Soundings - Summer 2022

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FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL Recently, I returned from Cape Henry Collegiate’s Nexus Glob-

the rich history of The Perry Family Auditori-

al Studies experience in South Africa. I had the privilege of

um. Few spaces on our campus have created

spending time with 15 incredible Upper School students. We

more opportunities for students or a greater

slept in a bush camp, dehorned rhinoceroses to protect them

sense of community than The Perry. Now, as we look ahead,

from poachers and conducted bush walks through a game re-

the Center for Innovation and Performing Arts will provide

serve. It was an awesome experience. For me, it was a chance

new spaces in which opportunities for students and the com-

to spend quality time with some of our students and to come

munity will abound!

to know them better. They are an impressive group! For the students, it was a way to step outside of their comfort zones and to take on new experiences while being half a world away from home.

As you turn these pages, enjoy learning a little more about recent events and experiences at Cape Henry. Celebrate the Class of 2022 as they head off to new adventures. Whether you are a student, parent, alum, grandparent or employee,

The experience combined two of Cape Henry’s core values:

consider how you might contribute to the opportunities and

community and opportunity. We speak often about how

to the community that all of us value so much at Cape Henry

important it is for each one of us to be a member of this

Collegiate.

inclusive and supportive community. Also, at Cape Henry, we seek to provide our students with as many different oppor-

I look forward to seeing you soon!

tunities as possible. We encourage our students to try new things and to tackle new challenges. Nexus is a great example of where students come together and strengthen their sense of community while taking advantage of incredible global opportunities.

Chris Garran, Ph.D. HEAD OF SCHOOL

All over our campus, we find other examples of that intersection of community and opportunity. In this issue of Soundings, you will read about Adia Colvin, a young woman who has benefited from and contributed to this community while stretching herself and taking advantage of so many opportunities. Read how our college counselors open up the world for our students as they plan for and dream about the next leg of their academic journey. Anyone who has gone through this process can attest to the essential relationships that develop between our college counseling staff and our students and parents. While we might not always think about it this way, the college search process depends on relationships and thus strengthens our sense of community. You will also read about

Early morning in St. Lucia before doing a game drive in the wetlands and spending time at the beach at Cape Vidal.


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Cape Henry Collegiate Board of Trustees

F E A T U R E S

BOARD OFFICERS Mr. W. Trent Dudley ‘88 CHAIR

Mr. Scott Duncan VICE CHAIR

Mr. Ronald M. Kramer VICE CHAIR

Mr. Hobie Whitmore ‘88 VICE CHAIR

Mr. Edward M. Hewitt SECRETARY

Mrs. Debra Bunn TREASURER

Dr. Christopher S. Garran HEAD OF SCHOOL/PRESIDENT

TRUSTEES Ms. Jennifer Adamson Mr. Thomas H. Atherton, III Mr. Matthew Audette ‘92 Mr. Bruce A. Berlin Mr. Todd Copeland Mr. David Ervin Mr. Serban Ghenea Mr. Gary Gilmore Mr. Ronald Hughes Dr. Elleni Kapoor Mr. Jeremy McLendon Mrs. Maureen Olivieri Mrs. Zelda Patrick Mr. George F. Shipp Dr. Reena Talreja-Pelaez Mr. Ross Winfield Mrs. Cheryl L. Xystros EX-OFFICIO TRUSTEES Mr. Tyler Brooks '05

Final Bow for the Perry

After hosting decades of performances, it is time to say goodbye to The Perry Family Auditorium.

Class of 2022

Celebrating the collective and individual accomplishments of these 101 new graduates of Cape Henry Collegiate.

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PRESIDENT, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

HEADMASTERS EMERITI Dr. W. Hugh Moomaw* Mr. Daniel P. Richardson* Dr. John P. Lewis FOUNDERS AND TRUSTEES EMERITI Mr. W. Cecil Carpenter* Mr. John P. Edmondson* Mr. Andrew S. Fine Mr. L. Renshaw Fortier* Mrs. Dow S. Grones* Mr. Benjamin Huger, II* Mrs. Grace Olin Jordan* Mr. Bernard W. McCray, Jr. Mr. James R. McKenry* Mr. Arthur Peregoff* Mr. George G. Phillips, Jr. Mr. James P. Sadler* Mr. William J. Vaughan* Mrs. Anne Dickson Jordan Waldrop* *deceased

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H I G H L I G H T S

Adia Colvin ‘22 Senior Scholars Nexus: South Africa Trends in College Counseling

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ON THE COVER: Adia Colvin, CHC Class of 2022

CHC Legends Dolphin Athletics Alumni Notes Annual Report


Final Curtain Call

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T H E P E R R Y FA M I LY A U D I TO R I U M By Mrs. Julie W. Scherrer, Major Gifts Officer

I arrived on campus in 1982. The newly constructed Lower School and Upper School hallways, subsequently re-named Everett Hall, were flanked by a shiny new main office and library. The Middle School was housed in trailers, lovingly referred to as cottages, and The Perry Family Auditorium served as the new centerpiece — the jewel in the crown of our School. I was hired to teach second grade, coach junior varsity cheerleading and direct a yearly Middle School play, so having a dedicated auditorium on campus immediately grabbed my attention. The 200-seat space boasted a stage with a linoleum floor and small but functional rightand left-wing areas. The large black curtain opened and closed manually and took some elbow grease to get moving. The space had lighting and movable seating to accommodate its many functions. Multipurpose was the word of the day. Over the next several decades, “The Perry,” as it came to be known, was periodically enhanced, enlarged and reenvisioned. The stage flooring was upgraded to wood; the black curtain was exchanged for a heavy, regal red velvet curtain on a pulley system to make opening and closing an easier task; lighting was updated and a hanging microphone system was installed over the stage area for sound projection. During this time, there was not a single day that The Perry was not in use. Not only did the space serve as a theater for our growing performing arts programs, it was a gathering spot for assemblies, student programs, graduations, guest speakers, parent and grandparent gatherings, and faculty and staff meetings. It was the one place on campus we could all come together. It was our family space. On April 30, 2022, The Perry hosted its final curtain call. The beloved space will be taken down over the summer to make way for the Center for Innovation and Performing Arts. A plaque will be displayed in the new Kramer Family Theater commemorating The Perry Family Auditorium, which served our community so well for so many years. The Center for Innovation and Performing Arts will indeed look different, but the memory of The Perry will remain for the thousands of students, faculty, staff and families who benefited from its prominence on our campus—indeed, a jewel in the crown of our history.

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A Look Back…

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CLASS OF 2022 CLASS OF 2022 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES Appalachian State University Arizona State University Auburn University Baylor University Belmont University Berklee College of Music Boston University Brown University Brunel University London Bryant & Stratton College Butler University Carnegie Mellon University Christopher Newport University Citadel Military College of South Carolina Clemson University Coastal Carolina University College of Charleston College of the Atlantic Denison University DePaul University Dickinson College East Carolina University Eckerd College Elon University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Flagler College Florida Institute of Technology Fordham University Franklin and Marshall College Furman University George Mason University Georgia Institute of Technology Gettysburg College Hampden-Sydney College Hawaii Pacific University Ithaca College James Madison University Lander University Liberty University Longwood University Loyola University Maryland

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Maine Maritime Academy Mercyhurst University Michigan State University Norfolk State University North Carolina State University Northeastern University The Ohio State University Oklahoma State University Old Dominion University Paul D. Camp Community College Pennsylvania State University Point Park University Purdue University Radford University Randolph-Macon College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Ringling College of Art and Design Rochester Institute of Technology Rutgers University Savannah College of Art and Design Shenandoah University Southern Illinois University Southern Methodist University SUNY Maritime College Syracuse University Temple University Texas A & M University at Galveston Texas Christian University The University of Alabama The University of Tampa The University of Tennessee Tidewater Community College Trinity College (CT) University College of London Union College (NY) United States Military Academy University of Arizona University of California-Davis University of California-Irvine University of California-Merced University of California-Riverside

University of California-Santa Cruz University of Colorado Boulder University of Connecticut University of Delaware University of Georgia University of Illinois University of Iowa University of Lynchburg University of Maine University of Mary Washington University of Maryland University of Miami University of Michigan University of Mississippi University of North Carolina at Charlotte University of North Carolina at Greensboro University of North Carolina at Wilmington University of North Carolina School of the Arts University of Oklahoma University of Oregon University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of Richmond University of South Carolina University of Southern California University of Toronto University of Vermont University of Virginia University of Washington University of Wisconsin Ursinus College Villanova University Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Military Institute Virginia Tech Washington University in St Louis Whitman College William & Mary Winthrop University


Co-Salutatorian Zachary Granados

CLASS OF 2022 AWARDS Class of 2022 - Valedictorian 2021-2022

Matthew McGraw

Class of 2022 - Co-Salutatorians 2021-2022 Zachary Granados and Taylor Perry Cape Henry Collegiate “Legends” Cape Henry Collegiate “Legends” are members of the Class of 2022 who have attended 12 or more years of continuous education at Cape Henry Collegiate. Nathan Ansell, Nicholas Ashman, Jody Bartel, Gabrielle Beisel, Grace Choe, Faith Clarke, Ashley Coureas, Adam Gilmore, Abigail Glenn, Joseph “Tripp” Hanley, Nathan Hayes, Gavin Hewitt, Joshua Holadia, Hannah Horgan, Neos Karides, Kenneth Lindauer, Katherine-Kelly McCray, Benjamin Saunders, Connor Smith and Tazewell Thompson General Louis J. Fortier Leadership Award The General Louis J. Fortier Leadership Award was established by his son, L. Renshaw Fortier, former Chairman of the Board of Trustees, in honor of his father who saw combat in four wars of the United States. The award is for a senior who has shown leadership in word and deed. 2021-2022 Recipient Matthew McGraw Sparks Family Fine Arts Award The Sparks Family Fine Arts Award is awarded to the senior whose contributions and achievements in the fine arts are notable. 2021-2022 Recipient Matthew Frank Grace Olin Jordan Literary Award The Grace Olin Jordan Literary Award was the first graduation award established by the Board of Trustees in 1972 and recognizes a student who has consistently demonstrated excellence in literary works. 2021-2022 Recipient Zachary Granados Perry Family Math, Science, and Technology Award The Perry Family Math, Science, and Technology Award is awarded to the senior who demonstrates excellence in math, science and technology. 2021-2022 Recipient Joseph “Tripp” Hanley

