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School Notes July 31-Aug. 6

Send announcements to the Alexandria Gazette Packet, by e-mail to gazette@connectionnewspapers.com. Deadline is Thursday at noon for the following week’s paper. Photos are encouraged. Call Rebecca Halik at 703-917-6407 with questions.

T.C. Williams High School class of 1973 will have their 35th reunion from July 25-27 at Hilton Mark Center, 5000 Seminary Road. Call Vicki Warren at 770-396-7783 or Jodi Finn at 703-627-3769 for information.

The following students just graduated and received a degree from Boston University:

Drew M. Brenenborg, Master of Science in Business Administration and Management

Cindy L Otis, Master of Arts in International Relations

Anna H. Lin, Master of Business Administration and Management

Margaret M. Harley, Bachelor of Science in Communication

Alexandra Chatilovicz of Alexandria made dean's list for the spring 2008 semester at Mitchell College.

Sara Frances Fry of Alexandria, a sophomore at Gettysburg College, has been placed the dean's commendation list for outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2008.

Suzanne Michelle Marlatt of Alexandria has graduated from Columbia College, Chicago with a bachelor's degree in marketing communication.

Bijan Otero of Alexandria graduated from the Junior Law Cadet Program.

Eleven Alexandria residents graduated from Radford University at the end of the spring semester. Earning bachelor of science degrees were Benjamin Doren Weston, geology; Curtis Dayton Barrows, media studies; Anna Kathryn Morgan, media studies; Ashley Cristen White, social work; and Elizabeth Carter Newstadt, recreation, parks, and tourism. Earning bachelor of business degrees were Kristian Bristol Lawson, finance; Brett Noble Riley, management; Abel Mengistu Gizaw, economics; and Cathleen Megan Searles, marketing. Earning a bachelor of arts degree was Manual Jesus Gomez, psychology. Earning a master of science degree was Lauren Elizabeth Mitchell, special education.

For the second straight year, Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy has received the Governor's Gold Award for Best Practices in Nutrition and Physical Activity. The school is one of seven gold award-winning Virginia schools, and the only school to receive recognition for four consecutive years. Only three schools received the gold award this year. Lyles-Crouch previously received bronze and silver awards.

Owen McAleer was named to the honor’s list at Phillips Exeter Academy. He is a senior and Alexandria resident.

Nicole Pool graduated this May with a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling and Discipleship from Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Md. She plans to continue in her current ministry as a part-time Youth Associate at Downtown Baptist Church in Alexandria.

Berklee College of Music announces that Alexi Von Guggenberg of Alexandria has earned placement on the dean's list for the spring semester of the 2008 academic year.