Walker's equestrians continue to compete throughout the summer, taking home several ribbons in top regional horse shows.
New graduates Maisie and Caroline Smith have always been inseparable. But just seeing them as "the twins" misses their uniqueness as individuals, and both Caroline and Maisie are grateful to their friends and teachers at Walker's who recognized them as separate people.
Chloe Miller '19 of Avon has been selected as the 2019 US Lacrosse Jackie Pitts award winner for the State of Connecticut for her lacrosse involvement and contributions to the game, school, and community.
A new generation of students walked across Walker's graduation stage in June ready to take on the world. Among them was Celeste Davis. The recent alumna is not your typical get-it-done student who saw her future only in books.
Kristen St. Louis '21 recently completed the spring Girls With Impact program. Girls With Impact, an after-school entrepreneurship academy, is offered to girls ages 14-17 where they have the opportunity to present venture capitalists with project ideas that they create.
When Xinyu "Hazel" Wang announced to her middle-school class of 80 that she was leaving for the United States, they were shocked. Kids from her small town of Zhengzhou, China just didn't study abroad like that.
When Isabelle Chen, a senior at The Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Conn., met Ann Bresnahan '69 during a science alumnae panel discussion at Bresnahan's 50-year high school reunion, the two knew that they shared a passion for science. But they had no idea that they also shared a special connection with The Jackson Laboratory (JAX).
For the second year in a row, Walker's was selected to participate in the Harvard University Alumni for Global Women's Empowerment annual essay competition.