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GRADUATION 124 Graduates accepted to more than 200 colleges and universities “I charge you to become living examples of the core values of Flint Hill School, always seeking truth wherever it is to be found and practicing virtue whatever the cost may be.” –Headmaster John Thomas

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ANNE PETERSON

A Day in the School Life: Assistant Heads

Assistant Head of School for Finance and Operations Since 1995, when the first of her three children enrolled at Flint Hill, Anne has served in numerous roles. For five years, she was on the Board of Trustees, leaving to take the position of assistant business manager, then business manager. Today, as assistant head for finance and operations, she oversees the offices of information technology, facilities, and business. A member of the finance and investment committees of the board, she accounts for the financial state, growth, and direction of the school.

7:30 a.m. Finance committee of the Board. Analyze budget, finances, systems, and plans.

8:15 a.m. Meet with technology director. Review wireless and wired technology infrastructure.

9:30 a.m. Meet with facilities director. Discuss building mechanics and weekly logistics. 11 a.m. Calendar meeting Lead monthly meeting to ensure logistics— location/space, transportation, catering, technology— for upcoming events.

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12:30 p.m. Technology integration meeting with assistant head of school for academics and department chair for instructional technology 2 p.m. Commencement planning. Meet with upper school director to initiate plans and improvements.

3 p.m. Division directors meeting. Review operations in all divisions.


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Dear Flint Hill School Family, Flint Hill is a place where teaching ignites a passion for learning. You see it every day. Innovation combined with collaboration and problem solving with creativity are not “buzz words” here. It is how our students learn. The clear evidence of it is in learning opportunities like Day of Play, design thinking classes, the TEDx Youth event, and many others including “Innovation Across the Ages” that you’ll read about in this issue of the magazine. I also want to give you a little glimpse into the daily schedules of our two new assistant heads of school. They are a valuable part of the planning and vision that is helping to push us forward. The majority of this issue, however, is dedicated to so many of you who generously support Flint Hill. We are thankful for your continued and increased support. I can’t tell you how much it changes things when there is 100% of our parent board, 100% of our Board of Trustees, 100% of our staff and faculty, and the momentous shift from 46% to 70% of parents giving to the Annual Fund last year. I also want to thank our alumni who continue to give back to Flint Hill at a rate that grows each year. And, the Class of 2013 also exhibited leadership with 90% support. And who will ever forget the fun we all had with the “mustache campaign” last spring? Please visit our new website often for new ways to actively participate and to keep up-to-date with everything happening at Flint Hill. Find us on all the social media channels too. Again, thank you for your tremendous support on so many levels.

John M. Thomas Headmaster

Sincerely, John M. Thomas Headmaster

BILL ENNIST Assistant Head of 7:30 a.m. Assistant heads School for Academics In July 2013, Bill relocated from Connecticut to take on the responsibilities of assistant head of school for academics, overseeing the curriculum in the lower, middle, and upper school divisions. e scope of his work involves coordinating the evaluation of current courses and the review of proposed ones, assessing short- and long-term programmatic needs, creating more efficient processes for students and teachers, and helping to establish the future direction of the academic program.

meeting. Big-picture conversation to improve efficiency between academics and operations.

9 a.m. Lower School director’s meeting. Discuss ideas, proposals for the curriculum, and current week’s questions. Same weekly meeting for middle and upper school.

10:15 a.m. Learning Center director. Weekly meeting to discuss initiatives, issues, trends, and departmental direction.

11:30 a.m. Cultural competency design team interest meeting. Advance discussion and create working groups to proactively address our community’s diversity.

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1 p.m. Innovation department meeting. Determine programmatic expansion, including cost and space needed, for robotics, computer science, maker education, and design thinking.

2:30 p.m. Regular meeting with instructional coaches. Weekly meeting with all three coaches about the work they do to support faculty.

3:45 p.m. Dean of faculty meeting. Plan and follow-up on professional development opportunities and program development. 5 p.m. Curriculum committee meeting. What courses should Flint Hill students take in the future, and how should they be taught and assessed? The meeting includes department chairs and directors of academicrelated departments, including fine arts and learning center.


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Solving Crimes, Building Career Skills When CSI and Bones had their fall television premieres in late September, the forensics class—of mostly juniors and seniors—was already hard at work examining crime scenes, gathering evidence, and unlocking mysteries. “They are learning specific investigative methods for collecting and cataloging evidence and that a well kept set of notes is key,” says upper school science teacher Ed Mathieu. “The objective is to use evidence to make decisions, and this can help students in all aspects of life.” The analytical skills they’re gaining are in demand in the workforce. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has estimated a nearly 20 percent growth, 2010-2020, in forensic science jobs. Some typical careers are: medical examiner, DNA analyst, or crime lab analyst. Although forensics may be commonly associated with autopsy-type work, the field is vast, and technology has been an impetus for expanding opportunities to include careers in computer forensics, database forensics, or specialties related to mobile devices, audio, and video. This year’s class may hold a future lawyer, judge, forensic psychologist, forensic engineer, or one specializing in botany, anthropology, or dentistry but, for now, the students are focused on examining fibers with a microscope, recording a crime scene with photography and videography, or studying footprints as evidence. Case closed.

Parents Association Golf Invitational On May 29, 2013, 136 golfers, 35 volunteers, and 19 Husky sponsors participated in the Parents Association Golf Invitational. It represented the largest turnout of folks ever! Special thanks to Bethann Horey, Ellen Fishbein, and Justin Wheeler for chairing the event. All proceeds supported the Parents Association Endowment for Financial Aid in Honor of Sally Hazel. The participation in the tournament and funds raised exceeded all expectations. Thank you again for your continued support of Flint Hill. Mark your calendars for this year's Golf Invitational on May 29, 2014.

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Step into My Digital World

For the “Step into My World” project, students in digital imaging class studied the work of artists Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, focusing specifically on their series of imaginary landscapes called “Architect’s Brother.” They also watched the masterful productions of FlewDesigns for inspiration to seamlessly blend images together using Photoshop, taking the ordinary—an apple, their own arms, or a box of tissues—into a unique creation.

Day of Play

The second annual Day of Play happened on October 4. Lower School students spent the day in small groups, collaboratively engineering toys out of cardboard and other common materials. In the afternoon, students showcased their creations.

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*Vivat Las Vegas The thought of 39 of our 7-12 grade students spending a week of their summer in Vegas seems somewhat more unusual than skydiving Elvis impersonators, a more certain sighting there. Add the fact that the trip’s purpose was to attend the 60th annual National Junior Classical League convention, and you may wonder about the appeal to so many students. For our students, it’s the love they have found for Latin—a connection that their teachers have helped them discover to the language, culture, history, and relevance to today’s world. Approximately 1,300 students and teachers of Latin and Greek, from all over the nation, attended the convention, which is known for having the energy and atmosphere similar to March Madness. No business attire; T-shirts and enthusiasm, a must.

Students were actively engaged in a mix of events: participating in competitions (artistic, forensic, academic, and athletic); cheering during spirit contests; and intently listening to speakers during discamus sessions, which means, "let’s learn." As lively as their days, the evenings brought karaoke, dances, a talent show, recreational sports, and time for making more friends. Classics teacher Meghan Robertson describes the opportunities at the convention as “outlets for creativity, competition, collegiality, and camaraderie.” She too attended the convention as a student. “It was invigorating and affirming as a first time attendee and still proves to be reinvigorating as a teacher, not just from the reunion with other educators across the country but from the opportunity to interact with our

students in a different learning environment away from campus.” In addition to Robertson, the trip was chaperoned by every teacher in our Classics department—Ken Andino, Howard Chang, Brandy Henricks, and Adam Williams—as well as former Latin teacher Laurie Covington. The ties in Flint Hill’s Latin program are as strong as the program itself. From year to year, the success of the convention—both in placing well in competition and in bringing home rewarding experiences—is reflective of the work done in the classroom on a daily basis. Students flock to sign up for the annual convention not just to take a trip somewhere but because they feel they are part of something bigger. For them, what happened in Vegas, last summer, didn’t stay there but will live on in their hearts and minds. * long live in Latin

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Olympian Efforts

More than 100 of our students volunteered for the Special Olympics Soccer Tournament on Sunday, September 15. About 30 from our junior varsity and varsity boys and girls soccer teams were there to serve as referees, sideline judges and scorekeepers, and to help make other athletes’ dreams come true. 9th grader Isabel Rice-Martorell explained that all of the volunteer efforts were about, “seeing the athletes not care about anything except the game.” Long before tournament day, preparations were in place to provide everything the athletes needed for them to focus only on bringing their A game. "There was remarkable support from every area of our community," said Mia Burton, our all-school service coordinator. The Parents Association took care of the concession stand. Upper school students helped to keep the games running, while lower school students stopped by to cheer and wave their handmade posters. And, every middle school student made a card to give to a Special Olympian on game day. Volunteering throughout the year includes: November - Week of Thankful Giving December - Giving Tree January - Coat Drive February - Empty Bowls March - Blood Drive April - Special Olympics Track & Field

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“As a community we must take action and seize the various opportunities we have because of this school.” — Ahren Ellison, Student Council Association president

“Each and every single person in this building has the ability to be a leader and most importantly has the ability to make a difference.” Excerpts from Ahren’s speech at the All-School Gathering, Sept 10, 2013.

—Sarah Kashef, Senior class president Excerpts from Sarah’s speech at the All-School Gathering, Sept 10, 2013. “As a class, we decided to change the dynamics of leadership. We strive to meet our potential and encourage an environment here at Flint Hill where everyone has the place to thrive. Our first day of senior year, we collaborated to come up with our mission statement that reads: ’We, the dedicated, determined, and united leaders of the Flint Hill Class of 2014 will leave a meaningful legacy for the greater Flint Hill community by embracing the Husky Spirit. We will do

so by adhering to the honor code, encouraging student success, fostering and maintaining the pride we have for one another and our institution. By uniting to achieve these goals, we will nurture a challenging, safe, and inclusive school environment.’ We hope to use this mission statement as an inspiration to expect the unthinkable, expel the unacceptable, and excel at the unexpected. But realize, although we are the seniors, each and every single person in this building has the ability to be a leader and most importantly has the ability to make a difference.“

at once. In college, she hopes to pair the study of languages with business for a possible career as a translator.

“Languages really are gateways to other cultures. I get to meet people I would never have met, if I hadn’t studied their language.”

“Latin helps me think. Translating it is like a math problem with many different pieces, but you have to know the reason why you’re putting all of the pieces together and what the meaning of the problem is. All of my language classes help my writing in any class. They also help me learn discipline, because learning a language is, without a doubt, a commitment. I find it best to study at least a little every day, and doing this, as I have learned, is a good habit for any subject. And, even though it’s cliché, languages really are gateways to other cultures. I get to meet people I would never have met if I hadn’t studied their language.”

—Madison Oliver Madison’s love of learning languages began with Latin in middle school. Now, having added Chinese and Spanish, she studies three

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“This is my ninth year at Flint Hill. I look around at the entire school gathered here and it makes me realize just how blessed we really are… We’ve all been given the opportunity, through our school, to reach our full potential… We must be engaged, in the classroom and also with our peers, supporting each other in our endeavors. And above all we must commit to one another. Individual commitment to a group effort—that is what makes a team work, a civilization work, a community work. As a community we must take action and seize the various opportunities we have because of this school. If we can do this, we will all experience an amazing school year together.”

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“I remember her saying that Flint Hill provides so many great opportunities for their students and that we should be able to take advantage of them.” —Courtney Wiley

“It does no good to focus on the last shot, because you can’t get that one back. You just have to hit the next one as best as you can.” —Bryce Johnson Bryce has his sights set on studying sports psychology at The College of William & Mary, where he has already verbally committed to play on the golf team. A future goal is to play professionally. He credits devoting more time to his mental game as being a key to success, in addition to his favorite club—the putter. “I read A Golfer’s Mind by Dr. Bob Rotella, and that book changed my game. It really helped me learn how to focus on every shot individually and not my score as a whole. It does no good to focus on the last shot because you can’t get that one back. You just have to hit the next one as best as you can. Also, I’ve learned how to mentally think my way around the course. I have a game plan when I play every course. I have definitely used what I’ve learned in several areas. For example, you have to focus on one test at a time in school. If you have a bad test, just forget about it, and study harder for the next one! There are several ways to apply what I’ve learned, and I’ve found it really helps me stay in the moment.”

Courtney has known Coach Jody Patrick since she attended a “Summer on the Hill” basketball camp as a 4th grader. In the summer before senior year, when two opportunities of interest became available at the same time, she talked with Coach Patrick about being torn: go with the basketball team to camp in Princeton or with Flint Hill’s service trip to Guatemala. “Coach Patrick is very easy to talk to when making decisions. I remember her saying that Flint Hill provides so many great opportunities for their students, and that we should be able to take advantage of them. She said she would fully support my decision and if Guatemala was the choice, go for it, and have a wonderful time!” From Coach Patrick’s perspective: “Honestly, this was a difficult one for me. As a basketball program leader, I ask much of my rising seniors from the leadership point of view. However, sport and basketball will always be there, and helping Guatemalan families build a better life far transcends sport. Ultimately, we—coaches and teachers— are all counselors here. When a student is unsure of a path to take, we need to listen and guide. Making the decisions for them only defers the real life choices and decisions that will be coming their way. Be a self-advocate! Though we missed her, we knew she was helping a great cause.”

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Fred Atwood presented, "The Ends of the Earth" about the wildlife and ecology of Antarctica and the Arctic to the Northern Virginia Audubon Society, Northern Virginia Bird Club, and the Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl Science Day. The photographic presentation included images from the spring break trip to Antarctica that he led.

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John Copenhaver, Maddie Krug English Jessica Craig 2nd Grade Lori Emerick 5th grade

Cianne Fragione Art Sheena Hall Lower School Melissa Scott Technology Stephanie Hulke Learning specialist Maggie Noojin Counseling Chris Pryor Admission For more complete titles please visit flinthill.org

Annie Broche and Jill Moore attended a conference for French teachers in June at the French Embassy in D.C. Howard Chang received the Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching from the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS). John Copenhaver went to two writing conferences during the summer: Tin House in Portland, Ore., and the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference in Middlebury, Vt., the latter funded by the Byrnes Grant. He read from his novel, Dodging and Burning, a murder mystery about a gay WWII photographer, at Bread Loaf. Jessica Craig completed her M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction with a concentration in early childhood education for diverse learners (pre-kindergarten through 3rd grade) in August.

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Lori Emerick completed an online math course this summer called, "How to Learn Math," taught by Jo Boaler, a professor at Stanford University. Cianne Fragione’s work was presented at the Calandra Institute in New York. Robin Goldstein went to Morocco on a Byrnes Grant. She immersed herself culturally and visited Berber school children and their teachers. She also met students, ages 12-19, who were planning to teach in their home villages. Sheena Hall and Melissa Scott visited St. Peter’s Prep School in South Africa. Brandy Henricks received a grant from the Vergilian Society to take part in the Gods, Myths and Sanctuaries of Asia Minor (Turkey) tour with 30 other classics and Latin scholars. They visited well known sites like Troy, Pergrammum, and Pamukkale as well as lesser known sites like Aphrodisias, Didyma, and Pierne. Stephanie Hulke was inducted into her high school Hall of Fame for soccer, basketball and softball. As a soccer player, she was a Top 17 player in the state of New Jersey and All-American. Her high school: Ridge High School in Basking Ridge, N.J.

So, this is the second year for TEDx at Flint Hill. What prompted you to start this event? Oftentimes we see our students excel on the field, on stage, or in class, but we never get to really hear about their hopes and dreams. I wanted to provide our students with a platform that empowers them to share their passions, their voice, and their ideas with a larger audience. Hosting a TEDxYouth day allows for student ideas to be spread locally and globally. Not only can they make a difference in their local community, but also at the national and international level as well. What are your hopes/goals for this year’s event as opposed to last year? The Spark

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Maddie Krug presented a poetry session at the July AP College Board Conference in Las Vegas. She also traveled to London, thanks to a Byrnes Grant, to work for two weeks at the Burlington Danes Academy (established 1699). Jill Moore presented at the July American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) in Providence, RI, on the ways technology can enhance language teaching and learning. Maggie Noojin recently joined a group practice in Washington, D.C. and sees individual clients for therapy in the evenings and weekends. Chris Pryor is the new co-chair of the admission committee for Independent Education. Melissa Scott visited her 7th continent this summer with paragliding and great white shark cage diving in South Africa. Adam Williams received the Angela Lloyd Book Award (for Excellence and Dedication to Teaching) from the Classical Association of Virginia (CAV).

was ignited last year with our inaugural event. The hope/goal for this year is that we will build on the success of last year’s TEDxYouth day. We hope to continue to share TED’s mission of “ideas worth spreading” with a new audience, and encourage our students to light a path, so that they may lead the way into a brighter future for us all. For those who don’t know, how would you explain TEDx? TEDx was created in the spirit of TED’s mission, "ideas worth spreading." The program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level.


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TK - Mr. Thomas and a TK friend built a helicopter during centers. Students participate in centers every morning. K - Students participated in language arts centers. In this activity, students had a tub of letter tiles. They had to place the tiles on the correct square on the mat. K - Students worked on selfportraits in art. 1 - Students used geometric shapes to create a picture, and then had to identify how many of each shape they used in their picture. 2 - Globes activity. 3 - In science lab, students observed what happens to a flame and water when a jar is placed over a candle. The students also made inferences about what they observed. 4 - Students started their intensive study of the Chesapeake Bay. 5 - Students focused on making a hypothesis and testing variables, by making paper airplanes. Every student made one paper airplane that had the same wingspan and a second plane with a completely different wingspan. The first airplane served as the "control" and the different wingspan was the variable that was changed. The students then went outside to measure how far each type of airplane would fly and to see how wingspan affects flight.

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6 - A group plotted where to place mountains on a 3D map. 6 - Students learned about the engineering process (designing, building prototypes, testing, revising) when they built wind-powered cars and tested them using a hair dryer. 7 - Algebra I students took pictures of staircases and other sloped areas around campus. Using ActiveInspire or PowerPoint, the students overlaid a graph on the photos and were able to calculate the slope of the line in their photos. 8 - Students signed their names to the honor board. 8 - Student artists worked on a draft for their masks. Over the course of the next few weeks, they will make a larger drawing of the mask and then make their mask out of clay. 9 - AP chemistry students studied their results after creating stock solutions, performing serial dilutions of the stock solutions, and using a spectrophotometer to find the relationship between concentration and light absorbance. 10 -Students participated in a trade simulation during their modern European history class. They represented one of five different major trading cities and had to trade items with people from the other four cities. 11 -Members of the Class of 2014, who attended Flint Hill since junior kindergarten, lit the lantern to start the school year. 12 -Students added to their vocabulary during a listening comprehension exercise in Chinese.

