Twenty-seven amazing and wonderful High Mowing students graduated on Saturday and will begin their next adventures. Following the High Mowing tradition, their future plans are as diverse as they are themselves. Take a look:
Sayee Bernstein will attend Smith College in Massachusetts where she will pursue her varied interests in liberal arts and sciences. Sayee is interested in exploring many areas: anthropology, art history, engineering, neurology or cognitive sciences, sociology, nutrition, business/economics, and dance.
Madeleine Blansfield will attend Reed College in Oregon where she plans to pursue studies in writing, science, anthropology, and photography.
Thomas Buchanan will attend College of the Atlantic in Maine where he will pursue an interest in wildlife biology.
Jack Budd will attend the College of the Atlantic in Maine where he is interested in pursuing literature, writing and philosophy.
John de Rochambeau will attend Johnson & Wales University in Denver, Colorado in the spring of 2016, majoring in Baking and Pastry. His gap semester will be spent in Europe working in a vineyard and interning with a French bakery.
Isabell Dillon will attend Lesley University in Massachusetts where she is interested in pursuing studies in counseling therapy, and the human body.
Elise Drapeau will attend Sarah Lawrence College in New York in the fall of 2016, majoring in biology/pre-med. She plans to live and work as an au pair in France, returning home to take college courses and participate in a herbal apprenticeship during her gap year.
Jeremiah Dude will attend Dean College in Massachusetts, pursuing liberal studies and exploring business.
Luna Eaton-Sharon will attend Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana majoring in architecture.
Cole Eby will attend Bishop’s University in Canada where he is interested in exploring Spanish, health and psychology.
Jeremy Elder will attend the University of Colorado at Boulder in the fall of 2016 pursuing interests in entrepreneurship, accounting, and something involving nature and the outdoors. During his gap year he plans to work on farms in New Zealand, Germany, Iceland, and possibly Ecuador as well as hiking and backpacking on the Canadian side of Lake Superior. During the gap year he hopes to do freelance photography for blogs/magazines, work on a boat and do his part to make this a better world.
Alexandrea Farquhar will attend the College of the Atlantic in Maine where she will pursue her interest in wildlife ecology.
Philine Fechtner will return to Germany where she plans to gain job experiences through internships and apprentice with a real estate agent.
Grant Fishman will attend Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts where he is majoring in PPE (politics, philosophy and economics).
Ulrike Fuell will attend Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, majoring in Interior Design.
Owen Kennedy will attend the Culinary Institute of America in New York, majoring in Culinary Management.
Jacob Kydd will attend Wheaton College in Massachusetts, exploring his interest in engineering and liberal studies.
Leah Yi will attend Washington State University, pursuing business and human resources management.
Aubrey Meunier will attend the College of Atlantic in Maine where she is interested in pursuing studies in pyschology and global education for women’s reproductive health.
Elliot Prophet will attend Santa Monica College in Los Angeles, California, where he will pursue liberal studies and art.
Leo Quick will take a gap year, then attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he will major in Mechanical Engineering.
Justus Schlaefereit plans to apprentice with the German or Swiss Forest Service following a gap year where he plans to hike and travel.
Jeffrey Searls will attend Kenyon College in Ohio, pursuing interests in liberal studies and the humanities.
Carter Shangguan will attend Rochester Institute of Technology in New York where he will major in Mechanical Engineering.
Claire Spencer will attend American University majoring in CLEG (communications, legal institutions, economics and government).
Caroline Spittel will attend Oberlin College in Ohio, where she is interested in pursuing studies in sociology, education studies, and global studies.
Youli Yin will attend Rutgers University in New Jersey, majoring in Design Art.