Dear friends,

May means graduations, and we have some accomplished students at St. Dunstan’s who are finishing up their high school and law school careers.

Alexander Changus will be graduating from the Westminster Schools where he performed in the band, wind ensemble, pit orchestra and symphony orchestra throughout his four years of high school. He also earned a position with the Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony where he currently serves as first chair oboe. At St. Dunstan’s, Alexander has participated in the youth and adult choirs as well as served as a soloist and acolyte. He volunteered with the Young Men’s Service League, serving local charitable organizations such as the Sandy Springs Mission. His other school activities included cross country, track and field, academic quiz team and film club. He will be attending the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California, where he plans to double major in oboe performance and pre-med.  

Sean Robertson graduates from Roswell High School, where he was the school’s STAR Student for the year (meaning he had the highest SAT scores). Sean was a National Merit Finalist. He was selected for All State Chorus throughout middle and high school. He was active in theater and ran cross country. Sean won the Excellence in Technology Scholarship and the Director’s Award in Chorus. At St. Dunstan’s Sean has been an acolyte, has sung with the children, youth, and adult choirs, and played the piano. He will be attending the University of Alabama, where he received a full scholarship to study computer science.

Emma Hancock graduated last weekend from Colorado University Boulder Law School. She was class president. Much to the delight of her classmates and deans, Emma secured Stacey Abrams as the commencement speaker. Emma will take the bar exam in July and exit the world of academia and begin the search for a “real” job.

Grace Hauser will be graduating this month with a Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law and a Master’s in Global Governance Studies from Sciences Po, Paris (which she attended remotely this year).  At UVA and Sciences Po, Grace was a research assistant for three professors, a member of the Virginia Law Review editorial board, an event coordinator for Virginia Law Women, and on the Jessup International Moot Court team. Grace is living in Brooklyn, NY and will be working in the International Arbitration group at Cleary, Gottlieb in NY this fall.

Congratulations to all our graduates!

And here is the link to the SignUp Genius for church this Sunday.

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