Co-Salutatorian Taylor Perry

The Moomaw Award The Moomaw Award is given in memory of W. Hugh Moomaw, Head of School from 1975 to 1986, to a senior who demonstrates a deep questioning and curiosity about life and the world around us. 2021-2022 Recipient Connor Smith Goodwin Shepherd Jordan Loyalty Award The Goodwin Shepherd Jordan Loyalty Award is given by former Head of Cape Henry, Anne Dickson Jordan Waldrop, in memory of her husband, G. S. Jordan, to a senior who has shown outstanding dedication, support and loyalty to the School. The award is designed to recognize a student or students whose commitment does not bring instant attention and public recognition. 2021-2022 Recipient Campbell Clay Arthur Peregoff Award The Arthur Peregoff Award is given in memory of Arthur Peregoff, Founder and former Board Chair, who fostered the spirit and supported the Mission of Cape Henry Collegiate. The award is given to a senior deemed worthy of recognition for his or her positive contributions to Cape Henry Collegiate. 2021-2022 Recipient Taylor Perry Daniel P. Richardson Commitment to Diversity Award The Daniel P. Richardson Commitment to Diversity Award is given to a senior who has been involved in student organizations that promote diversity, who embodies and personifies the principles of diversity and pluralism, and who has been a pioneer in efforts to make Cape Henry Collegiate a diverse environment. 2021-2022 Recipient Clyde “CJ” Bailey Cape Henry Collegiate Core Values Award The Cape Henry Collegiate Core Values Award is awarded to the senior who best exemplifies the four core values of the School: community, opportunity, scholarship and integrity. 2021-2022 Recipients Andrew Oliver and Luke Scheuer

Dr. Chris Garran with Valedictorian Matt McGraw SOUNDINGS MAGAZINE | SUMMER 2022

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Writing Her Future:

Adia Colvin

Adia was the writer and director of the 2022 student-directed play, The One About Kal

By Mrs. Alexandra Oglesby, Director of Communications Cape Henry Collegiate’s Adia Colvin has been selected as a Cooke College Scholar, granting her up to $55,000 annually for four years to attend college. As one of 100 recipients out of more than 5,000 applicants, Adia beat incredible odds to win the scholarship. Then, she did it again, earning one of 300 awards given annually by The Gates Scholarship, and again, winning one of about 45 scholarships awarded each Adia and mom Ms. Tiffany Smith at the year by the Ron Brown Scholar 2022 Cum Laude Society Ceremony Program. Despite the improbability of winning these three prestigious scholarships, Director of College Counseling Mrs. Liz Stello was not surprised. “Knowing Adia and who she is, these are appropriate for a young lady of her caliber and personality and abilities,” said Mrs. Stello. “The odds of not just getting one but several of these scholarships – it’s the first time it’s happened in my 17year career.” In ninth grade, Adia came to CHC as a Cooke Young Scholar, a highly selective program established for students with financial need. “I didn’t think private school was going to be an option for me,” Adia said. “With the scholarship, I realized I had more options educationally, and I picked the right one coming to Cape Henry.” Also a member of CHC’s Laila Serpe Distinguished Scholars Program, Adia’s tuition and school expenses have been covered by generous donors, for whom she is grateful. The money, however, is only part of the value of these programs.

Adia went on to write a play based on the Greek Pharaohs in middle school and perhaps even more impressively, convinced her classmates to act it out. At Cape Henry, she has written, acted in and directed multiple theater productions, revived the School’s literary magazine, and is now a member of the prestigious Cum Laude Society, awarded to students among the top 20% of their class. Still, Adia has moments of self-doubt. “Imposter syndrome is real. The past me, who’s put in a lot of work getting good grades and honing the skill of writing and creating – she deserves a lot of things and she’s a remarkable person,” Adia said. “It’s really hard to be kind to yourself in the present moment and accept those things.” Coupled with that uncertainty is a feeling of excitement, as Adia prepares to graduate and looks ahead to college. “Adia believes that good art takes you places,” said Ms. Lilienstern. Indeed it has, sending Adia on a path to Rhode Island, where she will continue to focus on her creative writing at Brown University. “The clearest idea I have is that I’m going to be writing,” Adia said. “I can’t imagine doing anything else.” The Cooke, Gates, and Ron Brown awards are great honors, and CHC Upper School English teacher Ms. Robyn Judge believes they are only the beginning for Adia. “We are probably looking into the face of a Pulitzer Prize winner,” Ms. Judge said. “She is one of the most talented creative writing students I’ve had the pleasure of mentoring. She is genuine, funny, and brilliant, all rolled into one.”

“Options aren’t something people from less fortunate socioeconomic backgrounds are aware of,” Adia said. “Knowing there are options is the first step in being able to flourish.” The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Young Scholars Program and Cape Henry Collegiate provided the opportunity to flourish, but Adia’s incredible potential was long evident. “Adia’s writing reveals a deep thinker who has followed her own path,” said College Counselor Ms. Rebecca Lilienstern. “That path started when she wrote a small book when she was nine years old.”

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Adia as Sandy Cheeks in SpongeBob the Musical


CLASS OF 2022:

Senior Scholars Taylor Perry

By Mr. David Willis, World Languages Department Chair

It’s not often you meet a high school senior who can confidently speak and write at a high level in a whopping four languages, with her sights set on even more. Taylor Perry has an remarkable list of achievements: co-salutatorian, a variety of faculty- and department-selected awards, acceptance to the Governor’s Spanish Academy, Cum Laude, National and Language Honor Societies, and more. She applies her language skills outside of school as well, learning Portuguese to help a Brazilian acquaintance feel more welcome in Virginia Beach and engaging with customers and fellow employees in their native Spanish while working a part-time job.

Leonard Huang

By Mrs. Tina Howard, Perry Library Faculty

Leonard Huang has an unusual ability to cheer and calm others, bringing a soothing atmosphere to any situation. He is a valued member of the National Honor Society, where he can be counted on to assist whenever he is available – which is often, because helping others is a priority for him. “I believe that relationships form the base of your mental strength and ability to grow. From assignments to life advice, the relationships you form within this close community will separate you from being a lost child to becoming a confident peer,” Leo said. “Your ability to laugh, struggle, relate to and understand others will be essential in understanding your future life and responsibilities.”

Clyde Bailey

By Mrs. Brooke Hummel, Assistant Head of School

On Mother’s Day morning, I opened my emails to scan through the last minute sales pushing flowers and jewelry but paused when I saw one from Clyde “CJ” Bailey. Upon opening the email, I immediately smiled reading the message:

Carter Oppleman

By Mrs. Deanna Stepanovich, Upper School World Languages Faculty

Each day, Carter Oppleman made his classmates and me smile. His sincere generosity and goodwill toward others made Cape Henry Collegiate a better place. It made our class “room” feel more like a class “home” where everyone felt welcomed and part of a special community. This summer, Carter has been selected to participate in the prestigious FBI FAIT Program for students interested in law enforcement, community safety and public service careers, as well as those interested in getting involved in community service. Carter proudly admitted that service to our country has always held a special place in his heart, which is why he plans to join the Air Force ROTC his second year at Virginia Tech. Carter will be majoring in Mathematics, a subject that “has always and will always” interest him.

Isabella Cooke

By Mrs. Brooke Hummel, Assistant Head of School

When Isabella Cooke graduates in May of 2022, she will be preparing for a very different college experience than the majority of her peers. Bella won’t likely be Snapchatting her new roomie to coordinate bedding and decor for her dorm room. Instead, Bella will be preparing for Cadet Basic Training at the United States Military Academy at West Point. While Bella admits some nerves around the demands of life in the Army, she has never shied away from a challenge during her time at Cape Henry and feels these past four years have helped push her. Bella will continue to rely on teammates on both the soccer field, as well as amongst the Corps of Cadets, as she will continue her athletic career at West Point.

“Happy Mother’s Day to all the selfless women who inspire, motivate, and remind us to be a better person every single day.” That is CJ: thoughtful and aware. He sent that message to several women on the Cape Henry Collegiate campus whom he describes as “bonus moms” and expresses his wholehearted appreciation for the love and support he has felt from every member of the CHC family over the past four years.

Scan the individual QR codes above with your smartphone to read the full text of each senior’s scholar feature. To view scholar features for other members of the Class of 2022 visit: capehenrycollegiate.org/classof2022

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NEXUS GLOBAL STUDIES:

South Africa

By Mrs. Alexandra Oglesby, Director of Communications

Cape Henry Collegiate’s Nexus Global Studies program takes students from Hampton Roads and turns them into citizens of the world, guiding them beyond their comfort zones and into experiences most travelers could only dream of. This year’s trip to South Africa, where students got to physically touch massive, endangered rhinoceroses as part of their conservation work, will go down as a defining journey in the program’s history. Chaperoned by Head of School Dr. Chris Garran and Assistant Head of Lower School Dr. Shamaine Williams, 15 students spent 10 days traveling between Johannesburg, the Nambiti Big 5 Private Game Reserve and St. Lucia. Although lavish accommodations are available at the 23,000-acre reserve, Nexus travelers went to a campsite deep into the bush, where they awoke one morning to see a giraffe wandering nearby. Nexus trips typically include service “There were animals all around us,” said rising junior Ephram Thompson. “It was animal-friendly. Peolearning opportunities. Students helped cut back bush encroaching ple-friendly is a stretch.” the road and repaired a fence line The group cooked over campfires and slept in tents in freezing nighttime conditions, giving them greater with the anti-poaching unit on the access to the area’s incredible biodiversity. reserve. “We just had a really great group. They were super positive,” said Dr. Garran. “Other than a few complaints about big spiders, they were awesome.” When they encountered creatures much, much larger than any spider, the group was unphased. True to its name, the reserve is home to lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and the African buffalo, commonly known as the Big Five. CHC students got stunningly close to two of the five. “I thought I’d go down there, see a few animals,” said Ephram. “I didn’t think I’d go down there and hold up a rhino.” During their work with a conservationist group, Ephram and his fellow students watched as a helicopter herded a rhinoceros calf away from its mother. The goal was to tranquilize and dehorn the mother, making her less appealing to poachers, who seek out and kill rhinos for their horns. When the rhinoceros went down, the vet called upon our students to help hold her up as he sawed off the horn. The second close encounter happened as the students tracked an elephant through the preserve. “That was exciting. We were just driving, taking pictures, and I think we aggravated the elephant,” said Dr. Williams. “He charged at us and we had to get out of there.” In addition to gaining a greater appreciation for nature, the group came back with gratitude for their everyday lives. During a visit to Dumisa Combined School, CHC students saw a level of In addition to the dehorning, stupoverty they’ve likely never encountered. dents also had a front row seat to the process of tracking and darting “To see kids digging in the trash can for food, it was an eye-opener,” said Dr. Williams. “I think a lot of them appreciate what they have here in America [...] and value education more. For me, leaving the school was the rhino. heart-wrenching.” While the Nexus students wanted to do even more for Dumisa, they had raised money to donate reusable menstrual cups, benefiting girls who struggle to afford feminine hygiene products. For Dr. Williams, who had known some of the students since prekindergarten, the maturity and growth exhibited during the trip filled her with pride. “Some of them want to travel more, a lot of them want to go back,” she said. “It was a great group of kids. I’d go anywhere with them.” Our CHC travelers weren’t the only early risers on the reserve! In addition to the big five, 40 additional game species, including giraffes, call Nambiti home.

