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“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”

2010-11


More than 300

The Lower School Choir competed in the

alumnae from the Classes of

1936 to 2006 attended 2011 Reunion Weekend events.

30th Annual Busch Gardens Music in the The Saints won $500 for the highest percentage

Parks Festival on Saturday, May 14, 2011.

of Upper School students registered for the

They were awarded a rating of SUPERIOR and received the 1ST PLACE Elementary

Monument 10K race.

School Treble Choir trophy and the Overall Elementary School Choir trophy.

Middle School Eighth Notes were awarded a rating of EXCELLENT and the MS Choir was awarded a rating of SUPERIOR, the highest rating possible, at the Busch Gardens Music in the Parks Festival. The OVERALL VOCALIST MEDAL

The 2010 Quair won the Balfour Yearbooks

at the Middle School level was awarded to a St. Catherine’s student.

NATIONAL AWARD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY.

More than 4,000 hours of community service were completed by the members of the Class of 2011.

900 POUNDS OF RECYCLED MATERIAL was gathered by Lower School students over the course of four weeks.

§UDOS! A record 909 girls made the

The first X-Term concluded with 17

cohorts such as Games of Strategy

2010-11 school year one to remember.

and Community Service at Boaz

More than 150 coats were donated for

local families through Coats for Kids.

and Ruth, 48 independent projects including internships in orthopedics, mural painting and research on Richmond’s role in the Civil War and

Upper School Science Teacher Ryan Warren was awarded a

four international trips to England,

Ph.D. in Chemistry from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Spain, Panama and China.

His dissertation was entitled “Synthesis, Characterization, and Functionalization of Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Enhanced Biological Applications.”

Parents and grandparents of the Class of 2011 raised more than $716,000 to support the capital campaign. In recognition of this gift, the new Dining Hall addition will be named in honor of the class. Lilo and Scott Ukrop, parents of Polly Ukrop '11, and a committee of ten families led the

2 Upper Schoolers represented St. Catherine’s at

gift effort to 98% participation.

the Senior Regional Orchestra while 5 Middle

18 students performed in the 2010 Richmond

School students represented the School at the

Ballet production of the Nutcracker.

Central Regional Orchestra event. Upper School Director Cathy McGehee was

Saints athletes received 42 ALL-STATE and 64 ALL-LIS HONORS.

awarded a M.Ed. from the University of Richmond in Educational Leadership and Public Policy.

For the third consecutive year, faculty and staff reached

100% participation in Annual Giving. 3 Silver Keys were awarded to Upper Schools girls in the national Scholastic Art and Writing competition.

3 students were selected by StyleWeekly for the 16 Under 16 issue.

700 origami paper cranes were folded by Middle School students to raise money for earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.

The Upper School Robotics team won the Central Virginia Qualifying Event. In its debut, the Middle School Robotics team earned 1st place at the regional contest and one middle schooler advanced

One sophomore finished second at the regional Poetry Out Loud competition to advance to the state competition.

to the FIRST World Championship. The Grade 4-5 Lego Robotics Team was awarded a Judges’ Award for Strong Performance in All Areas of Competition.

The new outdoor classroom for Junior Kindergarten, an innovative concept unique to the Richmond area, incorporates research about the relationship of children with the natural world and observations of the way children actually play outdoors.

2 Saints were named to the junior indoor field

One senior was a semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. She was one of 14 students from Virginia named a semifinalist and just two from the Richmond area.

hockey national team and one to the USA U-17 national field hockey team.

80% of parents participated in Annual Giving. One 9th grader served as a House of Delegates head page during One student’s wearable art creation was recognized by the VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS.

Lower School girls gathered more than $4,000

worth of

dog supplies—food, leashes, toys, treats, dog beds, bowls, crates, etc.—for local rescue organizations.

the General Assembly and one 7th grader served as a page.


15 FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS PRESENTED at 13 different workshops or conferences including events in Maine and Mexico.

SCHOOL AWARDS

5 SENIORS and one St. Christopher’s senior performed in the ANNUAL SENIOR DANCE RECITAL. Each dancer choreographed and

Lower School Awards

performed in two routines. The senior creates one group routine and selects her/his dancers, music, costumes and lighting. The other routine is either a solo or a duet.

