The Bancroft School; Diplomas awarded.WORCESTER - The Bancroft School This article is about the school in the United States. For the school in England, see Bancroft's School.
Bancroft School is a private, K-12 preparatory school, located in Worcester, Massachusetts. held its 107th commencement ceremony last night at the Fletcher Athletic Center on Shore Drive.
Sixty-one students graduated. Senior Aidan R. Payne of Worcester gave the student address. Upper School Faculty member Stephen T. White, who is retiring after 47 years of teaching English at Bancroft School, gave the commencement address.
The following is a list of graduates.
Auburn: Nicholas Marois and Linda Van.
Boylston: Lucy G. Baird and Monika H. Chitre (Cum Laude cum lau·de
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Charlton: Noelle D. Fura.
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Hubbardston: Olivia J. Stevens.
Leicester: Ellen C. Vancelette.
Marlboro: Heather S. Sebastian.
Milford: Nicholas LoPresti.
Northboro: Michelle Y. Remillard.
Paxton: Talin Avakian, Benjamin K. Bryant and Adele W. Erskine.
Princeton: Sarah K. Chase (Cum Laude), Daron J. Cichon and Bryn L. Digney (Cum Laude).
Shrewsbury: James F. Ermilio, Michael J. Farragher, Tarik A. Kafel, Faraan Khan, Samuel M. McLennan, and Isabel I. Zinman (Cum Laude).
Southboro: Ethan W. Haskell.
Spencer: Bridget R. Dunigan.
Sterling: Isaac J. Camp and Daniel R. Maskas (Cum Laude).
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Sturbridge: Michael P. Harrington.
Sutton: Thomas F. Killeen.
Webster: Alexander Becker and Alexander D. LaRose.
West Boylston: Ellen C. Dahlberg (Cum Laude).
Westboro: Spencer C. Doehlert, April D. Gammal and Kate A. MacDougall.
Westminster: Katrina E. Lamsa.
Worcester: Nicole C. Asbridge, Robert A. Caron, Agnes Z. Dardas (Cum Laude), Alis Deliallisi, Samuel Z. Finkelstein, Adam Freeman Soybel, Xhorxhi Gjoka, Cassandra Hayes, Irta John, Alexis M. Kelleher, Naomi F. Ostrow, Aidan R. Payne, Brittany J. Perley, Julia D. Scheier, Caitlin E. Snider, Lilla Tamas, Jamelah M. Tatum, Avae S. Thomas and Maryam A. Zekeria.
Recipients are class of 2008 members unless otherwise indicated
Gage Medal: Gabriel N. Drapos (East Brookfield).
Headmaster's Award: Bryn L. Digney (Princeton) and Alexander D. LaRose (Webster).
Senior Citizenship Cup: Agnes Z. Dardas (Worcester).
Telegram & Gazette Student Achievement Award: Gabriel N. Drapos (East Brookfield).
Bancroft Scholars: Jessica Fujimori '09 (Shrewsbury), Anne C. Salloom '10 (Worcester) and Nikolai Doytchinov '11 (Worcester).
Volunteer of the Year: Avae S. Thomas (Worcester).
Senior Thesis Award: Nathaniel S. Pope (Holden).
Charles Kinney Blake Memorial Trophy: Michael P. Harrington (Sturbridge).
Elinor Pike Bowl: Elizabeth R. Allen (Holden).
English Prize: Gabriel N. Drapos (East Brookfield).
Elizabeth J. Tsang Poetry Prize: Bridget R. Dunigan (Spencer).
Norman B. Robbins Creative Writing Award: Rebecca E. Rae '09 (Jefferson).
Edgar A. Gauthier Language Award: Jessica Fujimori '09 (Shrewsbury).
Independent School Health Association Award: Julia D. Scheier (Worcester).
Stewart Guild '77 Geography Prize: Julia D. Scheier (Worcester).
History Prize: Lucy G. Baird (Boylston).Alice S. Carr Mathematics Award: Adam L. Shepro (Holden).
Barrington Music Award: Bryn L. Digney (Princeton) and Gabriel N. Drapos (East Brookfield).
T. Leverett Nelson Award: Kate A. MacDougall (Westboro).
Lea Hench Acting Prize: Aidan R. Payne (Worcester).
Physical Education Prize: Agnes Z. Dardas (Worcester).
Science Award: Agnes Z. Dardas (Worcester).
Bausch & Lomb Award: Benjamin Erban '09 (Shrewsbury).
Technology Prize: Alexander Heinricher '09 (Rutland).
Art Prize: Isaac J. Camp (Sterling).
Fargo Photography Prize: Talin Avakian (Paxton).
Elizabeth Wood Gummere Baker '32 Grant: Sarah Tadiri '09 (Holden).
Book Prizes class of 2009
Brown University: Allison Bennett (Holden).
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Dartmouth College Dartmouth College, at Hanover, N.H.; coeducational; chartered 1769, opened 1770, the ninth colonial college (see Wheelock, Eleazar). Originally a men's college, Dartmouth began admitting women in 1972. : Rebecca E. Rae (Jefferson).
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Rensselaer Medal: Benjamin Erban (Shrewsbury).
Wellesley College Wellesley College, at Wellesley, Mass.; for women; chartered 1870, opened 1875. Long a leader in women's education, it was the first woman's college to have scientific laboratories. : Rachel Gerhardt (Worcester).
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Forest Fairfield Bennett Scholarship: Alexandra Kennedy '11 (West Boylston).
Bronson Fargo Scholarship: Sarah Tadiri '09 (Holden).
Anne Durant Scholarship: Harrison Palatucci '10 (Worcester).
Everett B. Zellen Award: Irta John '08 (Worcester) and Christina Ermilio '09 (Shrewsbury).
Edward E. Ford Scholarship: Cassandra Pierre-Louis '09 (Worcester) and Johanna Okerlund '10 (Worcester).
CUTLINE: Graduating seniors of The Bancroft School march into the gymnasium for the school's 107th commencement yesterday afternoon.
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