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  1. Apr
    16
    Thu

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

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  2. Apr
    21
    Tue

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

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  3. Apr
    26
    Sun

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

      Accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. Call 967-1438 for appointments.

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  4. May
    1
    Fri

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

      Accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. Call 967-1438 for appointments.

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  5. May
    6
    Wed

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

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  6. May
    11
    Mon

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

      Accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. Call 967-1438 for appointments.

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  7. May
    16
    Sat

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

      Accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. Call 967-1438 for appointments.

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  8. May
    21
    Thu

    1. Low Income Assistance
      7:00 am – 3:30 pm

      Accepting applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance. Call 967-1438 for appointments.

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  9. May
    22
    Fri

    1. SAS students recognized on honors day
      1:45 pm – 2:45 pm

      SAS students recognized on honors day
       At the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Honors Day, Sophie Swallow was inducted in to the Cum Laude Society and named president for the 2015-16 school year. To her right is Grace Liu, Ethan Evans, Allison Bruce and Jackson Berkhouse.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School recognized students at its Honors Day ceremony on May 16 at the Outdoor Altar.

       The Rev. John Thomas, head of school, announced the distinguished and special school awards. Ninety-five students received recognition, including area day students:

       Ethan Evans of Sewanee, the SMA Memorial Merit Award; Allison Bruce of Monteagle, the Lulu Hampton Owen Service Award; Fields Ford of Sewanee, the Day Student Award; Allison Bruce of Monteagle, the Head of School’s Award; Abby Mainzer of Monteagle, Best Female Athlete of the Year; Levi Higgins of Winchester, Four Year, Three Sport Athlete and co-recipient of Best Male Athlete of the Year.

       Ethan Evans of Sewanee was named Valedictorian of the Class of 2015, and Fields Ford of Sewanee was named Salutatorian.

       Academic awards for outstanding students in individual courses were presented to the following area students:

       Highest 11th-grade academic average—Sophie Swallow (Sewanee); Highest 10th-grade academic average— Cooper Nickels (Manchester); Highest 9th-grade academic average—Katie Giltner (Manchester);

       Cum Laude Society president—Sophie Swallow (Sewanee);

       Academic awards for outstanding students in individual courses were presented to the following students:

       Health and Fitness Award—Sarah Simons (Monteagle);

       Outstanding Chorus—Allison Bruce (Monteagle); Outstanding Achievement in Technical Theater—Madison Gilliam (Sewanee); Outstanding Contribution in Theater—Jackson Berkhouse (Sewanee);

       The Rosie Paschall Visual Art Award—Fields Ford (Sewanee); Clay—Ethan Evans (Sewanee); St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Gallery Award, 2-dimensional art—Isabel Butler (Sewanee);

       9th-grade English—Carolyn Bruce (Monteagle); 10th-grade English—Lauren Arnold (Winchester); the Frank Phillips White 11th-grade English Award—Sophie Swallow (Sewanee); Danny Griffiths Award for Excellence in English—Fields Ford, co-recipient (Sewanee); The James Agee Award for Non Fiction—Ethan Evans (Sewanee); The Sewanee Poetry Award—Cooper Nickels (Manchester);

       The William S. Wade Religious Studies Award—Allison Bruce (Monteagle);

       Chinese I—Emma Diamond (Monteagle); Chinese I—Ashton Milford (Sewanee); Chinese III—Lexie Laurendine (Sewanee); Chinese IV—Kyra Wilson (Sewanee);

       Latin I—Katelyn Giltner (Manchester); Latin II—Sophia Patterson (Sewanee); Latin III—Carolyn Bruce (Monteagle); Latin IV—Fritz Stine (Sewanee);

       Spanish I—Gabriel Pongdee (Sewanee); Spanish II—Cooper Nickels (Manchester); Spanish IV—Allison Bruce (Monteagle); The Bun Pickering Spanish V Award—Fields Ford (Sewanee);

       Biology—Cooper Nickels (Manchester); Advanced Biology—Tommy Oliver (Sewanee); Advanced Chemistry—Ethan Evans (Sewanee);

       World History I— Jack Simons (Monteagle); The Margaret Duncan Binnicker World History II—Copper Nickels (Manchester);

       Pre-Algebra—Laurel Wall (Winchester); Algebra I—Jack Simons (Monteagle); Geometry—Andrew Bachman (Sewanee) and Katelyn Giltner ((Manchester); Algebra II—Cooper Nickels (Manchester); Algebra III—Allison Bruce (Monteagle); The Sarah McPherson Carlos Calculus Award—Ethan Evans (Sewanee).