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Patent Bending Patents are meant to be bent, remolded and tweaked for improvement. Consider the Model T. Although a breakthrough in the auto industry, had the original design not been repeatedly altered, we would still be hand cranking our cars to start, have no air conditioning, no GPS option, and no cup holders!

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AT FlInT HIll SCHool, PATenT BendInG IS actively taught and sought. e quest for tackling problems, stretching imaginations, and constructing real solutions is reinforced, TK12. Routinely, teachers challenge students with assignments to think, rethink, design, and re-engineer. eagerly, students accept. And, with each twist to try and encouraging turn to try again, their knowledge and confidence grow, as does the trust in their teachers. “I need our schematic,” said a fourth grader, who was transformed into a toy engineer, during the lower school’s 2nd annual day of Play. Working in small groups, with younger and older students paired as buddies, every TK-fourth grader was on a mission to collaborate on designing and building a toy. roughout the morning, recyclable materials began taking shape into the variety of toys the students had uniquely envisioned in their sketched concepts. Table hockey, a robotic teddy bear, a dog on wheels, an ice cream making kit were all based on known toys but produced as one-of-a-kind creations. ink about some of your best days of school or work or life, when you get so into it, so engaged in a project or working toward a common goal with the people around you, that you don’t want to stop. at Friday, october 4, was all about that kind of serious play—a fun experience that taught the kids deeper skills, whether or not they realized it. From the “I got it!” looks on their faces to inquisitive postures—leaning forward, nibbling on brain food (i.e. snacks), and hammering out the details with their co-creators— endorphins seemed to carry them from one part of the toymaking, patent-bending process to the next. ose moments are ones that they will likely recall to memory to help them problemsolve in their daily classes and as they go into the next grade and the next.

That’s So Prototypical Ancient History on many weekends, hundreds and thousands of people roll wheelbarrows out of their garages to move mulch or plants around their yards. As the fifth grade classes found out, what is now a typical gardening tool has existed for centuries, invented in China to carry military supplies. Studying about “Innovation Across the Ages,” last spring, the students learned what a difference inventions have made and can make in society. “We wanted our students to recognize how tools and inventions help to answer questions and solve problems, and how science concepts, engineering skills, and applications of technology impacted the quality of life in ancient civilizations,” says Fifth Grade Teacher denise Yassine. over several weeks, the students discovered the science behind several simple machines first built in ancient times: the rickshaw, shaduf, wheelbarrow, Archimedes’ screw, spinning wheel, and catapult. ey learned the geography and other social studies’ aspects of egypt and China, where those innovations originated. And then it was time to build their versions, as part of the Simple Machine design Challenge, and to apply their geometry skills

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while following the golden carpentry rule of “measure twice, cut once.” Groups were assigned to one of the six ancient mechanisms and instructed to build—over a two-week period— several prototypes, as well as a large-scaled, functional model to exhibit on campus to an audience of students, teachers, parents, and staff.

were purposefully formed to combine students from different fifth grade classes, with whom they would typically not have the opportunity to work. “is kind of collaboration,” says Mrs. Yassine, “invites students to think beyond the product, honoring the challenges within the process.”

e design challenge had a few obstacles to maneuver. All of the planning and construction were required to take place at school. e prototypes and final product had to be built from a mishmash of items including cardboard, tape, rubber bands, legos, straws, popsicle sticks, and pipe cleaners. And, the groups

learning from ancient times, the students discovered the depth of simple machines, how they can evolve in small or big ways, and still serve a public need far into the future. And, perhaps, they may be one of the next inventors to build a prototype that centuries from now will be considered typical and so very useful.

Souping-up the lunch line dean of Faculty emily Sanderson, who teaches the course, describes design thinking, in part, as “a process that encourages understanding the human needs of a project.” She reminds her students to always keep the users of a space in mind; it is not only a space to be filled. As good practice, the class is designing their own learning environment. And, being in the role of the primary end-user, they have interviewed each other, as well as teachers and learning center staff for their expertise on classroom usage.

Souped-up cars are those modified to have more power, like in e Fast and e Furious movies. e problem-solving skills used to accomplish that goal is a form of design thinking, although extreme (and certainly not endorsed). is year, upper school students in a new design thinking class are focused on identifying real issues around Flint Hill’s campuses and on putting the priority for solutions into a high gear. e first items on their to-design list are in the upper school: to make the lunch line in the cafeteria more efficient and to redesign the library space to meet the resource needs and study habits of this generation and the ones who follow.

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In the evolution of education from the little red, one-room schoolhouse to Flint Hill’s technologically wired dual-campuses, ideas, inventions, and innovations are bustling. is is a place where students are encouraged to challenge the patent, not simply for the sake of bending it, but with meaningful purpose to make changes for the better. <

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Flint Hill Annual Report 2012-2013

FLINT HILL: 2013 MAC GOLF CHAMPIONS

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100% Board of Trustees Faculty and Staff Parents Association Board

"I give because, here at Flint Hill School, I can help my students achieve higher

The Board of Trustees have always given unanimously, and for the past three years our faculty and staff have followed suit. Already, our faculty and staff have given at 100% for the 2013-14 year.

standards. With the small class sizes, I don’t have to compromise academic goals or the students’ future."

Revenue: Tuition and Fees - 93.15% Annual Fund 3.14% Auxiliary Services - 2.66% Parents Association Gift - .46% Other Gifts - .42% Endowment Income - .16%

Expenses: Salaries and Benefits - 60.69% Financial Aid - 9.80% Physical Plant - 7.53% Debt Service - 6.02% Auxiliary Services - 4.58% Technology - 4.39% Instructional - 3.95% General and Administrative - 3.05%

WHO GAVE TO THE 2012-13 ANNUAL FUND?

Mike Snyder, Upper School Computer Science and Robotics teacher 90% Class of 2013

70% Parent Participation Last spring, Headmaster John Thomas set a challenge to our parent community: "Reach 65% parent participation for the Annual Fund, and I’ll shave my 40-yearold mustache." The campaign proved to be a wonderful incentive for our community. It provided a time of education and fun for both students and parents. The mustache campaign reached a record high of 70% parent participation and raised $1.1 million.

6% Alumni participation (increased over last year)

Gifts made in honor of teachers increased from 6 last year to 144 this year. See page 28.


SUMMARY OF 2012-13 GIVING Annual Fund $1,118,331 Capital Gifts: Technology $55,000 Endowment $206,050 Parents Association Gifts: Endowment $100,000 Restricted for Middle School Science Classroom Renovations $31,386

The Byrnes Grant

"My time in London has had a tremendous impact on me and the way I teach. I was able to observe a school with a 314-year tradition adapt to modern society and the needs of an ever changing student population." –Maddie Krug "Attending the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference not only exposed me to many of the leading voices in literature today. It also confirmed for me what my English and Creative Writing students need to grow—in particular, that clear and precise feedback has the power to open creative thought in profound ways." –John Copenhaver "I experienced the wonders of Morocco not as a tourist, but as an educator. Whether I was visiting schools, attending lectures, or exploring cultural sites, having the ability to do so with French teachers from across the United States made every moment even more memorable." –Robin Goldstein "We invited a nationally renowned expert in academic coaching to host a three day training time for our Learning Center specialists. As a result, we’ve added aspects of academic coaching to all sessions, and have arranged the Upper School schedules for one-to-one sessions." –Susan Biggs "I traveled to South Africa to see 4000 year old rock art and study the ancient Sans People. My improved global perspective will make a difference in the way I teach my students about the cultural universals of society." –Denise Yassine

Restricted Gifts $53,335 Total Support $1,564,102

WHO GAVE TO THE 2012-13 ANNUAL FUND?

provides professional development opportunities to encourage outstanding educators in their efforts to bring knowledge, excitement and fulfillment to the children they teach. Made possible from a gift from the Byrnes family, the purpose of the grant is to enhance the education and inspiration of young people, who, through the dedicated efforts of superior teachers and coaches, can and will surpass their own expectations.

CAPITAL GIFTS Technology Fund Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beatty Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Endowment The Alloy Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Steven Alloy The Brody Fund Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker Becker Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I. Rich The Carbonell Family Fund for Financial Aid Ms. Carmen Carbonell ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Ms. Roxana Carbonell ’09 Nelson and Michèle Carbonell Family Foundation Financial Aid The Mary and Daniel Loughran Foundation, Inc. Parents Association Endowment for Financial Aid in Honor of Sally Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Lisker Parents Association Unrestricted Endowment Aetas Mirabilis Foundation CAPT and Mrs. Edward C. Kline Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas I. Smith RESTRICTED GIVING Anonymous (3) The Byrnes Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Byrnes Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cerruti Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. Coston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Klein Dr. and Mrs. Joel Richmon Mr. Jonathan C. Slater ’88

Parents Association The first $100,000 was given as the initial investment in the Parents Association Endowment for Financial Aid in honor of Sally Hazel, and the remaining $31,386 was used to renovate the 7th and 8th grade science rooms.


ANNUAL FUND GIFTS THE DRIVING SPIRIT ($50,000 +) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. William P. Graves Peterson Family Foundation II Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Peterson Ronald K. and Florence E. Richey Charitable Fund

BENEFACTOR’S SOCIETY ($25,000 - $49,999) The Byrnes Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Byrnes Nelson and Michèle Carbonell Family Foundation Ms. Carmen Carbonell ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Ms. Roxana Carbonell ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Corey Mrs. Lauren Peterson Fellows Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Milton V. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. William E. Peterson

CHAIRMAN SOCIETY ($15,000 - $24,999) Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Dycio Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Fouty Mr. Michael B. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Stuckey

MILLENNIUM SOCIETY ($10,000 - $14,999) Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beatty Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. Bierkan Mr. and Mrs. James R. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. Coston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Crowe Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dowd Ms. Susan S. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Drew Harker Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hazel Mitchell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Mitchell Mrs. Ada Zambetti

FOUNDER’S SOCIETY ($5,000 - $9,999) AES Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Anderson Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Benn Mr. and Mrs. David Boies III Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Boll Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brown III Mr. James M. Crowley and Ms. Kathryn T. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cumberland Jr. DeWitt Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. Jay Donegan Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Flagg

Dr. and Mrs. Peter F. Folger Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Frank Jr. Gannett Foundation Dr. Shashikant Gupta and Ms. Margaret K. Boryczka Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hazel Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John F. Hillen III Mr. and Mrs. Leo S. Horey III The JCM Foundation Mr. William C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Kain Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Lobel Mr. and Mrs. James F. MacGuidwin Mr. and Mrs. William W. McCarten Dr. and Mrs. Alan G. Merten Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moxley Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Parseghian Sr. The Police Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Police Mr. David A. Ross and Ms. Dana S. Crummer Mr. Hugh E. Taylor and Mrs. Tana G. McNeil-Taylor Virginia Lacrosse Club Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wasson

Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Suter Mr. and Mrs. David S. Wiley

GIFTS ($1,000 - $2,999) Aetna Foundation America’s Charities Anonymous (10) Aryan Hope Foundation Mr. Farhang Aryan Mr. and Mrs. John Ayanian Dr. Kristen Bae and Mr. Jeff Y. Bae Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Baldwin Mr. Donald J. Ball and Ms. Beverly R. Dart Bank of America Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker Mr. Rick Beckner and Ms. Erika Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Benoit Dr. and Mrs. Krzysztof M. Bochenek Dr. Evelyn S. Felluca and Mr. Donald J. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Loren P. Busby Mr. Michael W. Calhoun and Ms. Cheryl L. Janey-Calhoun Carr Family Limited Liability Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cerruti Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Cleland Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Cohen Col. an Lt. Col. Sharron Coley Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. William J. Coyne III Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crabtree H ’63 Dell Employee Giving Program Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. DiNapoli Ms. Lucy E. Donahue eBay Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eye Mr. and Mrs. David A. Farrell Fellows Foundation CAPT and Mrs. Charles D. Fellows, USN(Ret) Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fields Mr. William C. Fleeson ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Flickinger Mr. Leonard and Mrs. Elizabeth Forkas Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Fox Mr. Ronald P. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gramss Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Rahul Gupta Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Cliff W. Hamal Drs. John and Felicia Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Herlihy Mr. and Mrs. Steve T. Holland Dr. Charlie H. Hong and Ms. Jungeun S. Park Mr. and Mrs. Jim Horner Jr. Mr. Stephen F. Jessey and Ms. Kathryn Bucher Mr. and Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston III Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kearney Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keillor Dr. and Mrs. John Klimkiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I. Kliska CDR and Mrs. Theodore R. Kramer III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Lavin

HEADMASTER’S SOCIETY ($3,000 - $4,999) Mr. and Mrs. Craig P. Abod Mr. and Mrs. Kameran L. Ahari American Operations Corporation Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Augenstein Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Brendsel Mr. Douglas W. Briggs Jr. and Ms. M. Colleen Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Caplan Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Coe Drs. N. Andrew and Deborah Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Corkery Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dean III Mr. and Mrs. Lambros D. Demetriou RADM and Mrs. Thomas J. Eccles Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Field Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Foley Mr. and Mrs. Todd K. Frazier The Freddie Mac Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stephan A. Gianoplus Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Grey Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Hadjis Mr. and Mrs. Grayson S. Hanes Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Hemmer Mr. and Mrs. P. Krister Killinger Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. Landy Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martchek Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. McCann Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McCloud Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mendler Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Metz Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Neagli Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Nightingale Northrop Grumman Parseghian Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rucks Sr. Dr. Shannan B. Schuster and Mr. Reid P. Schuster

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Lisker Dr. Kathleen Corrigan and Mr. James R. Lovelace Mr. and Mrs. Christian R. Mahoney Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. McBride Mr. and Mrs. D. Sean McBride Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McCarey Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. McDuffie LTC and Mrs. Richard K. McGruder Mrs. Norma G. McOmber Mr. Joseph L. Musella and Mrs. Jennifer J. Mink Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Nelson Dr. Uy Nguyen and Mrs. Robyn Doan Mr. and Mrs. Basil O. Nkenchor Mrs. Janet M. Osborn Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pomeroy Jr. Raytheon Matching Gifts for Education Program Mr. Ronald Reck and Mrs. Olga Lorincz-Reck Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Renner Mr. Don and Mrs. Annette Rippert Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Robinson Mr. Robert F. Salmon and Ms. Lisa Kightlinger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sanfacon Dr. Lynda Dougherty and Mr. Klaus Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. David B. Schofield Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Craig Seebald Mr. David D. Selden Mr. and Mrs. David B. Shumway Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Sigal Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Singer Dr. Maneesha Singh and Mr. Permvir Singh Sprint Foundation Mr. Alan J. Statman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Stevens Mr. Doug Stinson Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Stone III Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Swart III H ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Darrin L. Talley Dr. Lei Zhang and Mr. Xue-Wei Tang Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thomas Mr. Gary W. Vaughan Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Velchik Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Walsh Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program Wiley Rein LLP Mr. and Mrs. Dexter E. Wood Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Yager Zeldin Family Foundation

GIFTS ($250 - $999) Mr. and Mrs. James F. Agnew III Mr. and Mrs. F. Nik Akhtar Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Andersen Mr. Kenneth R. Andino Anonymous (15) Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Anthony Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ayers Dr. Prakash Balan and Dr. Geeta Batra Mr. Vikesh and Mrs. Nidhi Bansal Dr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bath Mr. Michael Innella and Ms. Sylvia M. Bernardini Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas L. Berthiaux Mr. and Mrs. David K. Blum The Bowles Family Mr. and Mrs. David M. Breen Mr. Steve and Mrs. Shannon Briglia

EAST CAMPUS PLAYGROUND SHADE On April 1, we held a dedication ceremony to honor and thank current parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave and Naomi Klein as well as Naomi’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Joel and Barbara Richmon, for giving the gift of shade to the Lower School playground. The canopy covers the majority of the playground structure as well as a portion of the surrounding area, helping us accent the importance of sun safety.

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Ms. Annie J. Broche Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Brooks Mrs. Barbara G. Burnett Mrs. Blanche S. Burnett Ms. Mia Burton Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Chadab Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chajet Dr. and Mrs. Mohit Chaudhary Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ciesar Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cooper Mr. John H. Copenhaver Mr. and Mrs. John Cross The Cuevo Family Mr. Paul B. D’Ari and Ms. Marcy Magid Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Davies II Mr. and Mrs. Darryl E. Dennis Mr. Charles DePasquale DMB Foundation Mr. Anthony A. Dreux and Ms. Camile A. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Dubill ’92 Dr. Niloo Ziai and Mr. Hamid Ebrahimi Mr. and Mrs. Chima C. Eze Mr. and Mrs. David J. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fegan Mr. Robert J. Ferrer and Mrs. Terri L. Bottorff-Ferrer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Foster Mr. David C. Frederick and Ms. Sophie Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Fritsch Ms. Suzanne M. Grand Pre ’03 Ms. Deborah K. Green Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gregg Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Grisius Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grossman Mr. and Mrs. Ali G. Guney Mr. and Mrs. Ranjan Harikar Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Harrison Ms. Amelia Hay Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Helmer Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Herdman Mr. and Mrs. J. Craig Hill Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hillman Mr. and Mrs. David S. Hinnant Mr. Dan and Mrs. Cemile Sancak Holmes Ms. Marion Houstoun and Mr. Dick Scully Dr. Richard A. Ikeda and Ms. Anne E. Calhoun Mr. Brett Jackson and Ms. Nina F. Wurster Jackson Dr. Richard N. Jenet and Dr. Tammy Sparks-Jenet Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jenkins Jr. Dr. Stephen K. Johnson ’92 and Dr. Lora J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Kris Kadunce Mr. Shawn J. Kane and Ms. Carolyn E. Reams-Kane Ms. Ellen Chapline Kay Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kliska Korzeniewski Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Korzeniewski Mr. and Mrs. Dmitriy V. Kovtun Mr. Boris P. Krutov and Mrs. Elena V. Krutova Mr. Richard H. Kuhlthau and Ms. Helene Yip Hoi Yen Mr. Brian D. Lamont Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Lee Miri and Sammie Lim Kathy and Mark Lippman Mr. John E. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Magnani Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Mazan Mr. and Mrs. Tim P. McCaffrey Mr. and Mrs. David B. McCarey ’89 Dr. Marissa S. McDonnell and Mr. Michael R. McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I. McGuire Jr. Ms. Stacey Miller Dr. Natalie B. Milman and Mr. Douglas E. Milman Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Milner Dr. and Mrs. Martin M. Mitchell III Mr. and Mrs. James T. Montgomery Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adriaen M. Morse Jr. Mr. Stephen J. Moss and Mrs. Lisa A. Jung Ms. Mary C. Mulrean Mr. John G. Mwangi and Ms. Jane W. Mburu Mr. Tri T. Nguyen and Ms. Lan Vong-Nguyen

