In September, Moffly Media publishes their 'Top Teens to Watch' issue in Stamford, Greenwich, New Canaan/Darien, Fairfield, and Westport/Wilton Magazines. Students who live in each town are selected based on their outstanding achievements, intelligence, and passion. Congratulations to Biyeni Eusebio '21 and Jillian Hetherman '21 on their selection as Teens to Watch.
Congratulations to Biyeni Eusebio '21 and Jillian Hetherman '21 on their selection as Moffly Media Teens to Watch. Stamford Magazine reports, "When you catch a person of a certain age take a deep sigh and shake his or hear head while saying. "Teenagers today..." don't assume the worst. This person might be impressed. In this story, local students from private and public schools have earned amazing accomplishments. They reveal a range of interests, from soccer and dance to racial bias in the criminal justice system - and, in turn, they are establishing clubs, taking leadership positions and helping the most vulnerable in our community. Of course, they also get top grades in the most demanding academic courses. Truly, that head shaking is admiration, and that sigh is relief that our future is in their capable hands."
Biyeni: "The subject I enjoy the most would be English. I love the ability to learn how people communicated their passions, pain, and other emotions through literature both fictional and real. There is something so beautiful in the intentions and feelings behind every inconspicuous word." Read Biyeni's full interview here.
Jillian: "Initially what caught my eye about Lauralton was the combined history and beauty of the campus. When the sun hits its peak hour in the spring, the light floods through the stunned-glass windows of the chapel and drenches the room in a golden glow ... I am continually able to grow and thrive at Lauralton." Read Jillian's full interview here.