Class of 2022 Senior Awards

Trinity Hall congratulates and recognizes the achievements of the senior class with the following awards:
 
Valedictorian
The class valedictorian is the senior with the highest weighted cumulative grade point average earned during four years of high school work while demonstrating a commitment to fulfilling the mission of 
Trinity Hall.
The Valedictorian is Caroline Cashman.
 
Salutatorian
The class salutatorian is the senior with the second highest weighted cumulative grade point average earned during four years of high school work while demonstrating a commitment to fulfilling the mission of Trinity Hall.
The Salutatorian is Sanan Gueyikian.
 
Cum Laude
The Trinity Hall Chapter of the Cum Laude Society recognizes superior academic achievement in our graduating class. As a member of the Cum Laude Society, Trinity Hall may induct the top 20% of the Senior Class.
 
Caroline Cashman
Anna Clements
Catherine Closkey
Kate Deane
Christina Donnelly
Haven Dora
Sanan Gueyikian
Kathleen Hegel
Annaliese Heidelberger
Emma Leibee
Lydia Lu
Dayra Mejia-Reyes
Haley Nelson
Kira Newbert
Sofia Paparella
Riley Raymond
 
Core Value Awards

Leadership Award
This award recognizes the student who, during her time at Trinity Hall, has empowered herself as well as her peers by consistently leading with confidence, humility, empathy, and integrity in both formal and informal ways through her influential words, deeds, and positive attitude. She pursues leadership as a method to better her environment and seeks to lift others up in order to work towards common goals.
The recipient of this award is Anna Clements.
 
Respect Award
This award recognizes the student who, during her time at Trinity Hall, has continuously demonstrated the utmost respect for her community through her sincere admiration of the diverse personalities and opinions of others, her mature and healthy self-worth, and her genuine regard for the talents and gifts God has granted all of us. She unfailingly identifies the dignity of others and honors the community with her attention on each individual.
The recipient of this award is Olivia Havens.
 
Perseverance Award
This award recognizes the student who, during her time at Trinity Hall, has faced challenges and, through her remarkable resilience, unwavering courage, and eternal optimism, has persevered to overcome those obstacles and achieve success. She realizes that success is earned through hard work and demonstrates the confidence in herself to continue even the most seemingly difficult tasks.
The recipient of this award is Lydia Lu.
 
Faith Award
This award recognizes the student who, during her time at Trinity Hall, has borne witness to her faith through her compassionate mercy, humble generosity, and morally just actions that have subtly but powerfully served as a daily reminder to all of us of our own commitment to be people of faith. Her choices reflect her confidence in a power beyond the reach of proof and her actions are influenced by her devotion to being a member of a faithful community.
The recipient of this award is Haley Nelson.
 
Scholar Athlete
This award is given to the senior who has excelled academically while also making significant contributions to the school’s athletic program during her time at Trinity Hall. As a student-athlete, she also exhibits outstanding leadership, sportsmanship and citizenship within her school and community.
The recipient of this award is Haven Dora.
 
Scholar Artist
This award is given to the senior who has excelled academically while also making significant contributions to the school’s arts program during her time at Trinity Hall. As a student-artist, she also exhibits outstanding leadership, integrity and citizenship within her school and community.
The recipient of this award is Faith Montagnino.
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