Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
The Class of 2018 graduated on June 9 at Regent University among their families, friends, and members of the StoneBridge faculty and community. This year's graduates will begin the next chapter of their lives prepared to meet this challenge with a Biblical worldview and a foundation rooted in Christ's truths. These men and women received an education that will encourage lifelong scholarship and skills that will enable them to confidently communicate ideas and principles.
The 11 graduates are all moving on to explore many different paths, attending a variety of colleges with majors ranging from Computer Science and Engineering to Education and the Arts. We wish all of our graduates a lifetime of God's blessings!
For a listing of the graduates' future plans, thesis topics, and intended majors, click here.
|StoneBridge 2017-18 End-of-Year Video
(credit: Hope Palmer)
Upper School Awards
The following awards were presented at the Commencement Ceremony, 8th Grade Graduation, and at the Upper School Awards Chapel:
Rosalie June Slater Writing Award
(for the most articulate and well-defended Senior Thesis)
Charles Parkerson - The Biblical Worldview of the National Debt
Honorable Mention: Lauren Elliott - Faith and the Space Race: A Biblical Worldview of Space Exploration
James Madison Statesman Award (12th Grade)
Lauren Elliott and Emmie Plumlee
George Washington Steward Award (11th Grade)
John Quincy Adams Servant Award (10th Grade)
Noah Webster Scholar Award (9th Grade)
Dean's Award (8th Grade)
Highest PEERS Test Score
for a StoneBridge Senior
(Testing Biblical Worldview thinking in areas of politics, economics, education, religion, and social values)
Lauren Elliott - received a perfect score!
For the 4th year in a row, StoneBridge seniors had the highest average PEERS test score in the nation!
Virginian-Pilot Scholastic Achievement Team
12th - Lauren Elliott (Team Captain)
11th - Farris Parkerson
10th - Liz Reese
Participated in two sports and maintained at least a 3.2 GPA.
Emmie Plumlee (12th) and Randy Bi (11th)