School Notes

School Notes

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Rachel Sullivan, daughter of Gregory Sullivan and Sozeen Mondlin of McLean, was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in economics with a leadership certificate at Sweet Briar College’s commencement ceremony.

Cara Roddy of McLean received her undergraduate degree in Professional Studies at Champlain College’s commencement exercises held May 9.

Jessica Lynn Riemenschneider, daughter of Charles and Judith Riemenschneider of Mc Lean, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, magna cum laude, from Saint Michael's College.

Allison Bitterman, a 2006 graduate of James Madison High School in Vienna, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Psychology (Minor in English) from Gettysburg College. While at Gettysburg, Bitterman achieved Dean's List recognition all semesters, was inducted into the National Psychology Honor Society and served as Treasurer of Sigma Sigma Sigma service sorority. She was also a member of the Gettysburg College Women's Rugby Team.

Michael Weaver and Alexandra Galanis of Great Falls graduated from Coastal Carolina University Saturday, May 9.

Neil Moyer of Vienna graduated from Coastal Carolina University Saturday, May 9.

Tara Adams and Jon Dudney of McLean both received a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management from Lynn University.

The following GC Marshall HS students have been selected to participate in the Virginia Governor’s School, a three to four week residential program for high school juniors with a 3.75 GPA or higher:

Amy Attiliis (Visual Art), Christopher Bowie, Jasmine Kang, Brigitte Tondreau (Biological and Agricultural Science), Ellen Chapin, Dana Hayes (Humanities), Hannah Chi (Dance), Conor Dinan (French), Abigail Epremian (Chinese), Jonathan Giles (Vocal Music), Meara O'Malley (Theatre) Jennifer O'Neill (Life Science and Medicine) and Hannah Rak (Latin).

George S. Shaw of McLean graduated in absentia with a B.A. in political science from Hampden-Sydney College. Shaw is a graduate of Langley High School and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Shaw of McLean.

Bryan Hofgard, a sophomore at Langley High School, was selected to receive a full scholarship to attend the High School Diplomats Program at Princeton University July 28-Aug. 8. High School Diplomats is a ten-day program for American students, selected nationwide, to interact and forge friendships with Japanese students.

Victoria Hsia of Great Falls graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Cornell University.

Jun Ki Min of Vienna graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University.