Katharine Alexander Forsythe Science Award Douglas Donnan O’Keefe and Caroline Marshall Reinhart Anne Watkinson Mattox Award Elizabeth Schumate Read and Sarah Katherine Smith Lucy V. Stockdell Creative Crystal Dance Award Arabella Coffield Spruill

House Joint Resolution 691 commended the Saints’ 2010 fall athletic teams.

7 ATHLETES IN THE CLASS OF 2011 will compete in college sports at University of Richmond (2), UCLA,

Elizabeth Turner Thomas Music Award Colleen Waverly Apostle and Grace Hamilton Locke Mary Hobson Williams Award Addie Whitman Wood

Rollins, William & Mary, Davidson and Washington & Lee.

The Head’s Prize Allana Chung Yoo

Middle School Awards Art Award Izabela Marie Clarke and Maya Quinn Jackson

English Awards 5th: Frances Maclin Heller 6th: Naomi Peggy Vickers 7th: Kathryn Thurman LeBey and Katharine Lane Turner 8th: Ann Margaret Nicholson

It was a record-setting, championship-winning, almost unprecedented year for St. Catherine’s athletics. The Saints varsity teams won a total of 7 LIS championships and 5 state titles. Athletes received 45 All State Honors and 64 All LIS Honors. 9 Saints coaches were named LIS Coach of the Year in their respective sports.

Lucy V. Stockdale Creative Crystal Dance Award Kristina Kent Dickey and Sydney Michelle Glasco

Math Awards 5th: Sarah Anne Sinclair Cobb 6th: Schuyler Holden Guare 7th: Seeley Jin Yoo 8th: Sarah Catherine Woodmansee

Theatre Award Alexzane Chimie Taylor Music Award Charlotte Marguerite Cross

Dorothy Hood History Award Adrienne-Nicole Kevweh Aganbi

Sportsmanship Award Haley Corinne Tucker

Economics Award Katharine Lane Turner Sara Elizabeth Whaley Forsythe Science Award Haley Corinne Tucker

St. Catherine’s girls consistently outscore national averages on SATs and ACTs 140 points above national averages for writing SAT 109 points above national averages for critical reading SAT 103 points above national averages for math SAT 5.7 points above national average on ACT (scale is 1-36)

St. Catherine’s was the only

(2010 numbers)

environmental policies and

local school awarded Green Certification by VAIS. This

Latin Award Jocelyn Price Wickersham Spanish Award Elizabeth Cooper Warner

friendly competition encourages the implementation of specific practical actions that reduce

French Award Anne Elizabeth O’Hagan

Mariana Foster Cabell Singleton Award Lily Mead Damgard

Charlotte H. Forrester Award Mariah Rowe Merhige Global Girl Award Jessie Marina Smith Howells Leadership Award Madison Rose Guare Peggy Ross Citizenship Award Lily Mead Damgard

carbon emissions generated by 81% of Middle School students who qualified to take the SAT for Johns Hopkins gifted programs received either

Virginia’s independent schools and the broader community.

distinction or high honors. This qualified them for college level course study during the summer.

ATHLETIC AWARDS

1 seventh-grader was among the 3 featured speakers (and the only student) at the Science Museum of Virginia WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE.

From a class of 59 girls, a total of 31 different merit scholarships were awarded to 15 students from 20 different colleges.

2 field hockey athletes were named CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR by the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

2010–11 “Class of 2007 Athletic Award” Audrey Fain Catharine Cain 2010–11 Director’s Leadership Award Polly Ukrop Callie A. Whitlock Athletic Excellence Award for VISAA State Player of the Year Kali Vicars–Field Hockey Callie Whitlock–Tennis Athletic Achievement Award (for USA team membership vs International competition) Kali Vicars Appreciation Awards for Dedication to Saints Athletics Laura Fuller Jennifer Harter Art Utley Director’s Service Award Brett Shugrue 2011 Outstanding Senior Athlete Award Katherine Palmer Bassett Taylor Nicole Clevinger

The Class of 2011 received 223 acceptances to colleges and universities throughout the nation and Scotland—that's an average of 3.78

acceptances per graduate.

“David T. Bloor Excellence in Coaching Award” 2010–11 Coach of the Year Anna Prillaman–Volleyball “Julie Dayton Outstanding Futures Coaching Award” 2010–11 Jennifer McIntosh


Embracing

Taylor Anderson One alumna inspired the St. Catherine’s community and people

Gifts were received from our school family, across the nation

around the globe to raise more than $125,000. Taylor Anderson

and a variety of countries, including Japan. St. Catherine’s students

’04 was living the School Motto as a teacher in Japan when her life

sold bracelets, including Taylor’s initials and an excerpt of the School

was cut short by the tsunami this past March. The Taylor Anderson

Motto. Lower School students donated proceeds from Make A

’04 Memorial Gift Fund was established in her memory.

