8th Grade Service Awards
May Day May Queen
The May Queen is an 8th grader elected by faculty, staff, and middle school students who who most closely personifies the ideals of St. Anne’s. She also embodies the nature of someone who represents all students at St. Anne’s.
- 2018-2019: Abby Alem
- 2017-2018: Frances Middleton-Davis
- 2016-2017: Margaret Bird
John Comfort Award
Each year, the St. Anne’s Middle School faculty and staff select one student who they feel best represents the ideals and mission of St. Anne’s. A student, by definition, is still very much a work in progress, and this award in no way implies perfection. Instead, what it celebrates is the child who is hard working, even when there are struggles; who takes risks that encourage growth but that may also mean failure; and who has a love for academics, the arts, and athletics. Above all, this student has discovered that being a friend means being kind and understanding.
- 2018-2019: Eli Handler
- 2017-2018: Gracie McHugh
- 2016-2017: Kyle Nowak and Joseph Wall
Mother Irene Outreach Award
The Mother Irene Outreach Award is in recognition of students who give of their time and talent to the benefit of their community. It honors the 8th grade student who volunteers the most number of service hours during the school year.
- 2018-2019: Audrey Logan
- 2017-2018: Jeffrey Hughes
- 2016-2017: Isabelle Desjardins
Distinguished Alumni Award
The St. Anne's Episcopal School Alumni Board awards the "Distinguished Alumni Award" to alumni who have demonstrated by example in their lives the school's mission, "educating minds, enriching hearts, expanding horizons," and whose accomplishments and contributions embody the values, beliefs and vision of St. Anne's.
Congratulations to Martha Adams '82, the inaugural Distinguished Alumni Award Winner!
The next award will be during the 2021-2022 school year. Stay tuned from more information.