Erskine Academy final Renaissance awards for the year (2023)

Erskine Academy seniors of the trimester, ront row, from left to right, Paige Reed and Katie Williams. Second row, Beck Jorgensen, Samantha Reynolds, and Samuel Boynton. Third row, Jarell Sandoval, Carson Appel, and Kaiden Kelley. (contributed photo)

On Friday, June 9, 2023, Erskine Academy, in South China, students and staff attended the final Renaissance Assembly of the year to honor their peers with Renaissance Awards.

Recognition Awards were presented to the following students: Lily Matthews, John “Jack” Allen, and Emma Tyler.

In addition to Recognition Awards, Senior of the Trimester Awards were also presented to eight members of the senior class: Samuel Boynton, son of Sean and Jennifer Boynton, of China; Samantha Reynolds, daughter of Tonya and Benjamin Reynolds, of China; Beck Jorgensen, son of Jon Jorgensen, of China, and Alison Atkins, of Oakland; Kaiden Kelley, son of Kern Kelley and Michaela Clark-Kelley, of China; Katie Williams, daughter of Stacy and Preston Richmond, of Vassalboro; Carson Appel, son of William Appel and Suzanne Brown, of Windsor; Jarell Sandoval, son of Rachelle and Aaron Marable, of Windsor; and Paige Reed, daughter of Robert and Jessica Reed, of Vassalboro. Seniors of the Trimester are recognized as individuals who have gone above and beyond in all aspects of their high school careers.

In appreciation of their dedication and service to Erskine Academy, a special recognition award was presented to Chris Sementelli, Athletic Trainer, and Faculty of the Trimester awards were presented to Rod Robilliard, English Instructor; and Michael McQuarrie, Headmaster.

Erskine Academy faculty of the trimester, from left to right, Rod Robilliard, Chris Sementelli, and Michael McQuarrie. (contributed photo)


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