Renbrook School’s 83rd Commencement

Student speakers Ged G. and Sydney A. were selected by their classmates to present the history of their class, starting with those students who began Renbrook as three-year-olds and finishing with those who joined in middle school. Following their address, Shauna S. and Theo A. explained that they decided on a commissioned painting as their class gift, with the remaining funds raised by their grade to be donated to the Renbrook Fund. The artwork, which will be made by commencement speaker Ed Donahue, will incorporate their class’s diverse interests with imagery of the Renbrook campus.

Following Donahue’s speech, Head of School Scott Hutchinson shared his words of wisdom with the outgoing class and shared his hope that students would always find a home at Renbrook. Lastly, he kept with tradition by reading an original poem crafted to highlight the unique talents and passions of the eighth graders. With their combined love of theater, music, athletics, and the pursuit of knowledge, Hutchinson made clear that they will be an unforgettable group of students.
In the fall, the Renbrook class of 2019 will attend:

Avon Old Farms School
Berkshire School
Choate Rosemary Hall
Emma Willard School
Ethel Walker School
Groton School
Kingswood Oxford School
Loomis Chaffee School
Middlesex School
Miss Porter’s School
Northwest Catholic High School
Phillips Academy Andover
Plainville High School
Pomfret School
Simsbury High School
St. George’s School
Suffield Academy
Taft School
Vernon High School
Watkinson School
Westminster School
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