St. Anne's School of Annapolis

Alumna Service Continues with Chesapeake Bay

Anna is pictured above, far left, during her Fourth Grade Oyster Project. She is now in her junior year at Spalding.

Anna (St. Anne’s School 2015, Archbishop Spalding High School 2019)

St. Anne's School alumna Anna (Class of 2015) is continuing her passion of Chesapeake Bay stewardship and oyster gardening through an International Baccalaureate (IB) service project. Anna, a junior at Archbishop Spalding High School, is currently participating in the IB Diploma Programme. She is taking a full load of IB classes and is on track to complete her Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) project by the end of 2018. The purpose of the CAS project is to display the tangible effects humans have on their environments and our responsibility to take care of the earth. Anna’s CAS project is creating a photo essay and raising oysters she received from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) as part of the oyster gardening service initiative. As a young student at St. Anne’s School, Anna also showed a strong interest in caring for the Bay ecosystem, and as a Fourth Grader, she was a leader during the CBF oyster gardening service project and continued her interest of Bay stewardship by independently raising oysters and presenting her data at St. Anne’s School science expos. Anna is also a member of the National Honor Society, plays on the Spalding Ice Hockey team, and is a student producer for the Spalding theater productions. Anna is considering colleges all over the east coast, as well as colleges out of the country, especially in Nova Scotia, Canada and London, England. We wish Anna the best during her IB project work and continued efforts to support the health of the Chesapeake Bay!

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