by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
Upper School students, families, faculty, staff and honored guests gathered to recognize academic achievements and beyond in the Janet Root Theatre on May 19, 2023. Congratulations to all of our students for a very successful school year!


Community Awards:
The Anne Frank Humanitarian Award: Daven Fudge '24
The Kevin Kay Memorial Award: Eve Iceton-Ballou '24
The Kyle Bastas Memorial Award: Jake Kowalski '23
Senior Service Awards: Sarah Ellis Morgan '23 and Dylan Winer '23
Bruce Haskell Spirit Award: Libby Cenedella '24
Carleen Vinal Haskell Scholarship and Spirit Award: Kate Danielson '24
Elizabeth Samuelson Community Spirit Award: Julie Meyer, Assistant to the Head of School

Shorecrest Core Values Awards 
Responsibility: Daven Fudge '24
Respect: Story Pennock '24
Integrity: Annabella Rozin '24
Knowledge: Misha Drunov '24
Compassion: Libby Cenedella '24

Athletic Awards 
Triple Crown Award for playing 3 varsity sports in the same year:
Izzi Brown '26, Alexia Bucci '26, Alex Estremera '26, Ava Stanton '26, Nickolas Bearden '25, Ahmad Crumity '25, Enrique Negron '25, Wes Ryan '25, Jocelyn Sheppard '25, Cooper Phillips '25, Jensen Hallock-Wishner '24, Mylie McDonough '23, Taylor Register '23, Jack Satterfield '23, Emma Silverthorn '23, Alex Wisotsky '23

Fran Risser Female Athlete Award: Sonoma Kasica ‘24
Coach Philip Hayford Male Athlete Awards: Nickolas Bearden ‘25

Department Awards 
Shorecrest Aspiring Visual Arts Awards: Maddie Needler '25 - Studio Art; Alexis Valance '25 - Filmmaking
Janet Root Award of Excellence in the Visual Arts: Sarah Ellis Morgan '23, Benny Ames '23 and Sara Rose '23
John Philip Sousa Award: Ethan Bekurs '24 
Mary B Christian Award for Sustained Achievement: Sarah Ellis Morgan '23
Chris Borges Award for Outstanding Participation in the Arts: Ethan Bekurs '24, Jensen Hallock-Wishner '24, Lauren Brumbelow '24, Sofi Rosales '24
Janet Root Rising Stars: Remy de Paris '25, Kaelie Dieter '26, Sally Keane '26, Sabrina Everhart '25, Sarah Kingsford ‘25

Outstanding Achievement in English: Story Pennock '24
Zora Neale Hurston Award: Sara Rose '23
Excellence in Mathematics Award: Sasha Schratwieser '24
Excellence in Science Award: Kevin Tang '23
Excellence in Computer Studies Award: Josef Broz '23
Bradford Moore Excellence in Social Studies Award: Matthew White '23
Dr. Pamela Hamilton Excellence in Psychology Award: Gabe Besecker '23
Guillemette Laitier Prix d’Honneur: Sasha Schratwieser '24
Maria Evora Premio Sobresaliente: Reanna Hossain '24

Outstanding Citizens and Top Scholars 
9th Grade Outstanding Citizens: Alex Estremera '26, Luke Lavoie '26
10th Grade Outstanding Citizens: Sinai Dunbar '25, Tommy Murphy '25
11th Grade Outstanding Citizens: Adelaide Oman '24, Annabella Rozin '24
12th Grade Outstanding Citizens: Aneko Jackson '23, Kevin Tang '23
9th Grade Top Scholar: Sally Keane '26
10th Grade Top Scholar: Brody Jaquish '25
11th Grade Top Scholar: Sasha Schratwieser '24
12th Grade Top Scholar: Mylie McDonough '23

Cum Laude Society Inductees:
Gabriel Besecker '23
Caroline Carlan '23
Kareena Dua '23
Becket Foster '23
Felix Edwin Fudge, III  '23
Taylor Hicks '23
Camden Lerner '23
Selena Lin '23
Lauren Marquis '23
Jackson McDevitt '23
Mylie McDonough '23
Sarah Ellis Morgan '23
Taylor Register '23
Sean Sheikholeslam '23
Addison Sptaru '23
Kevin Tang '23
Ainsley Walling '23
Dylan Winer '23


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St Petersburg, FL 33703
Phone: (727) 522-2111  |  Fax: (727) 527-4191

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