Mr. Richard E. Armstrong IV ’12 Mr. Frederick D. Atwood Mr. and Mrs. Stephen AuBuchon Mr. Thomas AuBuchon ’13 Mr. Hooman A. Azad ’13 Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes Mr. Geoffrey H. Barnwell Ms. Carol F. Barsha and Mr. Miguel Tejblum Ms. Jenny M. Barzegar Mr. and Mrs. Shahid H. Batalvi Ms. Courtney L. Beatty ’13 Mr. Ronald Beavers and Ms. Karen Lewis Mr. John J. Becker ’13 Ms. Kelly L. Becker ’11 Ms. L. McClain Bell Mr. Gabriel S. Bergman ’13 Mr. and Mrs. J. Mario Bergman Ms. Alexandra L. Bettius ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Atul K. Bhatia Mr. Cameron R. Bierkan ’13 Ms. Elaine O. Bigelow ’06 Mr. Justin M. Biggs ’06 Dr. Susan H. Biggs and Mr. Martin K. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Birkholz Mr. Cameron W. Blackwell ’13 Ms. Kathleen S. Blaszak ’01 Ms. Savannah M. R. Block ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Vikram A. Boppudi Ms. Melissa J. Bosco ’05 Ms. Maureen K. Boucher Mr. Scott P. Boulineaux ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Boulineaux Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bown Ms. Brooke L. Branam ’03 Ms. Jill E. Brantley Mr. Justin P. Bree ’06 Ms. Natalie D. Brendsel ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Brown Mr. Christopher N. Brown and Ms. Jennifer A. Harper Mr. Roderick C. Brown ’71 Ms. Alexandra H. Burger ’12 Ms. Kristina A. Burger ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Traverse T. Burnett ’94 Mr. Everett R. Burris ’12 Mr. Jared L. Busby ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Callard Mr. and Mrs. Sam S. Cambata Mr. Thomas H. Campbell Mrs. Megan Q. Campion Ms. Julia E. Cantwell ’13 Mr. David R. Caplan ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cardell Ms. Julia G. Cardone Ms. Cynthia Carey Mr. Andrew Carle and Ms. Judith A. Kittle Ms. Charlene D. Carthon Ms. Natalie Chanfreau ’12 Mr. Howard W. Chang Mr. Jonah Chang ’13 Ms. Hung-Hua C. Charbonnet Ms. Nawal Chaudry ’13 Mr. Connor T. Chess ’13 OSCS(SW) and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Chewning, USN(Ret) ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Chiarolanzio Mr. Daniel S. Christian ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Wen Hsu Chu Mr. Brian M. Clark ’13 Mr. Rick T. Clark Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 Ms. Amy Clement Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Cline Ms. Ruth Cline Mr. Jose F. Cohen-Freue ’08 Mr. Michael A. Cole ’13 Ms. Marilyn B. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Cook Mrs. Martha B. Cooper ’66 and Mr. Garland Cooper Mr. Jeffery C. Copeland ’10 Ms. Lauren G. Copeland ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Corrothers Mr. Evan R. Corrothers Mr. Andrew J. Coston ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Coston Mr. Harrison M. Covall ’06

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Oakley Mr. and Mrs. George N. Odoom Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Oliva Mr. Michael K. Osborn Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Paolozzi Mr. Seok Gil Park and Mrs. Young Sun Chai Dr. and Mrs. David B. Patton Dr. and Mrs. Roberto A. Perrelli Mr. Christopher M. Peterson ’09 Mr. Timothy D. Peterson ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Derek Pirie Mr. and Mrs. Quentin R. Plaut Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Igor Rafalovich Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rebibo Mr. and Mrs. James M. Renner Dr. Luis A. Rodriguez and Ms. Hjordys Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Eric R. Running Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Saleh Dr. Christina E. Samra Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Scherer Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Schwien Scitor Corporation Mr. and Mrs. John R. Shane Mr. and Mrs. Rhoderick M. Shaw Ms. Denise E. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Shiveley Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sipher Mr. and Mrs. Marc M. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. James C. Spence Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Spivy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Stanciu Ms. Karen L. Statman The Stiebel Family Dr. and Mrs. Brian R. Subach Dr. A. Bruce Thomas II Dr. Daphne G. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Thompson Truist Ms. Ellen V. Turner ’01 Mr. Sam Turner and Ms. Kathleen Turner UBS Wealth Management United Way of the National Capital Area Mr. Mark Van Hout Jr. and Mrs. Liesbet Jans Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Veillette Mrs. Lynda S. Vickers-Smith ’65 VMI "Group of Seven" Mrs. Joan F. Vogel Mr. Kyaw Wai and Ms. Natalia Velitchko Ms. Alison Waldman Ms. Maria D. Weeks Dr. and Mrs. Gary J. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Wellde Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Wertzberger Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Wishkoff Mr. Douglas E. Wolfe and Mrs. Melanie Jarratt Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. HoYoon Yoon Mr. Richard E. Young Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Zecca Jr.

GIFTS ($0.01 - $249) Mr. Dana F. Abrahamsen and Ms. Joan E. Moriarty Mr. Patrick J. Abrahamsen ’13 Mr. Nicolas A. Abrigo ’08 Mr. Sebastian Abrigo ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Irv Abt Mr. Kevin S. Abt ’13 Mr. Nicholas R. Adam ’03 Ms. Monica Y. Akhtar ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo A. Alfonso Mr. Martin Alles and Ms. Jill Esposito Ms. Dana K. Alloy ’12 Ms. Stephanie L. Altreuter ’13 Mr. Lucas R. Ames Mr. Kyle S. Amey ’06 Ms. Carrol L. Anderson Mr. Curtis M. Anderson and Ms. Margaret L. Cummisky Mr. Jesse L. Anderson ’13 Mr. Jeston B. Anderson ’12 Anonymous (130) Ms. Yasaman Ansari ’13 Ms. Carmen R. Arenas-Abrigo Mr. and Mrs. David P. Arey Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Armstrong III

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Ms. Martha L. Crockett ’07 Mr. Patrick B. Cronin Ms. Julia M. Crowley ’07 Mr. Ronald S. Cruse Mr. Barry A. Culman and Ms. Leslie K. Dupree-Culman Ms. Tracey L. Cumberland Mr. William P. Cumberland III ’13 Ms. Deborah Cunningham Mr. John Cunningham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Curtis Jr. Mr. John R. Curtis ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Curtis Jr. Mr. Colbey B. Davies ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Davies Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Davis Ms. Dianne Davis ’67 Dr. Sharon L. Brady and Mr. Rohan J. Davis Mr. Matthew D. Davisson ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Davisson Mr. Taylor N. Davis ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Day Mrs. Abby D. de Goey ’03 Ms. Janell N. Deadwyler Ms. Theresa S. Dean Mr. Kyle deCamp ’13 Mr. Barry Wallace and Ms. Lindsay C. Deibler Ms. Patricia W. Deveneau Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. DeVore Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln S. Dewar Ms. Roxana Diaz Mr. Gregory M. DiMattina ’07 Mr. Gregory J. Doerr ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Doerr Mr. Andrew L. Doll ’03 Ms. Jessica L. Doll ’01 Mrs. Danielle L. Donaldson Ms. Hannah G. Donegan ’13 Mr. Robert Duggar Ms. Kimberly Duncan and Mr. Eric Duncan Mr. Scott C. Dutton ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds Jr. Dr. Jenifer R. Elkus Mr. Robert E. Ellis Jr. ’65 and Ms. Aleta Richards Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellison III Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. C. Elms Mr. Rajendiran Elumalai and Mrs. Tara Rajendiran Mrs. Lori B. Emerick Ms. Jeanine Englert Ms. Alexandra N. Ervin ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Evans Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Evans Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Evans Dr. Sunae P. Evans and Mr. Thomas D. Evans Mr. Andrew D. Everstine Ms. Ashli C. Everstine ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Everstine Mrs. Patricia H. Eyer Ms. Camille Falisse H ’09 Mr. Martin C. Falisse H ’11 Ms. Hailey M. Farrell ’12 Mr. Patrick Farrell ’12 Mr. Brian B. Feldmann ’07 Mr. Emani T. Fenton ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Harald C. Finger The Honorable Nancy Firestone Mr. James J. Fitzpatrick ’95 MAJ and Mrs. Phillip A. Fleming Mr. Alex D. Fletcher ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Flood Mr. David S. Flores Mr. Carl D. Ford Jr. ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Fortkort Mr. and Mrs. John G. Foster Mr. Bruce Nixon and Ms. Cianne R. Fragione Mr. Michael G. Freedman ’06 Ms. Catherine J. French Ms. Diana M. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gaal Ms. Regina Gallucci and Mr. Chuck Grube Mr. and Mrs. Sudhakar Garlanka Mr. Dale C. Garrett ’13 Mr. Jackson R. Geller ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Vali Ghaderi


Ms. Adele E. Gibson ’13 Ms. Ansley S. Gibson ’13 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Gibson Ms. Kendall C. Gibson ’13 Mr. Daniel M. Giguere ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mrs. Robin M. Goldstein Mr. Alexander Goossens ’13 Dr. and Mrs. Blair P. Gormley ’91 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Goulding Jr. Ms. Kellie B. Gowdy Ms. Judith Grandes Ms. Anne R. Grant Mr. Harrison R. Gray ’12 Ms. Jennifer A. P. Green ’07 Mr. Joshua D. Green ’10 Mr. Andrew W. Gregg ’03 Mr. Robert W. Grey ’12 Mr. Robert J. Griffiths ’13 Mrs. Bree A. Groff Mr. and Mrs. Gary Grosh Mr. Bryan M. Gross ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Grossman Mr. James B. Grow Jr. ’13 Ms. Katherine Constantinova Guevara ’94 Ms. Patricia E. Guillen ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Hajost Mrs. Michelle L. Haley Mr. and Mrs. John Hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardie Dr. Daniella E. Hines-Harris and Mr. Earl S. Harris Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Harris Ms. Emily W. Hazel ’09 Mr. James M. Hazel ’07 Ms. Brittany N. Heck ’12 Ms. Robin A. Heimann Ms. Jennifer L. Hendrix ’13 Ms. Brandy L. Henricks Mr. and Mrs. Steven K. Henry Mr. Christopher S. Herlihy ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herman Ms. Haley E. Hickey ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Derrick A. Hicks Mr. Thomas L. Hill Jr. Dr. Todd H. Hillman and Ms. Deborah E. Mayer Mr. Tony Hinnant Mr. Christopher R. Hintz ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Hintz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hoag Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffman Mrs. Donna J. Holaday Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Holder Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Holloway Ms. Claire C. Holman ’07 Mr. William B. Holman ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holran Mr. John L. Hoover Mr. John P. Horey ’13 Mr. David Horton and Ms. Susan Kohli Mrs. Catherine S. Huber Mr. Ronald M. Hudak and Ms. Susan L. Hahn Mr. Richard B. Hughes ’69 Ms. Stephanie A. Hulke Mr. John R. Ifft Mr. Bernard E. Innocent ’06 Dr. Margo E. Isabel Mr. and Mrs. Zuberr A. Ismael Mr. and Mrs. Latif A. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Jaffe Mr. Ali Jalaie ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Jarratt Ms. Antonette Y. Jefferson H ’99 Mrs. Shirley C. Jenet Mr. Sergio A. Jimenez ’07 Mr. G. Taylor Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Jones Mrs. Barbara A. Joost Ms. Sonia Josa Castro Ms. Tara A. Kalwarski ’98 Mr. Andrew J. Kane Mr. Sachin Kansal and Ms. Puja Gupta Mr. Benjamin R. Kase ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson L. Kase Mr. David P. Kay ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. Kaypaghian Ms. Sally V. Kay ’08 Ms. Nicole R. Keister ’13

Mr. Dylan Dausch and Ms. Jennifer L. McKain-Dausch Mr. and Mrs. Howard McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McKinney Ms. Keelyn E. McLaughlin ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan McMurrer Mr. Kevin A. McNerney Jr. ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Medvid Ms. Sonja E. Meighan ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Mengenhauser Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Merten VADM and Mrs. Gerald E. Miller, (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Miller Mr. Alexander G. Milliken ’12 Ms. Melanie D. Milnes Mr. Matthew Montagne ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Montagne Jr. Mrs. Dorothy L. Mooney ’74 and Mr. Timothy J. Mooney Mr. John F. Mooney ’07 Ms. Katharine L. Mooney ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Ian Moore Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Moore Jr. Ms. Valerie Morehouse Ms. Anabelle Morgan Mr. Patrick N. Morgan Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Program Ms. Rebecca C. Morris ’07 Ms. Faith M. Morrison ’13 Ms. Leslie E. Morrissette Ms. Sara A. Morse ’13 Mrs. Jenelle A. Mrykalo Dr. John Mulaa and Ms. Mary Mulusa Ms. Danielle K. Muller Ms. Sarah Mulrean-Wiemann ’13 Mrs. Olga O. Munoz Mr. Mark H. Murphy Mr. Ben Nadeau ’06 Mr. Moinuddin B. Nawabzada and Ms. Shamsiya F. Shervani Mr. Jesse D. Nayak ’13 Dr. Pradeep R. Nayak and Dr. Kathrin E. Swoboda Mr. and Mrs. John Negron Ms. Louisa J. Neill Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nelson Mr. Rubens H. Noguchi and Mrs. Kahoru Tanaka Noguchi Mrs. Margaret B. Noojin Mr. and Mrs. Prescott R. Noone Mr. Andrew B. Norris ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Oakhill Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. O’Brien Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Rory P. O’Brien ’92 Ms. Wanda B. Ocasio Ms. Elizabeth A. O’Connor ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy K. O’Connor Mr. Erik G. Odelstierna ’06 Mrs. Dianne Denlinger Oehlms H ’67 Mr. Martin Oh ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Okoth Ms. Susan Okula The O’Malley Family Ms. Carrie Overholt Mr. Cooper Overholt ’13 Mr. Courtlandt N. Overholt Mr. Andrew M. Pacala ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Painter Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Panayi Ms. Victoria C. Parra ’03 Mr. Gregory J. Parseghian Jr. ’13 Mr. Kealan Parsons ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Partin Mr. Jordan S. Pasternak ’11 Mr. Jaishiv V. Patel ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Vinay B. Patel Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Patriciu Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Patrick Mrs. Janice M. Patton MAJ and Mrs. Steven R. Pawlow Ms. Martha Perea Mr. Rory T. Perkins Mrs. Kate R. Peterson Mr. Steven D. Peterson ’13 Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. Matthew W. Philipp Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Keith Ms. Jordyn A. Kennedy ’11 Ms. Rachel D. Kernodle Mr. Thomas W. Kessel Mr. Jason S. Kessler ’03 Mr. Kasey R. Kettle ’13 Mr. Kody Kettle ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Aftab A. Khan Dr. and Mrs. Sandeep Khandhar Dr. Mukhtar A. Khan and Dr. Mahnaz Parveen Mr. Earl F. Kibler Ms. Sarah Kim ’13 Mr. and Mrs. David Klein Ms. Lauren E. Kliska ’13 Mr. Michael A. Kliska ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip M. Knicely Ms. Caitlin W. Knobelauch ’06 Ms. Carol H. Koger Mr. Matthew R. Koger ’12 Ms. J. Esther Koo ’13 Ms. Naa-Adei Kotey CAPT and Mrs. T. R. Kramer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Krisko CDR and Mrs. Andrew C. Krug Dr. and Mrs. A. Zachary Krug ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Lampkin Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Lamson Mr. Forrest E. Landy ’13 Mr. Joseph B. Lane ’13 Mr. Alec T. Latimer ’03 Ms. Jennifer A. Lavet ’08 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Leonard Mr. Skyler R. Leonard ’13 Ms. Diamond D. Leone Mr. Alex L. Lester Mr. and Ms. Philip Letowt Mr. Ralph Petta and Ms. Lisa Levine Mr. Zachary J. Levine ’13 Mr. Scott R. Lieberman and Ms. Andrea Shore Ms. Aimee S. Lim Ms. Jamie H. Lim ’13 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. David G. B. Lindsay Ms. Bridget M. Linzmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Lock Mr. Jacob T. Lock ’13 Ms. Anna K. Lombardo ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Lombardo Dr. Karan Lotfi and Dr. Azi Koochekzadeh Mr. and Mrs. J. Kendall Lott Mr. Heng Chuan Low and Ms. Shyue Charn Lim Ms. Claire E. Lozano Ms. Melissa V. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lucas Mr. Jared B. Luebbers ’12 Ms. Abbe Luther Mr. Anthony D. Lynch ’12 Ms. Natalie C. Lyon ’13 Ms. Elise MacGuidwin ’12 Mr. Eric A. Mack and Ms. Sarah J. Williams Ms. Anna E. Mackintosh ’03 Ms. Alyson M. MacLatchy ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magid Mr. and Mrs. John C. Magner Mr. James A. Maiden Jr. and Mrs. Maureen E. Townsend-Maiden Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Mankin Mr. Ricardo N. Manosalvas ’13 Mr. Michael C. Marcinek ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Marich Dr. Edward P. Martin Jr. and Mrs. Norine A. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Tony Martin Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Marzett Ms. Lucy S. Mathias ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. McAlpine Ms. Shelby McAlpine ’13 Mrs. Shannon McCarty Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alan McCray Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. McDonald ’87 Ms. Melanie E. McGhee ’12 Ms. Victoria T. McGill ’12 Mr. Blake McGinley ’13 LTC Imogene McGriggs-Jamison

