STRAFFORD, Pa. – Woodlynde School bid farewell to 20 seniors at its annual commencement ceremony on Friday, June 13 at Penn State Great Valley. With a 100 percent college acceptance rate, Woodlynde's class of 2014 received over $1.2 million in merit-based scholarships.
The 20 graduates were Luke Alonso, Emily Bank, Jordan Booth, Olivia Calabro, Amanda Cappelli, Patrick Daniel-Schnobrich, Megan Doll, Cassia Enright, Ryan Harvie , Ziere Jones, Chris Lumsden, Gaylen Martin, Patrick Nucci, Emily Power, Andrew Rosenberg, Lauren Sitarchuk, Scott Solodar, Charlie Tabas, Isabel Tirado-Barrett, and Kaelin Wilcher.
Graduates plan to attend a variety of colleges and universities in the fall, including American University, Emerson College, Lynn University, Penn State University - University Park, Susquehanna University, and University of the Arts.
Located in Strafford, Woodlynde School is one of the region's oldest college prep schools for students in grades K through 12 with language- or math-based learning differences, ADD/ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, or Executive Function Disorder. Woodlynde's students gain access to caring experts in education, thrive in a nurturing environment, benefit from specialized teaching methods, rise to the challenge of a college prep curriculum, and emerge with the tools and self-confidence for success and happiness in college, career, and life.