2019 Community Service Awards
Posted 05/01/2019 11:53AM

Upper Schoolers recognized for their dedication to service

Each year, dozens and dozens of Upper School students regularly participate in community service projects...not to fulfill a requirement, but to serve others and learn how much is to be gained when you 'give back.'

Students may track their hours, and then receive recognition for 50 hours or more of community service. Awards were given in the following categories: 50-74 hours for the Bronze Award, 75-99 hours for the Silver Award and more than 100 hours for Gold Award.

Winners of the 2019 Community Service Awards


  • Emma Bookoff
  • Lucy Byer
  • Joey Chmara
  • Jared Cohen
  • Julia Evans
  • Sophia Fragoyannis
  • Kade Friedlander
  • Jack Geifman
  • Margaret Gilbert
  • Jacob Goldberg
  • Jonathan Goldberg
  • Coco Guo
  • Caroline Hamilton
  • Paggy Han
  • Liam Handel
  • Mingyang He
  • Elizabeth Holliday
  • Charlotte Helmig
  • Matthew Koff
  • Sarah Labovitz
  • Haiming Li
  • Teresa Li
  • Amanda Leder
  • Ian McDaniels
  • Andrea Moore
  • Joelle Moore
  • Arman Naseh
  • Taylor Netting
  • Tasmia Rahman
  • Sydney Rodman
  • Danielle Robinson
  • Zachary Schumacher
  • Ian Steren
  • Jack Steren
  • Frank Sha
  • Lea Tang
  • Chloe Urofsky
  • Joshua Warsaw


  • Caroline Andersen
  • Sloan Bernstein
  • William Dal Forno
  • KiAnna Dorsey
  • Tyler Hoel
  • Drew Walker
  • Gigi Wang


  • Aneesh Bellam
  • Eshan Alamdeen
  • Catherine Cheng
  • Ethan Copeland
  • Gianna DeHerrera
  • William Everett
  • Emma Golden
  • Robert Hays
  • Dean Katz
  • Lucille Low
  • Madison Norman
  • Alexander Rolinski
  • Samuel Sannieniola
  • Paris Sears
  • Zachary Senders
  • Lulu Sha
  • Aariah Ullah
  • Kisa Zormelo
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