       Activities and Community Service Awards were given to the following area students:

       Mountain Mirror Writing Award for Prose—Camila Hwang-Carlos (Sewanee); Phoenix Yearbook Award—Sarah Mainzer (Monteagle);

       Radio Station Certificates of Participation—Matthew Baranco (Sewanee); Anna Fox (Sewanee); Mack Lindlau (Monteagle) and Shalon Mooney (Monteagle);

       Honor Council recognition—Matthew Baranco (Sewanee); Abby Mainzer (Monteagle); Vanessa Moss (Sewanee); Namkha Norbu (Monteagle) and Sophie Swallow (Sewanee);

       2015–16 Honor Council— Aubrey Black (Sewanee); Carolyn Bruce (Monteagle); Cooper Nickels (Manchester); Evelyn Seavey (Monteagle); Sam Smith (Sewanee); Fritz Stine (Sewanee) and Kyra Wilson (Sewanee);

       Proctor recognition—Jackson Berkhouse (Sewanee); Charlie Boyd (Manchester); Allison Bruce (Monteagle); Ethan Evans (Sewanee); Fields Ford (Sewanee); Levi Higgins (Winchester); Rebecca Lundberg (Monteagle); Riley Rhoton (Winchester) and Aaron Willis (Sewanee);

       2015-16 Proctor: Joshua Alvarez (Sewanee); Lauren Arnold (Winchester); Abby Mainzer (Monteagle); Vanessa Moss (Sewanee); Tommy Oliver (Sewanee); Sophie Swallow (Sewanee); Michael Schaerer (Monteagle); Jake Wiley (Sewanee); Margaret Wilson (Sewanee) and Emma Zeitler (Sewanee);

       House Program Leadership: 

      Christabel: Vice president—Kia Whitman (Coalmont); service coordinator—Lyndsey Wall (Winchester); underclassman representative—Liesal Wall (Winchester); Gorgas: middle school representative—Sarah Beth Hobby (South Pittsburg); Turkington: service coordinator—Wyatt Lindlau (Monteagle).

       

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      SAS students recognized on honors day
    2. 48 SAS seniors graduate
      2:15 pm – 3:15 pm

      SAS Seniors GraduateValandSalTop Honors – (top photo) St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School students receiving top awards are (from left) Shanda Lack of Woodbury, the Betty Guyear Condra Perseverance Award; Fields Ford of Sewanee, the Day Student Award; Allison Bruce of Monteagle, the Lulu Hampton Service Award and the Head of School’s Award; Ethan Evans of Sewanee, the SMA Memorial Merit Award; James Beasley of Atlanta, the Boarding Student Award, and Eric Baynard of East Point, Ga., the co-recipient of Best Male Athlete. (Not pictured: Levi Higgins, co-recipient of the Best Male Athlete Award and Abby Mainzer, recipient of the Best Female Athlete Award.)Forty-three seniors participated in Commencement Eucharist and Exercises at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School on May 17.

      Valedictorian and Salutatorians -  (bottom photo) Ethan Evans of Sewanee was named Valedictorian of the Class of 2015 and Fields Ford of Sewanee was named Salutatorian. 

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      The Class of 2015 will be enrolling in 32 different colleges and universities across the nation this fall. The seniors received $3.48 million in merit awards. Ethan Evans of Sewanee was named Valedictorian. Fields Ford of Sewanee was named Salutatorian.

      The graduating class included 21 area students. Their achievements in academics, service, and leadership are listed below:

      Sewanee:

      Matthew Baranco is the son of Sian and Speed Baranco. Matthew was an honors student and served in leadership positions as an SAS Ambassador and on the Honor Council. Matthew lettered in mountain biking, was a member of the first place mountain biking team in the state, received the MVP award in swimming, and was a state qualifier in swimming. He was a Boy Scout and received a Certificate of Participation in Broadcasting for FM 102.5 WMTN-LP, the school radio station. Matthew will attend Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C.

      Jackson Berkhouse is the son of Casey and Michelle Berkhouse. At the recent Honors Day, Jackson received the Outstanding Contribution in Theatre Award. He graduated with honors and is a member of the Cum Laude Society. Jackson served in the leadership role of Proctor. He was a member of the SAS Players theatre program. He received the Provost’s Scholarship to attend the University of Dallas.

      Davis Emory is the son of Maria and Martin Watters. He is a four-year day student who participated in the yearbook and farming afternoon programs. Davis will attend Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Ga.

      Iris Engel is the daughter of William and Kaaren Engel. At the recent Honors Day she received a Certificate of participation in Broadcasting for FM 102.5 WMTN-LP, the school radio station, and The Bayard Walters Broadcasting Award. She founded the school’s Jewish Culture Club and was president of Write Club. Iris was named to the honors list. She was voted the Most Improved Player for the varsity girls’ basketball team. She served in the House Leadership Program as vice-president. She will attend Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.

      Ethan Evans is the son of Amy and Jon Evans. At the recent Honors Day, Ethan received the SMA Memorial Merit Award. He was valedictorian of his class, graduated with honors, and received the James Agee Award for Non Fiction, the Sarah McPherson Carlos Calculus Award, and the Clay and Advanced Chemistry awards. Ethan served as a Proctor and is a member of the Cum Laude Society. An outstanding actor and musician, he has been cast in principal roles in numerous theatre productions. Ethan is a state-qualifying swimmer and an Eagle Scout. He received the Howard Nemerov Writing Scholarship to attend Washington University in St. Louis.

