Spanish teacher Viviana Davila gives the Baccalaureate in the final year of her teaching at the School. She reflects on her time as a student at the School as well as on her teaching career, on how St...
Addressing the Class of 2018, retiring Head of Admissions Louisa Hemphill Zendt '78 reflects upon what drew her to return to St. Andrew's 21 years ago, and the enduring connection St. Andreans will experience throughout their lives.
In his Baccalaureate remarks, Boys Athletic Director Mike Hyde encourages the graduates to be thankful for and to thank their parents for their sacrifices in allowing their children's attendance at the School.
In discussing two childhood memories, Will Speers reflects on how memories "can bridge distance and absence." How the students here remind us of our uninhibited selves: "You inspire those in our 20’s and those in our 50’s to reconnect to our childh..
Speaking to the Class of '10, Assistant Director of Admissions Morgan Scoville, class of '00, advises the graduates to reflect on what the Chapel Program has given them over the course of their time at the School, and that "[s]pending time in this sp..
In this Commencement Chapel Talk, History teacher Wilson Everhart, class of '95, counsels the Class of 2009 to, "Move on...sort of." Advice to move on to "passionate engagement" in "whatever community awaits" is tempered by advice to retain close bo..
In discussing explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard's account of a 1914 trek to the South Pole in search of a penguin egg, VI Form Advisor John Austin urges the graduates to journey through life in a continuous search of knowledge: "[C]onceive of yourself, ..