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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Piazza Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Pierce Jr. Ms. Mary V. Pilger ’04 Ms. Carolyn Pitches Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pitulej Drs. David and Jeanette Pleasure Mr. Mark C. Plein ’13 Ms. Rebecca M. Ploetz ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Purcell ’63 Ms. Marie N. Purkert ’03 Mr. Choon Kiong Quek and Ms. Meng Choo Leow Mr. Deivakumar S. Rajasingam and Ms. Aruna Ramanathan Ms. Angela Ramacci Mr. Alex E. Rappoport ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Rappoport Ms. Jenny E. Ratzel Mr. Jerrod Reed ’13 Mr. Ricardo A. Reed Mr. Thomas A. Rehberger ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. William G. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ricard Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Rice Mr. Edward A. Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lyford D. Rich Mr. Steve Gilfus and Ms. Nicole T. Rigores Mr. Richard Ripley and Mrs. Sarah Pajot Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ritthaworn Mr. and Mrs. David J. Roberts Ms. K. Meghan Robertson Mr. Felipe M. Rodriguez and Mrs. Mary E. Barrett-Rodriguez Ms. Claire M. Romansky ’13 Mrs. Gail P. Romansky The Roodberg Family Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Rosenblum Mr. James Rosen ’12 Dr. Kathleen N. Rosen and Mr. Jeffrey A. Rosen Mr. Derek D. Ross Dr. Penni N. Ross Mr. Robert R. Rucks Jr. ’12 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ruffle MAJ James C. Runk, USAF(Ret) ’73 and Lt.Col. Kathy Runk, USAF(Ret) Mr. Paul B. Rusby and Ms. Amanda Wood Ms. Jessica L. Rush ’13 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rush Jr. Ms. Barbara M. Sadar Mr. Andrew R. Sailer ’06 Ms. Laura S. Saleh ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Craig Salewski Mr. Mark F. Samra ’06 Mr. John C. Budhu and Mrs. Norma E. Sanchez-Budhu Ms. Emily Sanderson Mr. Patrick F. Sanguineti ’13 1LT Scott M. Schillereff ’05 Dr. Maia S. Schmidt and Mr. Stephen E. Schmidt Mr. and Ms. Douglas B. Schoemer Mr. and Mrs. David G. Schofield Mr. Richard H. Schofield ’83 LT Keven P. Schreiber JAGC, USN ’01 Ms. Jeanine M. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Schwartz Dr. F. Dereck Scott Mrs. Melissa M. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Sealy Mr. and Mrs. Nandan S. Setlur Mr. Vikram Setlur ’13 Mr. Reza Shahmirzadi Ms. Helen Shansby ’03 Ms. Megan M. Shapleigh ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Hari S. Sharma Ms. Caroline K. Shaw ’13 Mr. Daniel W. T. Shaw ’05 Ms. Emily M. C. Sherman ’06 Mr. Berhanu Shitaye and Ms. Aden Zewdie Dr. and Mrs. Robert Shor Mr. Jacob S. Shor ’13 Mr. James P. Shuler ’10 Ms. Becca Sigal ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Simoncelli Ms. Karen V. Simons Mr. Walter R. Sisson Mrs. Marjorie L. Smilowitz


Ms. Emily D. Smith Ms. Laura Smith Ms. Lauren Smith ’13 Mr. Norman G. Smith Jr. ’63 Mr. Christopher A. Baker and Ms. Aixa Y. Snell Mr. Michael A. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Solomon Ms. Monica L. Soni ’11 Ms. Ashley Sprano ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew V. Springer Ms. Kristin T. Staffo ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Starnes Mr. Lowell Stern and Ms. Juleen Savarese Mr. Douglas G. Stevens ’13 Ms. Patricia R. Stiffler Mr. Danny H. Strouth Ms. Rachel M. Swarts ’13 Ms. Brittany Sweatman ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Swoboda Mr. and Mrs. Divakar C. Tailor Ms. Molly A. Tanner Mr. Noel K. Taterway ’13 Ms. Jeannette R. Tavares ’06 Mr. Swee Kiat Tay and Ms. Suk Yee Choi

Mr. Robert C. Taylor and Ms. Madeleine R. McCoy Mr. Benjamin S. Thomas ’13 Ms. Julie A. Thomas Mr. Ronald L. Thomas ’61 and Mrs. Martha A. Thomas ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Thompson Ms. Lauren P. Thompson ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Chad H. Thornburg Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Tiedge Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Tischner Mr. Richard S. Tischner III ’13 Mrs. Shannon L. Titmas Ms. Gail M. Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. William H. Toth Dr. Ekaterina Kouprianova and Mr. Leonid S. Troitski Mr. Geoffrey N. B. Trotter ’13 Mr. Joel C. Trotter Ms. Katharine L. Tunks Dr. Daniel I. Turetsky and Dr. Andrea Podeschi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Turner Ms. Melissa A. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Recep Unsal Mr. Mark E. Van Der Weide and Ms. Michele T. St. Mary

Ms. Leigh Van Swall Mr. William D. VanLear ’16 Mr. William G. VanOrden Dr. Supriya Varma Mr. and Mrs. Reginald K. Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Vecchio Ms. Alison J. Velchik H ’11 Mr. Michael K. Velchik H ’08 Mr. Thomas G. Verbanic Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Viente Mr. Dom Vo and Ms. Thi Anh Le Ms. Tamdan T. Vo ’03 Mr. David Walsh Mr. and Mrs. James L. Walsh The Reverend and Mrs. Edwin M. Ward Mr. and Mrs. George D. Webster III Mr. Jack and Mrs. Sharon Weiss Ms. Ann H. Westlake Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Whitaker Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Whitney Mr. Adam G. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Williams II Mr. Clark A. Wilson ’97 Mr. Moe-Zaw Win ’13 Ms. Beverly S. Winston ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Woelflein

Mr. Lucas J. Wolff ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Wright Mr. Yi Wu and Ms. Rui Ding Dr. Yan Xue Mrs. Natile Yarborough Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Yarbrough Mr. Cameron M. Yassine ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Riad Yassine Mr. Richard Naedel and Mrs. Linda Yeagley Ms. Angelica L. Young ’13 Ms. Julie A. Young Mrs. Tai L. Young Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Young Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Young Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Yousefi Mr. Bassam Zahed and Ms. Bassima El-Masri Zahed Mr. Nizar Zahed ’12 Mr. Ali Zarandazchi ’13 Mr. Wilson O. Zavala Jr. ’13 Ms. Adrienne R. Zelnick ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Ali Ziamanesh Mr. and Mrs. David Zook H= Honorary Alumni

Annual Fund Gifts from Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Irv Abt Kevin ’13 and Michelle ’15 Abt Anonymous Ms. Judy L. Beckman Kevin ’13 and Michelle ’15 Abt Mrs. Blanche S. Burnett Greg Harris ’15 Ms. Ruth Cline Alexandra Cline ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. Coston Jr. A.J. Coston ’07 and Zach Pabis ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Davies Hailey ’16, Catherine ’18, and Brian ’20 Scherer Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dowd Bria ’12, Bobby ’23, and Sophia ’26 Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds Jr. Mary ’09, Allie ’11, Hooks ’15, and David ’19 Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Chris Evans Brianna Klein ’14 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Everstine Ashli ’13 and Julia ’15 Everstine Mrs. Patricia H. Eyer Marissa Magnani ’15 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fegan Dennis ’18, Kara ’19, Kelli ’22, and Anna ’24 Giuliani

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Kliska Michael ’12 and Lauren ’13 Kliska CAPT and Mrs. T. R. Kramer Jr. Mardy ’19 and Nixon ’19 Kramer Mr. and Mrs. David G. B. Lindsay Joey ’17, McKenna ’19, and Charlie ’27 Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magid Jonathan D’Ari ’18 Mr. and Mrs. William W. McCarten Corey McCarten ’14; Kristopher ’22 and Lily ’25 Kadunce Dr. and Mrs. Alan G. Merten Ryan ’23 and Adam ’24 Merten Mr. and Mrs. Milton V. Peterson Chris ’09, Tim ’10, Cara ’10, Steven ’13, Nick ’14, and Tommy ’15 Peterson; Jill ’07 and Megan ’09 Fellows Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pitulej Syd Pitulej ’19 Drs. David and Jeanette Pleasure Tess Pleasure ’19 Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Hayden ’26, Landon ’26, and Morgan ’26 Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Rice Isabel Rice-Martorell ’17 and Edward Rice ’22 Mr. Richard Ripley and Mrs. Sarah Pajot Cayden Ricard ’25

CAPT and Mrs. Charles D. Fellows, USN(Ret) Jill ’07, Christie ’09, Megan ’09, Jess ’11, Drew ’14, and Allie ’15 Fellows Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Field Aurele ’17 and John ’19 Nault; Alessandro ’21 and Mariella ’23 Silvia Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fields Austin Jones ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Foster Davis ’19 and Garret ’21 Blum Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Fritsch Libby ’15 and Lena ’17 Cohen Ms. Regina Gallucci and Mr. Chuck Grube Kathryn ’15 and Aubree ’18 Phillips Ms. Judith Grandes Elena ’11 and Tenney ’15 Rosenblum Ms. Anne R. Grant Grant ’16 and Nina ’18 Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hazel Jr. Ginny Len ’99, Alix ’01, Mac ’07, and Emily ’09 Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hillman Ben ’14 and Adam ’17 Hillman Mr. Tony Hinnant Cadence Hinnant ’20 Ms. Marion Houstoun and Mr. Dick Scully Lauren Craige ’18 Mrs. Shirley C. Jenet Blair ’10 and Jack ’15 Jenet Mr. and Mrs. James R. Keith Alexander Gupta ’16

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Schofield Lizzy ’14 and Emily ’17 Schofield Mr. and Mrs. Hari S. Sharma Shiv Sharma ’20 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Spence Jenny ’13, Brittany ’16, Christopher ’20, and Nicholas ’20 Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Swanson Lizzy Schwien ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Swoboda Rodger ’07, Katrina ’10, and Jesse ’13 Nayak Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Thompson Aleck Thompson ’23 Mr. Clive VanOrden Will VanOrden ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Vecchio Lauren Simons ’16 Mrs. Joan F. Vogel Matthew ’12, Michael ’14, and Sarah ’18 Davisson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Walsh Brigit Cook ’23 Mrs. Natile Yarborough Andre Jackson ’25 Mr. Richard Naedel and Mrs. Linda Yeagley Teddie Yeagley ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Young Caroline Rich ’21 Mrs. Ada Zambetti Nick Fouty ’16

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ANNUAL FUND PARENT PARTICIPATION Class of 2013 Parent Participation 62%

Class of 2014 Parent Participation 68%

Class of 2015 Parent Participation 74%

Mr. Dana F. Abrahamsen and Ms. Joan E. Moriarty Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Abt Ms. Carrol L. Anderson Anonymous (6) Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Stephen AuBuchon Dr. Mojgan Shaafi and Mr. Rasool A. Azad Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beatty Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker Mr. and Mrs. J. Mario Bergman Mr. Michael Innella and Ms. Sylvia M. Bernardini Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. Bierkan Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Blackwell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Boulineaux Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Brendsel Mr. and Mrs. Loren P. Busby Dr. Mary E. Cantwell and Mr. Timothy J. Cantwell Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Chang Dr. and Mrs. Mohit Chaudhary Mr. and Mrs. Taylor O. Chess Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Cleland Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Cole Mr. Ronald S. Cruse Ms. Tracey L. Cumberland Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cumberland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Curtis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Davies II Ms. Roxana Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Doerr Mr. and Mrs. Jay Donegan Mr. Rajendiran Elumalai and Mrs. Tara Rajendiran Mr. Andrew D. Everstine Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Fortkort Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. John J. Goulding Jr. Ms. Kellie B. Gowdy Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Hintz Mr. and Mrs. Leo S. Horey III Dr. Margo E. Isabel Mr. and Mrs. Zuberr A. Ismael Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson L. Kase Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I. Kliska Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. Landy Mr. and Mrs. David H. Leonard Mr. Ralph Petta and Ms. Lisa Levine Mr. Sammie and Mrs. Miri Lim Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Lobel Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Lock Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Lombardo Mr. Eric A. Mack and Ms. Sarah J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. McAlpine Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McCloud Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Adriaen M. Morse Jr. Ms. Mary C. Mulrean Dr. Pradeep R. Nayak and Dr. Kathrin E. Swoboda Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott O’Brien Mrs. Janet M. Osborn Mr. Michael K. Osborn Ms. Carrie Overholt Mr. Courtlandt N. Overholt Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Parseghian Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Vinay B. Patel Mr. and Mrs. William E. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Rappoport Mr. Ricardo A. Reed The Rivellini Family Mrs. Gail P. Romansky Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rush Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nandan S. Setlur Mr. and Mrs. Rhoderick M. Shaw Dr. and Mrs. Robert Shor Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Binod K. Taterway Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Tischner Mr. Joel C. Trotter Ms. Maria D. Weeks Mr. Richard E. Young

Mr. and Mrs. Craig P. Abod Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Andersen Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Anderson Anonymous (8) Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Baldwin Mr. Vikesh and Mrs. Nidhi Bansal Ms. Jenny M. Barzegar Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Benn Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Boll Mr. and Mrs. David M. Breen Mr. Douglas W. Briggs Jr. and Ms. M. Colleen Dalton Mr. Steve and Mrs. Shannon Briglia Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Byrnes Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Chadab Mr. and Mrs. Taylor O. Chess Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Cleland Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Davisson Mr. and Mrs. Darryl E. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. George L. Doyle Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellison III Dr. Sunae P. Evans and Mr. Thomas D. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Flagg Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Flood Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Foley Dr. and Mrs. Peter F. Folger Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Todd K. Frazier Mr. David C. Frederick and Ms. Sophie Lynn Ms. Diana M. Fulton Mr. Michael B. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. William P. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Grey Mr. and Mrs. Drew Harker Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Harrington Ms. Robin A. Heimann Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Herdman Dr. Todd H. Hillman and Ms. Deborah E. Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Steve T. Holland Mr. David Horton and Ms. Susan Kohli Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Howard Dr. Richard A. Ikeda and Ms. Anne E. Calhoun Mr. Stephen F. Jessey and Ms. Kathryn Bucher Mr. William C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Kristopher Kadunce Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kennedy Ms. Carol H. Koger Mr. Richard H. Kuhlthau and Ms. Helene Yip Hoi Yen Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. Landy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Marich Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martchek Dr. Marissa S. McDonnell and Mr. Michael R. McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I. McGuire Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Moore Jr. Dr. John Mulaa and Ms. Mary Mulusa Mr. and Mrs. Basil O. Nkenchor Mr. and Mrs. George N. Odoom Sr. Ms. Carrie Overholt Mr. Courtlandt N. Overholt Dr. and Mrs. David B. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Pierce Jr. Mrs. Elicia M. Pierno Mr. Don and Mrs. Annette Rippert Mr. David A. Ross and Ms. Dana S. Crummer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sanfacon Mr. and Mrs. David B. Schofield Ms. Denise E. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Shevlin Mr. Walter R. Sisson Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Stuckey Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Suter Dr. Lei Zhang and Mr. Xue-Wei Tang Mr. and Mrs. Binod K. Taterway Mr. and Mrs. Chad H. Thornburg Ms. Gail M. Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Wellde Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Whitaker Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Wiley Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Woelflein Mr. and Mrs. Dexter E. Wood Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Zecca Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Abt Mr. and Mrs. James F. Agnew III Mr. and Mrs. F. Nik Akhtar Mr. Martin Alles and Ms. Jill Esposito Ms. Roxana B. Al-Qatou Ms. Carrol L. Anderson Anonymous (13) Ms. Carmen R. Arenas-Abrigo Mr. and Mrs. David P. Arey Mr. and Mrs. Atul K. Bhatia Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. Bierkan Dr. Susan H. Biggs and Mr. Martin K. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Blackwell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Brendsel Dr. Evelyn S. Felluca and Mr. Donald J. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cerruti Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chajet Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ciesar Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Cline Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Cohen Col. and Lt. Col. Sharron Coley Mr. and Mrs. Jon Corey Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. William Crowe Mr. James M. Crowley and Ms. Kathryn T. Campbell Mr. Ronald S. Cruse Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cumberland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Davine Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dean III Mr. Andrew D. Everstine Mr. and Mrs. David A. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. David J. Farrell Ms. Susan S. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Flickinger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Foley Leonard and Elizabeth Forkas Mr. and Mrs. Sudhakar Garlanka Mr. and Mrs. Cliff W. Hamal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardie Dr. Daniella E. Hines-Harris and Mr. Earl S. Harris Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Herd Mr. and Mrs. Jim Horner Jr. Dr. Richard N. Jenet and Dr. Tammy Sparks-Jenet Mr. and Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston III Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keillor Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Krisko Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Lavin Mr. and Ms. Philip Letowt Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Lisker Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Magnani Mr. and Mrs. Christian R. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Tim P. McCaffrey LTC Imogene McGriggs-Jamison Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Metz Mr. and Mrs. David W. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Montagne Jr. Ms. Leslie E. Morrissette Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Panayi Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Parsons MAJ and Mrs. Steven R. Pawlow Mr. and Mrs. William E. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Police Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. William G. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. James M. Renner Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Robinson Mr. Felipe M. Rodriguez and Mrs. Mary E. Barrett-Rodriguez The Roodberg Family Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Rosenblum Ms. Barbara M. Sadar Mr. and Mrs. Craig Salewski Mr. Robert F. Salmon and Ms. Lisa Kightlinger Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Schwien Mr. and Mrs. David B. Shumway Dr. Maneesha Singh and Mr. Permvir Singh Mr. and Mrs. Marc M. Snyder Mr. Alan J. Statman Ms. Karen L. Statman The Stiebel Family Ms. Patricia R. Stiffler Mr. and Mrs. John F. Swart III H ’76

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Class of 2016 Parent Participation 73% Mr. and Mrs. Kameran L. Ahari Mr. Curtis M. Anderson and Ms. Margaret L. Cummisky Anonymous (7) Mr. and Mrs. John Ayanian Dr. Mojgan Shaafi and Mr. Rasool A. Azad Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Benn Dr. and Mrs. Joel R. Braunfeld Shannon and Steve Briglia Mr. Michael W. Calhoun and Ms. Cheryl L. Janey-Calhoun Dr. and Mrs. Mohit Chaudhary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Chiarolanzio Drs. N. Andrew and Deborah Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Corkery Mr. and Mrs. John Cross Mr. Barry A. Culman and Ms. Leslie K. Dupree-Culman Ms. Janell N. Deadwyler RADM and Mrs. Thomas J. Eccles Mr. Robert J. Ferrer and Mrs. Terri L. Bottorff-Ferrer Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Fouty Ms. Diana M. Fulton Mr. Michael B. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. David C. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Ali G. Guney Mr. and Mrs. Rahul Gupta Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Hadjis Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Hajost Mr. and Mrs. Drew Harker Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Herlihy Mr. and Mrs. Derrick A. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Holder Mr. Ronald M. Hudak and Ms. Susan L. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jenkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Kain Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. Kaypaghian Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Aftab A. Khan Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. Landy Ms. Diamond D. Leone Mr. Mark and Mrs. Kathy Lippman Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Lisker Ms. Melissa V. Lucas Mr. Eric A. Mack and Ms. Sarah J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. John C. Magner Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Mazan Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Mazziotta Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. McBride Mr. and Mrs. D. Sean McBride Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. McCann Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mendler Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Mengenhauser Ms. Stacey Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Milner Dr. and Mrs. Martin M. Mitchell III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Moore Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adriaen M. Morse Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moxley Mr. Moinuddin B. Nawabzada and Ms. Shamsiya F. Shervani Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Nightingale Mr. and Mrs. Basil O. Nkenchor Mr. and Mrs. George N. Odoom Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Okoth Dr. and Mrs. David B. Patton MAJ and Mrs. Steven R. Pawlow Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Pedry Mr. Choon Kiong Quek and Ms. Meng Choo Leow Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rucks Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ruffle


Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Saleh Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Scherer Dr. Maia S. Schmidt and Mr. Stephen E. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. John R. Shane Mr. Berhanu Shitaye and Ms. Aden Zewdie Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Shiveley Ms. Karen V. Simons Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Singer Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Soucie Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Steinhobel Mr. Doug Stinson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Suter Mr. Hugh E. Taylor and Mrs. Tana G. McNeil-Taylor Dr. A. Bruce Thomas II Dr. Daphne G. Thomas Dr. Ekaterina Kouprianova and Mr. Leonid S. Troitski Mr. and Mrs. Gregg C. VanOrden Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Wellde Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Wiley Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Zecca Jr.

