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Graduating Class of 2018

On Sunday, May 20, the third graduating class of All Saints Episcopal High School participated in commencement exercises in Patriot Gym.  These 24 seniors garnered more than 5.3 million dollars in merit-based scholarships and were collectively accepted into 68 universities in 22 states plus the District of Columbia.

Former All Saints Headmaster Dr. Mike Bennett was the unanimous choice for commencement speaker as voted by the seniors.  He delivered an address that challenged the graduates to follow the biblical principal of “love God and love your neighbor” in their next phase of life.

Natalie Chaudhuri was recognized as Valedictorian of the class.  She is the daughter of Drs. Kallol and Swapna Chaudhuri and has a cumulative grade point average of 4.8767.  She was also recognized as a National Merit Scholar this year.  She is the recipient of the All Saints Woman of Character award for the senior class.  Natalie, who has been at All Saints since sixth grade, plans to attend Georgetown University to study Journalism, Law or Politics.

Sarah Going was this year’s Salutatorian with a cumulative grade point average of 4.8209.  Sarah was also recognized as commended by the National Merit Foundation.  Sarah is the daughter of Robin and Scott Going.  She will attend Southern Methodist University (SMU) in the fall where she will pursue a degree in finance from the Cox School of Business.

We are so proud of each one of these graduates and expect great things from them!