Change Mondays and a portion of the proceeds from the Joni Spring

Daisy Days Co-Chairs Missy Mauck (left) and Sylvie Forestell (right) presented a check for $93,000 to Head of School Laura Fuller.

Daisy Days

concert was donated to match a variety of other on-campus efforts. Working closely with the Anderson family, preparations are underway to establish Taylor Anderson Reading Corners for the Japanese schools in which Taylor worked. Funds will also benefit rebuilding efforts for Japanese schools and children in an effort to continue her legacy in the country she loved so much.

ELIZABETH JENNINGS In June, Elizabeth Cabell Jennings ’81 completed 15 years of board service, the last five of which were as Chair of the Board of Governors. The mother of three Saints, Elizabeth led St. Catherine’s during a period of tremendous growth and was an inexhaustible volunteer and an eloquent advocate for the School. We are tremendously grateful for her service.

ST. CATHERINE’S DAY

Former St. Catherine’s Day representatives join Polly Ukrop following her selection as the 2011 representative.

Grandparents’ & Special Friends’ Day

BLOOR PLAYGROUND DEDICATION The Lower School gathered in late May to bid a fond farewell to retiring Director Margaret Bloor. After receiving a number of tributes, Margaret was surprised by the announcement that a new Lower School playground, named in her honor, will be constructed this summer. Margaret and her husband Dave were also honored as recipients of the 2011 Adelaide Rawles Flippen ’30 Outstanding Service Award for their combined 63 years of service to the School.


Community SUSAN PAULS, 28 YEARS Upper School Mathematics Susan was always professional and always a dedicated member of the St. Catherine’s community—it has been a pleasure to work with her. —Paula Holland

MARGARET BLOOR, 41 YEARS Lower School Director, Music Teacher The gifts she has given the school and me personally, are too many to begin mentioning. I have never met a more caring individual in my lifetime.

HELEN LORD, 28 YEARS Lower School 4th Grade Helen’s talents, love and friendship will be missed. What a treasure she is! —Beverley Curry

—Katherine Adulewicz

RITA ROOT, 28 YEARS Upper School Photography & Ceramics Rita has added so much vitality, humor and character to St. Catherine’s. I feel privileged to have worked with her for the past several years and will miss her greatly. —Heather Szymendera

LEE PERKINS, 31 YEARS Upper School Classical Language Lee’s high standards, commitment to scholarship, and love of language have inspired countless students and teachers over the years, and we will miss him greatly in the Upper School. —Laura Farrell

RETIREMENTS

SHERRY TRAINUM, 23 YEARS Executive Secretary Sherry Trainum has always been the heartbeat of St. Catherine’s! There is no other like her! —Sheryl Pedigo

MARILYN BROWN, 27 YEARS Assistant to the Dean of Students Marilyn’s sense of humor, big heart and enviable style are just part of her extraordinary presence at the school.

NICK STEPHENSON, 31 YEARS Upper School Chorale, Middle School Music, Piano

—Laura McCutcheon

What I admire in Nick is his intellect, his utter devotion to his discipline and to his students, his acute skills of observation and his flair for the theatrical. —Nicole Hood

CLARA JONES, 20 YEARS Housekeeping Clara genuinely cares about people, and her thoughtful words and actions reflect that on a daily basis. She will do anything in the world for you.

RUTHIE ROBERTS, 34 YEARS French Ruthie is a fabulous teacher, who has always managed to make the culture of whatever foreign language she is teaching come alive for her girls.