Class of 2017 Parent Participation 67% Anonymous (7) Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Shahid H. Batalvi Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beatty Sr. Mr. Rick Beckner and Ms. Erika Robinson Mr. Michael Innella and Ms. Sylvia M. Bernardini Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas L. Berthiaux Dr. Susan H. Biggs and Mr. Martin K. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Vikram A. Boppudi Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Brendsel Mr. and Mrs. James R. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Jon Corey Mr. Charles DePasquale Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. DiNapoli Mr. and Mrs. David A. Farrell Ms. Susan S. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Grey Mr. and Mrs. Grayson S. Hanes Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Herdman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herman Dr. Todd H. Hillman and Ms. Deborah E. Mayer Mr. Peter and Mrs. Pamela Holran Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Jones Dr. Touraj Kamali and Ms. Lisa L. Hoff Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. Kaypaghian Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Krisko Mr. Boris P. Krutov and Mrs. Elena V. Krutova Mr. and Mrs. David C. Lindsay Dr. Kathleen Corrigan and Mr. James R. Lovelace Mr. Heng Chuan Low and Ms. Shyue Charn Lim Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martchek Dr. Marissa S. McDonnell and Mr. Michael R. McDonnell Dr. Natalie B. Milman and Mr. Douglas E. Milman Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Milner Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Neagli Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Oakley Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Police Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rebibo Mr. and Mrs. William G. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. James M. Renner Mr. Edward A. Rice Jr. Dr. Luis A. Rodriguez and Ms. Hjordys Gonzalez Mr. David A. Ross and Ms. Dana S. Crummer Mr. and Mrs. Craig Salewski Dr. Maia S. Schmidt and Mr. Stephen E. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. David B. Schofield Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Shiveley Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor Mr. Christopher A. Baker and Ms. Aixa Y. Snell Ms. Katharine L. Tunks Mr. Douglas E. Wolfe and Mrs. Melanie Jarratt Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Yousefi

Class of 2018 Parent Participation 74% Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Andersen Anonymous (5)

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Martchek Mr. and Mrs. James T. Montgomery Jr. Mr. Brian and Mrs. Kristi Nault Mr. and Mrs. Basil O. Nkenchor Mr. and Mrs. Prescott R. Noone The O’Malley Family Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Paolozzi Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. Robert W. Pitulej and Ms. Donna K. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Quentin R. Plaut Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ritthaworn Dr. Ingrid K. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Simoncelli Ms. Laura Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Stanciu Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Suter Ms. Katharine L. Tunks Mr. Mark E. Van Der Weide and Ms. Michele T. St. Mary Dr. Supriya Varma Mr. Kyaw Wai and Ms. Natalia Velitchko

Mr. Farhang Aryan Mr. Donald J. Ball and Ms. Beverly R. Dart Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bown Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Byrnes Mr. and Mrs. Taylor O. Chess Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Coe Drs. N. Andrew and Deborah Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cooper The Cuevo Family Mr. Paul B. D’Ari and Ms. Marcy Magid Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Davisson Mr. Anthony A. Dreux and Ms. Camile A. Louis Dr. Niloo Ziai and Mr. Hamid Ebrahimi Mr. and Mrs. Chima C. Eze Mr. and Mrs. John G. Foster Mr. Ronald P. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gregg Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Grisius Mrs. Michelle L. Haley Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Herlihy Dr. and Mrs. John F. Hillen III Mr. and Mrs. Steve T. Holland Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jenkins Jr. Mr. William C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jordan Dr. and Mrs. John Klimkiewicz Mr. Brian D. Lamont Ms. Diamond D. Leone Mr. Scott R. Lieberman and Ms. Andrea Shore Mr. and Mrs. J. Kendall Lott Mr. Heng Chuan Low and Ms. Shyue Charn Lim Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Mankin Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. McBride Mr. and Mrs. Michael McClements Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alan McCray Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Mengenhauser Mr. and Mrs. David W. Middleton Mr. Stephen J. Moss and Mrs. Lisa A. Jung Mr. and Mrs. John Negron Mr. and Mrs. Vinay B. Patel Dr. and Mrs. David B. Patton Mr. and Mrs. David Geoffrey Peck Ms. Martha Perea Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Derek Pirie Mr. Choon Kiong Quek and Ms. Meng Choo Leow Mr. Mo and Mrs. Deborah Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Rupli Mr. Paul B. Rusby and Ms. Amanda Wood Mr. Robert F. Salmon and Ms. Lisa Kightlinger Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Scherer Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Schwartz Mr. Reza Shahmirzadi Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shive Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Simmons Mr. Christopher A. Baker and Ms. Aixa Y. Snell Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Spivy Mr. Lowell Stern and Ms. Juleen Savarese Mr. Doug Stinson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Tiedge Mr. Pavel Tojsl and Mrs. Petra Tojslova Dr. Daniel I. Turetsky and Dr. Andrea Podeschi Mr. and Mrs. C. Justin M. Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Yager Mr. and Mrs. HoYoon Yoon

Class of 2020 Parent Participation 73% Anonymous (5) Dr. Prakash Balan and Dr. Geeta Batra Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas L. Berthiaux Mr. and Mrs. Vikram A. Boppudi Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Jon Corey The Cuevo Family Mr. and Mrs. David J. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. John G. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Stephan A. Gianoplus Ms. Amelia Hay Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. David S. Hinnant Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Jaffe Dr. Touraj Kamali and Ms. Lisa L. Hoff Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keillor Dr. and Mrs. Sandeep Khandhar Dr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Lee Mr. and Mrs. D. Sean McBride Dr. Marissa S. McDonnell and Mr. Michael R. McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. McDuffie Mr. and Mrs. Basil O. Nkenchor Dr. and Mrs. David Palmieri Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Panayi Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Paolozzi Mr. and Mrs. Derek Pirie Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Renner Mr. and Mrs. Craig Salewski Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Scherer Mr. and Mrs. David B. Shumway Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Spivy Mr. Pavel Tojsl and Mrs. Petra Tojslova Dr. Daniel I. Turetsky and Dr. Andrea Podeschi Mr. Mark E. Van Der Weide and Ms. Michele T. St. Mary Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wasson Mr. and Mrs. C. Justin M. Wheeler

Class of 2021 Parent Participation 78%

Class of 2019 Parent Participation 69%

Anonymous (10) Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Augenstein Dr. Kristen Bae and Mr. Jeff Y. Bae Dr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bath Mr. and Mrs. David K. Blum Mr. and Mrs. William T. DeVinney Mr. Jonathan B. Eisen and Ms. Anisa Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eye Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Frank Jr. Mr. Ronald P. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Helmer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herman Pamela and Peter Holran Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Jarratt Mr. Shawn J. Kane and Ms. Carolyn E. Reams-Kane Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. Kraus Mr. Scott R. Lieberman and Ms. Andrea Shore Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alan McCray Mrs. Norma G. McOmber Mr. and Mrs. James T. Montgomery Jr. Dr. Uy Nguyen and Mrs. Robyn Doan Mr. and Mrs. Prescott R. Noone Dr. and Mrs. Roberto A. Perrelli Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pomeroy Jr.

Anonymous (5) Dr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bath Mr. and Mrs. David K. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Chiarolanzio Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cumberland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dean III Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln S. Dewar Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. DeWitt Ms. Lucy E. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Dycio MAJ and Mrs. Phillip A. Fleming Ms. Diana M. Fulton Mr. Michael B. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hall Drs. John and Felicia Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Ranjan Harikar Mr. and Mrs. Corey R. Holeman Mr. and Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston III Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson L. Kase Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keillor Dr. Mukhtar A. Khan and Dr. Mahnaz Parveen CDR and Mrs. Theodore R. Kramer III Mr. and Mrs. David C. Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. John C. Magner

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Mr. and Mrs. Igor Rafalovich Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Renner Mr. and Mrs. Lyford D. Rich Mr. and Mrs. Craig Seebald Mr. and Mrs. David B. Shumway Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Simoncelli Ms. Laura Smith Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Starnes Mr. Swee Kiat Tay and Ms. Suk Yee Choi Mr. Dom Vo and Ms. Thi Anh Le Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Yousefi

Class of 2022 Parent Participation 74% Mr. Kenneth R. Andino Anonymous (5) Dr. and Mrs. Krzysztof M. Bochenek The Bowles Family Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bown Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Coe Ms. Lucy E. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Stephan A. Gianoplus Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mr. and Mrs. Ali G. Guney Ms. Amelia Hay Mr. and Mrs. Corey R. Holeman Mr. and Mrs. Kristopher Kadunce Mr. and Mrs. P. Krister Killinger Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. Kraus Mr. Brian D. Lamont Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Lampkin Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Metz Dr. Natalie B. Milman and Mr. Douglas E. Milman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Painter Mr. Wayne Pestone and Ms. Beth D. Kiesewetter Mr. and Mrs. Quentin R. Plaut Mr. Edward A. Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric R. Running Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Rupli Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sipher Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Stanciu Dr. and Mrs. Brian R. Subach Mr. and Mrs. Darrin L. Talley Mr. and Mrs. Recep Unsal Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wasson Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Wishkoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. HoYoon Yoon

Class of 2023 Parent Participation 68% Anonymous (4) Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Cook Dr. Sharon L. Brady and Mr. Rohan J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. William T. DeVinney Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. DeVore Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln S. Dewar Mr. Jonathan B. Eisen and Ms. Anisa Kelley Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grossman Mr. and Mrs. Ranjan Harikar Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Hemmer Mr. and Mrs. J. Craig Hill Dr. Charlie H. Hong and Ms. Jungeun S. Park Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keillor Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. Sandeep Khandhar Mr. and Mrs. P. Krister Killinger Mr. and Mrs. Dmitriy V. Kovtun Dr. Karan Lotfi and Dr. Azi Koochekzadeh Ms. Claire E. Lozano Mr. James A. Maiden Jr. and Mrs. Maureen E. Townsend-Maiden Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Merten Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Oakhill Mr. Seok Gil Park and Mrs. Young Sun Chai Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Quentin R. Plaut Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Mr. and Mrs. Eric R. Running Dr. Shannan B. Schuster and Mr. Reid P. Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor Mr. Swee Kiat Tay and Ms. Suk Yee Choi Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Thompson Mr. Gary W. Vaughan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Veillette Mr. and Mrs. Ali Ziamanesh


Class of 2024 Parent Participation 78% Anonymous (7) Mr. and Mrs. Shahid H. Batalvi Dr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Bath Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas L. Berthiaux Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Brewczak Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Lambros D. Demetriou Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. C. Elms Mr. and Mrs. Vali Ghaderi Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gramss Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Harris Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Helmer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffman Ms. Nina F. Wurster Jackson and Mr. Brett Jackson Mr. Sachin Kansal and Ms. Puja Gupta Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Marzett Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Merten Mr. Tri T. Nguyen and Ms. Lan Vong-Nguyen Dr. and Mrs. Roberto A. Perrelli Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. and Ms. Keith D. Pfromer Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pomeroy Jr. Annette and Don Rippert Dr. Lynda Dougherty and Mr. Klaus Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Starnes Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Stone III Dr. and Mrs. Brian R. Subach Mr. Mark Van Hout Jr. and Mrs. Liesbet Jans Mr. Dom Vo and Ms. Thi Anh Le Mr. and Mrs. Seth Weingast Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Wishkoff Mr. Yi Wu and Ms. Rui Ding

Class of 2025 Parent Participation 76% Anonymous (5) Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Brian Brown Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brown III Mr. and Mrs. James R. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Harald C. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Frank Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Harris Mr. and Mrs. Latif A. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Kristopher Kadunce Mr. and Mrs. David Klein Mr. and Mrs. Tony Martin Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Miller Mr. Joseph L. Musella and Mrs. Jennifer J. Mink Mr. John G. Mwangi and Ms. Jane W. Mburu Mr. Rubens H. Noguchi and Mrs. Kahoru Tanaka Noguchi Mr. and Mrs. Prescott R. Noone Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Oakhill Mr. and Mrs. Mark Oliva Dr. and Mrs. David Palmieri Mr. Deivakumar S. Rajasingam and Ms. Aruna Ramanathan Mr. Ronald Reck and Mrs. Olga Lorincz-Reck Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ricard Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Simoncelli Mr. and Mrs. Andrew V. Springer Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Stone III

Class of 2026 Parent Participation 72% Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Augenstein Ms. Deborah Cunningham Mr. John Cunningham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. DeVore Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. C. Elms Mr. and Mrs. Vali Ghaderi Mr. Dan and Mrs. Cemile Sancak Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Michael McClements Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Pedry Mr. Mo and Mrs. Deborah Rosen Dr. and Mrs. Brian R. Subach

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Col. Asad Azabdaftari by Anonymous Mr. Ralph Bloch by Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Hajost Mrs. Selma Brody by Dr. A. Zachary Krug ’95 by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I. Rich Corky Caplan by Mr. David R. Caplan ’06 Walter L. Chewning by OSCS(SW) and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Chewning, USN(Ret) ’62 Mr. George E. Duman Jr. by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 Col. Alan G. Ferguson-Warren by Anonymous (2) by Mrs. Martha B. Cooper ’66 and Mr. Garland Cooper by Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crabtree H ’63 by Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Purcell ’63 by Mr. Ronald L. Thomas ’61 and Mrs. Martha A. Thomas ’61 George F. Kettle by Mr. Kody Kettle ’13

Khan grandparents by Mr. and Mrs. Aftab A. Khan Ms. Rota F.J. Lee by Mr. Richard E. Young Ms. Mary W. Logan by Mrs. Carole B. Corrothers by Mr. Evan R. Corrothers by Mr. Richard H. Curtis Jr. by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herman by Mr. John E. Logan by Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Montagne Jr. by Mrs. Margaret B. Noojin by Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Partin by Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor by Sharon and Jack Weiss by Mr. and Mrs. David Zook Mr. Norman McCray by The Cuevo Family Ms. Nonnie E. Mullin by Mr. Daniel W. T. Shaw ’05 Mrs. Susan F. Norris by Mr. Andrew B. Norris ’07 Mr. Samuel J. Selden ’03 by Mr. Nicholas R. Adam ’03 by Anonymous (3) by Ms. Alexandra L. Bettius ’03

by Ms. Brooke L. Branam ’03 by Mr. Taylor N. Davis ’03 by Mrs. Abby D. de Goey ’03 by Mr. Andrew L. Doll ’03 by Mr. William C. Fleeson ’03 by Mr. Alex D. Fletcher ’03 by Ms. Suzanne M. Grand Pre ’03 by Mr. Andrew W. Gregg ’03 by Mr. Jason S. Kessler ’03 by Mr. Alec T. Latimer ’03 by Ms. Anna E. Mackintosh ’03 by Ms. Alyson M. MacLatchy ’03 by Ms. Victoria C. Parra ’03 by Ms. Marie N. Purkert ’03 by Mr. David D. Selden by Ms. Helen Shansby ’03 by Ms. Tamdan T. Vo ’03 by Ms. Adrienne R. Zelnick ’03 Sanjiv Sharma by Mr. and Mrs. Hari S. Sharma Mary Jane Shea by Ms. Leigh Van Swall Mrs. Mary Shomo by Mrs. Lauren A. Roberts Mr. Mervin L. Vespermann, Jr. by Mr. Michael A. Kliska ’12

GIFTS IN HONOR OF Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 by Mr. Jesse L. Anderson ’13 by Mr. Colbey B. Davies ’13 by Ms. Jennifer A. P. Green ’07 by Mr. Thomas A. Rehberger ’12 by Mr. Andrew R. Sailer ’06 by Ms. Becca Sigal ’08 Mr. Lucas R. Ames by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 Ms. Carrol L. Anderson by Mr. Jesse L. Anderson ’13 by Ms. Haley J. McClure ’13 Mr. Frederick D. Atwood by Ms. Elaine O. Bigelow ’06 by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Dubill ’92 by Mr. Kealan Parsons ’13 by Mr. Steven D. Peterson ’13 by Ms. Alison Waldman by Mr. Moe-Zaw Win ’13 Mrs. Lisa Ayers by Anonymous Mrs. Deborah H. Ayers by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 by Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Tischner Mrs. Patricia L. Birkholz by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 Martha Blanco by Ms. Katherine Constantinova Guevara ’94 Mr. Lee Brunell by Mr. Gregory M. DiMattina ’07 Ms. Julia G. Cardone by Dr. Mary E. Cantwell and Mr. Timothy J. Cantwell by Ms. Caroline K. Shaw ’13 Mr. Fredric D. Chanania by Ms. Caralena C. Peterson ’10 Class of 2006 by Anonymous by Ms. Jeannette R. Tavares ’06 Class of 2012 by Mr. Patrick Farrell ’12 Class of 2013 by Anonymous by The Rivellini Family Mr. John M. Dowd by VMI "Group of Seven"

Ms. Kimberly Duncan by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 by Mr. Michael G. Freedman ’06 by Mr. Blake McGinley ’13 FHS Faculty and Staff by Mr. Michael Innella and Ms. Sylvia M. Bernardini by Ms. Susan S. Fitzgerald Ms. Cianne R. Fragione by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Garrett by Anonymous Ms. Rachael A. Gleason ’01 by Mr. Thomas H. Campbell Mrs. Sheena Hall by Mr. Ronald Reck and Mrs. Olga Lorincz-Reck Mr. Steven K. Henry by Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 by Mr. Harrison M. Covall ’06 by Mr. Ben Nadeau ’06 FHS Hockey Team Mr. Gregory Holloway by Mr. Douglas G. Stevens ’13 Mrs. Catherine S. Huber by Mr. Thomas AuBuchon ’13 Ms. Stephanie A. Hulke by Ms. Hannah G. Donegan ’13 by Ms. Marlo Sweatman ’13 Mr. John R. Ifft by Mr. William P. Cumberland III ’13 by Ms. Lauren E. Kliska ’13 by Mr. Joseph B. Lane ’13 by Mr. Noel K. Taterway ’13 Dr. Margo E. Isabel by Mrs. Brittany A. Manosalvas ’06 and Mr. Charles W. Manosalvas H ’06 by Mr. Ricardo N. Manosalvas ’13 Ms. Vanessa Jimenez ’13 by Mr. Sergio A. Jimenez ’07 CAPT Edward C. Kline Jr. by Mrs. Carole B. Corrothers Mrs. Catherine K. Knicely by Mr. Jared L. Busby ’13 Ms. Naa-Adei Kotey by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 CDR Andrew C. Krug by Mr. James B. Grow Jr. ’13

