Class News & Reunions
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Congratulation to Cynthia Lo ’18
The Crofton House School Alumnae Award for Scholastic Achievement is awarded to the student with the highest academic standing over her last four years in high school. This year Cynthia Lo ‘18 was awarded the prize. She returned to campus this Spring to receive her award after finishing her first year exams at John Hopkins University.
Tick One Off the Bucket List
Congratulations to Joan (Lighthall) Dietrich ’85 for her successful run on Jeopardy! For all those alumnae who worked so hard on Reach for the Top this was a moment of validation. Now we all want to know what Alex Trebek is really like! #DorothyParker
Class of 2008 – Back to a Completed Campus!
We were delighted to welcome back members of the class of 2008 to campus for a festive reunion! Over 15 classmates came together to enjoy some wine and cheese and a tour of the new campus. Seeing the campus was particularly meaningful as they were the first graduating class to have experienced a campus under construction. Memories of classes in the portables were still fresh in their minds! A special thank you to Stephanie Han for all her help connecting with classmates.
Congratulations to Cindy Zhou ’18 for receiving the Governor General’s Academic Medal. This award has recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada since 1873. It is awarded to students graduating with the highest average from high schools across Canada. Cindy is now continuing her studies at UBC.
Congratulations to Sajida Shroff ’86 on her recent election as President of Harvard GlobalWE – a Shared Interest Group dedicated to the empowerment of women through education, dialogue and connection among individuals working for women's rights and freedoms worldwide.
CHS Authors: Our of the Fire
In Out of the Fire, author Jane Mortifee '71 tells the story of a quest for forgiveness and healing from the ravages of vengeance, bitterness and hate. With attention to detail, the author evokes everyday life in the village and reveals how pain and loss can be transformed through the power of tribal earth and mystical spirit connections.
CHS Authors: Warriors and Heroes
Congratulations Priscilla (Spankie) Stanbury ‘63 on her recent publication! Her new book Warriors and Heroes of a Different Kind: Battling Kidney Failure has been selected as an award finalist in the non-fiction category of The Canadian Book Club Awards, 2018.
Plan Your Reunion
Calling all classes ending in 0 and 9 – this is the year for your 5 or 10-year reunion! For more information on planning your reunion, including class lists, please contact the Alumnae Relations Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.