Benjamin School Inducts Cum Laude Society Seniors

The Benjamin School has announced that 14 graduating seniors were selected as inaugural members of the Benjamin School’s Cum Laude Society based on their superior academic record and demonstration of fine character.

The Benjamin School was granted chapter status in the Cum Laude Society earlier this year after careful review of curriculum, standardized test scores and college admission profile.

The selected students are Emily Dunkel (Duke University), Nataly Lambert (Duke University), Samantha Kochman (University of Pennsylvania), Adrienne Propp (Harvard University), Carolyn Quigley (Purdue University), Natasha Zachariades (Washington University), Liam Fine (Amherst College), Noah Presser (University of Florida-Honors), Austin Rosenthal (Wake Forest University), Savannah Johnson (Washington University), Ben Germano (Georgetown University), Max Seiss (Harvard University), Averill Healey (Harvard University) and Jeffrey Rossin (University of Florida).


ABOVE: Head of School Robert Goldberg (left) and Upper School Head Latta Baucom (right) with the 14 students chosen for the Benjamin School’s inaugural Cum Laude Society.