FCDS Names Middle School Award Winners

 

During the Middle School Closing Ceremony, students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the school community.

Fifth grader Malaya Saliba, sixth grader Nathan Foncilus, seventh grader Caroline Sudler, and eighth grade Sadie Tucker won the Outstanding Core Value Award. This awardis given to a deserving student who serves as a positive role model for their peers, became a contributing member in their community both in the classroom and beyond and inspires others to leave a legacy of character and commitment.

Fifth grader Carter Nance, sixth grader Olivia McNatt, seventh grader Jack Norman, and eighth grader Andrew Mitchell won the John Danforth Award. Named for our very own John Danforth, this award is presented to that member of Forsyth Country Day School who, by his or her spirited attitude towards others, demonstrates a commitment to service and an involvement within and beyond the school community.

Max Drucker won the Academic Excellence Award. This award is presented to that student in the eighth grade who has displayed the greatest intellectual curiosity and self-discipline in academic achievement and has been a student at Forsyth Country Day School for at least four semesters. This student is considered the top student of his or her class, sets the bar high on tests and exams, and has shown evidence of intellectual promise and achievement inside and outside of the classroom.

Ian Hart won the Middle School Achievement Award. This award is presented annually to that student in the Middle School who has demonstrated the most marked improvement in both academic performance and personal development over the course of his or her time at FCDS.

Meredith White won the Middle School Leadership Award. This award is presented to the eighth grade student who has exhibited the qualities of leadership and service that fulfill the ideals of Forsyth Country Day School. This person is a true leader in every aspect of the Middle School and inspires other members to do their best as well.

Congratulations to these terrific Middle School students!
Back