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Area students honored at Saint James School

June 20, 2011

ST. JAMES — The following local students recently earned awards and honors at Prize Day and Commencement at Saint James School.


  • Andrew Collins of Waynesboro, Pa., an 11th-grader, was awarded the John C. Campbell Memorial Prize for the most improvement in oral communication while at Saint James. He also was awarded a Lee Prize, which is endowed in honor of Robert E. Lee IV in recognition of his long service to Saint James School as trustee.
  • Hannah Itell of Williamsport, an 11th-grader, was awarded the Prize for Excellence in Biology and the Prize for Excellence in Latin. She also was inducted into the Cum Laude Society.
  • Nicole Jenkinson of Shepherdstown, W.Va., a ninth-grader, was awarded the Middle School Headmaster’s Prize.
  • Ben Louderback of Hagerstown, an 11th-grader, earned a Holloway Prize Scholarship, which is endowed in honor of James L. Holloway III, Class of 1939, and in memory of James L. Holloway IV, Class of 1963.
  • Justin Pank of Walkersville, Md., a ninth-grader, was awarded the Prize for All-Round Athletic Ability for a male in the middle school.
  • Kayla Peterson of Sharpsburg, a ninth-grader, was awarded the Prize for All-Round Athletic Ability for a female in the middle school.
  • Mason Redmond of Frederick, Md., an 11th-grader, received the Sewanee Award for Excellence, which is given to a fifth former who has been chosen “on the basis of scholarship, leadership, demonstrated excellence in writing and for the notable potential he/she shows for future success as a writer.”
  • Thomas Rocca of Frederick, a 10th-grader, was awarded the Clarence W. Wheelwright Prize for devotion to duty.
  • Carrie Spicher of Hagerstown, an 11th-grader, earned the Fields Prize Scholarship, which is endowed in memory of Ambassador Louis G. Fields Jr. and is given to two incoming members of the sixth form who have distinguished themselves as scholars, persons of high character and courage, and examples of good within the Saint James community.
  • Carl Thomas of Shepherdstown, a ninth-grader, was awarded the Dr. V. Milton Reichard Middle School Science Prize.
  • Lena Tilsworth of Walkersville, an 11th-grader, was awarded a Lee Prize.
  • Sterling Xie of Shepherdstown, an 11th grader, was awarded the United States History Prize, which is endowed by Simms A. Jamieson, a longtime friend of Saint James School.
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