Recent Graduates

The Class of 2020

The class of 2020 began their last year with us in the usual High Mowing way. Then, of course, the world found itself in the midst of a pandemic. Students and faculty quickly adapted and began fully remote classes in March.

Although graduation this year was fully remote, the 35 students in the High Mowing Class of 2020 marked the beginning of the next chapter in their lives on May 30. With the college application process also affected by the pandemic and plans for the fall uncertain, many nevertheless plan to continue their education at an impressive list of colleges and universities, while several plan to take a gap year.
  • Malika Benarieb, of Massachusetts, plans to pursue a career as an entrepreneur.
  • Hallie Brown, of New Hampshire, will be attending Keene State College.
  • Francisco (Fran) Castillo, of the Dominican Republic, will be attending New England College.
  • Botao Chen, of China, will be attending the University of California, San Diego.
  • Davit Chinchaladze, of Tbilisi, Georgia, plans to attend college in the United States.
  • Chai Cotton, of New Hampshire, will be attending Washington College.
  • Katherine (Kate) Daugherty-Miller, of New Hampshire, will be  taking a gap year, then plans to attend the University of New Hampshire.
  • Duan Pu Duan, of China, plans to take a gap year before attending college.
  • Julian Duarte, of Colombia, will be attending New England College.
  • Santiago Duarte, of Colombia, will be attending New England College.
  • Alysha Flores, of New York, will be attending LIM College.
  • Sage Friedman, of California, will be taking a gap year before attending college.
  • Hazel Froling, of New Hampshire, will be attending Carnegie Mellon University.
  • Tarik Abdala Gomes, of Brazil, will be attending university in Brazil.
  • Ian Hallowell, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year, then plans to attend Bard College.
  • Tess Hunter, of Massachusetts, will be attending Oberlin College & Conservatory.
  • Stella (Al) Jaques, of New Hampshire, will be attending Columbia College Chicago.
  • Dian (David) Jiao, of China, will be attending the University of California, San Diego.
  • Jonnathon (Jonny) Kellar, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year, then plans to attend Naropa University.
  • Isbjorn (Iz) Kosta, of California, will be attending college in the fall.
  • Maitreya (Maya) Lake, of Oregon, will be taking a gap year, then plans to attend the State University of New York at Buffalo.
  • Benjamin (Ben) Ling, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year, then plan to attend Millersville University.
  • Sophie Masters, of New Hampshire, will be attending the Maine College of Art.
  • Abigail (Abby) McDonough, of New Hampshire, will be attending American University.
  • Antonio Mendez Saravia, of Guatemala, will be attending New England College.
  • Bilal Mihoubi, of Canada, will be attending the Academy of Art University.
  • Benjamin (Ben) Miron, of New Hampshire, will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • Tegan Murray, of New Hampshire, will be attending Colorado State College.
  • Stefano Ramazzini, of Guatemala, plans to attend college in the United States.
  • Zoe Rezsutek-Bush, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year.
  • Shira Sadeh, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year, then plans to attend Mount Holyoke College.
  • Gillian Seacole, of New Hampshire, will be attending the University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • Emily Rose Stringer, of New Hampshire, will be attending the College of the Atlantic.
  • SongLin (Ben) Wang, of China, will be attending New York University.
  • Isabella (Bella) Ziele, of New Hampshire, will be taking a gap year, then plans to attend North Bennet Street School.

Full 2020 Graduation Ceremony

Hint: Skip to minute 14:47 to begin watching the program.