—Debbie Staley

—Jan Lazzuri

FACULTY AWARDS Faculty Award For working to strengthen academic excellence and to brighten the lives of those around her PAULA H. HOLLAND

Carole Weinstein Award for Distinguished Teaching For pursuing experiences in education that foster tolerance of all faiths and promote the value of diversity in all its forms

Upper School Math Teacher

PONTUS A. HIORT Upper School History Teacher

Allen W. Becker Faculty Award For helping students realize their full potential and for encouraging the development of self-esteem and sensitivity to the needs of others FRANCES Y. DOYLE ’85 Chair of the English Department

Katherine Madden Prize for Excellence in Teaching For demonstrating passion for learning, creativity, belief in the potential of every child and support for each to reach her potential

Sponsor of Honor Council

HELEN LORD Fourth Grade Teacher

William B. Armstrong Staff Award For expertise, generosity of spirit and dedication to the mission of the School

Peggy Ross Faculty Award

JULIE A. DAYTON

To recognize and reward outstanding teaching in the Middle School

Director of Athletics

NANCY COHEN Fifth Grade History and Middle School Study Skills Teacher

Mary Marguerite Hays Miller Award In recognition of her efforts to inspire students and colleagues to act with integrity and courage DIANE R. VACCARINO Upper School Resource Teacher

LAURA FULLER

HEAD OF SCHOOL, 2007—2011 In recognition of her service to St. Catherine’s, our new independent research lab in the Upper School science facility will be named for departing Head of School Laura Fuller. Laura championed St. Catherine’s effort to position itself as a leader in science education and introduced several curricular changes, such as the STEM (Science Technology Engineering

and Mathmatics) program and Physics First. A plaque, bearing Laura’s name, will hang in the new space when it opens in the fall of 2012. “This space is the culmination of a dream I have had for years to provide high school age students with the important research skills they will need to enter successfully the study of collegiate science,” Laura said.


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graduation 2011 COMMENCEMENT AWARDS Junior Scholar Kaylin Rose Blount

Religion Award Elizabeth Dalton Baril

June Hargrove Cornwall ’39 Sophomore Scholar Rosemary Margaret O’Hagan

Bishop Brown/Ellett Award Elizabeth Ellison Baker

AEJ Community Service Award Sarah Marshall Moore

Rebecca Clary Harris ’93 Award Sarah Marshall Moore

American History Award in Honor of Mary Denmead Ruffin Bridget Elizabeth Shaia

Eleanor Burruss Art Award Mary Ross Hutcheson Elizabeth Hall Rise

Susan Dize Pfefferkorn ’73 Scholarships Selina McGill Horsley Anne Sara Verghis

Mathematics Award Bridget Elizabeth Shaia

The Grace Branch Moore ’64 Award Lindsay Carrington Hawk

Judith Gregory Smith ’86 Award Rachel Aileen Boykin

Harwood Memorial Scholarship in Science Helen Vanderpool Warner

Joan Stewart Rodman ’73 Memorial Dance Award Mary Catherine Lowman

June Scholar Bridget Elizabeth Shaia

Page/Carey French Award Mary Frances Buoyer

Alma Salley Theatre Award Mariah Catherine Young

June Queen Rachel Aileen Boykin

Marian West Stocker Latin Award Louise Windsor Ellen

Music Award Anna Christine Woodmansee

Spanish Award Katelyn Mackenzie Frazer

Athletic Award Katherine Palmer Bassett Taylor Nicole Clevinger


14-YEAR GIRLS

LEGACIES

Row 1: Kristen Ann Wolenberg, Elizabeth Dalton Baril, Catharine Mary Cain, Paige Stewart Gay, Sarah Peyton Gumenick, Madeline Wallis Lebar Row 2: Katherine Palmer Bassett, Audrey Frances Fain, Mary Ross Hutcheson, Sarah Caitlin Katz, Helen Vanderpool Warner, Mary Frances Buoyer

Row 1: Caroline Gordon Perrin, Savannah Alexander Sauer, Pauline Mason Ukrop, Sarah Peyton Gumenick, Anna Dickinson Wall, Madeleine Campbell Houston Alderman, Elizabeth Houston Doswell, Louise Windsor Ellen, Katelyn Mackenzie Frazer, Elizabeth Dalton Baril Row 2: Lindsay Graham Halsey ‘49, Liza Halsey Perrin ‘76, Janet Lewis Sauer ’71, Barbara Berkeley Ukrop ’58, Mary Beth Muhleman Chichester ’49, Polly Dickinson Wall ’71, Dale Hargrove Alderman ’72, Browning Augustine ’77, Fiona Porter Ellen ’66, Rosemary French Wood ‘53, Mary Dalton Baril ‘82