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CHC students received a hands-on lesson in conservation by assisting Nambiti’s Wildlife Anti-Poaching Unit in dehorning a female white rhino and male black rhino.


nUPPER SCHOOL STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Junior/Senior Prom 2022 “Easily one of the best nights I’ve had in high school – it was so fun!” - Gavin Dooren ‘22 “Awesome evening – so much fun.” - Cooper Angilly ‘23 “The photo booth was so much fun – thanks for making this a great night.” - Emma Scott ‘23 “The casino tables were great – made for a fun night.” - Josh Holland ‘22 “Prom was absolutely amazing! Friends, limo, dresses. It was one of the best high school times ever.” - Izzy Myers ‘22 nBOARD OF TRUSTEES

New Trustees

By Ms. Reiley Beers '20

Mr. Matthew Audette '92 Mr. Matthew Audette '92 returns to Cape Henry Collegiate with the hope of making a difference in the lives of the students. Because Cape Henry made a difference in his life and allowed him to realize that his potential was unlimited, Mr. Audette hopes to pay forward the foundation that the school provided. Mr. Audette graduated from Virginia Tech and currently serves as the managing director and chief financial officer of LPL Financial in San Diego, CA, where he has contributed to the firm's growth and profitability.

Dr. Reena Talreja-Pelaez

Mr. BJ Hughes Mr. BJ Hughes is the father of Cole '25 and Sofia '27 and the president and co-founder of VIcom — Virginia Integrated Communications. With more than 20 years of experience as a business owner, entrepreneur and leader, Mr. Hughes has co-founded multiple successful businesses across various industries in Hampton Roads. Mr. Hughes was impressed with Cape Henry Collegiate’s handling of the pandemic and is excited to get involved with Trustees who have made a difference. He looks forward to seeing how the Center for Innovation and Performing Arts will provide incredible opportunities for our students.

Dr. Reena Talreja-Pelaez is a proud parent of Mateo ‘29 and Lola ‘31. As a Board of Trustees member, Dr. Talreja-Palaez looks forward to shaping the future of her own children’s education and giving back to the community she fondly remembers from her own years as a student. Dr. Talreja-Pelaez is an alum of the University of Virginia and Vanderbilt University Medical School. With more than 20 years of experience as a physician, she practices locally and serves as a fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

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nCOLLEGE COUNSELING NEWS

Trends in College Counseling By Mrs. Alexandra Oglesby, Director of Communications CHC CLASS OF 2022

BY THE NUMBERS

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Members of the Class of 2022

This fall, Cape Henry Collegiate’s 101 seniors will scatter to universities and colleges in 20 states, as well as the United Kingdom. “I don’t think I can remember a class that’s gone to every corner of the country,” said Director of College Counseling Mrs. Liz Stello. “I think that’s amazing.” Despite the COVID-19 pandemic shadowing half their Upper School experience, the Class of 2022’s accomplishments were remarkable. More than 80% of the class took at least one Advanced Placement exam, averaging a score of 3.9. They graduated with an average GPA of 3.8, and a majority of students who graduated cum laude were accepted by highly selective schools. While Mrs. Stello is proud of all those statistics, one stands out to her: 21 members of the Class of 2022 will attend a college where no other Cape Henry student currently attends, proving that these students are willing and ready for independence and new experiences. “During the pandemic, schools were shut down. They weren’t able to do a lot or have a lot to try, but they were still willing and ultimately chose to expand their comfort zone,” she said. “I’m always proud of that.” This year’s seniors were up against an unusually selective process as the priorities of colleges and universities change. Finances, campus resources, gender balance, diversity in terms of region, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation and more are all factored into whether a student will be accepted or not. “Institutional priorities are constantly shifting from year to year,” said Mrs. Stello. “Students were up against complete uncertainty, not only because of the pandemic but also because of the world we live in right now and what colleges are trying to create. That’s really hard as a 17-year-old kid, but I was impressed at their resilience and optimism.” CHC’s Class of 2022 was also more cognizant of cost than previous graduates, which contributed to a 10% spike in enrollment at in-state public colleges and universities. Impressively, 14 seniors will attend two highly selective in-state options: University of Virginia or William & Mary.

Our students will matriculate to 50 different schools.

94%

of the Class Applied Under an Early Decision and/or Early Action Plan

83%

of Seniors Took at Least One AP Exam

3.9 Average AP Score for 221 Exams Submitted

Average of six applications submitted per student. Seven graduates will participate in NCAA Division I athletics.

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By Mrs. Jill Qualters, Upper School Counselor On average, the child of a military parent will attend between six and nine schools between kindergarten and senior year, according to MilitaryOne Source. The Cape Henry Collegiate community is lucky to have more than 175 of these resilient, adaptable and flexible students. It was a pleasure to celebrate them in April for the Month of the Military Child. We get some of these military children for only a year or two as they hop around the world. In other cases, we get to see them grow from toddlers into teenagers. For all, we support their needs, meet them where they are educationally and socially, and get to know and value them as community members. As a prekindergarten through 12th grade school, Cape Henry Collegiate has the unique opportunity for our older students to mentor and connect with younger peers. Caitlin Gentry ‘23 knows exactly what it’s like to be a military kid. She has navigated several long deployments and has watched her dad fly away more times than she can count. It is through her personal lens that the idea for the Military Kids Club was born. Her goal is to provide a place where students can come together and discuss the unique challenges of the military lifestyle, as well as offer support for military families in our community. The Month of the Military Child gave Cape Henry Collegiate an opportunity to show that support. During April, the School hosted two events for military children to connect, play games and learn more about each other. Cookies were consumed, art was created and friendships were formed. On April 14, the entire CHC community was invited to wear purple to show support and love to the military students. As a way to further illustrate our strong military presence, each military-affiliated student was given a CHC Dolphin pin to wear. The day was a visual reminder of how many military families we have to thank and celebrate. We are grateful to students Caitlin Gentry, Grace Sawyer, Grace Reynolds, Tori Winans, Elizabeth Wright, Louisa Pengilly, Kate Qualters, Mary Burke and Alaina Hecker for making our Month of the Military Child events possible.

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CAPE HENRY

Legends

BREAKFAST AND WALK

By Mr. Brian Walker '95, Director of Marketing and Publications When one thinks of a legend, images of celebrities and giant personalities of the past come to mind. Around the corridors and spaces of Cape Henry Collegiate, the word takes on a more specific meaning. Here, a “CHC Legend” is a student who has attended since prekindergarten, kindergarten, or first grade. While these students have seen changes great and small since they first walked through the doors of The Sims Lower School between 2006 and 2010, friendships and partnerships have endured through the years.

Connor Smith '22 and Abby Glenn '22

“Being able to grow up alongside my fellow Legends has created a bond between us and played a big role in making the whole class feel like a family,” said Kate McCray '22. On May 19, the School community gathered to celebrate these remarkable students and their families at our annual Legends Breakfast and Walk. In this penultimate on-campus event of their senior year, students and their families gathered in Café Dolphin for breakfast and reflective words from administrators, faculty and staff, along with the Legends themselves. “From memories of playing foursquare to writing lab reports for Mr. Rodgers, Cape Henry has left an unforgettable impression on the entire Class of 2022, let alone Legends,” observed Legend Connor Smith '22 during his speech before the invited guests.

Ben Saunders '22

“I would like to give thanks to the teachers and the faculty for my time at Cape Henry,” said senior Nate Hayes. “I’ve enjoyed every single moment of it.” While the festivities wrapped up in the bistro, the youngest members of our campus gathered in the lobby and hallways of the Lower School. Adorned in apparel reflecting their favorite schools, they began to sing the School’s alma mater song as the guests of honor emerged from their breakfast. One by one, prekindergarten students walked hand-in-hand with their designated Legend, taking them on a trip down memory lane. “It’s so beautiful seeing these familiar faces walking through these halls one last time as students,” kindergarten teacher Mrs. Carolyn Scullion said. “I remember teaching so many of them.”

Kate McCray ‘22

Smiles, applause, high-fives and even some happy tears welcomed each student as they paraded by the very classrooms where they once attended class. “Having the privilege to watch these students’ growth from recess through graduation and from young children to responsible adults is a unique opportunity for faculty and staff at Cape Henry,“ said Safety, Transportation, and Risk Manager and former Lower School teacher Mr. Robert Woodhouse. The morning’s activities concluded with group photos of the Legends on the playground. As the students enjoyed one final recess as CHC students, it was apparent to all in attendance that the special connections these students formed over the years will endure well into the future. Class of 2022 Legends

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SPRING

ATHLETICS By Mr. Tyler Faubert '09, Assistant Athletic Director

High expectations and attainable goals set the tone for the 2022 Dolphin Athletics Season. The community welcomed the return of the spring season at Cape Henry Collegiate with palpable energy and excitement. With 13 college-bound student-athletes demonstrating the commitment to athletics from the Class of 2022, Cape Henry Collegiate began an all-out sprint beginning in early March, concluding with a baseball state championship, 42 Individual TCIS and VISAA distinctions and three CHC records to add to the already impressive team accomplishments. Featuring one of the most talented senior classes in program history, the VISAA quarterfinalist varsity girls soccer team presented Cape Henry Collegiate fans with the first victory of the 2022 spring season, moving on to win 12 games and finishing with a remarkable 37-goal differential and eight shutout victories. Joining soccer in the VISAA quarterfinals, varsity girls lacrosse embarked on a challenging 2022 schedule with impeccable senior leadership and immense talent throughout the roster. Finishing the year with seven wins and just under 200 goals, varsity girls lacrosse will look forward to the returning core of athletes in 2023. Sharing the turf, varsity boys lacrosse welcomed Mr. Bobby Merryman for his first year as head coach. Tasked with developing the program from the ground up, boys lacrosse produced six All-Conference athletes, with two positioned to lead the 2023 Dolphin lacrosse program and the solid defensive unit returning next season.

