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Underform Students Honored in Year-End Celebration

On Friday evening, Lawrenceville gathered to honor Second, Third, and Fourth Form students who have excelled in academic, athletics, the arts, community service, and character.

THE VISUAL ART DEPARTMENT PRIZE: Awarded for outstanding work by an Underformer. Presented to: Stephanie Maple Xu and Rania Shah.

THE PERFORMING ARTS PRIZE: Awarded for excellence as an Underformer in the Performing Arts. Presented to: Lily Lynn Hooge.

THE JOHN H. IMBRIE HUMANITIES/ENGLISH PRIZE: Awarded to a Second Former who achieves excellence in the study of English in Humanities. Presented to: Sabrina Haller Ottaway

THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT PRIZE FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE (Third Form): Presented to: Ava K. Hamilton

THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT PRIZE FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE (Fourth Form): Presented to: Rory Margaret Murphy

THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT PRIZE: This prize is awarded to the student who has shown excellence in the study of history. Presented to: Bhushan Mohanraj

THE JOHN H. IMBRIE HUMANITIES/CULTURAL STUDIES PRIZE: Given to a Second Former who has achieved excellence in the study of cultural history in Humanities. Presented to: Xizi Yao

THE RICHARD C. SMITH PHYSICS PRIZE:  Presented for excellence in the study of physics.  It is a gift from Owen C. Smith, Class of 1959, in honor of his brother. Presented to: Andrew Christian Noviello and Alexander Braden Noviello

THE LEVER F. STEWART PRIZE:  Awarded to that student who has achieved the most outstanding record in Biology while at Lawrenceville. Presented to: Satvik Dasariraju

MR. AND MRS. W.R. NIBLOCK AWARD:  For excellence in the study of chemistry. Presented to: Tristan Bryce Wan

THE JOHN T. O’NEIL III MATHEMATICS TEAM AWARD: Given to that member of the School Math Team who, in the opinion of the faculty advisor, best exemplifies the exceptional talent, commitment and achievement in mathematics competition that Mr. O’Neil showed while a student at Lawrenceville. Presented to: Su-Yeon Lee

THE MAPL/LAWRENCEVILLE SCHOOL ATHLETICS ALL-ACADEMIC TEAMS

Cross Country (MAPL): Benjamin Cavanagh, Satvik Dasariraju, Ria Patel, Ashley Wang

Field Hockey (MAPL): Lilly Gessner, Emma Kim

Football (Lawrenceville): George Northup

Soccer (MAPL): Kyle Park, Lindsay Lee

Girls’ Tennis (MAPL): Anushka Chintamaneni, Christabelle Sutter

Water Polo (Lawrenceville): Jack Patel, Maddy Laws

Basketball (MAPL): Ely Hahami, Jeb Williams

Fencing (Lawrenceville): Connor King, Ashley Wang

Squash (MAPL): Lindsay Lee, Debanshi Misra

Swimming & Diving (MAPL): Jack Patel, Maddy Laws

Indoor Track & Field (MAPL): Satvik Dasariraju, Kyle Park, Iris Wu

Wrestling (MAPL): Liam Dennehy, Lilly Gessner

Baseball (MAPL): Jackson Lee, Charles Rossman

Crew (MAPL): Grant Shueh, Maddy Laws, Christabelle Sutter

Girls’ Golf (MAPL): Amanda Park

Lacrosse (MAPL): George Northup, Robert Simone, Anna Gill, Rory Murphy

Softball (MAPL): Mia Bocian, Julia Chiang

Boys’ Tennis (MAPL): Jimmy Zhang

Outdoor Track & Field (MAPL): Satvik Dasariraju, Kyle Park, Iris Wu

THE LAWRENCE L. HLAVACEK BOWL: Awarded annually to a member of a Circle House and a Crescent House whose qualities of sportsmanship, enthusiasm, character, and generosity of spirit best embody the goals of intramural competition in Circle and Crescent House athletics. Presented to: Jacqueline Paley Courtney (Crescent/Kirby House) and George McCain (Circle/Griswold House)

THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER LEADERSHIP AWARD:  Presented by the West Point Society of New Jersey, this award recognizes exceptional high school juniors in New Jersey who demonstrate outstanding performance in areas of academics, athletics, community service, citizenship, and leadership. Presented to: Hampton Kharon Brandon Sanders

THE PETER W. DART PRIZE:  Awarded to a Fourth Former who demonstrates superior communication skills.  Presented to Kyle Kyungwon Park

THE CLASS OF ‘95 JOURNALISM AWARD:  For achieving a level of journalistic quality achieved by The Lawrence of 1995. Presented to: Autri Basu