13-YEAR GIRLS

Row 1: Margaret Randolph Tucker, Margaret Catherine Southall, Charlotte Petree Sisk, Betsey King Pope, Elizabeth Ashton Sullivan, Emily Kellogg Hardy, Savannah Alexander Sauer Row 2: Anne Peyton Leitch, Pauline Mason Ukrop, Margaret Garland Rose, Johanna Davis Maloney, Elizabeth Hall Rise, Madeleine Campbell Houston Alderman, Anna Dickinson Wall, Cabell Saunders Doswell Row 3: Elizabeth Anne Rogers, Lacy Elisabeth Jennings, Callie Ann Whitlock, Dana Anne Gullquist, Rachel Aileen Boykin, Louise Windsor Ellen, Elizabeth Houston Doswell, Anne Ralston Burris Brooke, Elizabeth Ellison Baker, Katelyn Mackenzie Frazer

Row 1: Carrington Croft 2006, Jennet Dickinson 2010, Rachel Boykin 2011, Bridget Shaia 2011, Sydney Schreiner 2010, Betty Baugh Harrison ‘77 Row 2: Carroll Blair Keiger ’72, Annabel Morgan Edge ’64, Martha Bedinger Holt ’75, Margaret Page Bemiss ’51, Jean Hill Davenport ’58, Polly Dickinson Wall ‘71

JUNE QUEENS & SCHOLARS


THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA • BENNINGTON COLLEGE • BOSTON UNIVERSITY • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES • COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON • CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT UNIVERSITY • UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER • DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

DAVIDSON COLLEGE • DENISON UNIVERSITY • DREXEL UNIVERSITY • EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY • ELON UNIVERSITY • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA • GEORGIA INSTITU

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Row 1: Mary Catherine Lowman, Pauline Mason Ukrop, Kristen Anne Wolenberg, Elizabeth Dalton Baril, Jordan Lee Roman, Paige Stew

Peyton Leitch, Margaret Garland Rose, Elizabeth Anne Rogers, Katherine Palmer Bassett, Catharine Mary Cain, Sarah Peyton Gumenic

Hall Rise Row 3: Margaret Randolph Tucker, Mary Ross Hutcheson, Sarah Caitlin Katz, Helen Vanderpool Warner, Mary Frances Buo

Kellogg Hardy, Charlotte Petree Sisk, Margaret Catherine Southall, Anne Thomas Steele, Mary Stuart Louise Nelsen, Sian Heather Wil

Anna Dickinson Wall, Callie Ann Whitlock, Cabell Saunders Doswell, Emily Caroline Johnson, Elizabeth Ashton Sullivan, Anne Ralston Bu Jabria Renee Rogers Craft, Lacy Elisabeth Jennings, Kara Leigh Williams, Anna Christine Woodmansee, Kari Ann Roynesdal

ROLLINS COLLEGE SEWANEE: THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH • UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA • SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY • UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS, SCOTLAND • SW


UTE OF TECHNOLOGY • HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY • JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY • UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY • KENYON COLLEGE • UNIVERSITY OF MARY WASHINGTON

wart Gay, Betsey King Pope, Madeline Wallis Lebar, Catherine Gordon Perrin, Marie Catherine Belt, Taylor Nicole Clevinger Row 2: Anne

ck, Savannah Alexander Sauer, Alexandria Josephine Cole, Madeleine Campbell Houston Alderman, Elizabeth Ellison Baker, Elizabeth

oyer, Emma Wood Ruffin, Julia Belen Vizcaino, Elaine Stewart Farmer, Johanna Davis Maloney Row 4: Bridget Elizabeth Shaia, Emily

lkerson, Mariah Catherine Young, Sara Ellen Fisher, Emilie Echols Gicquel, Katelyn Mackenzie Frazer Row 5: Madeleine Grace Phillips,

urris Brooke, Louise Windsor Ellen Row 6: Elizabeth Houston Doswell, Rachel Aileen Boykin, Audrey Frances Fain, Dana Anne Gullquist,

WEET BRIAR COLLEGE • UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA • VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY • WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY • COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY

• UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI • THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL • UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT WILMINGTON • PRINCETON UNIVERSITY • PURCHASE COLLEGE • UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND

OF 2O11


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6 3 ’

Emory Gill Williams ’36 celebrated her 75th reunion!