Consistently setting records and netting nine top-three finishes in the TCIS finals, varsity track and field garnered high expectations for the program’s future. Three CHC records were broken by two sophomore athletes ready to return alongside the entire 2022 roster. Another program on the rise and deserving of recognition, varsity coed crew witnessed a 70 percent growth in size in 2022, led by Mr. Bob Alpigini at the helm for his first year as the Dolphins’ head coach. As the strong returning core continues to improve on the water, varsity coed crew will look to increase the level of competition for a program rapidly gaining popularity. Another head coach in his first year, Mr. Conor Somers will continue leading the growth of varsity boys tennis, set to return to four of the top six courts. Among the returning athletes are a 1st Team All-TCIS Singles recipient and an All-TCIS Tournament recipient who are itching to guide the program to a TCIS Championship after climbing the tournament rankings to finish as the runner-up in 2022. On the links, varsity golf will look to replace the scoring from two All-TCIS recipients, leading the Dolphins to TCIS runner-up honors in 2022. Scoring a low of 151 and averaging a remarkable 165 on the year, varsity golf will seize the opportunity to enhance upon the five returning members to the 2023 program. Sharing the respective diamonds of Cape Henry Collegiate, varsity softball and varsity baseball finished the season with four of the most respected pieces of hardware from the TCIS and VISAA. As softball finished the year with more victories than seasons past and a program loaded with young talent, the Dolphins returned with the TCIS Sportsmanship award, perfectly capturing the integrity and community values displayed by the athletes throughout the year. Rounding out the 2022 Spring Athletic calendar, varsity baseball completed a historic trifecta season with the program’s first Division I State Title. Also sweeping the TCIS hardware under the leadership of TCIS and VISAA Coach of the Year Mr. Tim Hummel, varsity baseball boasts a return of 20 members of the historic roster in 2023. With the phenomenal 2021-2022 Athletic Calendar coming to a close, the real work begins as Strength and Conditioning Director Mr. Phil Reichhoff continues to prepare returning and incoming Dolphin athletes for rigorous seasons ahead.

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CLASS OF 2022:

ATHLETIC

Signings

By Mr. Tyler Faubert '09, Assistant Athletics Director

To be among the small percentage of high school student-athletes who go on to compete in college requires an immense amount of focus, determination, and commitment. Devoted to continuing the pursuit of athletic excellence, Cape Henry Collegiate will send 13 student-athletes on to compete at their respective colleges and universities in 2022-2023. After leading the Dolphins to three state championships in four years, varsity boys soccer captains Gavin Dooren and Kyle Usonis will continue their athletic excellence next year, with Dooren heading down the road to Old Dominion University and Usonis committed to Loyola University of Maryland. Joining Dooren and Usonis on the pitch, Virginia Marquette and Kate Shepherd will continue their respective soccer careers at Lynchburg University. Olivia Fout will take her talents to Auburn University, while Bella Cooke heads to the United States Military Academy at West Point. On the diamond, the Dolphins are equally proud to produce three collegiate baseball athletes. Kenny Schaedel will don the Yellow Jacket logo, playing for Georgia Tech University next year. Brendan Hawley has committed to Paul D. Camp Community College and Josh Holland is set to attend Bryant and Stratton College. In field hockey, Olivia Wallace will join two former Dolphins in Columbus, continuing the pipeline to The Ohio State University. George Cutler IV will travel to Ashland, Virginia, to compete for Randolph-Macon College basketball program. Rounding out the college commitments, Zach Granados will continue an impressive gymnastics career at the University of Michigan and Will Fryer will travel to the University of Tennessee to compete as a wing for the rugby team.

Bella Cooke

U.S. Military Academy at West Point WOMEN’S SOCCER

Brendan Hawley

Paul D. Camp Community College

MEN’S BASEBALL

Kyle Usonis

Loyola University of Maryland MEN’S SOCCER

Olivia Fout Auburn University WOMEN’S SOCCER

Gavin Dooren

Old Dominion University MEN’S SOCCER

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George Cutler IV

Randolph-Macon College MEN’S BASKETBALL

Will Fryer

University of Tennessee MEN’S RUGBY

Josh Holland

Bryant and Stratton College MEN’S BASEBALL

Kate Shepherd

University of Lynchburg WOMEN’S SOCCER

Zach Granados

University of Michigan MEN’S GYMNASTICS

Virginia Marquette University of Lynchburg WOMEN’S SOCCER

Kenny Schaedel

Georgia Tech University MEN’S BASEBALL

Olivia Wallace

The Ohio State University FIELD HOCKEY

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MR. TODD FELDMAN '98 Mr. Todd Feldman '98 recently moved back to Virginia Beach from New Smyrna Beach, Florida to join a wonderful medical practice. Mr. Feldman is a dermatology physician assistant and has working at Pariser Dermatology Specialists. Now that he is back in Hampton Roads, Mr. Feldman is looking forward to catching up with longtime friends and watching CHC lacrosse games with his nephew, Jack Berkowitz ‘30. MR. MOE STEVENSON '00 The alumni association welcomed Mr. Moe Stevenson '00 and his food truck My Mama’s Kitchen back to campus in May to host a lunch for the class of 2022. We welcomed the graduating class to the alumni association and enjoyed Mr. Stevenson’s delicious food. It was so wonderful to have Mr. Stevenson back on campus! 1 MRS. KAYLIN CARTER RASCHDORF '05 Mrs. Kaylin Carter Raschdorf '05 married in May to Mr. Jake Raschdorf in her parents’ backyard in Virginia Beach. Both of Mrs. Raschdorf’s children are CHC students, Raleigh entering kindergarten and Ainsley entering fourth grade in the fall. They are excited to be a blended family of six and currently reside in Chesapeake. Mrs. Raschdorf recently started a new job with Lumos Fiber, heading up the treasury department and her husband has started a local contracting business doing home repairs and renovations. 2 MR. PETER LEVITT '07 Congratulations to Mr. Pete Levitt on his recent engagement to Ms. Cindy Severi. Ms. Severi is a math teacher in Virginia Beach. Pete is working at Checkered Flag Toyota. They are planning the wedding for summer of 2023. MR. CARTER GIBSON '08 Mr. Carter Gibson '08 and his partner were married this past spring in Zermatt, Switzerland. 3 MR. COLES KEETER '10 AND MR. CECIL WARD '10 Congratulations to CHC alums Mr. Cecil Ward '10 and Mr. Coles Keeter '10 and their teammates for winning the Scot Creech Classic Golf Tournament hosted by Cape Henry Collegiate. All of our golfers enjoyed a beautiful day out on the course at the Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club! 4 MS. TRACIE ASPINWALL '12 Congratulations to Ms. Tracie Aspinwall as she performed at the 2022 Patriotic Festival in Norfolk over the Memorial Day Weekend. MR. THOMAS “MARTY” HOSKINS '12 Mr. Marty Hoskins was recently promoted to Patriot Missile senior test conductor at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. Patriot (MIM-104) is a long-range, all-altitude, all-weather air defense system to counter tactical ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and advanced aircraft.

DR. LEIGH ANNE KLINE '14 Congratulations to Dr. Leigh Anne Kline '14, who graduated from the Wake Forest School of Medicine. Dr. Kline matched at the University of Virginia for her residency in anesthesiology. MR. JACKSON SKEEN '14 Mr. Jackson Skeen '14 graduated from Yale Law School where he served as an articles and essays editor on the Law Journal. He will be moving to Billings, MT in August to clerk for a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. MS. HANNA BLEZNAK '15 In May of 2021, Ms. Hanna Bleznak '15 graduated from Moravian University with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. Since then Hanna has moved from her first job in Suffolk to work as an occupational therapist in Arlington, Virginia. Hanna is engaged and is planning a wedding for July of 2023. MS. MADISON LEVINE '18 In May, Ms. Madison Levine '18 graduated from Longwood University with a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management. As the vice president of her class, Ms. Levine was one of Longwood University’s student commencement speakers. In June, Ms. Levine began working for the Target Upstream Distribution Center in Suffolk as an operations manager. 2ND LT. JOSEPH BURROUGHS DAIL '18 On May 14, 2nd Lt. Joseph Burroughs Dail graduated from Hampden-Sydney College. He was commissioned into the Army National Guard as a second lieutenant and will be training to fly UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters at the US Army Aviation Base at Ft. Rucker in Alabama. 5 MS. JULIA SKEEN '18 Ms. Julia Skeen '18 graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University with a double major in Government and Justice and Peace Studies and a minor in Women and Gender studies. She will be living and working in Washington, D.C. MS. LAURA ZETTERVALL '18 In May, Ms. Laura Zettervall '18 graduated from Virginia Tech. She has returned to Virginia Beach, where she is employed by ADS, Inc.


2021-2022 ANNUAL REPORT SPECIAL RECOGNITION OF DONORS | THE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE TEAM MRS. JAIME HUTNICK DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT jaimehutnick@capehenry.org

MRS. MARGO WINANS '89 DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI PROGRAMS (BEGINNING AUGUST 15, 2022) margowinans@capehenry.org

MRS. DIANE CRUZ

FUNDRAISING AND EVENTS MANAGER dianecruz@capehenry.org

MS. BRITTANY LAURIE DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT brittanylaurie@capehenry.org

MRS. JULIE SCHERRER ENDOWMENT AND MAJOR GIFTS juliescherrer@capehenry.org

MRS. KAREN MASON

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE MAJOR GIFTS OFFICER karenmason@capehenry.org

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Anonymous Mr. Avraham Ashkenazi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Atherton, III / Atherton Construction & Development, Inc. * Mrs. Marcia K. Atherton Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Audette '92 Drs. Yugal Behl and Monika Madan Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Berlin Mr. and Mrs. David Bohannon * Cape Henry Parents' Association (CHPA) Langdon T. Christian, V / Langdon T. Christian, IV / Christian Family Foundation Mr. Bryan W. Compton / The Compton Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Compton Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Damuth Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dreyfus * Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ervin Mr. and Mrs. Brant A. Feldman Mr. and Mrs. Serban Ghenea Mr. Michael R. Gianascoli '89 Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hansen Mr. Edward M. Hewitt * Ms. Sara W. Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hillier, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Jaycox * James P. and Guzin N. Karides Mrs. Gabrielle and Mr. Robert Kenison Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Klimkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy R. McLendon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McSweeney MEB, Inc. / Mr. George B. Clarke, IV / Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ervin / Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Olmstead / Mrs. Laney Ettel '12 Mrs. Maureen E. Olivieri Mrs. Zelda and Mr. Bobby C. Patrick Mr. and Mrs. L. Ike Prillaman Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rachels Mr. and Mrs. George F. Shipp Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sparks Mrs. Patricia S. G. Syran and Mr. James Syran Mr. Bruce L. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Whitfield Mr. George H. Whitmore '88 and Dr. Melissa Lexier Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne, Jr.

