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    • Summer 2011 Start Here. Go Anywhere. At Your Service Champions of the Track “Let the good food, music, architecture, and worship styles. The girls track team Class of 2011 faCts community service times Weekdays, were spent working with Episcopal Community Services of won their 3rd State Track Championship roll” could have Louisiana, an title in the past 6 99 Graduates been the motto organization years. The boys team for the 2011 that exists finished 3rd. The Tigers topped five events at the state meet: 90% qualified for mission trip to to serve the Lindsey Enders set a state record of 12’10” Bright Futures New Orleans poor, speak in the pole vault; Gemikal Prude won with over Winter to issues 6’8” in the high jump; David Kilgore timed Scholarships Break. Thirteen of justice, 4:21 for the 1600m; Julie Wollrath ran 4:58 sophomores, juniors and seniors, along with and build in the 1600m, and the boys 4 x 400 relay Over 16,000 volunteer four chaperones traveled to the Big Easy community throughout the Episcopal (Jake Shuman, Jason Powell, Peter Karas, to spend eight days soaking up the culture, Diocese of Louisiana. and TJ Simon) also took gold. It was our service hours 13th state Championship in the past 9 years. Accepted to 114 Our Art Goes to DC Artwork Featured at Airport different colleges Sara Ashley, rising nineth grader, has been submitted entries from selected as one of Florida’s representatives in artists across the country. Our Fine Arts the 2011 All Kids Can Create national touring Sara’s artwork, titled Department is 25% accepted to an exhibition. ”Sailing East, Sailing West,” currently being An expert panel of judges selected 102 will make its debut June hosted by the Honors College Brevard Cultural Alliance at the Melbourne student artists out of the more than 4,700 13th in Washington D.C. International Airport. Student and teacher Over $4.4 million works of art will be featured through the month of September. in scholarships and grants earned Spring 2011 Award Highlights Queen Bee Stuti Mishra, a seventh 14% college athletic Valedictorian: Program: Ali Cobb. J. Kyle Braid Youth grader, competed in the placements Joshua Furtney, Leadership: Karina Mann, Megan Scripps National Spelling University McCreery, Christian Teather, Dylon Bee in Washington, D.C. on of Miami Honors Program-University Collins. Peggy Hart Memorial Award: June 2. She was one of only Scholar and Foote Fellow. Salutatorian: Kim Fiore, Rising 10th grade & Idanis 26 semifinalists remaining Taylor Kara, Southern Methodist Perez-Alvarez, rising 11th grade. Peace from the 275 spellers who University- Presidential Scholar. award: 12th - Ali Cobb, Jason Powell; made it to the national competition. Congressional Medal of Merit from 11th - Raleigh Sims, Nikki Kilbourne; Her journey to D.C. began when Stuti Rep. Bill Posey: Taylor Kara. National 10th - Joe Torkelson, Tori Glaubitz; correctly spelled “tawdrily,” meaning in a cheap and gaudy manner in order to win Merit Scholars Finalist: Ben Robinson. 9th - Ben McManus, Allie Knodel. the 52nd annual Orlando Sentinel Regional Owen Sheih Alumni Book Award: Imagination Across America Florida Spelling Bee. Alex Bernier. Princeton Book Award: Winner: Sara Ashley. American History Stuti stood quietly, clutching the cuffs Amanda Baughan. Emory University Essay Winners: Nicholas Belsten, of her sweater as she was announced the Book Award: Lydia Pagan. Agnes Nathaniel Herman, Kathryn Hoagland, winner at the regional level. As a past Scott College Book Award: Kassi Alexis Winoski. Florida State Science participant, Stuti was determined to take it Studds. Sewanee University Book Fair: Aamir Rashid, 1st place. Regional all. “I always wanted to make it to nationals. Award: Shannon Sapourn. Florida Tech Spelling Bee Winner: Stuti Mishra. That was my goal for this year.” Book Award: Sapna Desai. Lombardi Duke Tip State Recognition: Mason Stuti has been competing in spelling bees Scholarship Nomination: Joshua Baughan, Phillip Carter, Zoha Irfan, Jacob since the fourth grade. We look forward to Furtney. Robert C. Byrd Scholarship Kriner, Stuti Mishra. her final year of eligibility next year. Class of 2011 College Acceptances * Denotes honors college University of Alabama at Birmingham Florida Institute of Technology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of Alabama * Florida International University North Carolina State University Amherst College Florida Southern College University of North Florida * University of Arizona Florida State College at Jacksonville Nova Southeastern University University of Arkansas Florida State University * Old Dominion University Auburn University * University of Florida * Oxford College of Emory University Azura Pacific University Fontbonne University Palm Beach Atlantic University Baruch College of the CUNY * Franklin & Marshall College Parsons - The New School of Design Baylor University * Furman University