’41

Frances Boushall Valentine, Mary Blanton Easterly, Natalie Smith Whitney, Frances Jerman Brown, Geline Bowman Williams, Audrey Strauss Koch, Kathleen Parrish Stringfellow, Margaret Shirey Dawson

Row 1: Ann Wilmer Hoon, Mary Waller Berkeley Fergusson, Sally Wharton van Solkema, Page Parrish Wright Row 2: Dare Masters Wrenn, Dede Gummere Little, Lulie Green Larus, Kitty Dandy Gladstone

’61 Row 1: Kitty Anderson Carling, Dabney Williams McCoy, Sara Riley Gibson, Alice Funkhouser Flowers, Tris Gowan Graybeal, Marion Wood Addison, Sally Milton Holbrook, Knox Bramlette Pierson, Nancy Moss McDaniel Row 2: Cordelia Selden Steinacker, Betsy Burke Trow, Mary Meade Trice Davenport, Sarah Rand Braddock, Susan Luck, Sarah Kent Parrish, Sally Truslow Truslow, Gina Farrar, Ruthie Anderson-Zabre Row 3: Ellen Black Seabring; Susanna Rowe, Nancy Black Baillio, Page Harrison Pragoff, Charlotte Grinnan MacLean, Harriotte Dodson McDannald, Pam Redfearn Dana, Jane Witherspoon Peters, Nancy Ashby McNeill, Patsy Jamerson Williamson Row 4: Isabel Rawlings Cohen, Ann Armistead Scott, Casa Huger Bacot, Douglas Noell Martin, Janet Herring Thompson, Jane Edmunds Novak, Virginia Hunton Totten, Anne Pole

’81

Row 1: Cecelia Faulkner Soscia, Sarah Gibson, Elizabeth Cabell Jennings, Nelle Hotchkiss, Anne Douglas Freeman, Emily Irby Grimes Row 2: Mary Margaret Smithers Kastelberg, Beth Codell Hague, Elizabeth Covington, Larkin Martin Row 3: Susan Geary Clark, Suzy Preston, Louise Sloan, Maria Williams Swindell, Nancy Jordan Messina, Sallie Cecil Stillwell

Row 1: Lavinia deVillier, Mary Jane Hipp Brock, Jean Grainger, Kendall Young, Fiona  Porter Ellen, Bromby Luck Earle Row 2:  Marion Brooke Carson, Cindy Parke Beukema, Katie Harris, Wallis Wickham Raemer, Lynn Hornor Keith, Diane Johnson Forsythe Row 3:  Alice Caldwell Steele, Liza Scott Nevin, Emily Borden Ragsdale, Louise Hayman, Connie Haskell, Corbin Kendig Rankin, Jane Cross Hamlin

’46

6 6 ’

’86

Row 1: Kelly Hood Zachary , Jamie Street Mitchell, Carolyn Walker Valentine, Claire Corter Hunter, Jewel Glenn Caven, Sally Graham Helweg, Gibboney Huske Row 2:  Macon Frischkorn Willingham, Anne Howard Smithers Wiley, Vesta deYampert Fort, Margaret Baldwin, Pam Talley Lancaster, Katherine Williamson Mann, Katherine Armstrong Herndon Row 3:  Ashley Stout Miller, Mary Woolard Crawford, Liz Gilbert, Sarah Spencer Hurst, Susan Selph Gresham, Woody Heath Wilder, Betsy Rick Cabell, Kitty Ellyson Row 4:  Katherine Macaulay Mueller, Ashley Power O’Connor, Carmen Holding Ames, Sally Yowell Barbour, Randy Scott Smith, Jeannie Martin MacDonald, Elizabeth Thompson Robertson

Dixie Gilbe Distinguished Alum rt and her daughter, na Award recipient Liz Gilbert ’86

ient Geline Bowman Williams ’41 Distinguished Alumna Award recip Williams ’69 and her niece Annual Fund Chair Lacy


ion 2011 1 5 ’

’71

1 9 ’

Row 1: Anne Tyler Netick, Elizabeth “Tommy” Richardson Shannon, Cynthia Fleet Van Riper, Ellen Roberts Susi, Anne Whitfield Kenny, Martha Munson Pollard, Margaret “Cookie” Cooke Horsley Row 2: Eleanor Jane Doubles Davis, Julie Brenaman, Ginny Broaddus Glover, Margie Page Bemiss, Mary Stoddard “Toddy” Barnard Trigg, Mary Lyle Valentine Preston, Mariah Chisholm Hasker.

