Princeton Magazine, Spring 2018

Page 70

“Realize the value of work ethic; you might not be the best, but you can still achieve at a high level even in areas that you perceive as your weaknesses. That is something that Lewis taught me and it’s definitely something other children will get from their experiences at Lewis.”

Kate Lewis-LaMonica

Lewis Alumna Princeton University, Class of 2008

“One of the greatest things I learned from Lewis is that if I worked hard enough, I could do anything. I am so grateful to The Lewis School and credit everything I’ve been able to accomplish to my years there.”

Graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, Princeton University, Class of 2008

Recipient of the Allen Macy Dulles '51 Award

Recipient of the Arthur Lane '34 Award

Vice President of Engineers Without Borders

Princeton Justice Project Volunteer

Member of Princeton’s Sustained Dialog Program

Youth mentor in the Trenton Bridge Lacrosse Program and an Outdoor Action Trip Leader

2005 Ivy League Women’s Lacrosse Rookie of the Year

2008 All-American candidate, member of United States Elite Team

2018 - Currently with the Bridgespan Group, a global nonprofit organization that strives to eliminate poverty and improve the quality of life for those in need

“When I came to Lewis I couldn’t read at all. I remember doing a lot of short vowel fill-in drills, and learning blends and the different spelling rules. The intense work with phonics is one of the greatest gifts The Lewis School gave me that I just couldn’t get anywhere else. And what’s even better, is that a lot of that stuff still sticks with me today.”

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