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ANNUAL FUND HONOR ROLL OF DONORS |  E V E R E T T

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Founders' Circle

Head of School's Circle

Langdon T. Christian, V / Langdon T. Christian, IV / Christian Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dreyfus * Mr. and Mrs. Brant A. Feldman Mrs. Gabrielle and Mr. Robert Kenison Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Klimkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy R. McLendon Mr. and Mrs. George F. Shipp Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Antoun Mr. Avraham Ashkenazi / IAT International, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. John R. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Bunn Daniel and Virginia Burke * Mr. Bryan W. Compton Dr. Cliff and Mrs. Mandi Cutchins Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. Jonathan Paul Decker and Mrs. Caroline Creech Decker Mr. Andrew Ellis and Dr. Rachel Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Alan Faneca, Jr. Mrs. Angela C. and Mr. James D. Finley, III Mr. Jonathan Finn and Ms. Susan Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Gerald Mr. Michael R. Gianascoli '89 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hayes Mr. Longhao Huang and Dr. Ling Tuo Mrs. Brooke and Mr. Timothy Hummel Mrs. Nancy and Mr. Todd Jared Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H. Jared Drs. Kapil and Elleni Kapoor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lebel Mr. and Mrs. Dufferin McConnell Dr. John McGuigan, Jr. and Dr. Rebecca McGuigan Ms. Cheryl McLeskey Dr. Richard and Mrs. Kristen Myers Mrs. Alexandra and Mr. Trey Oglesby Mr. and Mrs. Cameron M. Proctor Dr. Shaun Rai and Dr. Holly Andersen Mrs. Florence T. Short Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Alan Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Thompson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Van Gilder '91 Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Virok Drs. Gail and John Walter, Jr. Mr. Ross G. and Mrs. Kristy R. Winfield '95 Mrs. Cheryl L. and Mr. Christos M. Xystros

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Chairman's Circle $10,000 - $19,999

Drs. Yugal Behl and Monika Madan Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Berlin Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Compton Mrs. Cassandra and Mr. James Cottrell Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cruz Duncan Family Charitable Fund / Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ervin Mr. and Mrs. Serban Ghenea Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Gilmore Ms. Sara W. Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McSweeney Mrs. Terri and Mr. Andy McSweeney Mrs. Maureen E. Olivieri Mrs. Zelda and Mr. Bobby C. Patrick Mr. and Mrs. L. Ike Prillaman Mr. Ronald Richards and Mrs. Lauren Boyette-Richards Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Wallace Mr. George H. Whitmore '88 and Dr. Melissa Lexier  E V E R E T T

S O C I E T Y

Trustees' Circle $5,000 - $9,999

Ms. Jennifer Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Allred Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Atherton, III Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Barnes Mrs. Anne Freeman Brooks '14 and Mr. Tyler Brooks '05 * Brown Advisory Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Caplan / Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Caplan / Armond and Rose Caplan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Damuth Mr. B. Cole Fackler and Mrs. M. Renee Fackler '06 Mr. Ronald Foster and Ms. Paris Saxton Dr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Garran Mr. Lance Goldner Ms. Katherine '81 and Mr. David Hamilton / Mr. T. Cecil Ward '10 /Mr. Carter S. Ward '21 Ms. Rebecca Hearring Mr. Edward M. Hewitt * Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hughes, III Ms. Christie Johnson Mrs. Courtney K. Kelly '06 and Mr. Colin M. Kelly '01 Dr. and Mrs. Noah Matilsky Mrs. Lesleyanne and Mr. Michael E. Mulkey '94 Mrs. Coleen Pellerito Mrs. Robin and Mr. Richard Ray Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Adam Strach Dr. Jorge Pelaez and Dr. Reena Talreja-Pelaez Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne

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Educators' Circle $1,500 - $2,499

Anonymous Mr. Brandon S. Allred '08 Ms. Marsha Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Eric Apperson Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Audette '92 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barton Dr. and Mrs. S. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bergman Mr. John and Mrs. Sherry Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Boyd '94 Scott and Heather Carr

Mr. Thad and Mrs. Barbara Carter Mr. and Mrs. Emile F. Cochet III Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Coleman, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Scot N. Creech Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Dement Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dixon / Norfolk Southern Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Darren Dorfman Mr. Christopher L. Dotolo Mrs. Sally Voight Dudley '88 and Mr. W. Trent Dudley '88 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Finn Dr. Kimberly Fischer and Mr. Rick Heyse Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Flowers III Ms. Pamela S. Glascock Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Green Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Haislip Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Harris / Bank of America Foundation Mrs. Caroline C. '03 and Mr. William G. Harrison '03 / Carrie S. Camp Foundation, Inc. Mr. Song Huang and Mrs. Yan Lin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Hughes Mrs. Jaime and Mr. Aaron Hutnick Mrs. Meigan Jared '85 and Mr. Timothy Jared Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keller Mr. David Kilby and Mrs. Stephanie Ipock Dr. and Mrs. Neal Klar Mr. and Mrs. Joe Larkin Mrs. Elizabeth and Mr. Adam LaVier Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Lindauer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marier Mr. Scott McGraw and Mrs. Wendy McGraw Mr. and Mrs. David McKnew Dr. and Mrs. Avi Meier / Crystal Clear Eye Surgeons Mr. and Mrs. Alan Nordlinger Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Osborne Ms. Susan T. Pender '74 and Mr. Daniel E. Beck Ms. Belinda Pleva Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Rashkind Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Saal '07 Mrs. Deborah M. and Mr. Chris A. Sanders * Mrs. Julie W. and Mr. Kevin P. Scherrer Mr. and Mrs. Allen Shaheen Mr. and Mrs. William P. Shepherd * Ms. Jeanne Short and Ms. Sherry White Mr. Steve J. Sims, II Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Smith / Norfolk Southern Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Snow Mr. Louis P. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. James Somers Dr. Robert and Mrs. Jennifer Squatrito Mr. and Mrs. George M. Temple, Sr. Mr. Skyler and Mrs. Chelsea Thomas Mr. Bruce L. Thompson Ms. Ling Xie

Why We Give… The Dorfman Family

REBECCA, DARREN, NOA '30, ARIE '34 We give to Cape Henry because we absolutely love it there! The school has made our children feel loved and we can see them thriving both in and out of the classroom. Our family loves the values being instilled in them at the school and the opportunities the schools provide to them. The girls are excited to join the Nexus program and participate in future community service programs.


Why We Give… The Strach Family

JENNIFER, ADAM, MAYA '24, PIPER '27, SAWYER '31 We donate to Cape Henry because the community of faculty, staff and fellow families is a supportive environment that has given all of our children the chance not only to grow but to thrive. From academics to athletics, auxiliary programs and everything in between, Cape Henry offers a nurturing program and an abundance of opportunities for all students. We want our children to continue to take advantage of these opportunities and for them to be available to future Dolphins for many generations.

Red and Gray $500 - $1,499

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Angilly Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Belak / Pfizer Foundation Match Programs Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery J. Berger Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Berman, Jr. / Progressive Insurance Foundation Mr. Aliaksandr Bratsiankou and Mrs. Tatsiana Bratsiankova Ms. Catherine C. Burniske '13 and Mr. Ben Rountree '12 Ms. Leah M. Burroughs Dr. William Carpenter, IV and Mrs. Carolyn Carpenter Mr. Philip and Mrs. LeAnne Casone Mrs. Leigh Anne and Mr. Howard G. Clay Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Creech '04 Mr. Rawley Thomas Dawson '14 Mrs. Lauri and Dr. Maulin M. Desai Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Doak Mrs. Laney Ettel '12 and Mr. Michael Ettel '12 Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Faubert Mr. Tyler W. Faubert '09 Mr. and Mrs. Rhyan Finch Mr. and Mrs. W. Erik Fink Mr. Wesley and Mrs. Elizabeth Flowers Mr. and Mrs. George Fox Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Friedman Mr. Jeffrey Garcia and Dr. Alissa Garcia Dr. Suzanne Brixey and Mr. Rodolfo J. Granados Mrs. Leesa M. and CDR R. Todd Hannah Dr. Elsie Harold Lans Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Harris '03 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hart Mr. Daniel Hathorn and Dr. Kristina Hathorn Mrs. Amber C. and Mr. Lance S. Hecker Mrs. Meredith and Mr. David Hills Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Hobbs Mr. James and Mrs. Shawn Holland Dr. Donald Jenkins and Dr. Leanelle Goldstein Dr. Bohdan Kaluzny and Mrs. Mariana Davidovitch-Kaluzny Mr. Johann Klemmack and Dr. Kris Irwin Mr. and Mrs. A. Chad Long Mr. Daniel Lujan Mrs. Kristyl Lyle Mr. and Mrs. William Marks Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marquette Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mavromatis Mr. and Mrs. Brian McClung Mr. Joseph McKnew and Dr. Katherine McKnew Ms. Shannon C. Megroz Mr. George A. Mirmelstein Mrs. Margaret and Mr. David Morland Mr. Wade Murray and Mrs. Lauren Michener Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Olivieri, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Olivieri Mr. and Mrs. James Owen Mr. and Mrs. George G. Phillips, Jr. Mr. Chris and Mrs. Jessica Poyner Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presnell Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rhem, Jr.

Mr. Louis and Mrs. Leslie Schager Mr. Walter and Mrs. Stacey Seim Mr. Benjamin and Mrs. Kelly Shanno Mrs. Kathleen K. and Mr. Kevin D. Sharp Ms. Johanna A. Slipow '08 Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Slipow CDR Nathaniel Spurr and Mrs. Casey Spurr Mrs. M. Ashmore Standing Taylor '11 David and Connie Stockmeier Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Taber Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Templeton, II Mrs. Deanna and Mr. Henry L. Thompson Jr. Dr. Ken Tiffany and Dr. Julie Tiffany Mr. Clayton Tourault '06 and Mrs. Jocelyn Tourault '05 The Honorable Winship C. and Mr. Guy K. Tower Dr. Giorgi Tserediani and Dr. Maia Nizharadze Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Urso Mr. and Mrs. Cees Van De Mortel Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vassiliou Mr. William D. and Mrs. Kathryn M. Wagner Mr. Scott and Mrs. Olga Washburn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. White Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Whittemore / Capital Concrete Mrs. Sarah Williams and Mr. Michael Lewis Dr. Shamaine Williams Mr. Matthew R. and Mrs. Margo H. Winans '89

Dolphin Circle UP TO $499

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Abshire Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen Ms. Linda Ames Ms. Jasmine Amitay Mr. Robert B. Apperson '14

Ms. Virginia A. Apperson '16 Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Armstrong Ms. Linda M. Arrington Mr. Hunter F. Atherton '16 Mr. Randall and Mrs. Patricia Baetz Mr. and Mrs. Nick Baggett Mr. Stephen B. and Mrs. Barbara J. Ballard Mr. Jon Baron Dr. Lynsey A. Bates '03 and Dr. Beau Burwell Mrs. Kathy Baumgardner Mrs. Linda M. and Dr. Mark L. Bawcom Ms. Reilly S. Bawcom '18 Ms. Renee C. Bawcom '18 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Behr Mr. Graham Y. Bergen '11 Ms. Elise Berkowitz Mr. Clark J. Berlin '16 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Berry Miss Brittany A. Bertolino '08 Ms. Lourdes Bianco Mr. Kerry and Mrs. Linda Bierma Ms. Sheila Bogart Mrs. Krista and Mr. James Booth Mr. Michael Bosler and Mrs. Nancy Malone Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Bouch Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Braham / Pfizer Foundation Match Programs Mr. Robert L. Brehm Ms. Donna P. Brehm Mr. Jay Brixey Mr. Douglas L. and Jeanne M. Brobst Mr. and Mrs. Macon F. Brock, III '90 Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brooks Miss Allyson M. Brooks '08 Mr. Kennerly and Mrs. Constance Brown Mr. Lane and Mrs. Jacqueline Brown Ms. Lucinda Brown Mrs. Wendy and Mr. John Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joshua H. Brown

