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Congratulations to the class of 2018

Gordon's newest alumni are off to sixteen high schools
Thursday, June 7, 2018

Congratulations to the class of 2018, the largest graduating class in Gordon's history:

Clara Eve Aizenman
Julia Ruth Barker
Dylan Michael Bean
Julia Frances Bendheim
Phoebe Lee Hitchcock Brendler
Grace Catherine Cahners
Lily Prentiss Callahan
Christian Francis Chase
Nova Crane
Annie Kate Dark
Dimitrios Aristotelis Daskalopoulos
Theodore James Duarte-Baird
Adrian Arena Fairbrother
Jacob Alexander van Dongen Faulise
Faith Marie Felder
Kavi Roshan Mongia Gasper
Addison Duffield Ginn
Naya Christina Habr
Wyatt Cruz Harrington
Thomas Bates Henderson
Grace Anne Jefferson
André James Gonçalves Keller
Maya Katherine Kelly
Henry Winsor Kirkman
Samuel James Friedman Kurtis
Jude Rex MacLean
Virginia Louise Matouk
Zoe Angeline McMullen
Sophia Noemi Merchant
Vivian Rose Miller
Raymond Jack Moore
Eliza Lillian Nelson
Alexander Emerson Orth
Neil Panth
Emma Cragin Platt
Caroline Jennifer Powell
Charles John Ragona
Arlo William Robbins
Hannah Robin Rooks
Tyler Dante Rose
Grace Lin Feng Saal
Finley Jackson Sargent
Aaron Sucov
Graeme Liam Sullivan
Ursula Susan Talbot 
Kennedy Danielle Savelle Wallace
Martha Sayles Wilson


Next year, they will attend seventeen different public, Catholic-affiliated, boarding and independent day schools:

Barrington High School
Bishop Hendricken High School
Charlotte Country Day
Classical High School
Dighton-Rehoboth High School
Jacqueline Walsh School for the Arts
La Salle Academy
Lincoln School
Loomis Chaffee
Milton Academy
Moses Brown School
Mount St. Charles Academy
Portsmouth Abbey School
Portsmouth High School
Providence Country Day School
Rocky Hill School
Wheeler School

embedded below, and linked here: the slideshow from the class of 2018's Commencement party


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