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Haverford Student Inducted Into CumLaude Society

The Episcopal Academy recently inducted 13 students to the school's CumLaude Society chapter.

Haverford Student Inducted Into CumLaude Society

NEWTOWN SQUARE–Episcopal Academy recently announced the following 13 students who were inducted into the school's CumLaude chapter:

  • Jay Achuff (Berwyn) 
  • Anthony Thai (Broomall) 
  • Christina Halcovich (Bryn Mawr) 
  • Julie Fay (Malvern) 
  • Mary Catherine Curran (Berwyn)
  • Shreya Reddy (Audubon)
  • Christian Humann (Haverford)
  • Katie Wu (Ardmore) 
  • Anna Ochsner (Chester Springs)
  • Stacey Sloate (Rosemont)
  • Karen Christianson (Media)
  • Matt Vegari (Gladwyne)
  • Rohan Gulati (Villanova)

The CumLaude society, founded in 1906, is an organization devoted to the recognition of superior scholarship while simultaneously striving to encourage qualities of justice and honor. Chapters are located in the United States, Canada, England, France, Spain, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. Episcopal’s chapter was founded in 1952.

Twenty percent of a chapter’s senior class may be elected to membership. No more than ten percent may be elected to membership at the conclusion of junior year. Election is based on the student’s cumulative standing commencing with the sophomore year at Episcopal.

Induction takes place during the Fall Honors Chapel Service. Additional students may be elected after spring semester examinations in the senior year. Election is based on the student’s cumulative standing commencing with the junior year at Episcopal. Induction takes place during the final chapel service of the school year.

This press release has been provided by the Episcopal Academy.

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