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Mrs. Madeleine B. Krug by Ms. Lauren E. Kliska ’13 by Mr. Gregory L. Lobel ’13 by Mr. Wilson O. Zavala Jr. ’13 by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker by Mr. John J. Becker ’13 by Ms. Kelly L. Becker ’11 by Mr. Daniel S. Christian ’13 FHS Lacrosse team by Anonymous Mr. Brian D. Lamont by Ms. Emily M. C. Sherman ’06 Mrs. Erica L. Lamson by Ms. Hannah G. Donegan ’13 by Ms. Marlo Sweatman ’13 FHS Latin Program by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Cohen FHS Learning Center by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Becker Marjorie Lundegard by Anonymous Mrs. Kay H. Maddox by Ms. Jessica L. Rush ’13 Mrs. Shannon McCarty by Mr. and Mrs. William P. Graves by Mr. Zachary J. Levine ’13 by Ms. Denise E. Sheehan by Ronald K. and Florence E. Richey Charitable Fund Mrs. Silvia E. Moore by Mr. and Mrs. William P. Graves by Mr. Ralph Petta and Ms. Lisa Levine by Mr. Zachary J. Levine ’13 by Ms. Denise E. Sheehan by Ronald K. and Florence E. Richey Charitable Fund Ms. Valerie Morehouse by Mr. John P. Osborn ’13 by Anonymous Mr. Douglass Morency by Ms. Kendall C. Gibson ’13 Mrs. Suzanne N. Morris by Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Evans Mrs. Maha A. Morse by Ms. Sara A. Morse ’13 Mr. Thomas A. Neville by Ms. Denise E. Sheehan Mrs. Jody Patrick by Ms. Susan Okula

Ms. Tracy O. Peterson by Ms. Caralena C. Peterson ’10 Ms. Sarah K. Pramstaller by Ms. Jessica L. Rush ’13 Mr. Ricardo A. Reed by Mr. Daniel M. Giguere ’12 by Mr. Bryan M. Gross ’11 by Mr. Jerrod Reed ’13 Mrs. Lauren A. Roberts by Ms. Jessica L. Doll ’01 Dr. Maia S. Schmidt by Mr. Wilson O. Zavala Jr. ’13 Miss Elizabeth G. Schofield ’14 Miss Emily H. Schofield ’17 by Mr. Richard H. Schofield ’83 Dr. John F. Schreck by Anonymous Dr. Shannan Boyle Schuster by Mr. Adam M. Cleland ’13 Mr. Jeffrey P. Sealy by Mr. Nicholas A. Rivellini ’13 Mrs. Sarah H. Soriano ’98 by Mr. Thomas H. Campbell Mrs. Diane A. Springer by Ms. Alexandra N. Ervin ’13 Mr. John M. Thomas by Mr. Colbey B. Davies ’13 by Ms. Ansley S. Gibson ’13 by Mr. and Mrs. Rhoderick M. Shaw Mrs. Michele M. Velchik by The Cuevo Family Mr. Thomas G. Verbanic by Mr. Kevin S. Abt ’13 by Mr. Jesse L. Anderson ’13 by Mr. Connor T. Chess ’13 by Mr. Harrison R. Gray ’12 by Mr. Benjamin R. Kase ’13 by Mr. Wilson O. Zavala Jr. ’13 FHS Girls Varsity Tennis Team by Ms. Jennifer A. Lavet ’08 Mr. Michael A. Wright by Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 by Mr. Richard E. Armstrong IV ’12 by Mr. Justin P. Bree ’06 by Mr. Scott C. Dutton ’06 by Mr. Emani T. Fenton ’07 by Mr. Harrison R. Gray ’12 by Mr. Michael C. Marcinek ’06 by Mr. Kevin A. McNerney Jr. ’12 by Mr. Andrew M. Pacala ’06 by Mr. Mark F. Samra ’06


ANNUAL FUND GIFTS FROM ALUMNI Mr. Ronald L. Thomas ’61 and Mrs. Martha A. Thomas ’61 Anonymous ’62 OSCS(SW) and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Chewning, USN(Ret) ’62 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Crabtree H ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Purcell ’63 Mr. Norman G. Smith Jr. ’63 Anonymous ’65 Mr. Robert E. Ellis Jr. ’65 and Ms. Aleta Richards Mr. Carl D. Ford Jr. ’65 Mrs. Lynda S. Vickers-Smith ’65 Mrs. Martha B. Cooper ’66 and Mr. Garland Cooper Ms. Dianne Davis ’67 Mrs. Dianne Denlinger Oehlms H ’67 Mr. Richard B. Hughes ’69 Mr. Roderick C. Brown ’71 MAJ James C. Runk, USAF(Ret) ’73 and Lt.Col. Kathy Runk, USAF(Ret) Mrs. Dorothy L. Mooney ’74 Ms. Beverly S. Winston ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Swart III H ’76 Mr. Richard H. Schofield ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. McDonald ’87 Mr. and Mrs. David B. McCarey ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Blair P. Gormley ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Dubill ’92 Dr. Stephen K. Johnson ’92 and Dr. Lora J. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rory P. O’Brien ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Traverse T. Burnett ’94 Ms. Katherine Constantinova Guevara ’94 Mr. Phillip McGuire H ’94 Mr. James J. Fitzpatrick ’95 Dr. A. Zachary Krug ’95 Mr. Clark A. Wilson ’97 Ms. Tara A. Kalwarski ’98 Ms. Antonette Y. Jefferson H ’99 Ms. Kathleen S. Blaszak ’01 Ms. Jessica L. Doll ’01 LT Keven P. Schreiber JAGC, USN ’01 Ms. Megan M. Shapleigh ’01 Ms. Ellen V. Turner ’01 Anonymous ’02 Mr. Nicholas R. Adam ’03

Anonymous ’03 (2) Ms. Alexandra L. Bettius ’03 Ms. Brooke L. Branam ’03 Mr. Taylor N. Davis ’03 Mrs. Abby D. de Goey ’03 Mr. Andrew L. Doll ’03 Mr. William C. Fleeson ’03 Mr. Alex D. Fletcher ’03 Ms. Suzanne M. Grand Pre ’03 Mr. Andrew W. Gregg ’03 Mr. Jason S. Kessler ’03 Mr. Alec T. Latimer ’03 Ms. Anna E. Mackintosh ’03 Ms. Alyson M. MacLatchy ’03 Ms. Victoria C. Parra ’03 Ms. Marie N. Purkert ’03 Ms. Helen Shansby ’03 Ms. Tamdan T. Vo ’03 Ms. Adrienne R. Zelnick ’03 Anonymous ’04 Ms. Mary V. Pilger ’04 Dr. Christina E. Samra ’04 Ms. Melissa J. Bosco ’05 Mr. Brian W. Eskew ’05 1LT Scott M. Schillereff ’05 Mr. Daniel W. T. Shaw ’05 Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 Mr. Kyle S. Amey ’06 Anonymous ’06 (3) Ms. Elaine O. Bigelow ’06 Mr. Justin M. Biggs ’06 Mr. Justin P. Bree ’06 Mr. David R. Caplan ’06 Mr. Harrison M. Covall ’06 Mr. Scott C. Dutton ’06 Mr. Michael G. Freedman ’06 Mr. Bernard E. Innocent ’06 Mr. David P. Kay ’06 Ms. Caitlin W. Knobelauch ’06 Mrs. Brittany A. Manosalvas ’06 and Mr. Charles W. Manosalvas H ’06 Mr. Michael C. Marcinek ’06 Mr. Ben Nadeau ’06 Ms. Elizabeth A. O’Connor ’06 Mr. Erik G. Odelstierna ’06 Mr. Andrew M. Pacala ’06 Mr. Andrew R. Sailer ’06

Class of 2013 Gift During the 2012-13 school year, the seniors were asked to make an impact on Flint Hill School with a class gift to the Annual Fund. A member of the Board of Trustees offered an incentive and challenged the class to reach 75% participation. If they reached this milestone, the school would receive an additional $10,000 towards their class gift. On March 8, they shattered the 75% mark, with 90% participation. They raised $1,802.03 plus the $10,000 bonus for reaching 90%. The class voted to designate their gift toward the Fine Arts Fund. The newest group of alumni did a great job setting the standard for Flint Hill giving.

Mr. Mark F. Samra ’06 Ms. Emily M. C. Sherman ’06 Ms. Jeannette R. Tavares ’06 Ms. Ashley N. White ’06 Anonymous ’07 Ms. Carman Carbonell '07 Mr. Andrew J. Coston ’07 Ms. Martha L. Crockett ’07 Ms. Julia M. Crowley ’07 Mr. Gregory M. DiMattina ’07 Mr. Brian B. Feldmann ’07 Mr. Emani T. Fenton ’07 Ms. Jennifer A. P. Green ’07 Ms. Patricia E. Guillen ’07 Mr. James M. Hazel ’07 Ms. Claire C. Holman ’07 Mr. Sergio A. Jimenez ’07 Ms. Lucy S. Mathias ’07 Mr. John F. Mooney ’07 Ms. Rebecca C. Morris ’07 Mr. Andrew B. Norris ’07 Ms. Laura S. Saleh ’07 Ms. Kristin T. Staffo ’07 Mr. Nicolas A. Abrigo ’08 Mr. Jose F. Cohen-Freue ’08 Ms. Sally V. Kay ’08 Ms. Jennifer A. Lavet ’08 Ms. Becca Sigal ’08 Ms. Ashley Sprano ’08 Ms. Taylor P. Swart ’08 Mr. Michael K. Velchik H ’08 Mr. Cameron M. Yassine ’08 Ms. Kristina A. Burger ’09 Ms. Roxana Carbonell '09 Ms. Lauren G. Copeland ’09 Ms. Camille Falisse H ’09 Ms. Emily W. Hazel ’09 Mr. Christopher S. Herlihy ’09 Mr. Christopher M. Peterson ’09 Mr. Justian S. Wisiackas ’09 Ms. Monica Y. Akhtar ’10 Anonymous ’10 Mr. Jeffery C. Copeland ’10 Mr. Joshua D. Green ’10 Mr. William B. Holman ’10 Ms. Katharine L. Mooney ’10 Ms. Caralena C. Peterson ’10

Mr. Timothy D. Peterson ’10 Mr. James P. Shuler ’10 Anonymous ’11 Ms. Kelly L. Becker ’11 Mr. Elias L. I. Chajet ’11 Mr. Martin C. Falisse H ’11 Mr. Bryan M. Gross ’11 Ms. Jordyn A. Kennedy ’11 Ms. Sonja E. Meighan ’11 Mr. Jordan S. Pasternak ’11 Ms. Monica L. Soni ’11 Ms. Alison J. Velchik H ’11 Mr. Alexander L. Abraham ’12 Mr. Sebastian Abrigo ’12 Ms. Dana K. Alloy ’12 Mr. Jeston B. Anderson ’12 Mr. Richard E. Armstrong IV ’12 Ms. Savannah M. R. Block ’12 Ms. Alexandra H. Burger ’12 Mr. Everett R. Burris ’12 Ms. Natalie Chanfreau ’12 Mr. Matthew D. Davisson ’12 Ms. Hailey M. Farrell ’12 Mr. Patrick Farrell ’12 Mr. Cameron L. Field ’12 Mr. Daniel M. Giguere ’12 Mr. Harrison R. Gray ’12 Mr. Robert W. Grey ’12 Ms. Brittany N. Heck ’12 Ms. Taylor A. Kim ’12 Mr. Michael A. Kliska ’12 Mr. Matthew R. Koger ’12 Mr. Jared B. Luebbers ’12 Mr. Anthony D. Lynch ’12 Ms. Elise MacGuidwin ’12 Ms. Melanie E. McGhee ’12 Ms. Victoria T. McGill ’12 Mr. Kevin A. McNerney Jr. ’12 Mr. Alexander G. Milliken ’12 Mr. Matthew Montagne ’12 Mr. Thomas A. Rehberger ’12 Mr. James Rosen ’12 Mr. Robert R. Rucks Jr. ’12 Ms. Brittany Sweatman ’12 Mr. Lucas J. Wolff ’12 Mr. Nizar Zahed ’12

Gifts From Class of 2013 Mr. Patrick J. Abrahamsen Mr. Kevin S. Abt Ms. Stephanie L. Altreuter Mr. Jesse L. Anderson Anonymous (2) Ms. Yasaman Ansari Mr. Thomas AuBuchon Mr. Hooman A. Azad Ms. Courtney L. Beatty Mr. John J. Becker Mr. Gabriel S. Bergman Mr. Cameron R. Bierkan Mr. Cameron W. Blackwell Mr. Scott P. Boulineaux Ms. Natalie D. Brendsel Mr. Jared L. Busby Ms. Julia E. Cantwell Mr. Jonah Chang Mr. Sahil Chaudhary Ms. Nawal Chaudry Mr. Connor T. Chess Mr. Daniel S. Christian Mr. Brian M. Clark Mr. Adam M. Cleland Mr. Michael A. Cole Mr. Samuel W. Cruse Mr. William P. Cumberland III Mr. John R. Curtis

Mr. Colbey B. Davies Mr. Kyle deCamp Mr. Gregory J. Doerr Ms. Hannah G. Donegan Ms. Alexandra N. Ervin Ms. Ashli C. Everstine Mr. Anthony M. Fortkort Mr. Dale C. Garrett Mr. Jackson R. Geller Ms. Adele E. Gibson Ms. Ansley S. Gibson Ms. Kendall C. Gibson Mr. Alexander Goossens Ms. Jillian F. Goulding Mr. Robert J. Griffiths Mr. James B. Grow Jr. Ms. Jennifer L. Hendrix Ms. Madeline P. Herman Ms. Haley E. Hickey Mr. Christopher R. Hintz Mr. John P. Horey Mr. Ali Jalaie Mr. Benjamin R. Kase Ms. Nicole R. Keister Mr. Kasey R. Kettle Mr. Kody Kettle Ms. Sarah Kim Ms. Lauren E. Kliska

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Ms. J. Esther Koo Mr. Forrest E. Landy ’ Mr. Joseph B. Lane Ms. Andrea M. Lazo Diaz Mr. Skyler R. Leonard Mr. Zachary J. Levine Ms. Jamie H. Lim Mr. Gregory L. Lobel Mr. Jacob T. Lock Ms. Anna K. Lombardo Ms. Natalie C. Lyon Mr. Ricardo N. Manosalvas Ms. Shelby McAlpine Mr. Brody R. McCloud Ms. Haley J. McClure Mr. Blake McGinley Ms. Keelyn E. McLaughlin Ms. Faith M. Morrison Ms. Sara A. Morse Ms. Sarah Mulrean-Wiemann Mr. Jesse D. Nayak Mr. Martin Oh Mr. John P. Osborn Mr. Cooper Overholt Mr. Gregory J. Parseghian Jr. Mr. Kealan Parsons Mr. Jaishiv V. Patel Mr. Steven D. Peterson

Mr. Mark C. Plein Ms. Rebecca M. Ploetz Mr. Alex E. Rappoport Mr. Jerrod Reed Mr. Nicholas A. Rivellini Ms. Claire M. Romansky Ms. Jessica L. Rush Mr. Patrick F. Sanguineti Mr. Vikram Setlur Ms. Caroline K. Shaw Mr. Jacob S. Shor Mr. Hunter W. Smith Ms. Lauren Smith Mr. Douglas G. Stevens Ms. Rachel M. Swarts Ms. Marlo Sweatman Mr. Noel K. Taterway Mr. Benjamin S. Thomas Ms. Lauren P. Thompson Mr. Richard S. Tischner III Mr. Geoffrey N. B. Trotter Mr. Moe-Zaw Win Ms. Angelica L. Young Mr. Ali Zarandazchi Mr. Wilson O. Zavala Jr.


FACULTY PARTICIPATION 100% Mr. Kavon N. Akhtar ’06 Mr. Ricardo A. Alfonso Mr. Lucas R. Ames Ms. Carrol L. Anderson Mr. Kenneth R. Andino Anonymous (7) Mr. Frederick D. Atwood Mrs. Deborah H. Ayers Mrs. Emma V. Barnes Mr. Geoffrey H. Barnwell Ms. Carol F. Barsha Ms. L. McClain Bell Mrs. Barbara L. Benoit Dr. Susan H. Biggs Mrs. Patricia L. Birkholz Ms. Annie J. Broche Mr. Larry A. Brooks Mr. Shane Brooks Mr. Christopher N. Brown Ms. Mia Burton Mr. Timothy C. Callard Mrs. Guni Cambata Mrs. Megan Q. Campion Mrs. Alecia M. Cardell Ms. Julia G. Cardone Ms. Cynthia Carey Mr. Andrew Carle Ms. Charlene D. Carthon Mr. Howard W. Chang Ms. Hung-Hua C. Charbonnet Mrs. Susan C. Chiarolanzio Mr. Wen Hsu Chu Mrs. Shyh Jy Chu Mr. Rick T. Clark Ms. Amy Clement Ms. Marilyn B. Coleman Mr. Christopher R. Cook Mr. John H. Copenhaver Mrs. Carole B. Corrothers Mr. Evan R. Corrothers Mrs. Susan G. Coston Mrs. Ricki Coyne Ms. Jessica K. Craig Mr. Patrick B. Cronin Ms. Cynthia Cuellar Mr. Richard H. Curtis Jr. Mr. Barry L. Davis Mrs. Karen S. Davis Mrs. Katherine E. Davis Mr. Jason S. Day Ms. Theresa S. Dean Ms. Lindsay C. Deibler Ms. Patricia W. Deveneau Mrs. Kimberly K. Dewar Mr. Lincoln S. Dewar

Mrs. Danielle L. Donaldson Mr. Robert Duggar Ms. Kimberly Duncan Mrs. Christine Dwyer Dr. Jenifer R. Elkus Mrs. Lori B. Emerick Mrs. Catherine E. Evans Mr. David S. Flores Ms. Cianne R. Fragione Ms. Catherine J. French Mrs. Adrianne Gaal Mr. Dennis W. Giuliani Mrs. Robin M. Goldstein Ms. Sharon Grigely Mrs. Bree A. Groff Mr. Carlo Grossman Mrs. Sheena Hall Ms. Brandy L. Henricks Mr. Steven K. Henry Mrs. Gretchen E. Herman Mr. Thomas J. Herman Mr. Thomas L. Hill Jr. Mrs. Tracy G. Hill Mrs. Rachel E. Hinnant Mrs. Lynda Hoag Mrs. Cynthia M. Hoffman Mrs. Donna J. Holaday Mr. Gregory Holloway Mr. John L. Hoover Mrs. Catherine S. Huber Ms. Stephanie A. Hulke Mr. John R. Ifft Dr. Margo E. Isabel Mrs. Suzan E. Ismael Mr. G. Taylor Johnson Mrs. Barbara A. Joost Ms. Sonia Josa Castro Ms. Lisa L. Hoff Mr. Andrew J. Kane Mrs. Elda V. Kaypaghian Ms. Rachel D. Kernodle Mr. Thomas W. Kessel Mr. Earl F. Kibler Ms. Judith A. Kittle Mrs. Catherine K. Knicely Ms. Naa-Adei Kotey CDR Andrew C. Krug Mrs. Harlie I. Krug Mrs. Madeleine B. Krug Dr. A. Zachary Krug ’95 Mr. Brian D. Lamont Mrs. Erica L. Lamson Mr. Alex L. Lester Mr. Scott R. Lieberman Ms. Aimee S. Lim