THE BEVERLY WHITING ANDERSON PRIZE: For general excellence in character and scholarship to two members of the Second Form. This prize is in memory of Beverly Whiting Anderson ’28, who died while a student at Lawrenceville. Presented to Cira Grace Sar and Reed William Cloninger

THE MARCUS D. FRENCH MEMORIAL PRIZE: The Lower School’s highest award. It is presented each year to two students who, in the opinion of the Lower School Heads of House and of the Head of School, have best shown the integrity of high character and the modesty, fairness, and the courage of true sportsmanship. Presented to: Elijah Daniel Miller and Alexa J. Lewis

THE SMITH COLLEGE BOOK AWARD:  Presented to an outstanding junior who exemplifies the academic achievement, leadership qualities, and concern for others that characterize the thousands of women who have graduated from Smith College. Presented to: Madeleine Elizabeth Laws

THE BROWN UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD:   The Brown University Book Award is awarded to a Fourth Form student who exhibits excellent verbal and written communication skills. Presented to: Grant Shueh

THE RUTGERS UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD:  Presented to an outstanding student in the Fourth Form with a strong academic background, and a commitment to community service and leadership. Presented to: Kyle Kyungwon Park

WELLESLEY CLUB OF CENTRAL JERSEY:  Given to a Fourth Form student whose academic record and character are exceptional and who has also made significant personal contributions to their school and/or community. Presented to: Iris Wu

THE WILLIAMS COLLEGE BOOK AWARD:  Given to a student in the Fourth Form in the top five percent of the class who has demonstrated intellectual leadership and has made a significant contribution to the extracurricular life of the School. Presented to: Satvik Dasariraju

DARTMOUTH CLUB OF PRINCETON AWARD:  Given to a student in the Fourth Form in the top ten percent of the class who has demonstrated intellectual leadership and has made a positive contribution to the extracurricular life of the School. Presented to Alistair Lam

THE YALE CLUB BOOK AWARD:  Presented to an outstanding student at the end of their Fourth Form year who shows stellar personal character and intellectual promise. Presented to: Yewon Chang and George McCain

HARVARD CLUB OF BOSTON PRIZE BOOK AWARD:  Awarded to an outstanding member of the Fourth Form who combines excellence in scholarship with achievement in other fields and best exemplifies the traditional ideal of American citizenship. Presented to: Jack H. Patel

EGLIN SOCIETY: Pins are presented to selected Fourth Form students for unselfish, uncalculating service to Lawrenceville and to fellow students; for kindness and implemented instincts to help the young or weak; and for leadership, particularly as evidenced in acts of moral courage.

Presented to (Circle): Jack H. Patel, Eric Atlas Frankel, Bradley Barrett, Peyton Cosover, Kyle Kyungwon Park, Grant Shueh, Andrew Boanoh, and Victor Zhu

Presented to (Crescent): Lillian Gessner, Caroline Park, Lily Lynn Hooge, Barbara Odae, Anushka Chintamaneni, Jacqueline Paley Courtney, Michelle Egu, and Praachi Chakraborty

THE REUBEN T. AND CHARLOTTE BOYKIN CARLSON SCHOLARSHIP: Awarded to two Third Form boarding students who epitomize the traits of an exemplary Lawrentian. This award covers a portion of their tuition and expenses for their remaining two years at Lawrenceville. Presented to: Tran Tran

MARIO AWARD: The Mario Award is given to two students annually, one from the Crescent and one from the Circle. The recipient need not be a top scholar or a star athlete, but they make the House and its community-wide reputation a priority in the House, in the classroom, and on the playing field. The recipient is not only appreciative of, and appreciated by, Heads of House, but is also respectful of and respected by the Heads of House, Assistant Heads of House, and the House Team. The recipients demonstrate an understanding of House traditions and disciplines, dedicating time and energy to maintaining their integrity. At the same time, they provide a light-hearted and selfless spirit that unites Lawrentians in a way that helps define the Lawrenceville House experience. This award covers a significant amount of tuition for Fifth Form, includes a summer travel stipend, $2,000 for each recipient's House, and $1,000 for a House celebration. Presented to (Crescent): Barbara Odae (McClellan) and (Circle) Drew Davis (Cleve)

THE KATHERINE W. DRESDNER CUP: Awarded annually to the Crescent House which has the best record in both Crescent and School athletics. Presented to: Stephens House.

THE FORESMAN TROPHY: Awarded annually to the Circle House which has the best record in both Circle and School athletics. Presented to: Cleve House

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