The Country School grads earn honors

Back row, from left, are Nicholas Kellogg ’16, Colin Ward ’17, Lily Berntsen ’17, Lydia Periconi ’17, Glynis Gardner ’17, and Sydney Nittle ’17; front row, Adie Parish ’17 and Olivia Hershey ’17. Not pictured is Lilli Ward ’17.

EASTON — Nine Country School alumni recently were inducted into the National Honor Society at The Gunston School in Centreville.

The school honored several inductees who demonstrated achievement in the four pillars of scholarship, service, leadership and character.

These pillars directly align with The Country School’s nine core values, which are woven into the curriculum and daily conversations.

“It is our mission to graduate students who will continue on to high school as focused, thoughtful, driven individuals with a commitment to service, leadership, and character, and we congratulate these nine students who continue to do their best always,” Director of Admission Annie Hasselgren.

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