GIFT IN KIND DONORS Ms. Nicole T. Rigores Mrs. Lauren A. Roberts Ms. K. Meghan Robertson Mr. Derek D. Ross Dr. Penni N. Ross Mrs. Tanya M. Salewski Ms. Emily Sanderson Mrs. Anne E. Scherer Dr. Maia S. Schmidt Mr. Douglas B. Schoemer Dr. Shannan Boyle Schuster Ms. Jeanine M. Schwartz Dr. F. Dereck Scott Mrs. Melissa M. Scott Mr. Jeffrey P. Sealy Mrs. Maureen T. Sidor Mr. Brian E. Siegel Mrs. Charlette Simmons Mrs. Marjorie L. Smilowitz Ms. Emily D. Smith Ms. Aixa Y. Snell Mr. Michael A. Snyder Mrs. Diane A. Springer Mrs. Joanne G. Starnes Mr. Danny H. Strouth Ms. Molly A. Tanner Mr. Robert C. Taylor Mr. John M. Thomas Ms. Julie A. Thomas Mrs. Shannon L. Titmas Ms. Gail M. Tomlinson Ms. Ellen V. Turner ’01 Ms. Melissa A. Turner Ms. Leigh Van Swall Mr. William D. VanLear Mrs. Michele M. Velchik Mr. Thomas G. Verbanic Mrs. Leslie D. Viente Ms. Jacqueline E. Viteri Mr. Dom Vo Mr. David Walsh Mrs. Beverly N. Webster Mrs. Andrea H. Weiss Ms. Ann H. Westlake Mr. John W. Whitney Mr. Adam G. Williams Mrs. Elizabeth O. Williams Mr. Michael A. Wright Dr. Yan Xue Mrs. Ana X. Yarbrough Mr. Cameron M. Yassine ’08 Mrs. Denise A. Yassine Mrs. Anne L. Young Ms. Julie A. Young Mrs. Tai L. Young

Ms. Bridget M. Linzmeyer Mr. John E. Logan Ms. Abbe Luther Mr. John C. Magner Mrs. Sarah Magner Ms. Kate Maloney Mrs. Norine A. Martin Mr. Edward M. Mathieu Mrs. Shannon McCarty Mrs. Lola R. McCray Ms. Jennifer L. McKain-Dausch Mrs. Abigail S. McKenzie Mrs. Jessica P. McKinney Mrs. Amy L. McMurrer Mrs. Brenda J. Medvid Mrs. Glynis P. Miller Mrs. Elizabeth M. Milner Ms. Melanie D. Milnes Dr. Martin M. Mitchell III Mrs. Bridget E. Montagne Mrs. Dorothy Lear Mooney ’74 Mrs. Jill Moore Mrs. Silvia E. Moore Ms. Valerie Morehouse Mr. Douglass Morency Ms. Anabelle Morgan Mr. Patrick N. Morgan Mrs. Maha A. Morse Mrs. Jenelle A. Mrykalo Ms. Danielle K. Muller Mrs. Olga O. Munoz Mr. Mark H. Murphy Ms. Louisa J. Neill Mrs. Margaret B. Noojin Ms. Wanda B. Ocasio Mrs. Linda J. B. Okoth Mrs. Fé V. Patriciu Mrs. Jody Patrick Mr. Richard E. Patrick Mrs. Janice M. Patton Mr. Rory T. Perkins Mrs. Anne D. Peterson Mrs. Kate R. Peterson Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. Matthew W. Philipp Mrs. Kristin J. Piazza Mr. Richard B. Pierce Jr. Ms. Carolyn Pitches Mrs. Michelle S. Plaut Ms. Sarah K. Pramstaller Mr. Christopher S. Pryor Ms. Angela Ramacci Ms. Jenny E. Ratzel Mr. Ricardo A. Reed Mr. Edward A. Rice Jr.

"When the class of 2003 began to plan our 10-year reunion, we knew it would be an important part of those activities to honor our classmate Sam Selden.

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beatty Sr. Ms. Julia G. Cardone Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Facchina Dr. Makarita Ms. Leslie A. Martell ’08 Mrs. Elizabeth Merritt

AHAEffect: Instruction builds on tailored learning You can make a tax deductible contribution by credit card, check, or with appreciated stock. The Flint Hill website provides instructions on how to make each of these gifts and offers the convenience of online giving. If you prefer, your gift can be anonymous. Our Annual Fund year follows our fiscal year, which runs from August 1 to July 31. All gifts are acknowledged in the Annual Report. Donors who contribute $3,000 or more to the Annual Fund during this year are invited to the Leadership Donor Reception. We have made every effort to ensure that the information contained in these pages is accurate and complete. If we have made a mistake, please contact the development office (703) 584-2356 or kevans@flinthill.org so that we can make the correction. All gifts listed in this report are those received between August 1, 2012 and July 31, 2013. We are pleased to honor your request for how you would like your name to appear in this report. If you would like to change the way your name is listed, please let us know.

Sam passed away from cancer in 2006, during what should have been his senior year at the University of Virginia. At Flint Hill, Sam was a strong leader, never to waste words; sharp, witty, and always with a valuable contribution. He also loved his teachers, and, in consultation with his father, David, we knew it would be meaningful to contribute to the Annual Fund in Sam’s name. Sam loved learning and exploring, and we hope that a gift to the stewards of that process will help to ensure that many others with Sam’s brightness are being led by some of the best." Alex Fletcher ’03

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LOYAL HUSKIES Ten + Consecutive Years of Giving Mr. and Mrs. Irv Abt American Operations Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Anderson Anonymous (5) Mr. Frederick D. Atwood Ms. Carol F. Barsha and Mr. Miguel Tejblum Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Benn Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Benoit Dr. Susan H. Biggs and Mr. Martin K. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Birkholz Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Boll Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. James R. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Sam S. Cambata Mr. Thomas H. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Caplan Nelson and Michèle Carbonell Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cardell Carr Family Limited Liability Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Carr Dr. and Mrs. Mohit Chaudhary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Chiarolanzio Mr. and Mrs. Wen Hsu Chu Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Cleland Drs. N. Andrew and Deborah Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Corrothers Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. Coston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Coyne III Mr. James M. Crowley and Ms. Kathryn T. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln S. Dewar Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dowd Ms. Kimberly Duncan and Mr. Eric Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds Jr. Mrs. Lori B. Emerick Fellows Foundation CAPT and Mrs. Charles D. Fellows, USN(Ret) Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Field Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Flagg Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Foley Mr. Bruce Nixon and Ms. Cianne R. Fragione Ms. Catherine J. French Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Giuliani Mr. and Mrs. Randall S. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Grossman Mr. and Mrs. Rahul Gupta Mr. and Mrs. John Hall Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hazel Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hazel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hendrix

In Appreciation of the 2012-2013 Members: Board of Trustees Chairman Mr. Otis D. Coston Jr. Vice Chairman Mr. Steven B. Alloy Treasurer Mr. Richard J. Hendrix Secretary Mr. John M. Thomas Board Members Mr. John M. Beatty Sr. Mr. David Boies III Mr. Randall W. Byrnes Mr. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Mr. Edward R. Carr Mrs. Jacqueline M. Copeland Mr. William C. Fleeson ’03 Mrs. Sarah D. Hazel Dr. John F. Hillen III Mr. Edward H. Kennedy Mrs. Lisa R. Lisker Mrs. Sally L. Merten

Mr. and Mrs. Steven K. Henry Mr. John R. Ifft Dr. Margo E. Isabel Mr. G. Taylor Johnson Mr. Earl F. Kibler CDR and Mrs. Andrew C. Krug Mr. Brian D. Lamont Mr. and Mrs. John C. Magner Mr. and Mrs. D. Sean McBride Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McCarey Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McCloud Mr. and Mrs. Howard McKenzie Mitchell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Mitchell Mrs. Dorothy L. Mooney ’74 and Mr. Timothy J. Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Ian Moore Ms. Anabelle Morgan Mr. Patrick N. Morgan Dr. Pradeep R. Nayak and Dr. Kathrin E. Swoboda Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. O’Brien Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy K. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Okoth Peterson Family Foundation II Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Peterson Ms. Tracy O. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Rappaport Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Rappoport Mr. Edward A. Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Roberts Dr. Shannan B. Schuster and Mr. Reid P. Schuster Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Sealy Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Sidor Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. John F. Swart III H ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Swoboda Mr. Robert C. Taylor and Ms. Madeleine R. McCoy Mr. Sam Turner and Ms. Kathleen Turner Mr. William D. VanLear Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Velchik Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Viente Mrs. Joan F. Vogel Mr. and Mrs. Riad Yassine Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Young

Five to Nine Consecutive Years of Giving Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo A. Alfonso Mr. Lucas R. Ames Ms. Carrol L. Anderson Anonymous (8) Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Armstrong III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen AuBuchon Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ayers

Founding Chairman Emeritus Mr. John T. Hazel Jr.

CDR and Mrs. Theodore R. Kramer III Mr. Scott R. Lieberman and Ms. Andrea Shore Mr. and Mrs. David G. B. Lindsay Ms. Bridget M. Linzmeyer Ms. Abbe Luther Mr. and Mrs. William W. McCarten Mrs. Shannon McCarty Dr. Marissa S. McDonnell and Mr. Michael R. McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Edward Medvid Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Milner Ms. Melanie D. Milnes Dr. and Mrs. Martin M. Mitchell III Mr. and Mrs. James T. Montgomery Jr. Ms. Valerie Morehouse Mr. and Mrs. Adriaen M. Morse Jr. Mrs. Jenelle A. Mrykalo Ms. Mary C. Mulrean Ms. Wanda B. Ocasio Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Patrick Mr. Rory T. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. William E. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Pierce Jr. Ms. Carolyn Pitches Mr. and Mrs. Quentin R. Plaut Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Police Mr. and Mrs. James M. Renner Annette and Don Rippert Mr. Derek D. Ross Dr. Penni N. Ross Mr. Robert F. Salmon and Ms. Lisa Kightlinger Mr. John C. Budhu and Mrs. Norma E. Sanchez-Budhu Ms. Emily Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Scherer Dr. Maia S. Schmidt and Mr. Stephen E. Schmidt Mr. and Ms. Douglas B. Schoemer Mr. and Mrs. David B. Schofield Ms. Jeanine M. Schwartz Gail and Bob Shor Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Sigal Mrs. Marjorie L. Smilowitz Mr. and Mrs. Marc K. Starnes Mr. Danny H. Strouth Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thomas Ms. Julie A. Thomas Ms. Gail M. Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. William H. Toth Ms. Ellen V. Turner ’01 Mr. Dom Vo and Ms. Thi Anh Le Mr. and Mrs. George D. Webster III Mr. and Mrs. John W. Whitney Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Yarbrough Mrs. Tai L. Young Zeldin Family Foundation

2013-2014 Board of Trustees

Founding Chairman Emeritus Mr. John T. Hazel Jr.

Chairman Mr. Otis D. Coston Jr. Vice Chairman Mr. Nelson A. Carbonell Jr. Treasurer Mr. Richard J. Hendrix Secretary Mr. John M. Thomas

Trustees Emeriti Sister Martha Carpenter, O.S.F. Mr. John M. Dowd The Honorable Johanna L. Fitzpatrick Mr. Paul C. Kincheloe Jr. Mr. Michael C. McCarey Mr. Norris E. Mitchell The Reverend Edwin M. Ward

Board Members Gen. John R. Allen, USMC (Ret.) ’71 Mr. Steven B. Alloy Mr. Steven C. Anderson Mr. John M. Beatty Sr. Mrs. Lisa M. Benn Mr. Randall W. Byrnes Mrs. Jacqueline M. Copeland Mr. William C. Fleeson ’03 Mrs. Sarah D. Hazel Dr. John F. Hillen III Mr. Edward H. Kennedy Mr. John M. Kudless Mrs. Lisa R. Lisker Mrs. Sally L. Merten Mr. Gary D. Rappaport Ms. Lucia Anna Trigiani

In 2012-2013, the following individuals completed their service to Flint Hill as members of the Board of Trustees. Thank you for your outstanding commitment to our School: Mr. David Boies III Mr. Edward R. Carr

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Trustees Emeriti Sister Martha Carpenter, O.S.F. Mr. Edward R. Carr Mr. John M. Dowd The Honorable Johanna L. Fitzpatrick Mr. Paul C. Kincheloe Jr. Mr. Michael C. McCarey Mr. William N. Melton Mr. Norris E. Mitchell The Reverend Edwin M. Ward


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FLINT HILL: 2013 MAC CHAMPIONS


Alumni NewsandStories Send your class notes for the June edition of the magazine to Kavon Akhtar at kakhtar@flinthill.org. Deadline is April.

1962 Myles Victor Haspiel ’62 was one of the original students at Flint Hill in 1956 as a 6th grader. He fondly recalls Captain Conley, Mrs. Carol, and many of his classmates. “I spent many happy days there and knew every inch of the Miller House from the basement up to the unfinished third floor.” He is now retired after 42 years as a senior resident engineer and contracting officer for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Over the years he oversaw the construction of a great number of Veteran Affairs hospital complexes including a new veterans clinic at the Manila American Embassy in the Philippines. Myles also has a son who is a retired Marine and for the past eight years has been an independent contractor in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait. He also has two daughters and 16 grandchildren (two are Marines), and he now has two great grandchildren. His wife Julie, is a 7th degree Grand Master registered in the Korean World Tae Kwan Do federation; she is also an Olympic Tae Kwan Do referee. Myles is a 4th degree master in the same federation.

1964 Larry Ulm ’64 went to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University after graduating from Flint Hill. He then moved to N. Hollywood, California. For a year he built sailing yachts. In 1969, he joined the US Army, becoming an aviator. During the next few years, he flew 800 hours of direct combat support in and around South Vietnam. For outstanding service, Larry was awarded a Bronze Star, the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm, and 16 Air Metals, leading him to become a 1st Army Commander’s Pilot in 1971. After finishing his service, Larry sold sailing yachts for Sailboats Unlimited West, and he then became their corporate pilot and eventually vice president. In 1989, he was hired as an airline pilot with United Express in Seattle. He then moved back to Dulles, Va., to start United Express Airline, which eventually became Independence Airline. He retired in 2005 and currently lives in southern Maryland with his wife Caroline. Together they have two daughters and two grandsons. In reflection on Flint Hill, he says, “Having Col. Warren in my junior year completely changed my life! What a great role model and mentor!”

1964 Cookie Rains ’64 and Sara Shorter ’64 are still close friends and are now “Harley Buddies.” This was taken at a lookout on Blue Ridge Parkway.

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David Moshier ’72 accepted the position of vice president and chief operating officer of the National Clergy Council in Washington, D.C. He was also named as associate pastor of Greenbrier Baptist Church in Arlington. He retired from his work as superintendent of the US Soldiers’ and Airmen’s National Cemetery, and he and his wife, Bonnie, are excited about their new transition.

Forrest Stanley ’74 and his wife, Traci, are both retired Army officers. They have three children. Their oldest son is out of college and living in Oklahoma City; their other two children are in high school and play soccer, basketball and track. Forrest and his wife are now middle school teachers at a K-12 school in New Meadows, ID. They both enjoy crosscountry skiing and running a Morgan horsebreeding farm, where they currently have 3 stallions, 14 brood mares and 9 geldings.

1969 Peter Beach ’69 recently came back to campus to see Flint Hill’s newest tribute to beloved English teacher, Colonel Warren. Since graduating from Flint Hill, Peter earned a degree from Catholic University in 1973. He then spent 27 years working as a construction manager for Arlington Country Department of Public Works. He retired in 2005, and moved to Reed City, Mich., where he owned and operated a farm until 2010. He and his wife, Rachel, now live in Fruita, Colo. to be closer to their two daughters, Katie and Krystal, and their grandson, Isak. During his visit in August, Peter shared a lot of great stories about his days on the soccer and swim teams, and recounted this most memorable moments inside the classrooms of some of his favorite teachers, Col. Warren and Col. Gaige.

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1976 David Corbett ’76 manages the largest hostel in Anchorage, Alaska. He’s done a little bit of everything. He’s driven buses, helped to build wooden boats, ran a hotdog cart, owned a bakery, and owned an ice cream truck business, just to name a few. For 16 years, he worked in Maine as a social worker, managing a homeless shelter. In 2011, he moved to Anchorage. He enjoys flying, reading serious contemporary American literature, the art of the oral story telling tradition, hiking, skiing and the outdoors in general. David is a father, and now a grandfather as of last February.

1987 & 89 In April, Headmaster John Thomas and Director of Alumni Relations Kavon Akhatr met with Dennis Scott ’87 and Scooter Vertino ’89 for lunch in Atlanta, Ga. Both Scott and Vertino played basketball for Stu Vetter ’70 and both work for Turner Broadcasting, Dennis as an onair broadcaster for NBA-TV, and Scooter as vice president and executive producer of Turner Sports.

1989 Richard Pietraszko ’89 recently opened his second location of Safe & Sound Mobile Electronics in Chantilly. His original store in Manassas just celebrated its 20th anniversary. A third store is planned for 2014.

1991 Mark Dix ’91 is a partner at law firm Bucci & Dix, PLLC, based in Richmond. The firm’s core practice areas include personal injury and family law. He and his wife, Heidi, have two children: Luke (2) and Reese (2 months). Read more online.

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Andrew Mills ’95 is currently assigned to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in the Pentagon. He and his wife, Moria, and two children live in Alexandria.

Jennifer (Stringfellow) Lamanna ’97 became a certified professional organizer in the summer, and is hoping to eventually start her own business. More recently, she and her husband, Paul, welcomed their first baby, William Henley, on September 17.

1997 & 98 Beecher Greenman ’97 and Irina Greenman 98 celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in June, and their 17th anniversary as a couple in April. Beecher works as a contractor with SRA International, on a computerprogramming project for the National Institutes of Health. Irina works as a high school Latin teacher in Loudoun County public schools. Irina is also in the process of pursuing a Ph.D. in Latin and Roman Studies through the University of Florida. They live in Falls Church with their dog d’Artagnan. They both perform with the folk fantasy a cappella group Sassafrass.

1997 Clifton Buck ’97 and his wife, Shannon, welcomed their new baby boy, Cormac Stryker, in January 2013. Clifton is currently an assistant professor in the department of marine sciences at the University of Georgia, working out of the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography in Savannah, Ga.

