Congratulations to Nathaniel Foster ’19 on being named a BlueShield 2019 Scholar. The BlueShield Scholar Program recognizes exceptional high school seniors who are pursuing higher education in the fields of health or human sciences and exemplify the values of teamwork, integrity, personal responsibility, passion, excellence, and respect.
On June 10, members of the Theatre Department were invited to perform at the Double H Ranch for Camp Inspiration.
On June 5, Kyle Shanno ’21 received the Lieutenant John Finn award. It was presented to Kyle by John’s wife, Maura and his daughter, Molly. The Lieutenant John Finn award is given to a person who demonstrates a high degree of positive impact in the community. Congratulations Kyle!
On May 31, CBA held the 156th Commencement Ceremony. As a class, our 88 seniors were awarded with an impressive $16.8 million in scholarship money.
On May 29, CBA held the annual Mother’s Review, a special tradition to honor graduating seniors and their families. During this ceremony, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, and special family members were invited onto the field to receive their son’s sword and officers hat as a token of appreciation.
On May 28, the annual Baccalaureate Mass was held at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany to honor our graduating seniors.
On May 27, the CBA Brigade, accompanied by middle school students, marched in Albany’s Memorial Day Parade. This tradition is in remembrance of those who gave their lives so that we can enjoy the freedom we have today.
The Music Department hosted the Spring Festival Concert on May 22 in the Ned McGraw Gymnasium. The concert featured performances by the Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Mallet Percussion Ensemble and Wind Ensemble, followed by a finale that featured the combined talents of all CBA musicians.
On May 21, CBA held its annual Officers’ Commissioning Ceremony. The Class of 2020 went through leader selection earlier this month and were measured in a number of different categories, ranging from GPA and merits to their ability to influence and train fellow classmates.
Drew Douglass ’19 was presented a Naval ROTC scholarship on May 17 by Lt. Kevin Northrup ’97 and OS1 Mel Gacuya.