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Winsor students receive recognition for their work both inside and outside of the classroom, annually.
 
We challenge our students to lead lives of purpose as responsible, generous-minded people and we are so proud of their work.

 
2022–2023

Academic

CAROLINE BAE '24
Ranked the top US Speaker, first place in the persuasive speaking category in the finals qualifies to compete in the World Finals in March in Durban South Africa

NIKA BIGELOW '25
Qualifies to compete at the 2023 World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Competition in Durban, South Africa in March

ALLISON CHAN '23
Society for Science selects 300 scholars through the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. The Regeneron Science Talent Search provides students a national stage to present original research and celebrates the hard work and novel discoveries of young scientists who are bringing a fresh perspective to significant global challenges. The 300 scholars and their schools will be awarded $2,000 each.

ANISSA PATEL '23
The Robert W. Woodruff Scholarship is awarded each year and is renewable for up to a total of eight regular academic semesters (fall and spring) of undergraduate study at Emory College of Arts and Sciences. The scholarship includes full tuition, fees, and on-campus room and meals.

RAINA SOHUR '23
Morehead-Cain four-year, fully funded educational experience for exceptional student leaders at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Athletic

CAROLINE EIELSON '24
January 4–8, 2023
Finishes 6th out of 64 athletes in the U17 British Junior Squash Open.


JUDY LIU '29
January 4–8, 2023
Finishes 11th out of 48 players in the U13 British Junior Squash Open
 
 

Arts

CHLOE WANG '28
Won first place and received a gold medal at the 2022 World Ballet Competition (WBC) as well as the WBC x So Dança Ambassador Award.

REMY KIM '25
KELLY YUN '26

The Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) hosts yearly District and All-State festivals for classical music students. Two Upper School students, Remy Kim '25 and Kelly Yun '26, were selected to participate in the All-State Festival which culminated in a concert at Boston's Symphony Hall.





 
 
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