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  • 01/24/18Students of the Second Quarter


    Selected as the freshman Student of the Quarter, Kylie has consistently proven to be an outstanding student who has many interests and talents.  Kylie’s favorite subjects in school are Math and History.  At AC, Kylie played volleyball and currently is playing basketball.  Kylie is also part of the Ping Pong club and SADD. When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Kylie replied “that it is a small school and everyone is focused on their education, caring and supportive of each other."  Kylie’s best memory at AC is the volleyball season as she had the opportunity to get to know a lot of the girls.  Kylie was awarded the “Coach's Award" which is given to an athlete who best exemplifies outstanding leadership qualities and great attitudes towards teammates and coaches along with the "Most Points on the Whiteboard Award."  In Kylie's spare time she enjoys playing lacrosse, shopping, music and hanging with friends. 


    Selected as the sophomore  Student of the Quarter, Bridget Driscoll has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents.  Bridget has strong Cougar roots as both her parents are AC graduates,  Jack Driscoll ‘85 and Tricia Martin Driscoll ‘86.  Bridget has an older brother Jack that is a junior at AC and two younger siblings, Thomas (13) and Annie (10).  Not only do Bridget’s cousins also attend AC but many of her aunts and uncles are graduates as well.  Bridget’s favorite subject in school is Theology because of her teachers, Mr. Clivio and Mr. Wilcox.  At AC, Bridget is a member of AC/DC and the arts council.  When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Bridget replied “the Drama Club and the new friends I’ve made.” Bridget’s best memories at AC are “the Drama Club, debating The Odyssey in Ms. Heston’s class, and lasting a minute longer than my whole team on the dodgeball court.”  Bridget hopes to make even more great memories. 


    Selected as the junior  Student of the Quarter, Madeline Van Winkle has consistently proven to be an outstanding student who has many interests and talents.  Maddie’s sister Kathryn is a freshman AC.   Maddie’s favorite subjects in school are “all branches of science - it has always fascinated me and it’s something I want to pursue a career in.  I have been in love with it since I was little, and I love the fact that there’s always something new to learn in it.”  At AC, Maddie is on the volleyball and softball teams, the photography and STEM clubs and is a part of Women of Science and the Science team.  Outside of AC, Maddie plays tournament softball  and club volleyball.  She’s a songwriter and guitar player, a painter, sketch artist and photographer. When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Maddie replied “How family-like it is.  Everyone knows everyone”. Maddie’s best memory at AC is “It’s a tie between going to the Stone Zoo with Mrs. Morrissey and Eddie for the Zoolights every year and the bus rides to and from science meets.”  


    Selected as the senior  Student of the Quarter, Brian Morgan has consistently proven to be a remarkable  student who has many interests and talents. Brian’s favorite subject in school is “ Physics—I enjoy knowing how to calculate the exact position/movements of objects. At AC, Brian is part of the Cross Country  and  outdoor and indoor Track teams and the president of the National Honor Society.  Brian’s interests are in volunteerism. When asked what he likes best about AC and the school community, Brian replied “The personal relationships between faculty and students.” Brian’s best memory at AC is  “Watching ACDC’s performance of “My Big Fat AC/DC Wedding” at Arlington Town Hall.”  When asked what his future plans after AC  were, Brian replied, “In college I plan on majoring in computer science. Other than that, I don’t have any definite ideas.”

     


    Selected as the senior  Student of the Quarter, Anan has consistently proven to be an outstanding student who has many interests and talents.  Anan is an International student from China.   Anan’s favorite subject in school is French “It’s a small class, so everyone knows everyone. The teachers are nice and patient. It’s fantastic to learn about another language and traditions. We usually have a little celebration for festivals of France.”  At AC, Anan is part of the Math and Science teams and is part of  Women of Science. When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Anan replied “ The AC community respects international students and our cultures. I’m so glad to see the Lunar Year Celebration on our school calendar.”   Anan’s best memory at AC is “the dance performance at the prayer service. It’s my first time dancing and performing”.  Anan says that experience encouraged her to  take on new challenges and make more friends.  When asked what her future plans after AC  were, Anan replied “I will get an internship as a tutor during the summer. There are a lot of Chinese students who want to further their studies in the US. I would like to share my own experience and help them improve their English skills. Also, I will major in Biochemistry at Reed College. I will probably work as a pharmacist in the future”.