All three achieved a GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Friday, February 1
Information was provided by the communications department at Colgate University. The following students from Colgate University were recipients of the Dean's Award for academic excellence during the 2012 fall term at Colgate University. To be eligible for the Dean's Award, a Colgate student must achieve a minumum 3.30 average while enrolled in at least four courses. A member of the Colgate class of 2016, Christopher Noda is a graduate of Mary Mary Institute and Country Day School and lives in Saint Louis, MO. A member of the Colgate class of 2016, Turner Rapp is a graduate of John Burroughs School and lives in Saint Louis, MO. A member of the Colgate class of 2016, Hannah Akre is a graduate of MICDS and lives in Saint Louis, MO.
Jehu Chesson heads to Michigan football, others head to variety of different destinations.
The Ladue Rams were in a celebratory mood. They had nine of their finest athletes sign national letters of intent Wednesday at the end of the school day. They were surrounded by family and friends, teachers and administrators. Everyone in the room was a well wisher. Three of those who signed letters will play football collegiately. While Jehu Chesson inked for the Michigan Wolverines; Deavin Edwards and Michael Horton-Lofton affixed their signatures to agreements with Missouri Valley College. Other student/athletes who announced their plans were Maddie Wall, Dartmouth College for swimming; Katie Westervelt, Williams College for rowing; Chandler Millstone, Colgate University for lacrosse; Elena Gresick, Johns Hopkins University for field …