and the University of Tennessee’s summer arts program. In the fall, she will be studying illustration at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla. where she received a Pathway Scholarship based on her accomplishments and academic record.

Reed Ruccio (Nashville, TN and Monteagle, TN)  is a two-year day student.  He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Reid participated in the school’s songwriting and recording program. He will be attending Tennessee Tech in the fall.

Elijah Seavey (Monteagle, TN) is a seven-year day student. Elijah is an Honors student and Proctor. He was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Over the years, he received awards in songwriting, Health and Fitness, and Latin and participated in basketball, cross country, football, strength and conditioning, and track. He is a two-time recipient of the Coaches’ Award for track and field and was this year’s team captain and MVP. Elijah is part of the school’s record-holding 4x200m relay team, is this year’s Regional champion in the 400m run, and his 4x800m relay team finished in 2nd place at this year’s and last year’s Regional meet. He will compete in two events at this year’s  State competition. Elijah is the Regional 400m champion. He performed in Creative Expression Assemblies and was a member of the Boy Scouts and Martial Arts Club. Elijah plans to enlist in the US Marine Corps following graduation.

Caleb Simmons (Manchester, TN) was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. He received magna cum laude honors in the National Latin Exam. A powerlifting and Strongman competition participant, Caleb founded the school’s Fitness & Wellness Club. Over the years, he participated in football, wrestling, tennis, and strength and conditioning and was a three-year member of the varsity track and field team. He recently won the Regional competition in the shot put qualifying for the State championships on May 25. In the fall, he will be attending Motlaw State.

Class Valedictorian Kenneth Simmons (Chattanooga, TN) attended SAS as both a day and boarding student. A High Honors student, he was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology, received the Michael S. Dalton Award for Excellence in Physics and the Advanced Statistics Award, and completed an independent study course in coding. Kenneth participated in every Creative Expression Assemblies, sharing with the school the highway videos he produces and posts to YouTube. He received this year's Songwriting, Music Production, and Recording award. Kenneth also participated in the school’s mountain biking program, Vocal Ensemble, and on the yearbook staff. Kenneth will attend Lawrence Technological University in Highland Park, Michigan where he is the recipient of a Presidential and National Blue Devil Scholarships totaling $21,000/year.

Eli Thompson (Belvidere, TN) is a seven-year day student. A High Honors student, Eli was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology and earned Eagle Scout status. He served as an Acolyte and on the Conduct Council. Eli was a member of the Black Student Union, Boy Scouts, Climbing Club, Climbing Team, and Operation Smile. He was a four-year participant in the school’s mountain biking program, initiated a cycling club, completed an independent cycling Afternoon Program, and was a two-year recipient of the Coaches’ Award in mountain biking. Eli’s ceramics and photography have appeared in the SAS Gallery and school literary magazine. Eli participated in four Winterim camping trips and received this year's G. Sanford McGee Outing Award. In the fall, he will attend Colorado State University.

Lucie Watch (Monteagle, TN), a High Honors student, was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. She also completed coursework in psychology at the University of the South. A varsity cross country runner and swimmer with both the SAS swim team and the Sewanee TigerSharks, Lucie is a member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team and was named MVP in swimming. She holds the school’s 50 Back record and is a member of the record-holding 400 Free Relay team. Lucie participated in Black Student Union, Interact, and Operation Smile. In the fall, she will attend the University of Georgia where she intends to major in psychology.

Jon Mark Wert (Decherd, TN) is an Honors student. He was in the SAS Boy Scout Troop and became an Eagle Scout this year. Jon Mark was a four-year member of the varsity mountain biking team and the climbing team. He was a member of the History Club. He performed with the school’s Guitar Ensemble and in the Bob Dylan chapel. In 9th grade, Jon Mark participated in a school ecology trip to Baja California Sur in Mexico to study marine life. The last four years he has participated in the Winterim backpacking trip and has been on many faculty-led trips over the years. In reflecting on his scouting career, Jon Mark wrote, “I went to Scout camp at Camp Comer in Mentone, Alabama as well as high adventure trips. The first high adventure trip was to the Florida Keys where we lived on a sailboat for a week to learn how to sail and snorkel as well as deep sea fishing. The second was in the summer of 2021 when we went horseback riding survival for a week in Texas in the desert of the Fort Davis Mountains with no contact with anyone.” Jon Mark will attend Tennessee Tech University.

Eli Wilson (Monteagle, TN) was a member of the Conduct Council. Eil was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology and earned Eagle Scout status. Eli made his mark in the SAS theater program where he designed and built sets and starred in many SAS productions including, most recently, Fiddler on the Roof and Much Ado About Nothing. He received this year’s Most Improved award in mountain biking and the award for Outstanding Achievement in Technical Theater. He received this year's St. Andrew's-Sewanee Gallery Award which includes the purchase of his artwork for inclusion in the school's permanent collection.

Shelby Wright (Monteagle, TN and Atlanta, GA) achieved High Honors her senior year. Shelby was a prolific musician, songwriter, and performer on the SAS campus and received this year's Instrumental Award. Her band, Jane Doe & the Government Tools, has original music available on various streaming services. Shelby has also participated on the school’s climbing team. In her junior year, she received the school’s Colmore Award given annually to a rising senior in recognition of the struggles of the past and in celebration of the successes already attained and those that will surely follow. Shelby will be attending Belmont University where she intends to major in Music Business.

Phoenix Yuan (Changchun, China and Surrey, British Canada) is a four-year boarding student. An Honors student, he was recently recognized for exceeding the required coursework in Science & Technology. Phoenix was an Interact officer and participated in the school’s Outdoor Adventure program. He also had lead roles in several SAS productions including, most recently, Fiddler on the Roof and Much Ado About Nothing. He will be attending Brandeis University in Massachusetts.

Anrui “Annie” Zhang (Weifang, China) is a four-year boarding student. A High Honors student, she also enrolled in courses in economics at the University of the South. Annie was a Proctor and a SAS Ambassador. She founded the school’s Tea Club and was a member of the varsity swim team, Asian Student Union, and yearbook staff. She was previously a member of the International Club and K-pop Dance Club and performed in the school’s Creative Expression Assemblies. Annie will be attending Syracuse University.