Pennsylvania State University Berry College George Washington University Pepperdine University Birmingham Southern College Georgia Institute of Technology Pratt Institute Boston University University of Georgia * Purdue University Brevard Community College Georgia Southern University Rollins College University of California at Berkeley Goucher College Saint Leo University University of California at Davis University of Hawaii Saint Louis University University of California at Irvine Hofstra University San Diego State University University of California at Los Angeles Indiana University at Bloomington Savannah College of Art and DesignCollege Athletic Placement University of California at Santa Barbara Carnegie Mellon University University of Iowa Jacksonville University School of the Art Institute of Chicago Sewanee: The University of the SouthFourteen of our ninety-nine graduates will Case Western Reserve University Johnson & Wales University University of South Florida *continue with athletics at the collegiate University of Central Florida * Kentucky Wesleyan College University of South Florida at St Petersburg College of Charleston Lipscomb University University of Southern Maine *level. Allyson Cobb, Davidson ( C r o s s City College of New York * Louisiana State University Southern Methodist University *country/track); Terry Cronin, Sewanee Clemson University Loyola Marymount University St. Thomas University(Cross country/track); Kaili Corcoran, UNF University of Colorado at Boulder * Loyola University Chicago Stetson University(Cross country/track); Lindsey Enders, Cornell University Lynn University Syracuse UniversityCornell University (Pole vault); Lori Frazier, Davidson College McGill University Tallahassee Community CollegeNYU (Cross country/track); David Kilgore, University of Dayton Miami University, Oxford University of Tampa *University of Colorado Boulder (Cross Drexel University University of Miami * University of Tennessee Knoxvillecountry/track); Christopher Lotane, Lynn Eastern University Michigan State University Vanderbilt UniversityUniversity (Baseball); Kyle Nichols, Eastern Eckerd College University of Minnesota University of VirginiaUniversity (Soccer); Morgan Osman, Florida Elon University University of Mississippi University of Virginia at Wise Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University University of Missouri Columbia * Wake Forest UniversityState College at Jacksonville (Softball); Jason Emory University University of Missouri Kansas City Washington & Lee UniversityPowell, Embry-Riddle University (Basketball); Fashion Institute of Technology New College of Florida Webster UniversityGemikal Prude, Lipscomb (Track); Theresa Flagler College University of New Haven University of West FloridaRistow, FSU (Cross country/track); Jake Florida Atlantic University * New York University Western Kentucky UniversityShuman, Amherst College (Football). Florida Gulf Coast University * Northeastern University College of William & Mary
    • Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy PAID 5625 Holy Trinity Drive Melbourne, FL Melbourne, FL 32940 Permit #630 Donor Recognition Event Friday, August 12 Golf Tournament Saturday, August 13 High School Orientation Monday, August 8 Junior High Orientation Kindergarten and Elementary Visitations Tuesday, August 9 First Day of the 2011-2012 School Year Wednesday, August 10 Announcing! Preschool and Pre-kindergarten Visitations Thursday, August 11 and Friday, August 12 The Vicky Hurst Holy Trinity Golf Tournament Saturday, August 13, 2011 Suntree Country ClubSouper Bowl of Caring A Loving Dedication L o w e r This edition is respectfully presented in memory of Rest eternal grant to them, O Lord;S c h o o l Colonel Charles Thomas, Headmaster from 1973- And let light perpetual shine upon them.students 1983 and Mrs. Margaret (Peg) Boyer, wife of ourparticipated in founding rector, both of whom passed away peacefully May their souls, and the souls of all the departed,the National this academic year. through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.Souper Bowlof Caring Dayon Wednesday,February 9, 2011. Over 50 gallons ofvegetable and beef noodle soup were made Spring 2011 Award Highlightsby students in preschool through grade 6. Palmer Literary Achievement Award: LaJeunesse, Adam Lawrence, Ashvi Luthra,The finished product was taken to the Daily Rosemary DeFrancisci. Duke TIP: 4th Cavan Masterson, Sydney Novak, SavvyBread where it served over 200 people. Grade: Tyler Batchellor, Davis Bell, Kyle Olivas, Bryce Rothery, Lily Rugar, Thomas Caudill, Hari Dandapani, Riley Draper, Stallard, Jr., Kate Starkey, Sebastian Tirado,Water Conservation Challenge Derek Dyer, Jason Elmaghraby, Shane Gaughan, Russell Irons, Briggs Kilborne, Jordan Vines. Peace Award: 1st-Mary Stallard, Bailey White. 2nd-Hunter Hurlbut, The I-Team water bottles found in recycle bins after Carolyn Koos, Megan Mikuen, Preston Milo, Ian Oakley. 