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Student Standouts for September 14

Congratulations to this week’s student standouts below. Way to go RamNation! And as always, if you have a story to share, please email weeklynews@micds.org.

Upper School Student in Ruth Bader Ginsburg Documentary “RBG”

Bryce Berry `19 had the opportunity to meet Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during the Cultural Leadership program a couple summers ago. Well, this cameo ended up appearing in the recent Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary “RBG” – so it seems we have another “movie star” in our community. Bryce says “Over the summer of my sophomore year, we took a trip from New York City to Little Rock, Arkansas to visit places and meet people of civil rights importance. I was elated to see Justice Ginsburg on the itinerary because let’s face it, she is a Supreme Court Justice! Her intelligence and overall knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution was remarkable. It was an honor to have a cameo in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary, but the greatest honor was meeting Justice Ginsburg, learning from her and accepting her challenge to continue her great work in the community.”

Tennis Sportsmanship Award

Caleigh McClain ’19 is the recipient of the 2018 USTA St. Louis Award for Junior Sportsmanship in the G18 division.


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Boys Lacrosse Players Receive National Recognition

Congrats to Graham Bundy Jr. ’19 for being ranked the #1 pure midfielder and #14 overall prospect in the United States by Inside Lacrosse Magazine. Congrats to Thomas Niedringhaus ’19 for being ranked #74 overall prospect in the United States by Inside Lacrosse.