      Fields Ford is the son of Beth Pride and Steve Ford. At the recent Honors Day, Fields received the Day Student Award. Fields graduated with honors and was president of the Cum Laude Society. Fields received numerous academic awards, including the Bun Pickering Spanish V Award and the Danny Griffiths Award for Excellence in English (co-recipient). He also received the Rosie Paschall Visual Art Award. Fields served as a Proctor. He was co-captain and MVP of the mountain biking team. He will attend Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash., on a Stephen Penrose Scholarship.

      Andrew Heitzenrater is the son of Jeff and Kim Heitzenrater. He is a three-sport athlete and received the Coaches’ Awards in basketball, golf, and soccer. He also was a member of the Pep Club. Andrew will attend Sewanee: The University of the South.

      Noah McIndoo is the son of Stephanie Taylor and Lisa and William McIndoo. He has been named to the honors list and was a recipient of the Murray and Sue Robinson Scholarship. Noah was recently voted the MVP of the varsity boys’ soccer team and was selected to the All-Regional Soccer Team. Noah will attend Sewanee: The University of the South and play soccer.

      Aaron Willis is the son of Laura and John Willis. He is an honors student and served in the leadership position of Proctor. Aaron was a member of the student vestry and served as acolyte. Aaron was a member of the SAS Players theatre program. He received the Charger Achievement Award to attend the University of Alabama–Huntsville.

      Casey Willis is the son of Sally Krebs and Kevin Willis. He is an honors student and a two-sport athlete. He has received both the Coaches’ and MVP awards in baseball. Casey received a Founders Scholarship to attend Edgewood College in Madison, Wis.

      Monteagle:

      Allison Bruce is the daughter of Alex and Kathryn Bruce. At the recent Honors Day, she received awards in Chorus, Spanish IV, and Algebra III; the William S. Wade Religious Studies Award, the Lulu Hampton Owen Service Award, and the Head of School’s Award. She graduated with honors and is a member of the Cum Laude Society. She was a member of the SAS Players theatre program. She served in leadership positions of Ambassador and Proctor. Allison will attend Sewanee: The University of the South.

      Mack Lindlau is the son of Paul and Kathy Lindlau. An outstanding musician, he has performed in numerous Creative Expression Assemblies. He received a certificate of participation in broadcasting for the school radio station, FM 102.5 WMTN-LP. Mack recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He will attend Middle Tennessee State University.

      Rebecca Lundberg is the daughter of Joe Lundberg and Angela Lundberg. She was an Ambassador and served as Proctor. She is an honors student. Rebecca will attend the University of Colorado at Boulder.

      Shalon Mooney is the daughter of Misty Mooney and Robert Mooney. Shalon is an honors student and served in the House Leadership Program. She received a certificate of participation in broadcasting for the school radio station, FM 102.5 WMTN-LP. Shalon was a member of the yearbook and literary magazine staffs. She was accepted into the Honors Program at Middle Tennessee State University.

      Namkha Norbu is the daughter of Jamyang Norbu and Tenzing Chounzom. She is an honors student and served on the Honor Council. She was a member of the mountain biking team, which earned first place in the state and president of the school’s Gay straight Alliance. Namkha received a merit award to attend Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga.

      Manchester:

      Charlie Boyd is the son of Charles and Beth Ramsey. Charlie served in the leadership role of Proctor. He received the Coaches’ Award in cross-country. He will be attending Berea College in Berea, Ky.

      Briar Sain is the son of Lana Sain. He is a two-sport athlete and recently received the MVP award in baseball. He will attend Motlow State Community College.

      Winchester:

      Christian Hanger is the son of Henry and Stephanie Hanger. He is a three-sport athlete. Christian was the football team captain and Most Improved Player. He was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He will attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

      Levi Higgins is the son of Jeffery and Tabitha Mallory. At the recent Honors Day he was co-recipient of the Best Male Athlete award and was recognized for being a four-year, three sport athlete. He is a member of the Cum Laude honor society and graduated with honors. Levi served in a leadership role as a Proctor. He is a three-sport athlete and received the MVP award in football. Levi will attend Sewanee: The University of the South.

      Jake Mallory is the son of Jeffery Mallory and Sarah Mallory. He is a member of track and field team, and received the MVP award. Jake was also part of the school choir. Jake competed at the regional track meet, where he placed fifth in the 200 meter, and second in the 400 meter races. He will attend Motlow State Community College.

      Riley Rhoton is the son of Troy and Delanna Rhoton. He served in the leadership position of Proctor. Riley is a two-sport athlete and team captain for both the baseball and football teams. He recently received the Coaches’ Award in football and MVP in baseball. He will be attending Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Ala., where he was awarded a BSC Achievement Grant.

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      48 SAS seniors graduate

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