3rd-Zachary Ingram, Charlotte(5th/6th) lunch, the students used the discarded water Matthew Olinde, Max Pagan, Nikhil Patel, Varnes , Emma Fisher. 4th-Camryn Ryland,participated in the bottles to water our gardens and Jonathon Rahmes, Camryn Ryland, Emily Brenna Bortner, Carolyn Koos. 5th- Laurenin the Water plants. Abi Dandapani, Eric Jaffe, and Abbey Shoemaker, Ashley Stevens, Siara Tirado, Perry, Kailee Holland, Katy Wacaster. 6th-Conser vation McHenry lead the challenge by speaking in Luca Valdivia, Charlie Woods, Sarah Zeger. Jamie Perry, John Cacciatore, MackenzieChallenge, chapel, putting up posters, and emptying the 5th Grade: Ami Asar, Sara Barker, Jared Wills. Student Leadership Award: Sarahsponsored by water bottles into a barrel for watering the Benhase, Christy Chadwick, Logan Collins, Braddock. Tiger Spirit Award: Peytonthe St. John’s gardens. As part of their public advertising, L.J. Davis, Christopher Farid, Ryan Fischer, Wallingford. Citizenship Award: EricRiver Water Management District, as a Abi , Eric, and Abbey were interviewed on Amber Fisher, Bridget Funk, Jack Ganiban, Jaffe. The Charles B. Thomas Award:service project. The challenge was to find WA1A where they explained the project and Walker Hirsch, Nabeel Imami, Jacob Abirami (Abi) Dandapania way to enhance the use of our water in a answered questions.more responsible, productive way. Using The Holy Trinity Fund Update Thanks to generous Gifts also support the academics, arts, Iris Lee ‘03, UF ’07, USF ‘09 is working Erin Crowe ‘05, FSU ‘09 is a gifts to the annual enrichments, and athletic programs that help on a Master of Science in nursing in the program Director for The Florida Law fund campaign, we our students grow and prosper. Thank you! nurse-midwifery program at the Frontier Related Education Association, Inc., continue supporting We are already at $365,000 and need to get School of Midwifery and Family Nursing. an educational non-profit based in amazing faculty and to $400,000 by June 30! Katie Rodby ‘03, Tallahassee. staff, providing the Emory ‘07 graduated Alex Braden ‘09 attends Stetson best technology, and Way to go HT! from FSU with a Doctor University and is majoring in music with improving our facilities of Medicine. She will a minor in psychology. He performed in 100% Board of Trustee Participation be starting her General the Stetson Opera Theater production in our safe and loving Christian school. 93% Faculty & Staff Participation Surgery Residency at of The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart in 56% Parent Participation University of Illinois/ February. Mt. Sinai Hospital. Kaley McCreery ‘10 was one of eight Meet our Campaign Todd Burner ‘05 graduated from selected from the 100 Seminoles for FSU Chairs who lead Brown University in June 2009 and now Flying High Circus Dance Team. the most successful works at Google in Mountain View, CA. annual fund campaign Jazz & Jeans to date and presented The evening was filled with music, fun, a challenge gift that produced iPads for and fellowship with HT families who helped each of our campuses. Dr. Beverly Rose to make this event a huge success! We are & Mr. Dale Williams with Matthew ’20 & grateful to everyone for your support. Sarah ‘21 Silvana Iuculano is a graduate of Holy Trinty student, then Trinity, Class of 2004, who went on to as a chaperone, and The Reverend Alex Boyer Society pursue a degree in Classical Studies and graduated from the University of Florida now as a sponsor. She will be attending Our friend and planned gift entitles one to become a member in 2008. She teaches Latin because “I the National Latin benefactor, Mrs. Margaret of The Reverend Alex Boyer Society. We hope to inspire even a few students who Forum courtesy (Peg) Boyer, who passed are pleased to begin acknowledging those don’t know what they’d like to do later of the Miller away this spring had who have made Holy Trinity a part of their in life and even more so, teach them that Fellowship offered lovingly extended the estate plan. A significant gift came to us Latin isn’t useless,” said Miss. Iuculano. by the American honor of having Father from the estate of our dear friend Betty Silvana was recently elected Vice Classical League. “Things are very exciting Boyer’s name associated with our most Burgess, who had named the school in her President of the Classical Association right now and I’m loving every minute of distinctive giving Society. In honor and will. Please contact Pam Cavanaugh at pam. of Florida, comprised of Latin teachers it! My students are just as enthusiastic as memory of our founding Rector, The Rev. cavanaugh@htes.org or 321-723-8323, x311 all over the state. She will assist in the I am, and I enjoy sharing my experiences Alexander Boyer Society was established to should you wish to further discuss your planning of the State Latin Forum. Silvana with them every year.” support the future of our academy. Any interest in a planned gift for Holy Trinity. first attended the Latin Forum as a Holy