by: Kate Merritt, Assoc. Dir. of Advancement for Annual Fund and Alumni Programs
Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee Chair Jim Vigue '89 hosted the awards, which honored Shorecrest athletes both past and present. Five alumni were honored at this ceremony: Hunter Glaum '93, Clay Hall '90, Byron Kiefer '98, Tony Lazzara '98, and Jeff Ritch '01 were all recognized for their success as Chargers. Eight current student athletes were also honored with a Charger Hall of Fame award for Outstanding Achievement in Athletics. The final award of the evening was the Coach of the Year Award, presented to a current Shorecrest coach. The recipient for 2017-18 was Boys' Soccer Coach Jason Montoya who led his team to the Florida State Final Four this year.
Two Leavengoods have two plays opening on both coasts in one month! First, Bill Leavengood ‘78 learned that his new one-act, "Infinit-E," will be produced in New York as part as New Circle Theatre Company's Inferno Project. The Leavengood family also found out a new one-act by Charlie Leavengood ‘17, "The Gentile's Song," will be produced as part of The 26th Annual Blank Theatre YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL in Hollywood, CA. In addition, “Paleo Man”, a film written & directed by Bill Leavengood recently premiered at the 13th annual Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg, FL.
Congratulations to alumn Cole Smith '15, now a junior at New York University. Cole was recently awarded NYU's Max Goldstein Prize. The Max Goldstein Prize is awarded annually for undergraduate creativity in computing. Cole created a check-in App for NYU that is used in 20 departments.
by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity and Inclusion
My name is Roderick Avery Fludd and I am the NEW Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Shorecrest Preparatory School. I invite Shorecrest alumni of color to take this brief surveyto help Shorecrest maintain its work on becoming an even more inclusive and welcoming community. This survey should take about 20 minutes to complete.