Row 1: Julie Johns Saunders, Caroline Merritt Abbott, Kate Stringfellow, Ashton Williams Harrison, Boo Bugg Stauffer, Susan Stevens Row 2: Tricia Totty Sauer, Sara Glenn, Robin Upchurch Allen, Rosamond Lawson, Preston Lee Gomer Row 3: Lucy Higgins, Sara Flemer Simpson, Ann Fowle Rumble, Dorothy Young, Polly Dickinson Wall, Anne Wilson Fafara Row 4: Carol Wood, Kathy Black Powell, Karin Jones Chriss, Catherine Currin Hammond, Nancy Larrison Campbell, Julie Gamble Grover

Row 1: Susan Teal, Melissa  Kennedy Whitley, Alice Gold Sharp, Elizabeth Ross Fitzgerald, Morgan Hardage Engel Row 2: Melissa Bannister Shaia, Lane Hoofnagle Sanderson, Maria Spalding Hadlow, Duval Reams Fisher Row 3: Laura Underhill Norment, Lee Harney Harris, Betsy Trible Reid, Angier Johnston Miller, Susanna Giles Holt

Row 1: Myra Brush, Penny deBordenave Saffer, Margaret Huggins Pernau, Amanda Tevepaugh Macaulay Row 2: Isabel Ware Burch, Clare Horsley Stewart, Donni Mann Lynn, Susie Totten Peters, Anita Perrin Towell.

6 7 ’

Row 1: Beth Hardy Wilson, Mary Frances Allen, Beth Blair, Beverly Regester Figg, Missy Smith Derse Row 2: Lisa Johnson Bondurant, Kathy Spong, Lynn Davis, Ann Rachal Toll, Dee Dee Butler Sutton Row 3: Cary Brown Crabtree, Sherryll Anne Baker Pace, Betsy Bryson Frantz, Charlotte Gay Gerhardt, Peyton Buford Valentine, Liza Halsey Perrin Row 4: Eda Martin Joyce, Ellen Blackwell Pons, Beth Irby Beale, Amie Dixon Irby, Ellen Coker Baldwin, Spot Hawfield Vicars

Row 1: Rebecca Deacon, Leigh Taylor Adams, Molly Newcomb, Emily Martin, Thornton Beale Row 2: Janie Coleman, Sazshy Valentine, Nancy Gottwald, Preston Wright, Andrea Bazakas Row 3: Meg Coogan, Ashton Meem, Carrington Croft, Emily Kusiak

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d well Barbour ’86 an nnor ’86, Sally Yo Ashley Power O’Co ischkorn Willingham ’86 Macon Fr

adstone ’46, ’46, Kitty Dandy Gl Ann Wilmer Hoon ’46 and Lulie Green Larus ’46 ttle Dede Gummere Li

Usha Koduru ’91, Virginia Stettinius McMullen ’91, Vanessa Howells ’91

’56

Angier Johnston Miller ’91, Middle School teacher Martha Bedinger Holt ’75 and retiring Director of Music Nick Stephenson


Year in Review 2010-11

Pursuing academic excellence • Developing character Nurturing spiritual growth Celebrating individuals • Building community


Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. —Ralph Waldo Emerson

THANK YOU to all of the devoted teachers, coaches, spiritual leaders, parents, grandparents, alumnae, friends, school staff, board members and countless volunteers whose contributions big and small made this an outstanding year at St. Catherine’s School.


SHE’S READY

and now so are we.

Upper School Science Center Construction Began July 2011

PHASE

ADDITIONAL 8,730 SQ.FT. NEW INDEPENDENT RESEARCH LAB NEW BIOLOGY LAB NEW ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB NEW PHYSICS LAB NEW CHEMISTRY LAB NEW STORAGE & PREP ROOMS

Construction Timing 2011–2012

NEW ELEVATOR Independent Research Lab

Entrance Lobby in new Science Center An unprecedented new science program requires unparalleled space for exploration and discovery. A new science facility for our Upper School girls incorporating Mullen Hall will add new labs and update existing ones with the most advanced learning models available. The additional space will create new opportunities to expand our science program like never before, making it one of the most transformative changes to St. Catherine’s to date. Phase four is the final construction phase in our campaign for growth, for the future, and for the girls who will shape it. We can’t stop now. Your hand in this is crucial. To learn more, visit www.afutureforgirls.org.

Celebrations 2010-2011  

St. Catherine's School summer publication to celebrate the past school year.

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