1st Guilford High School International Baccalaureate Core Presentation Night
Seniors and faculty participating in the first Guilford High School International Baccalaureate Core Presentation night included (from left, kneeling Mariam Kish, Allie Stankewich, Annabelle Wang, Natalia Perez, Mia Bloss, Holly Johnson, and Leo Westgard and (standing) world language teacher Aurora Kaneko, Assistant Principal and IB coordinator Julia Chaffe, Grace Beatty, Lily Ulrich, Mark McNamara, Noah Horton, Renee Sanacora, Elannah Devin, Caden Kozub, Oscar Scott, Arthur Dolimier, Ethan Corpuel, Finn Moore, Holden Culotta, John LaFrance, and social studies teacher Adrienne Dubuc. (Not pictured: senior Bailey Meyers) (Photo courtesy of Lorri Hahn )
On April 25, family and friends were invited to the first Guilford High School International Baccalaureate (IB) Core Presentation night to celebrate the work of the school’s 12th grade Diploma Program students and showcase their projects related to creativity, activity, service, extended essay, and theory of knowledge. Guilford High School began the 2017-’18 school year as an IB World School offering students an academically rigorous and balanced program of education that prepares them for the demands of university and life after high school in a rapidly evolving and increasingly global society.
Participating seniors included Grace Beatty, Mia Bloss, Ethan Corpuel, Holden Culotta, Elannah Devin, Arthur Dolimier, Noah Horton, Holly Johnson, Mariam Kish, Caden Kozub, John LaFrance, Mark McNamara, Finn Moore, Bailey Meyers, Natalia Perez, Renee Sanacora, Oscar Scott, Allie Stankewich, Lily Ulrich, Annabelle Wang, and Leo Westgard.