Stephanie Baione ’11, has been named Assistant Principal Flute and Piccolo for the Coastal Youth Symphony of Georgia. It is a wonderful achievement that speaks to her dedication to excellence. The orchestra is a very select group of high school students who perform challenging literature under the baton of Maestro Luis Haza. You might find Maestro Haza’s name familiar as he was first violinist for 36 years with the National Symphony Orchestra and is internationally recognized as a violinist, conductor and educator.
Stephanie is an accomplished young lady who was Top Scholar in her graduating class and was a featured soloist in the role of the Baker’s Wife in Sondheim’s “Into The Woods”. In addition, she plays piano and holds the rank of Black Belt in martial arts.
Nicholas (Nicky) Charles ’08 was made an early inductee into the St. Albans Cum Laude society as a senior.
Logan Bush ’08 was elected the class president (senior year) at the St. John’s College High School.
Ten ’09 St. John’s graduates were inducted into the Xaverian National Honor Society at Good Counsel last fall. The inductees were Courtney Oliver, Ashley Ramamorthy, Bobby Mitchell, Tony Gredone, Robbie Gibbs, Austin White, Matthew Koert, Casey Bulik, Sarah Moore, and Sarah Haase.
St. John’s graduates Courtney Oliver, Bobby Mitchell and Matthew Koert,
with some of their fellow GC classmates