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CDR and Mrs. Thomas J. Browning Ms. Christiana Brueggemann Ms. Amanda Bryer Mr. David Bufogle / Finis Morgan Family Foundation Ms. Carol A. Bulkeley Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Burgess, Jr. '03 Mr. Carl and Mrs. Stephanie Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Burton, III Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Busk Mrs. Gabrielle '03 and Mr. Rey Cabreros Mrs. Ashleigh Cake Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camp Mrs. Shelley Camp and Mr. Joseph Camp, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Carter Miss Lindsay A. Castleberry '13 Miss Brooke H. Castleberry '15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Caudron Mr. Patrick and Mrs. Jessica Cecchini Mrs. C. Blair Cespedes '92 and Mr. Mike Cespedes Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cespedes Mr. Jared M. Chalk '01 Mr. and Mrs. Art Chapman Mr. Leonard and Mrs. Phyllis Chorazy Ms. Kelly M. Christianson Ms. Johanna Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clarke Mr. Connor G. Clay '21 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clifford Mrs. Jennifer and Mr. Mark Cockrell Mr. and Mrs. Erik P. Cofer Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner Ms. Cynthia B. Coureas Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Crain Dr. and Mrs. Louis Croteau Ms. Louise Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Les Dalenberg Mr. and Mrs. Albert Daly Dr. Bonnie Damron Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams Darden, IV '74 Mrs. Sheryl J. and Mr. Timothy H. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. W. Deanes Mr. Benjamin A. Dease '95 Ms. Polly W. Decker Mrs. Bess Decker Ms. Sarah Decker Mr. Randall F. DeMille '89 Mr. Craig Dewey and Ms. Stacey Jackson Ms. Kim Dooren Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Doron Elizabeth T. Dorroh '13 Mr. W. Keith Dow LTCDR and Mrs. Dean Downing Ms. Marina Downing Dr. R. Paige Downs and Mr. Jayson Downs Mrs. Barbara P. DuBois Mr. Mason T. Dudley '21 Ms. Sydney E. Dudley '18 Mrs. Kristin E. '94 and Mr. Jason Dydo Miss Mary K. Easton '11 Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Easton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Edenfield Mr. William and Mrs. Stefanie Edgar Ms. Margaret P. Edgerton Mr. and Mrs. Doug Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Eichner Ms. Andrea M. Elliott Miss Chandler E. Ettel '11 LT COL and Mrs. Marcel Exterkate Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Facemire Mrs. Nancy Feigenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Filer Ms. Kimberly Fillius Mr. Kurt Finguerra Mr. and Mrs. John Finguerra Mr. and Mrs. Lowery D. Finley, III Miss Caroline F. Finley '11 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Flax Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Flax Mrs. Stephanie L. and Mr. William G. Fluharty Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Micaela Lesyshyn Folkes '03

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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fore Mr. Ronald and Mrs. Carolyn Foresta Ms. MaryCarolyn G. France Ms. Michelle L. Frasher Mr. Henry and Mrs. Anne Freeman Mr. Robert and Mrs. Susan Frey Ms. Jamie L. Friedman '19 LTC and Mrs. Patrick Fryer Mrs. Juanita Fuller Mr. Almarris Fuller Mrs. Connie W. and Mr. F. Dudley Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Gallagher, Sr. Mr. Fidel and Mrs. Perla Garcia Ms. Jennifer Gartrell Ms. Katherine Gelwick Mr. and Mrs. Khaled Ghaly Drs. David and Deena Gilbert Mr. Glen and Mrs. Jessica Gilera Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Gill Ms. Darcy Gill '99 Mrs. Elena Gimenez Mr. David P. Goldman '89 Mr. Edmund and Mrs. Marcia Rae Goldsticker Ms. Kensey M. Gooch '10 Mr. and Mrs. Erik Gordon Dr. and Mrs. Bernie Grablowsky Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Granados Mrs. Sylvia Gray Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gray, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. Gregory Ms. Patricia A. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gross Dr. Erik and Mrs. Sonya Grossgold Mr. William and Mrs. Kalia Guheen Mr. Charles and Mrs. Jennifer Guido Mr. Hongzi Guo and Mrs. Aiyi Liu Mrs. Susan G. and Mr. Jon R. Hagadorn Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hall Ms. Leslie Guidry and Mr. Mark A. Hall, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. and Patricia B. Halstead Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. Halverson Mr. Kenneth and Mrs. Roberta Haney Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hansen Mr. Tim Harding and Ms. Christine Timmermans Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Hardy Mr. and Mrs. David Harrington Mrs. Connie T. and Mr. Scott G. Harris Mr. Robert and Mrs. Patricia Harris Mrs. Susan M. and Mr. Michael T. Harris Miss Elizabeth B. Harrison '91 CDR and Mrs. Jack Harrison, III Mr. Tony and Mrs. Richelle Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Leif J. Hauge Miss Khajaé S. Hester '12 Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hines Ms. Mckayla Hojnacki Mr. and Mrs. G. Zeb Holt Mrs. Tina Howard Mr. and Mrs. John Hoye, Jr. Mr. Jie Huang and Mrs. Liming Li Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Huffman Dr. and Mrs. Felix A. Hughes, III Mr. Matthew and Mrs. Vanessa Hummel Mr. Lance Hurdle Mr. Paul Irwin Mr. Alasdair and Mrs. Emma James Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. James Ms. Dinny Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Vern Jensen, Jr. Mr. John A. Jepson '12 Ms. Kim M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jones Mr. Avary Jones and Mrs. Latisha Thornton-Jones Mr. Paul Avery Jones Ms. Colby M. Jones '17 Ms. Robyn Judge Mrs. Heidi Kaiktsian Mr. Ilya Kalikin & Mrs. Oxana Illarionova Ms. Mary S. Kanakaris

Mr. and Mrs. James Kauber Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Keenan Mr. W. Coles Keeter '10 Mrs. Sarah and Mr. Samuel Kelbaugh Mrs. Mary Anne Kellam Ms. Julia Keller Mr. Charles Kenison Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy Mr. William Kenney and Ms. Alice Harrill Ms. Molly S. Kent '84 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Keogh Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kerbin Ms. Elizabeth Kezman Ms. Katherine M. King '12 Mr. Andrew and Mrs. Esther Kline Mr. Luke A. Kohart '10 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kubicki Ms. Suzanne G. Kucera Mr. Jonathan and Mrs. Donlyn Kwedar Mr. and Mrs. James Laing, Jr. Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Amy LaMontagne Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lampkin Ms. Kerri A. Land Ms. Crystal D. Lans Mr. Robert and Mrs. Karen Lash Ms. Brittany Laurie Mrs. Nicole A. Lauruska Ms. Jennifer K. Lee '10 Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Leiderman Mr. David A. Leon Mr. Wiley C. Levine '21 Mr. Ernie Lewis Ms. Mary Frances Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis Mrs. Catherine and Dr. John P. Lewis Ms. Rebecca Lilienstern Rev. Ed and Mrs. Barbara Lindgren Mr. Paul and Mrs. Amy Lindgren Mr. and Mrs. Sammie L. Logan, Jr. Ms. Marta E. Long '00 and Mr. Walt Adams Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Lyons Mr. Ron Macleay Dr. and Mrs. David and Pat Malin Mr. George and Mrs. Susan Manaskie Mr. Michael and Mrs. Andrea Manaskie Ms. Madison C. Marchbank '08 Ms. Susan Markley Mr. and Mrs. David Marks Mr. Michael Maroon '11 Mrs. Nancy P. Marscheider Ms. Anne Martel Mr. Samuel Martin and Mrs. Amy Martin Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Martin, Jr. Mrs. Karen C. and Mr. Michael J. Mason Mr. William H. Mason '12 Mrs. Megan Mattson Mr. and Mrs. John McCormack Mr. Peter F. McCoy '88 / Norfolk Machine & Welding, Inc. * Mr. and Mrs. John P. McCray Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. McCray Mr. and Mrs. DT McGrattan Mary Kate K. McGuigan '30 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff McGuiness Mr. Ronald K. and Mrs. Terri W. McIntosh Mr. Keegan O. McLaughlin '10 Mr. and Mrs. David McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Porter McNeill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. McRae, III Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. McSweeney Mrs. Jacqueline Melendez Mr. and Mrs. Davis R. Mellott Mrs. Angel Richardson Mickens '07 Dr. and Mrs. Edward Miller Mr. Wayne and Mrs. Roxanne Mills Ms. Mirmelstein and Mr. Geklinsky Mr. Ethan Mitchell-Stanfield '14 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mobley Mrs. Elizabeth R. and Mr. John K. Moore, Jr. Dr. Jonathan Moretz


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Morris Mr. George and Mrs. Cindy Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Mulkey Mr. Jason Murphy and Mrs. Colby E. Murphy '97 Ms. Mary Ellen Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Naglik MSgt and Mrs. Cyrus S. Nator Mrs. Lindsey Frantz Noel '04 and Mr. James Noel Mrs. Nicole and Mr. Jeffrey Nowak Mrs. Katie and Mr. David B. Oakley Mr. John A. and Mrs. Dorothy Oberlander Ms. Paula O'Connor Mr. Michael Olivieri and Mrs. Chelsea Jenkins Ms. Laurie Olson Mr. Michael and Mrs. Sue O'meara Ms. Isolde Oppleman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Orsini Mr. Steven and Mrs. Liisa Ortegon Mr. and Mrs. Michael Owen Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Palmer Ms. Lisa I. Panelo '96 Mr. Stephen Panepinto and Ms. Heather Lee Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parker Mr. Ashish M. Patel '05 / Beachside Social Miss Madisen B. Patrick '19 Miss Morgan B. Patrick '16 Dr. and Mrs. Gary Payman Mr. and Mrs. Edrick A. Peake Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Pence, Jr. Miss Emily G. Pence '15 Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Brian Perry Mr. and Mrs. Jim Petit Mr. and Mrs. Quint Piekney Mrs. Sara E. and Mr. Ray W. Pierce Mr. Mark A. Pike '00 Ms. Tracey Pinkin Mr. Adam and Mrs. Sarah Pitzen Mrs. Susan A. '88 and Dr. Russell B. Poe / Pfizer Foundation Match Programs Dr. Rainer N. Poley '97 Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Poppen Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Poulos Mr. Edward L. and Mrs. Janet S. Puckett CDR and Mrs. John Qualters Ms. Judy Rachels Mr. Andrew N. Rachels '20 Mrs. Kaylin Carter Raschdorf '05 Mr. Daniel G. Rashkind '95 Mr. Philip A. Reichhoff '12 Mrs. Rita W. '82 and Mr. Michael Rendon Ms. Giuliana M. Rescigno Mrs. Ericka Ricks Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts Ms. Linda K. Robichaud Mrs. Eileen and Mr. Christopher Roblee Mr. Jim and Mrs. Pam Rocco Mr. Thomas E. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Rod Rodriguez Ms. Carolina Roque-Camarasa Mrs. Charmaine Rosenfield Mr. Kevin D. Royster and Mrs. Janisse Escalante Mr. and Mrs. Bryan P. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Savvas Sakkadas Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Salomonsky Dr. Trang Salzberg Ms. Tina L. Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Sanchez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Sauerbrei Mrs. Theresa Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Sawyer, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schindler Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Scolnick Ms. Nancy Scolnick Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Scott Mrs. Carolyn W. and Mr. William J. Scullion, Jr. Mr. David and Mrs. Sharon Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Shain Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shalibo

