GPA’s newest graduates will be attending some of the finest secondary schools in the country, including Salisbury School, Mercersburg Academy, Renaissance, University Liggett, Cranbrook, Mercy and UD Jesuit.
The Grosse Pointe Academy graduated the Class of 2107 tonight in a ceremony steeped in decades of tradition. It also was a special evening that reflected a real sense of excitement that these young men and women no doubt are feeling about the future that lies ahead.
Without question, this year’s talented class of 19 students, who will be attending some of the finest high schools in the country — including Salisbury School, Mercersburg Academy, Renaissance, University Liggett, Cranbrook, Mercy and UD Jesuit — are leaving 171 Lake Shore Road and heading to that future with an advantage — an advantage that comes from experiencing at least eight years of the best “uncommon” education available in Michigan.
Congratulations to The Grosse Pointe Academy’s Class of 2017:
Gordon Acheson, Elizabeth Becker, Alexandria Belyue, Christian Buhl, Alessandro Cavataio, Emmanuelle Cubba, Margaret Demkowicz, Prosperity Dickerson, Jack Fauster, Kaitlyn Gray, Julia Hartnett, Christian Hopkins, Angel Jones, Alexander Kelly, Elizabeth Kendrick, Courtney Mecke, May Savage, Thomas Smith and Christina Thomas.
The Grosse Pointe Academy is an independent, coeducational day school serving children age 2-1/2 through Grade 8. We foster an inclusive environment that respects all cultures and religious beliefs. We seek to remain faithful to our heritage as a former Academy of the Sacred Heart and to those who through their Catholic faith and perseverance sought to preserve and enhance the legacy of this past for generations. Incorporated as a non-profit institution, The Grosse Pointe Academy is directed by a Board of Trustees working together to serve the Southeastern Michigan community.