On Tuesday, June 9, Southington students Lydia Gabacini and Sarah Tomasco were both honored for their academic accomplishments during the Mooreland Hill School’s 84th commencement ceremony on in Berlin. Both were graduates at the event.
Gambacini earned the school’s highest grade average in Latin, French, and English, and will attend Miss Porter’s School in Farmington next fall.
Tomasco received the Class of 1982 Spirit Award and the Math Award, and will attend Westover School in Middlebury.
“Lydia and Sarah worked extremely hard to meet our high academic standards, while participating in many extra-curricular activities and events,” said Nora Johnson, acting head of school, in a press release. “We know they are well prepared for the next step in their education and in their lives and we look forward to hearing about their future accomplishments.”
Founded in 1930, Mooreland Hill School is a coeducational, independent day school for Kindergarten through 9th grade students. The school’s mission is to engage in academic, physical, and social pursuits to prepare students for success at the secondary school level and in life.
The school builds moral character, a strong sense of community, and an understanding of the responsibility of citizenship through a rigorous curriculum, community service activities, and a strong parent-student-school partnership.
Mooreland Hill School is an accredited member of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and other academic organizations.