Mr. Randy and Mrs. Diane Shanno Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Shipley, III Ms. Rachael E. Sifen '20 Ms. Sheryl Simon Ms. Christy Simoncini Mrs. Laurie B. '79 and Mr. Scott Simpson Mr. Brian Smith and Ms. Christine Howe Mr. Alexander M. Smith '03 Mr. Jeffrey W. Smith Mr. Zachary Smith Mr. Douglas G. Smith Mr. William E. Snyder '10 Ms. Carrie Snyder Ms. Terry T. Soady Mr. and Mrs. John Somers Mr. Aedan J. Somers '19 Mr. Conor V. Somers '16 Mr. Flynn A. Somers '20 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Souther Mrs. Kathy Spadea Mr. George and Mrs. Ethel Spady Miss Madison H. Spear '14 Mr. Thomas Spivey Mr. and Mrs. Andy St. Sing Mr. Tom Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanley Dr. Lee Anne Steffe Mrs. Elizabeth Stello and Mr. Andrew Stello Ms. Deanna L. Stepanovich Mr. Griffin J. Stewart '14 Mr. Tom and Mrs. Cindy Stickney Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stockmeier Mr. Robert and Mrs. Evelyn Stone Ms. Brenda Morison Stone Ms. Dana Suess Mr. Jarrod Suess Mr. and Mrs. Rick C. Tamburino Mr. and Mrs. Jon P. Tangredi Mr. Samuel T. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Renny Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Steven Tegtmeyer CAPT and Mrs. Tim Thomassy Ms. Mattie M. Thornton Mr. Christopher M. Tobin '15 Mrs. Carolyn and Mr. Michael Tolson Mr. and Mrs. Enrique L. Tomeu Mr. Jonathan Torch Mr. Nghia Truong Ms. Dana J. Truxell '89 Drs. Vasil Tsiskarishvili and Marika Gelashvili Ms. Paige Tucker '88 and Mr. Jason Gossman Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Tuggle Mr. Dwayne Ulee and Mrs. Natasha Parker Mr. August Vander Werff Mr. and Mrs. Ron Verschelde Mr. David A. Vigil and Ms. Sarah Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Villers Virginia Medical Eye Center Mr. and Mrs. David Voth Ms. Rachael A. Wagner '00 and Mr. Sam Abrams Mr. Brian T. Walker '95 Ms. Donna Walz

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Warden Dr. Robert C. Webb and Mrs. Diane Hart-Webb Mr. and Mrs. Don West Ms. Phyllis Wheaton Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whetstone Dr. and Mrs. John V. Whitbeck Ms. Kathleen White Mrs. Shannon M. and Mr. Richard Whitney Miss Margaret T. Whittemore '10 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Wight Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilkinson Mrs. Lullah Williams Mr. David Willis Mr. Thomas Wood Mr. and Mrs. Ken Woods Mr. John and Mrs. September Yancone Ms. Marilyn Yochum Mr. Philip and Mrs. Sandra Yorke Mr. and Mrs. Moises Yoselevitz Mr. Long Zhang and Ms. Xin Yu Chen Mrs. Tricia and Mr. Quinn Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Steve Zuckerman Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zuckerman

Class of 2022

Nicolas C. Cruz '22 Brendan M. R. Exterkate '22 Davis C. Franta '22 Zachary C. B. Granados '22 Ryan L. Halverson '22 Samantha J. Hillier '22 Emma E. Krooner '22 Ailis G. Lindgren '22 Matt C. McGraw '22 Rebecca P. McSweeney '22 Gregory Melvin '22 Andrew Oliver '22 Anna T. Ruane '22 Benjamin R. Saunders '22 Luke H. Scheuer '22 Haozhan Tang '22 Hongyu Wei '22 Zitong Yang '22 Kaden Zeliff '22 Junzhe Zhou '22

Cape Henry Collegiate's Students' Assistance Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bass Mr. Michael R. Gianascoli '89 Dr. Carol Morgan and Mr. Paul Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rachels Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sparks Mr. George H. Whitmore '88 and Dr. Melissa Lexier

Why I Give… Emma Krooner '22 Cape Henry defines a huge portion of who I am today. Because of this, I wanted to give back and allow for the same opportunities afforded to me to be afforded to current and future students.

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2021-2022 ANNUAL REPORT

ANNUAL FUND EMPLOYEE DONORS Mr. Greg Angilly Mrs. Leah Armstrong Mrs. Linda Bawcom Mrs. Christine Behr Mrs. Krista Booth Mrs. Dorothy Bouch Mrs. Wendy Brown Ms. Amanda Bryer Ms. Carol Bulkeley Mrs. Jessica Burgess Ms. Leah Burroughs Mrs. Gabrielle Cabreros '03 Mrs. Ashleigh Cake Mrs. Shelley Camp Dr. Bill Carpenter Mrs. Denise Caudron Ms. Kelly Christianson Mrs. Leigh Anne Clay Mrs. Jennifer Cockrell Mr. Erik Cofer Mrs. Diane Cruz Mrs. Sherry Davis Mrs. Joey Deanes Mrs. Lauri Desai Ms. Kim Dooren Mrs. Lisa Edenfield Ms. Andrea Elliott Mr. Tyler Faubert '09 Mr. Ed Faubert Mrs. Nancy Feigenbaum Ms. Kim Fillius Mrs. Angie Finley Mrs. Stephanie Fluharty Mr. Willy Fluharty Ms. Michelle Frasher Mrs. Alison Sykes-Fryer Dr. Christopher Garran Ms. Katherine Gelwick Mrs. Elena Gimenez Mrs. Leigh Gregory Mr. Charles Guido Mrs. Susan Hagadorn Mr. Mark Hall Mrs. Leesa Hannah Dr. Elsie Harold Lans Mrs. Connie Harris Mrs. Susan Harris Mrs. Brooke Harrison Mrs. Amanda Hayes Mrs. Amber Hecker Mrs. Meredith Hills Ms. Mckayla Hojnacki Mrs. Tina Howard Mrs. Brooke Hummel Mr. Lance Hurdle Mrs. Jaime Hutnick Ms. Kim Johnson Ms. Robyn Judge Mrs. Heidi Kaiktsian Ms. Mary Kanakaris

Mrs. Sarah Kelbaugh Mrs. Gabrielle Kenison Ms. Crystal Lans Ms. Brittany Laurie Mrs. Nicole Lauruska Ms. Rebecca Lilienstern Mr. Sammie Logan, Jr. Mr. Daniel Lujan Mrs. Krissy Lyle Mrs. Amy Martin Mrs. Karen Mason Mrs. Megan Mattson Mr. Scott McGraw Mrs. Jackie Melendez Mrs. Liz Moore Mrs. Peggy Morland Mrs. Lesleyanne Mulkey Mrs. Nicole Nowak Mrs. Katie Oakley Mrs. Lex Oglesby Ms. Laurie Olson Mr. Steven Palmer Mr. Edrick Peake Mrs. Sara Pierce Ms. Tracey Pinkin Mrs. Jill Qualters Mr. Phil Reichhoff '12 Mrs. Ericka Ricks Ms. Linda Robichaud Mrs. Eileen Roblee Mr. Tom Rodgers Ms. Carolina Roque-Camarasa Mr. Bryan Rudolph Mrs. Debbie Sanders

Mrs. Julie Scherrer Mrs. Lauren Scolnick Mrs. Carolyn Scullion Mr. Kevin Shain Mrs. Kathleen Sharp Ms. Jeanne Short Ms. Christy Simoncini Mr. Jeff Smith Mr. Chris Souther Mr. Thomas Spivey Mrs. Casey Spurr Mrs. Amy St. Sing Mr. Tom Stahl Mrs. Elizabeth Stello Ms. Deanna Stepanovich Ms. Brenda Stone Mr. Jarrod Suess Mrs. Jody Tangredi Mrs. Diane Tegtmeyer Mrs. Deanna Thompson Mr. Jonathan Torch Mr. Nghia Truong Mr. August Vander Werff Mr. Brian Walker '95 Mr. Jeff Warden Mrs. Keri Whitfield Mrs. Shannon Whitney Mrs. Amy Wight Mrs. Sarah Williams Dr. Shamaine Williams Mr. David Willis, Jr. Mrs. Margo Winans '89 Ms. Ling Xie Mrs. Trish Zimmerman

Why We Give… The Whitfield Family

KERI, MARK, KYLE '29, KAITLYN '31 We give to Cape Henry because we love the community of family CHC offers to our children! The focus on creating a positive, forward-thinking and individualized education will guide them to many opportunities in the future.

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2021 RACE AT THE CAPE SPONSORS Presenting Sponsors Behl Orthodontics Dentistry of Virginia Beach Rai Oral Surgery and Dental Implants Platinum Sponsor Coastal Hearing and Balance Solutions

Gold Sponsor Cavalier Auto Group Chesapeake Bay Rubber and Gaskets General Dentistry 4 Kids Kimberly Denton Pathway Realty Group Sam Martin, Realtor United Property Associates

Silver Sponsor Allegra Hampton Roads Denton Realty Frieden Wealth Management Goodove Oral Surgery and Dental Implants Mulkey & Company P.C. Bronze Sponsor Beach Eye Care

2022 SCOT CREECH CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT SPONSORS First Tee Sponsor Cavalier Auto Group

Hole Sponsors Atherton Construction & Development Inc Cameron Chemicals, Inc. Campbell, Johnson & Earl Wealth Management Group Chesapeake Bay Rubber & Gasket Co., Inc. Commonwealth Payroll, Inc./EDC Homes The Creech Family Custom Panel and Controls/Brian Perry Damuth Trane

FCI Towers, The Leaders in Communication Development and Construction Freedom Outdoors Gilbert Eyecare Hybrid Air, Inc. Jon Decker Real Estate / Berkshire Hathaway Towne Realty k5k: A Run for Kendra KlarVoorheesHolmes Orthodontics Ron and Cindy Kramer MEB General Contractors Mental Health Wellness Center The Myers Family

Norfolk Marine Company Pipaya PURE Insurance RST Development The Saal Family Southern Bank Tidewater Finance Company TPMG Orthopedics Tranquest Virginia Drywall, Inc. W.C. Carpenter Waverton Associates, Inc.

