Locals graduate from Bishop’s School

The Bishop’s School recognized local graduates during its Awards and Commencement ceremonies on May 22. The following local residents graduated:

- Elizabeth Alexander, daughter of Lisa and George Alexander, will attend UC Berkeley.
- Vikram Bhoyrul, son of Dr. Sunil and Indu Bhoyrul, will attend Boston University.
- Noël Elgamal, daughter of Dr. Ahmed and Helen Elgamal, will attend New York University.
- Carly Kellogg Guiducci, daughter of Cheryl and Jeff Smith, will attend Connecticut College.
- Christian Jackson Hinshaw, son of Jean and Parker Hinshaw, will attend University of Oregon.
- Elizabeth Hooton, daughter of Michelle and Claude Hooton, will attend University of Pennsylvania.
- Stefanie Morgan, daughter of Carolynn Morgan, will attend George Washington University.
- Cassandra Rodriguez, daughter of Richard Rodriguez, will attend Boston University.
- Hannah Seo, daughter of Ann and John Seo, was inducted into the Cum Laude Society earlier this year. Seo will attend UC Berkeley.
- Cade Sears, son of Candace and Cody Sears, will attend University of Southern California.
- Henry Su, son of Dr. John and Genia Su, was inducted into the Cum Laude Society earlier this year. Su will attend Williams College.
- William Tifft, son of Julie and Bill Tifft, will attend Princeton University.

For information about The Bishop’s School, visit www.bishops.com.

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