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Head of School, Catherine M. Sgroi announced the names of students who earned a place on the St. Margaret's School honor and merit rolls for the second trimester of the 2017-2018 academic year.
St. Margaret's was alive with activities last summer with the debut of its revamped Kids Camp program for boys and girls. "It was nonstop fun and the kids didn't want to leave," said Camp Director, Cynthia Walker. "We had so many good comments from parents and requests to do more, that we've expanded the program for 2017."
The Daingerfield Merit Scholarship provides funding to exceptional girls from around the region who apply to attend St. Margaret's School as day students during grades 8-10.
"We are so grateful to St. Margaret's for the Daingerfield scholarship," said Kia Ware. The Ware's daughter is a now a junior and has attended St. Margaret's since 9th grade "Not only is it a tremendous honor for us that the school faculty thinks so highly of our daughter's character and academic performance, but it gives parents much needed help with tuition and budgeting for their entire high school experience at SMS."
Two students who live in the Rappahannock River basin received the Daingerfield Merit Scholarship from St. Margaret's School. The scholarship provides funding to exceptional girls who are enrolled to attend as day students in the fall. The recipients, Grace Pierce, and Nancy (Nan) Garrett were chosen for their outstanding academic performance, strong character and citizenship and the potential for them to excel in all aspects of the school community.