Meet Our Alumni
Grace Wolfe '15
(St. Agnes Academy ’19, The Citadel ’23) attends The Citadel and will graduate as an officer in the United States Army in 2023. In March, she was named to a leadership position and will be one of the top leaders in the South Carolina Corps of Cadets during the 2022-23 academic year.
Owen Holt '13
(Lamar High School ’17, Harvard University ’22) was recently drafted in the MLB amatuer draft by the Cincinnati Reds.
Jeffrey Scales '15
(Bellaire High School ’19, Purdue University ’23) is a junior studying in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Purdue. He has served on the Black Tie Committee for three years. Freshman year he served as a volunteer, sophomore year he served as head pastry chef, and junior year he served as the assistant culinary director.
Cooper Murray '18
(St. Thomas High School ’22) was the recipient of the Rev. Albert R. Gaelens, CSB Award, given to the senior student who best embodies the St. Thomas High School motto of Teach Me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge.
Elizabeth Berquist '13
(St. Agnes Academy ’17, Indiana University ’21) is a lab coordinator for a neuroscience lab at Indiana University, which focuses on how the brain changes as a result of learning through neuroimaging techniques. Elizabeth helps coordinate the research assistants, participants, and MRI facility.
Lydia Berckley '19
(Episcopal High School ’23) is a junior at Episcopal High School and involved in the performing arts. Last spring, she was named a finalist in the National Hal Leonard Early Teens Musical Theatre Vocal Competition (selected from 1,700 singers) as well as a semifinalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Musical Theatre Auditions. She was also recently cast as the lead role in the TUTS production of Into the Woods at the Hobby Center.
We have high school counselors available to help navigate the high school admissions process from beginning to end to ensure a good high school fit for each student.
Graduates of Presbyterian School have a carefully developed foundation of core values when they leave us and they emerge ready for so much more than just high school; they are ready for life!
Our students display growth mindsets, focusing on dedication and hard work, which create a lifelong love of learning. Their passion and resilience have opened many a door for our graduates in high school.
The foundation of a PS education is priceless. Students have taken what they learned at Presbyterian and are pursuing their passions, expanding their learning, and uncovering new horizons.
Our graduates are prepared and not afraid to go out into the world to engage themselves comfortably in communities and their many forms. Each year, students eagerly apply and are accepted to boarding schools around the nation.