Class of 2022 Heads off to Start Prestigious College Programs

Students in the Class of 2022 will embark on their next chapters in the weeks ahead as they head off to college.

Several students have been awarded prestigious scholarship and honors opportunities.

"We are very fortunate to have exceptional students here at Episcopal. It makes us very proud to see colleges and universities recognizing our graduates' many talents and leadership," reflected Director of College Counseling Cynthia Crum.

Thane and Ewan Graham were granted "unconditional admit" to pursue a triple major at St. Andrew's University in Scotland where they plan to study French, German, and International Relations.

Caroline Madeira is one of 15 students admitted to the distinguished production and design school at New York University's Tisch School of The Arts.

Kennedy Moore will study business in the Fellows program at Elon University.

Cecilia Murphy was chosen for the highly competitive Jefferson Scholar program at the University of Virginia. She is EA's first Jefferson Scholar since 2010.

Alex Pillart is attending Clemson University in the honors program.

Alec Riley was selected to be an Altman Scholar at Tulane University.

Nik Walling is attending the highly-selective honors program at the University of Michigan.

Brooke Stocku is attending the United States Military Academy (West Point) while Neo Vossschulte is attending the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (West Point Prep).

The Class of 2022 celebrated its commencement on Thursday, June 9.