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  • Class of 2020: Michael Russo

    by Mrs. Leigh Anne Clay, Upper School Journalism and Middle School English
    Even before he walked into my Journalism class at the beginning of his junior year, Michael Russo had an impressive reputation as an exceptional student, an accomplished musician, a talented writer, and a compassionate friend.  Since then, I have watched in awe as he has added countless experiences to his long list of accomplishments: peer leader, yearbook editor, newspaper editor, actor, performer, student director, and public speaker.  As a CHC legend, he has such fond memories of Lower School, especially Ms. Lechler’s 3rd grade class and Mrs. Thornton’s 5th grade class. Throughout Middle and Upper School, Michael has taken advantage of every opportunity afforded to him - creating even more along his journey. I am simply amazed how he finds the time to practice and perform with the Bay Youth Orchestra, participate in school musical performances and drama productions, all while maintaining a 4.0+ GPA with all advanced and AP classes. 
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  • Class of 2020: Robbie Escalara

    by Ms. Raven Baytops, College Counseling
    Robert "Robbie" Escalera joined Cape Henry this past year for his senior year. While others may struggle to join a new environment where people have known each other for the last four years, Robbie quickly assimilated into our community. His proactive and positive attitude helped him connect with teachers, peers, and create a memorable final year of high school. While looking toward his next chapter, Robbie's advice to his brothers is to get out of their comfort zone early in high school by trying new sports or clubs and don't hold back.
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  • Class of 2020: Aleezah Adams

    by Mrs. Janine Mobley-Burke, Upper School English
    Cape Henry Collegiate has legends. Students who have spent their entire academic careers as Dolphins. Aleezah Adams is not a legend. However, since arriving at CHC at the start of her Junior year, Aleezah has been able to embed herself in the fabric of this community so effortlessly, you’d think she’s been here her whole life.
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  • Class of 2020: Milena Pulley

    by Mrs. Janine Mobley-Burke, Upper School English
    Fun Fact #1. Dolphins swim in pods. “[They] are social mammals that interact with one another, swim together, protect each other, and hunt for food as a team. Most pods contain anywhere from 2 – 30 dolphins depending on the species and the situation, however there are occasions when pods gather with other pods to form superpods of 100 or even several thousand dolphins!”
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  • Class of 2020: Grayson Barnes

    by Mr. Jonathan Torch, Upper School Mathematics/Engineering
    Grayson Barnes, class of 2020 CHC graduate, will be attending JMU this fall. Grayson was also accepted to The George Washington University, Fordham University, and The University of Miami. However, given our current pandemic situation and also being undecided on a specific university, Grayson has decided to attend college one year in-state at JMU and afterwards to reconsider his college choice. Grayson is looking forward to assuming the responsibilities that come with being a university student. He is excited to take on new challenges, while balancing his personal interest in classical piano. As an educator, it amazes me to see such mature decisions and great role models coming from our youth.
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  • Class of 2020: Rachel Moore

    by Mrs. Brooke Hummel, Assistant Head of School
    Kindness counts. Turn on the television or scroll through social media feeds and you are likely to feel overwhelmed by the uncertainty and negativity that seems to be coming from every direction. In a time when we are all seeking a little positivity, there is no need to look further than Rachel Moore.
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  • Class of 2020: Kevin Jiang

    by Mr. Jonathan Torch, Upper School Mathematics/Engineering
    Kevin Jiang has worked hard at CHC for the past five years and has gained acceptance into George Mason University! He will be attending classes this fall to start off his college career and he is looking forward to meeting new people, expanding his horizons, and becoming more independent.
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  • Class of 2020: Reiley Beers

    by Mrs. Brooke Hummel, Assistant Head of School
    There are superheroes amongst us. They don’t necessarily wear capes or have secret identities. They don’t have fancy costumes or even x-ray vision. Instead, they quietly go about making the world a better place.
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  • Class of 2020: Yezi Liu

    by Ms. Ling Xie, Chief Financial Officer
    Gaokao is China’s National College Entrance Examination and can often make or break a student’s chance at getting in to a Chinese university. This is also one of the main reasons why Yezi (Liz) Liu chose to study aboard and arrived in her sophomore year at Cape Henry Collegiate from China. She wanted to explore the option of “test-flexible policies” instead of relying heavily on a score from one exam as well as to become a better-rounded student.
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  • Class of 2020: Addison Cox

    by Mr. Greg Angilly, Director of Student Life
    It’s so hard to say goodbye -

    I’m incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to work with nearly every Middle and Upper School student and I truly consider myself blessed to have met and cultivated relationships with hundreds of Cape Henry students. I’m also blessed to have 2 students of my own at Cape Henry. Occasionally, worlds collide and the in school relationship forge with your own children's experiences. This is the case with Ms. Addison Cox and the Angilly family. While I am thrilled to be able to write this profile, I do so with a heavy heart knowing Ms. Addie is no longer in our hallways and classrooms and will not be a daily dose of sunshine for my son and daughter.
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