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Six Upper School students, under the guidance of Director of Service Learning Sarah Kinder, were recently awarded $1,000 as the first-ever recipients of the Moulton Grant, administered through the National Coalition of Girls' Schools.
Gabrielle D'Arcangelo of Royersford was one of 36 student-athletes earning spots on the honor roll, while another 36 student-athletes received honorable mention.
The National Merit Scholarship program annually recognizes students who received the top 50,000 PSAT scores, out of the 1.5 million entrants.
Tuesday morning in Upper School assembly, students heard from a panel of four women who have run for office or held positions on political organizations and committees, as part of the Center for the Advancement of Girls' Women's Leadership Journeys speaker series.
Four Agnes Irwin lacrosse players received US Lacrosse All-American honors this spring, with three players receiving All-Academic Honors.
Alumna Courtney H. Leimkuhler '97 delivered the Commencement address, encouraging graduates to challenge their assumptions, remain bold and curious.
For two decades, Agnes Irwin's graduating seniors have celebrated their college destinations by gathering on the campus lawn for a college sweatshirt photo.
Following a second-place finish at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta just two weeks ago, Agnes Irwin's Junior Varsity 4x turned in another impressive performance and earned gold medals at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America National Championships Regatta, held May 27-28.
Agnes Irwin's crew team made its mark at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, with three of the seven boats advancing to semi-finals, and one winning silver.
The Lower School qualified to receive an official Roots & Shoots Certificate of Recognition, awarded only to the most active and influential Roots & Shoots groups around the world. The Lower School joined the Roots & Shoots network after a campus visit and lecture for the school community by Goodall in September.
Agnes Irwin recognized the achievements of dozens of Upper School math and language students at a special assembly on Monday, May 23, including three perfect scores on the National Latin Exam and a student who received a NLE award for top scores on four consecutive NLE exams.
Dozens of Middle School students were recognized in an awards assembly on Wednesday, May 18 for outstanding performances on national achievement examinations in Latin, Spanish and French as well as the Pennsylvania Mathematics League Contest.