WMA News & Events
Malena was selected as a Project 351 Ambassador, which focuses on kindness, compassion, humility and gratitude.
Angela self-published "Thoughts," a collection of 27 poems.
Kyle scored a game-high nine points at the USA beat Estonia in the gold medal game of the 3x3 World Cup in Hungary.
Ava was invited to run at the Tommy Cochary High School Mile, which included some of the best high school runners in the state.
Harrison tried out for and was selected to the Ampthill RFC in England.
Kyle Filipowski ’22 announced his verbal commitment to Duke University Thursday morning. The commitment to the five-time NCAA men’s basketball champion was tweeted via ESPN, which has 37 million followers.
J.J. was selected to play in the Epoch Boys North American Showcase All-Star Game.
Gianna played on the U19 team in a pair of rugby games against DC Old Glory.
Liam Shea-Gallagher '24 and Dan DeNucci '22 were selected to the All-Western New England Prep Baseball League Second Team.
Angela’s poem “Snowflakes” was selected for publication by The Storm King School of New York.
Payton Klepacki ’22 earned All-New England Prep School Athletic Council recognition, while Grace Dineen ’21 and Charlotte Derose ’21 were named to the honorable mention list.
Luke took his lacrosse skills to the One Percent Showcase and Under Armour All-American Underclass Tournament.
Emma made the All-Championship team as Manhattan won the MAAC, which earned a spot in the College World Series for Jaspers.
The student-led WMA International Relations Association earned awards at all three of its competitions during the school year.
Ryan Cordeiro ’21 (first place), Jiwon Lee ’23 (third), Steven Holik ’22 (fourth) and Jake Girhiny ’22 (eighth) placed in the top 10 to earn postseason honors.
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