Congratulations to Wooster School's Julia Smith '15 whose work has has won national recognition for her writing at the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation's longest-running, largest, most prestigious recognition program for creative teenagers.
Emma Mustich '07 recently returned to Wooster to spend the day with the 9th grade Humanities classes. Mustich is the Senior Editor, HuffPost Parents, a position she has held for the past three years.
Last month, the 6th grade students presented a Geography Museum. They invited family, friends, and anyone interested in learning more about the continents to join them for an evening tour.
This recipient is a student who, despite an injury, continued to participate in all aspects of community life to the best of his ability this fall. When a former job captain was asked "how was he as a worker?" she emphatically replied, "Awesome! He was the best!" WHILE he was on crutches.
Elizabeth Fanzilli '18, earned a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for contributing over fifty hours of community service to the Danbury Animal Welfare Society. She demonstrated selflessness and true dedication to helping animals in need.