2022 GRAND AUCTION SPONSORS $10,000 Diamond Dolphin Sponsor Behl Orthodontics $5,000 Gold Dolphin Sponsor Cottrell Contracting Corporation $2,500 Silver Dolphin Sponsors CV International / Capes Shipping Agencies Damuth Trane

$1,000 Bronze Dolphin Sponsors Cavalier Ford Lincoln CHPA Christie Johnson David Kilby and Stephanie Ipock ReavesColey PLLC Southern Bank $500 Dolphin Sponsors The Adamson Family Back Bay Gourmet, Bistro & Market Bruce and Joan Berlin Robert “Skip” Brehm

Capital Concrete, Inc. Coastal Aesthetics and Contouring MedSpa Scott and Sharon Debb Scott and Christina Duncan Hercules Fence Kevin and Lori Keller The Keogh Family Noah and Paola Matilsky The Oliver-MacLeay Family Pathway Realty Group The Patrick Family Drs. Savage, Sabol & Visser Orthodontics Ziemer Real Estate

2022 GRAND AUCTION - LIVE AUCTION WINNERS Mrs. Anne Freeman Brooks ‘14 and Mr. Tyler Brooks ‘05 Mrs. Jess and Mr. Charles Buppert Mr. Philip and Mrs. LeAnne Casone

Dr. R. Paige Downs and Mr. Jayson Downs Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Green Captain and Mrs. Adam Halstead Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hansen

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Keller Mr. David Kilby and Mrs. Stephanie Ipock Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Klimkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Smallwood, III

2022 GRAND AUCTION - SILENT AUCTION WINNERS CDR and Mrs. Robert Alpigini Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Barnes Mr. Doug Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Bouch Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Boyd '94 Mr. Ronald Richards and Mrs. Lauren Boyette-Richards Mr. and Mrs. Joshua H. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joshua K. Brown Miss Alexandria K. Burns '09 Ms. Leah M. Burroughs Mrs. Gabrielle '03 and Mr. Rey Cabreros Mrs. Shelley Camp and Mr. Joseph Camp, Jr. Mr. Philip and Mrs. LeAnne Casone Ms. Kelly M. Christianson Ms. Jaq Clark Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Coleman, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Creech '04 Elke Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. Craig Dewey and Ms. Stacey Jackson Mrs. Sally Voight Dudley '88 and Mr. W. Trent Dudley '88 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Earll Ms. Cynthia Eaton Mr. Andrew Ellis and Dr. Rachel Ellis

Mr. and Mrs. Brant A. Feldman Ms. Kimberly Fillius Mr. Jonathan Finn and Ms. Susan Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gray, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Green Mr. William and Mrs. Kalia Guheen Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hansen Mr. Tim Harding and Ms. Christine Timmermans Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Harris Mrs. Debra G. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hobbs Mrs. Jaime and Mr. Aaron Hutnick Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Jordan Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Karsanac Dr. and Mrs. Michael Kavanaugh Mrs. Gabrielle and Mr. Robert Kenison Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keogh Mr. David Kilby and Mrs. Stephanie Ipock Ms. Tina Kilby Mr. Johann Klemmack and Dr. Kris Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Klimkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Marzano Dr. and Mrs. Noah Matilsky Mr. and Mrs. Brian McClung Mr. and Mrs. David McKnew Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy R. McLendon

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McSweeney Mr. Arthur and Mrs. Paula Mueller Mr. Wade Murray and Mrs. Lauren Michener Dr. Richard and Mrs. Kristen Myers Mrs. Alexandra and Mr. Trey Oglesby Mr. James D. Oliver and Ms. Jean M. MacLeay Mrs. Christinne and Mr. Steven Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pengilly Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Scheuer Mr. Walter and Mrs. Stacey Seim Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Smallwood, III Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Speight Mr. and Mrs. Adam Strach Ms. Lindsey Taylor Mrs. Deanna and Mr. Henry L. Thompson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Van Gilder '91 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vassiliou Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Villers Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Walck, Jr. Mr. Brian T. Walker '95 Mr. Scott and Mrs. Olga Washburn Mr. Ross G. and Mrs. Kristy R. Winfield '95 Mr. Matthew and Mrs. Stephanie Wright Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne, Jr.

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2022 GRAND AUCTION - RAISE THE PADDLE DONORS Ms. Jennifer Adamson Ms. Jasmine Amitay Mr. and Mrs. Greg Angilly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Atherton, III Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Barnes Drs. Yugal Behl and Monika Madan Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bergman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Boyd '94 Mr. Robert L. Brehm Mrs. Anne Freeman Brooks '14 and Mr. Tyler Brooks '05 CDR and Mrs. Thomas J. Browning Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Bunn Ms. Catherine C. Burniske '13 and Mr. Ben Rountree '12 Ms. Leah M. Burroughs Mr. Philip and Mrs. LeAnne Casone Mr. Patrick and Mrs. Jessica Cecchini Ms. Johanna Clark Mr. and Mrs. Emile F. Cochet III Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Coleman, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Conklin Mrs. Cassandra and Mr. James Cottrell Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Creech '04 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Dement LTCDR and Mrs. Dean Downing Dr. R. Paige Downs and Mr. Jayson Downs Mrs. Sally Voight Dudley '88 and Mr. W. Trent Dudley '88 Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Edenfield Mr. Andrew Ellis and Dr. Rachel Ellis Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ervin Mrs. Laney Ettel '12 and Mr. Michael Ettel '12 Mr. B. Cole Fackler and Mrs. M. Renee Fackler '06 Mr. and Mrs. Brant A. Feldman Mr. and Mrs. W. Erik Fink Mrs. Angela C. and Mr. James D. Finley, III Mr. Jonathan Finn and Ms. Susan Taylor Mr. Wesley and Mrs. Elizabeth Flowers Mr. Jeffrey Garcia and Dr. Alissa Garcia Dr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Garran Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gray, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Green Mr. William and Mrs. Kalia Guheen Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Hall Dr. Elsie Harold Lans Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hayes Mrs. Amber C. and Mr. Lance S. Hecker Ms. Sara W. Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hughes, III Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Hughes Mrs. Brooke and Mr. Timothy Hummel Mrs. Jaime and Mr. Aaron Hutnick Mrs. Nancy and Mr. Todd Jared Dr. Bohdan Kaluzny and Mrs. Mariana Davidovitch-Kaluzny Drs. Kapil and Elleni Kapoor Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Keenan Mrs. Courtney K. Kelly '06 and Mr. Colin M. Kelly '01 Mr. David Kilby and Mrs. Stephanie Ipock Mr. Johann Klemmack and Dr. Kris Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lebel Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marquette Dr. and Mrs. Noah Matilsky Mr. and Mrs. Brian McClung Mr. Scott McGraw and Mrs. Wendy McGraw Mr. Joseph McKnew and Dr. Katherine McKnew Mr. and Mrs. David McKnew Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy R. McLendon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McSweeney

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Mrs. Terri and Mr. Andy McSweeney Mrs. Lesleyanne and Mr. Michael E. Mulkey '94 Dr. Richard and Mrs. Kristen Myers Mrs. Alexandra and Mr. Trey Oglesby Mrs. Zelda and Mr. Bobby C. Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presnell Mr. and Mrs. Cameron M. Proctor CDR and Mrs. John Qualters Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Scolnick Mrs. Carolyn W. and Mr. William J. Scullion, Jr. Mr. Walter and Mrs. Stacey Seim Mr. David and Mrs. Sharon Sellers Mrs. Kathleen K. and Mr. Kevin D. Sharp Mr. and Mrs. William P. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. George F. Shipp Ms. Jeanne Short and Ms. Sherry White Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Snow Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sparks Mrs. M. Ashmore Standing Taylor '11 Dr. Lee Anne Steffe Mr. and Mrs. Adam Strach Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Taber Dr. Jorge Pelaez and Dr. Reena Talreja-Pelaez Mr. and Mrs. Jon P. Tangredi Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Templeton, II Mrs. Deanna and Mr. Henry L. Thompson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Van Gilder '91 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vassiliou Mr. Scott and Mrs. Olga Washburn Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Whitfield Mr. George H. Whitmore '88 and Dr. Melissa Lexier Mrs. Sarah Williams and Mr. Michael Lewis Mr. Ross G. and Mrs. Kristy R. Winfield '95 Ms. Ling Xie Mrs. Cheryl L. and Mr. Christos M. Xystros


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THE CAMPAIGN FOR THE CENTER FOR INNOVATION AND PERFORMING ARTS GIFTS AND PLEDGES RECEIVED AS OF JUNE 30, 2022

It is with great pleasure that we announce the lead gifts and inaugural donors to the Center for Innovation and Performing Arts. For information on how to add your name to this distinguished list, please contact Endowment and Major Gifts Officer Mrs. Julie Scherrer at (757) 963-8256 or juliescherrer@capehenry.org.

LEAD DONORS |

$750,000 - $1.5 MILLION

MEB / Mr. George B. Clarke IV / Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ervin / Mr. Mark F. Olmstead / Mrs. Laney Clarke Ettel '12 Mr. Ronald and Mrs. Cindy Kramer

INAUGURAL LEADERSHIP LEVEL DONORS | Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Mr. Thomas H. and Mrs. Meg Crow-Atherton Compton Family Foundation/Mr. Bryan Compton The Duncan Family Mr. Serban and Mrs. Andrea Ghenea The Hewitt Family Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Hughes

$100,000 - $750,000

Mr. Jeremy and Mrs. Tiffany McLendon Mrs. Cheryl McLeskey The Olivieri Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray Mr. George and Mrs. Anne Shipp Mr. James and Mrs. Karen Sparks Bruce L. Thompson Family Mr. John and Mrs. Katherine Wynne

ADDITIONAL INAUGURAL DONORS Ms. Jennifer Adamson Mr. Bruce and Mrs. Joan Berlin Mr. Paul and Mrs. Debra Bunn Mr. Todd and Mrs. Robin Copeland Mr. W. Trent '88 and Mrs. Sally V. '88 Dudley Mr. Robert and Mrs. Alicia Friedman Dr. Christopher and Mrs. Charlene Garran The Gianascoli Family Mr. Gary and Mrs. Garnet Gilmore Huger Family Foundation / Mr. Scott and Mrs. Marni Huger Huger Family Foundation / Mrs. Carroll Huger Griffin Mr. Todd and Mrs. Nancy Jared Mr. Scott Kale and Mrs. Shauna Mulkey Kale '89

Dr. Elleni and Dr. Kapil Kapoor Mr. Don and Mrs. June Klimkiewicz Dr. John and Dr. Rebecca McGuigan Mr. Alan and Mrs. Susan Nordlinger Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Patrick Mr. John and Mrs. Allison Rachels Mr. Michael and Mrs. Rebecca Sifen Mr. Douglas G. Smith Southern Bank Foundation Townsend Family Foundation Mr. Hobie Whitmore '88 and Dr. Melissa Lexier Mr. Ross and Mrs. Kristy Winfield '95 Mr. Chris and Mrs. Cheryl Xystros

For the latest updates regarding the Center for Innovation and Performing Arts Campaign, please visit:

capehenrycollegiate.org/capitalcampaign

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A Season of Exploration with Nexus Global Studies Our students traveled this summer to more than 10 locations domestically and internationally, including New Zealand, Bali, the Galapagos, and Spain.