Ten Students Inducted into Cum Laude Society

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Ten students were inducted into Northwood School’s Cum Laude Society at School Meeting on Friday, May 10. They join four seniors who were inducted to the honor society last year. The Cum Laude Society is Northwood School’s highest academic honor.

Founded in 1906, the Cum Laude Society is dedicated to honoring scholastic achievement in secondary schools. The founders of the society modeled Cum Laude after Phi Beta Kappa and in the years since its founding, Cum Laude has grown to 382 chapters, mostly at Independent schools in the United States.

The 2019 class of the Cum Laude Society inducted on May 10 includes Jane Baumer ’19, Lanxin Lin ’19, Beth Fisher ’19, Alex van Schalkwyk ’19, Courtney Fairchild ’20, Zachary Ellsworth ’20, Aleksei Rutkovskii ’19, Rachel Rosner ’20, Erin Hooper ’20, and Rintaro Akasaka ’20. They were joined at the ceremony by Cum Laude Society members who were inducted in 2019: Isaac Newcomb ’19, Chelsea Smith ’19, Aiden Smith ’19, Joanna Rosenbluth ’19.

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