Congratulations To Our Holderness School Leaders For 2021-2022
Our community gathered on May 5 to name our new school leaders during our annual Leadership Chapel, a tradition that spans more than 70 years. It’s a unique process without speeches or campaigning, where students are assessed on the qualities of fairness, initiative, dependability, and empathy. Holderness defines leadership as each person’s journey to serve and empower others, and we see these leadership characteristics as vital in developing servant leaders.
Congratulations to our Holderness School leaders for 2021-2022!
President: Maizley Tone Vice President: Wells Gillette Weld Hall Supervisors: Rachel Storey and Sacha Levine
Girls House Leaders Fiona Hood Judy Yin Grace Murphy Annika Howard Fran D’Orio Kate Gervais Kerry Guinee Grace Farley
Girls Floor Leaders Ahenka Noyes Sage Amalisken Noelle Boes Margot Roguet Emma Reynolds Coco Diemar Annecy Kagan Lisa Lin Aly Fuster
Boys House Leaders Edvin Bonnivier Mack Bowen Hugo Eneqvist Russ Hutchinson Ben King Jamir Harvey Donovan Cole Ty Dahl
Boys Floor Leaders Natan Driker Mack Pattee Matt Dubois Jay Edokpa Ethan Greene Alex McNabb Bram Hikmate Cooper Boulanger Ethan Swanson
Job Leaders Jackson Ehwa Maya Clemente Lian Aviles Terry Zhu Evan Plunkett Dalton Donovan Hannah Donahue Ryan Keene Phoebe Fisher Michael Carchidi Mary Page Liam Johnston Dray Krahmer Nicole Kanowsky Jeptha Wade Aldwyn Moynihan Oliver Wiedemann Sam Yap Megan Cunningham Nina Grappone Adelaide Durant Tommy Raymond Ariana Anastos Matt Stiles Emmett Harris Max Landis Caroline Simmonds Delia Cooper Elizabeth Olson Chase Picard Hans Huber Caroline Palmer Mac O’Neill Nick Purnell Cosette Charron
The Rev. B. W. “Pete” Woodward, Jr. Prize is given in recognition of a Holderness graduate in their junior year of college for academic performance, exceptional leadership and contributions made to their college community.
This year we have the honor of awarding this prize to two outstanding and deserving recipients.
Celebrating its 142nd Commencement, Holderness School hosted an unforgettable on-campus, in-person to honor the remarkable and resilient Class of 2021. Due in large part to the hard work and foresight of the school’s COVID-19 response, graduates were able to receive their diplomas with handshakes and smiles, all while surrounded by family and united by the strong bonds of the Holderness School community.
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