Student Standouts for September 25

Student Standouts: Ji ’21, Brooks ’26, Wright ’25

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

Senior Makes USA Swimming Scholastic All American Team...Twice!

For the second year in a row, Eric Ji ’21 has been named to the USA Swimming Scholastic All American Team! Ram Nation is so proud! Click here to learn about the requirements of this incredible honor. Eric was also highlighted by STL Today as one of five male swimmers to watch.

Maddy and Miss Delilah Stride to Victory

On September 10, Maddy Brooks ’26 competed in the $1500 Hunter Derby at the St. Louis Charity Horse Show at the National Equestrian Center and came away as the champion!  The Derby consists of competing in two classes. There were 38 total participants with the top 12 riders based on score invited back to compete in the second class. The highest combined score from the two classes is declared the champion. Maddy, one of the youngest competitors, received scores of 80.5 and 81, respectively, on her two rides. Congratulations to Maddy and her horse named Miss Delilah!

Eighth Grader Creates Little Free Library at City Museum

Norah Wright ’25 recently completed a Little Free Library as part of earning her Silver Award, the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can achieve. She has been part of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri since kindergarten and is a member of MICDS Troop 1938 under the guidance of Terese Portell.

Norah and her dad installed her Little Free Library at the City Museum on September 21. Way to go, Norah!