RSF residents graduate from Bishop’s School

The Bishop’s School Class of 2009 included several residents from Rancho Santa Fe:

- Nicole Andonian, daughter of Cynthia and John Andonian, received a Stephanie Blankenship Award, given for all six years at Bishop’s on the honor roll was given to seniors who have established a remarkable school record. Earlier this year, Andonian was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. She will attend UCLA.

- James Bisbas, son of Dr. Anton and Meg Bisbas, received a Stephanie Blankenship Award. Earlier this year, Bisbas was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. He will attend UCSD.

- Alexis Bishop, daughter of Cynthia and Mark Bishop, will attend University of San Diego.

- Carly Bollert, daughter of Jennifer and Steve Bollert, received a Stephanie Blankenship Award. Bollert will attend UC Berkeley.

- Emory Carmel, son of Ann and Jeff Carmel, will attend Trinity College.

- Andrew Dominguez, son of Martha and David Dominguez, has graduated from The Bishop’s School.

- Christopher and Nicholas Eggemeyer, sons of Martha and John Eggemeyer, will attend Stanford University and the University of Denver, respectively.

- Morgan Alexandra Fallor, daughter of Dr. Martin and Melissa Fallor, received the Otto Mower Award at Commencement for being on the honor roll for four or five years at Bishop’s. Earlier this year, Fallor was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. She will attend Northwestern University.

- Haley Elizabeth Geier, daughter of Cathy and Brad Geier, a co-editor of the school’s yearbook, El Miradero, will attend Stanford University.

- Maximilian Asher Greenspan, son of Dr. Ron and Deborah Greenspan, will attend Colgate University.

- David Matthew Grotting, son of Kathy and John Grotting, graduated from The Bishop’s School.

- Trevor Timothy Gudim, son of Lissa and Tim Gudim, has graduated from The Bishop’s School.

- Caroline Pettigrew Ingalls, daughter of Kate and John Ingalls, will attend Savannah College of Art and Design.

- Michael P. Jensen, son of Dr. Teri and Tom Jensen, was co-recipient of the Sportsmanship Cup in recognition of being a senior athlete who best exhibits the qualities of sportsmanship, citizenship, responsibility, leadership and character while participating in interscholastic athletics. Jensen will attend Northwestern University.

- Jacob Kaiser, son of Nora and Alex Kaiser, will attend UC Santa Barbara.

- Jackson Kelly, son of Lisa and Michael Kelly, will attend Villanova University.

- Sarah Levin, daughter of Drs. Madeline and Arthur Levin, received the Loyalty Cup, the highest award given to a senior, which exemplifies the lofty ideals of the school such as moral integrity, spiritual sensitivity, academic excellence, and contribution to the community-at-large. She also received the Otto Mower Award for being on the honor roll for four or five years at Bishop’s. Earlier this year, Levin was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. She will attend Bowdoin College.

- Anne Noble, daughter of Karen and Rick Noble, will attend George Washington University.

- Zachary Samuel Ostrup, son of Drs. Richard Ostrup and Claudia Herd, will attend Bowdoin College.

- Emily Petree, daughter of Susan Toeniskoetter and Daniel Petree, received a Stephanie Blankenship Award. Earlier this year, Petree was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. She will attend Stanford University.

- Jesse Ramey, son of Valerie and Philip Ramey, will attend Boston College.

- Marjorie Roesser, daughter of Dr. Paul and Allison Roesser, was inducted into the Cum Laude Society earlier this year. Roesser will attend University of Southern California.

- Louise Roland, daughter of Dr. David and Kerry Roland, received a Stephanie Blankenship Award. Roland will attend Bates College.

- Steven Schoelen, son of Lisa Todd Schoelen, will attend University of Redlands.

- Trevor Sinclair, son of Candice Ridge and Lawrence Shannon, will attend University of Southern California.

- Julia Smith-Eppsteiner, daughter of Cathy Smith and Stuart Eppsteiner, will attend University of Michigan.

- Katherine Staunton, daughter of Anne and Richard Staunton, will attend University of Southern California.

- Anne Marie Williams, daughter of Susan and Michael Williams, will attend Wellesley College

- Lena Zawaideh, daughter of Dr. Emad and May Zawaideh, will attend UCLA.

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