Distinguished Alumni Society 2021
One of the highlights of our year is when we get to honor a few of our alumni as they are inducted into the Distinguished Alumni Society. It is a night of celebration, reflection, and gratitude toward the Brookstone School community and the ties that bind us together.
The Distinguished Alumni Society Award honors those Brookstone Graduates who have made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations, and careers have honored the legacy of Brookstone. To be considered for the honor, recipients must be accomplished in both professional achievement and service to society. Their distinction should be reflective of Brookstone’s desire to build in its students the core values of loyalty, courage, wisdom, honor, service, respect, and leadership. The recipient will have attained prominence through his or her efforts in commerce, industry, technology, the professions, agriculture, the arts, athletics, education, government, military, or other worthy endeavors that form a record of accomplishment. Lastly, the recipient will exhibit integrity and will have demonstrated commitment to service through an interest in bettering the lives of others through volunteer efforts.
This year’s Distinguished Alumni Society Inductees for 2020 and 2021 are as follows:
Lauren Amos, Class of 1997, Foster Northrop, Class of 1981, Kyes Stevens, Class of 1991, Lulie Wallace, Class of 2005, and James Whitehurst, Class of 1985.
Congratulations to all of these inductees! Please take the time to read their bios below. They are an amazing group of individuals and we are so very proud of you!
*Edited to add* Lauren Amos was recently featured on the Today Show for her work! Congrats, Lauren!
Categories: Academics, Alumni, Faculty, Upper School
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