1999 Maddie and Andy Krug visited Julia Greenman ’99 in Las Vegas this summer. Julia is the director of restaurants for the Wynn Casinos. flint hill magazine

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2001 ( L-R) James Scoggins ’01, Doug Dillon ’01, Matt Walgren ’01, Richard McGruder ’01, Jake McMinn ’01, Sabrina Bells ’01, Michael McGruder ’09, Greg Polgar ’01, Amanda McGruder ’04, Heather Smith ’01, Victoria Pettee

Rich McGruder ’01 was married to Victoria Pettee on July 5, at Ocean Cliff in Newport, R.I. The couple met at Elon University, where they both double majored in accounting and finance. In his spare time, Richard is assistant soccer coach at Flint Hill.

2000 Brian Aspinwall ’00 and Ben Bonomo ’00 are busy playing rock shows in Los Angeles with their band Checkpoint Charlie. The band is garnering the attention of major record label executives at Universal Music Group and Warner Brothers. Singer-songwriter Brian Aspinwall produced the band’s latest album, “Love Karma,” with legendary rock producer Mike Plotnikoff. The band is getting ready for a 2014 national tour including South by Southwest.

2001 Megan Shapleigh ’01 recently moved from Massachusetts to Barcelona, Spain, working at the ESADE Business School as a program manager.

2003 Alex Fletcher ’03 (with help from Carl Rosenthal ’03) is president of Fletcher Artist Management. The agency manages 40 opera singers, conductors, and stage directors. He met his wife, Joélle Harvey, through his work and they were married in 2011. They have since relocated to Fairfax. Alex helped plan the recent 10-year reunion.

2003 Will Fleeson ’03 joined the Digital Diplomacy Coalition as part of his work at the Embassy of France. As a group specializing in the use of digital and network technologies in the service of international diplomacy, the DDC organizes events and best-practice exchanges among stakeholders across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

2001 Brian Hennessy ’01 and Melissa Didden Hennessy ’01 welcomed the birth of Marshall Mae Hennessy on May 20.

Helen Rabinovitch ’03 recently married Andrew Shansby in Bluemont, Va. They live in Alexandria, and Helen works as a Communications Specialist for the Department of Defense.

2004 Bannister McKenzie ’04 has eighteen oil paintings exhibited in a Three Artist show at the Rodger LaPelle Galleries in Philadelphia. The show opened September 4 and ran through September 29. Bannister recently received his MFA in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia.

2003 Emily Taylor ’03 and Jacob Wavrin ’03 went to prom together and on Apr. 28, 2013, they were married. The couple reunited after college once Jacob returned from Iraq on a military trip.

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2005 John Cochran ’05 was selected as one of the all-time favorites to return to the popular CBS reality-television program, Survivor: Caramoan. The Harvard Law graduate was able to use his smarts to last week after week and ultimately win the $1 million grand prize as the last survivor on the island. CBS offered him a 2005 job as a writer for their new comedy, The Millers. Currently Jamie Caplan ’05 married Hunter Smith Cochran is living in Hollywood. on Sept. 1, 2013, at the Home Hill Inn in 2005 Plainfield, N.H. Jamie recently graduated Meredith DiMattina ’05 became Mrs. from Cardozo Law School and started Carlos Colón on Sept. 1, 2013 in a her career working at Bryan Cave in New small ceremony in N.C. Meredith is York City. working at Elon University School of Law as an accredited representative 2004 of the Board of Immigration Appeals. Brad Miller ’04 finished a MAT in 2012 For the past three years, Meredith at Northeastern University, and is now a has helped refugees with federal high school history teacher at Spaulding immigration benefits and High School in Barre, Vt. He credits his specializes in representing elderly professional inspirations to two teachers and disabled individuals with low he had at Flint Hill, Mr. Kirby Meade and income with naturalization. Mr. Taylor Johnson. Meredith’s 6-year old son has just started 1st grade at a specialized 2006 school for Science and Technology. David Kay ’06 recently finished a threeyear stint teaching at a school in Detroit, Mich. The first two years were with Teach for America, and in his third year David worked directly for the school. He also graduated with his M.Ed. from the University of Michigan. David has recently moved to Gaston, N.C., where he teaches history at KIPP Gaston College Prep Middle School. Melissa Merrit ’06 was selected by the Wessley Foundation to attend the Climate Justice Seminar in Japan and host a blog about her travels. Melissa 2006 says that she was inspired by her former Andrew Pacala ’06, Ben Nadeau ’06, and Scott Dutton ’06 went to Green biology teacher Fred Chanana. Bay, Wis., to watch the Redskins take on the Green Bay Packers in Week 2.

2006 Courtney Dressler ’06 is in Pittsburgh, Pa., where she teaches 4th grade English language arts and social studies for Prope l Charter School in Homestead. Her teaching path took her to Auckland, New Zealand, to student teach, and then San Jose to teach special education.

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2006 David Caplan ’06 graduated from Georgia Tech with a second bachelor’s degree in engineering. While there, David was founder and President of the HyTech Racing Team, where he designed, built, and raced hybridelectric cars in international collegiate competitions. In September, David moved to Houston, Texas, to start his career at ExxonMobil.

2006 Lizzie Hines ’06 is in her final year of veterinarian school at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland. She recently volunteered at a veterinary charity in Pushkar, India, where she participated in their spay/neuter program and treated sick or injured cats, dogs, donkeys, cows, goats, and monkeys. At Flint Hill, she was a a four-year letter winner in crosscountry and she still enjoys running.


2006 Jeannette Tavares ’06 is a renowned event planner in Washington D.C. In July 2013, Jeannette was named one of the “Top 25 Event Pros to Watch” in Special Events Magazine. She is event planner for EVOKE and an events manager for Washingtonian Magazine.

2006 Brittany Adam BSN, RN ’06 and Charles Manosalvas ’06 were married on May 25, in Chapel Hill, N.C. They live in McLean, where Charles works for CustomInk and Brittany is working as a Cardiology Nurse for INOVA. In attendance were many alumni. The Wedding party included (from L-R): Ben Nadeau ’06, Andrew Pacala ’06, Scott Dutton ’06, Kavon Akhtar ’06, Matt Smith ’05, Ricardo Manosalvas ’13, Charles Manosalvas ’06, Brittany Adam Manosalvas ’06, Erica Adam ’04, and Kaitlin Kolesnikoff ’04.

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Julia Korzeniewski ’06 is attending Teachers College at Columbia University, working on her master’s as a literacy specialist. As part of her one-year program, Julia is also interning in New York City public schools and serving as a fellow for the Teachers College reading and writing project.

Kelly Peterson-Chapman ’07 recently received her master’s at the College of William and Mary, and is working on a second one in gifted education. She is teaching 3rd grade at Stratford Landing Elementary in Alexandria.

2007 Natasha Bozorgi ’07 lives in Toronto, Canada, and recently completed her master’s in literatures of modernity at Ryerson University. She is now in the process of completing her publishing certificate, aspiring to get into copy-editing in the education sector. AJ Coston ’07 is working for Fairfax County Fire and Rescue as a firefighter and paramedic.

2007 Leslie Martell ’07 is Platoon leader in the U.S. Army at Fort Knox.

2007 Jillian Fellows ’07 married Ryan Dill on Sept. 14, in Charlottesville. They live in Hersey, Pa., where she works as a veterinary nurse at Ryegate Show Services, which facilitates horse competitions

Greg DiMattina ’07 lives in Arlington and works at Duff & Phelps, a financial advisory and investment banking firm, where he specializes in estimating the value of public and private companies. When he’s not working, Greg plays guitar in a cover band.

2008 Vy Thuy Nguyen ’08 graduated from University of Toronto in 2012 with a degree in international relations. She is pursuing a JD at Washington College of Law and a master’s in international relations at American University. This summer she did an internship at the Holocaust Museum, and participated in the law program at the International Criminal Court at The Hague, Netherlands.

2007 Mac Hazel ’07 is assistant dean of admissions at HampdenSydney College. Outside of his day job, Mac is a Level 1 CrossFit Trainer. He plans to compete in the 2014 CrossFit Games.

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2008 Arjun Gupta ’08 lives in Boulder, Colo., where he works full time as a web developer at a start-up company called UpSync. He also runs his own website development company, Juny Web Solutions. Jennifer Lavet ’08 graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a degree in computer science in May 2012. She lives in D.C. and is a management consulting business analyst at Accenture, a Fortune 100 company. She also serves on the New Hope Housing Young Professionals Board, which focuses on fundraising events supporting the organization’s mission of finding lasting solutions to end homelessness in Northern Virginia.


2008 Sara Schlegel ’08 lives in New York City and attends Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. She is studying environmental molecular epidemiology, and more specifically, the effects of environmental toxins and pollutants on human health and the subsequent development of disease and illness. She is also conducting research at the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health, focusing on the effects of urban pollution on pregnant women and children since birth in Northern Manhattan and South Bronx.

2009 Doug Howard ’09 is an assistant basketball coach at Salisbury University. He is also working on a master’s degree. Emily Hazel ’09 graduated in May from the University of Virginia with a degree in Spanish and global Sustainability. She is currently participating in a year-long master’s program in environment and development at King’s College, London. Katy Dimon ’09 graduated with a double major in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Indiana. She is now working for Rolls Royce, a major manufacturer of aircraft engines, who selected her for a fast-track international management program. Meanwhile, Rolls Royce applied for a patent on a device she designed during her senior project at Rose-Hulman.

2008 & 2009 Taylor Swart ’08 and Carly Cox ’09 joined Middle School English teacher Tracy Peterson and twelve young women on a two-week white water rafting trip through the Grand Canyon. They traveled 225 miles down the Colorado River. In the evening, they would set up camp along the beaches and slept under the stars.

2009 Tyler O’Conner ’09 graduated from Villanova with a finance degree. He is currently working for J.P. Morgan Private Bank based out of Philadelphia. While he was a student at Villanova, Tyler was chief investment officer of Villanova’s Student Managed Fund program, which manages part of the endowment. As a result, he was selected to ring the NASDAQ closing bell with a few other students.

Julia Fortkort ’09 was named First Team All-American for Women’s Rugby by USA Rugby for the second year in a row. Julia’s accomplishment came after another fantastic season leading the University of Texas Longhorns. Julian Wills ’09 began a Ph.D. program at New York University to study how the brain calculates ethical decisions. Read more online.

2009 Matt Doyle ’09 graduated from Harvard in the spring with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a minor in environmental science and public policy. He was a fouryear pitcher for the baseball team and finished his collegiate career with a strikeout at Fenway Park. Matt is in Chicago working for Price Waterhouse in their management consulting division.

2009 Chelsea Overholt ’09 graduated from Adelphi University with a psychology degree. She played on the volleyball team, helping the university capture their first ever conference title in 2011. She is currently coaching and playing for Durham University in England, where she’s pursuing a master’s in management. This past summer, she helped at Flint Hill’s summer volleyball camps.

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2006 & 2010 Michael â&#x20AC;&#x2122;06 and Katie Freedman â&#x20AC;&#x2122;10 climbed to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in August. They reached the summit with their father, Bruce, after a six-day ascent. Michael made sure to don his Flint Hill baseball cap.


2011 Ratna Gill ’11 is a sophomore at Harvard, where she is studying classics and environmental science and public policy. On campus, she sings with the Harvard Opportunes, Harvard’s oldest co-ed a cappella group, and works for a start-up called Sense & Sustainability. This summer, she traveled to Mexico to work with Centro Mario Molina, a non-profit think tank which conducts research in several fields related to urban sustainability, and attended the National Junior Classical League convention with Flint Hill School as a coach for Virginia’s novice level Certamen team. Read more online.

2011 Jordyn Kennedy ’11 was recently accepted into the School of Media Arts and Design at James Madison University. She is currently working for Regime Entertainment Group, a music management and production company in the Los Angeles area.

2011 Kelly Becker ’11 recently spent a semester at the London School of Economics, focusing on business valuation and fixed income derivatives. Over the summer, she interned for Bloomberg in New York.

2012 Larry Chambers ’12 transferred to Catholic University and is now on the university’s football team. Lanie McGhee ’12 is in her sophomore year at the University of Richmond. She is excelling academically and is also a manager for the Richmond Spiders football team, something she did as a student for Flint Hill’s football team.

2011 Mintie Pardoe ’11 embarked on a journey around the world last January with Semester at Sea, where she met a group of global tech engineers who were setting out to change the world with their inventions. Because of her close work with their film crew, she is now pursuing a new passion and studying film and television at the University of Art in London. She also met Desmond Tutu.

Matt Montagne ’12 transferred to Southwestern University and is playing on the lacrosse team. Cameron Field ’12 is attending the US Naval Academy. Read more online. Robert Grey ’12 took a gap year between graduating from Flint Hill and his first year at Virginia Tech, where he will double major in business management and political science. During the gap year, he worked in the United States Senate for Senator Mark R. Warner (D-VA).

2012 Calvin Baxter ’12 and Aaron Frederick ’12 are part of Scott’s Run. Calvin is on the keyboard and Aaron on the saxophone. They’ve played at several D.C. venues including the Velvet Lounge and Rock & Roll Hotel. The band recorded an album due out in December.

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2012 Jimmy Rosen ’12 spent his freshman year on the Indiana University hockey team. As a goalie, he helped the team to the Top 25 for the first time in school history, recording an impressive 0.54 goals against average.

2013 2012 Andy Rehberger ’12, Matt Koger ’12 and Kevin McNerney ’12 are enjoying their second year at the University of Virginia.

Courtney Beatty ’13 enjoys Miami University (Ohio). She was one of two freshmen (out of 75) to be selected for the top-riding class for the open equestrian team.

Marlo Sweatman ’13 started her collegiate soccer career at Florida State University, playing in two games early in the season, helping the Seminoles start off undefeated at 8-0-2.

2013 Jesse Anderson ’13 started off being an equipment manager for the William & Mary football team, but he earned a round of tryouts at long snapper, impressing the coaches and earning him a spot on the roster.

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Ben Kase ’13 made his college football debut for Davidson College.

Ricardo Manosalvas ’13 is the only freshman starting for the Lynchburg College soccer team.

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Patrick Sanguineti ’13 was awarded a $1,000 National Latin Exam Scholarship, one of 21 recipients out of the 715 who applied for the honor. Students were judged on their overall academic standing and on an original essay. Patrick is in his first semester at Harvard, where he was selected as the first chair trumpet for the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra.

Connor Chess ’13 made his college football debut for Washington & Lee University. He had his first college carry when they defeated Sewanee on September 28. (Pictured with his brother and sister, Bennett ’21 and Catie ’14.)

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Nicole Paez- Junkins ’85 hosted a small reunion for alumni from the mid-1980s during the July 4 weekend at her residence in Bluemont, Va. The party had about 20 former Falcons and the Alumni Association can’t thank Nicole enough for hosting!

gatherings throughout the year to allow friendships to continue. The group is open to any parents that have had children attend Flint Hill.

On Sept. 19, Mary Lee Brendsel (P ’13, ’15, ’17) and Elise Abt (P ’13, ’15) hosted a luncheon for mothers of Flint Hill alumni, More than 50 ladies attended. The Parent Alumni Connections is a newly formed alumni parent group that holds social

New York City Alumni Reception, February 28, 2014 In attendance will be Kavon Akhtar, John Thomas, and Doug MacLeod, a former faculty member. (Doug is teaching in New York City. He and his wife had their first child in April.)

A group from the 1980s and 90s decided it was time to have a reunion of their own. Jen (Wojick) Ryan ’90 and Paula Keith ’90 rounded up former classmates for a Friday night dinner and a Saturday barbecue at the home of Ali Malek. L-R:Julie Ivener-Olcott, Billy Simons, Rachel (Schlank) Bailey, Nicole Dèvieux, Paula Keith, Jen (Wojick) Ryan, Rich Pietraszko.

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One of the highest attended happy hours yet took place in late July, when more than 60 alumni of various class years reunited.

On August 3, the Class of 2003 celebrated their 10-year reunion in Arlington. Suzie Grand Pre ’03 and Alex Fletcher ’03 volunteered to help plan the event. L-R: Suzie Grand Pre, Andrew Doll, Adrienna Zelnick, Aly MacLatchy, Will Fleeson, Helen (Rabinovitch) Shansby, Alex Fletcher, Marie (Purkert) Schneider, Alec Latimer, Matt DiBella, Emily (Taylor) Wavrin, Jacob Wavrin, Kelly DuBois, Sanjay Gopinath.

The Class of 1993 had an awesome 20-year reunion during Flint Hill's Homecoming Weekend. The gathering was graciously hosted by Jessica (Aspinwall) Springsteen at her home in Bethesda, Md. Todd Primrose and Ryan Bartholomew even made the journey from Montana to reunite! L-R:Lindsay (Lawrence) Dengel, Ryan Bartholomew, Amy (Harris) Gwilliam, Jessica (Aspinwall) Springsteen, Todd Primrose, Donald Burnett, Elizabeth (Spiker) Gooch, Jonathan Lee.

On June 7, the Class of 2006 hosted a belated 5-year reunion. Jeannette Tavares ’06 used her knack as a professional event planner to help whip up a quick party so that a group of ’06ers could reunite! L-R: Scott Dutton, Michael Freedman, Derek Anderson, Katie Croft, Will Lacy, Lindsay Bowling, Julia Korzeniewski, Marguerute Stephan, Katia Bratishko, Brittany Manosalvas, Charles Manosalvas, Kavon Akhtar, Ben Nadeau, Ashley White, Jeannette Tavares.

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The Hill Side Kindergarteners Petition for Carrots! by Danielle Donaldson, manager of student billing, east campus lunch program and student transportation I got a letter from the kindergarten class. It was concise. There was a picture too; it spoke volumes. It was clear they were serious, adamant, and a force to be reckoned with. I was afraid. Okay, not afraid, but I knew I needed to hear the students’ plea and that this was a ’teachable’ moment—for all of us. Last spring, the kindergarten students were not pleased with one particular change I made to the lunch program. Typically, on pizza day, we include a small bag of baby carrots. To make things more interesting in the land of food service, half way through the school year, I made the decision to swap out the carrots with fruit cups. It was a bad idea. Ruby, apparently, led the effort. She and her fellow classmates decided something needed to be done about the situation, and that’s when I got the petition and picture. The solution was simple and clear; as far as the class felt, I needed to return carrots to the menu. A meeting was called, and I faced the group to answer their questions. We talked about the east campus as a whole and all the different appetites and tastes represented in the lower and middle schools. I shared with the students that it’s important for me to listen to everyone’s feedback—from the youngest students to the adults—and that thoughtful and clear comments help me better select menu items that are nutritious and fun. The “call for carrots” was a success in many ways. The kindergarten class worked together to create change. They experienced the process of open communication with their classmates and adults. They know that their voices are heard. And, most importantly to them, at the moment, their beloved vegetable is back. This is just another amazing moment at Flint Hill, and why I love my job.


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