By nature I am somebody who tends to color inside the lines, but Community School taught me to go beyond my comfort zone and become comfortable with thinking outside the box. In a more concrete sense, the focus at Community School on critical thinking and the humanities has made me both a better scientist and a better writer. Community School also helped me to be a more well-rounded person, which is important both on a personal level and in my interactions with patients.
Houston Johnson, (Seminar ’96; ESP ’00) is on the history faculty at Virginia Military Institute and has recently been promoted to full professor. In addition, beginning July 1, 2020 he will become the Head of the History department at VMI. He also authored the book, Taking Flight – The Foundations of American Commercial Aviation, 1919-1938. He and […]
Alumni in Focus — February/March 2019 Hannah Mulford What are you up to these days? Tell us about your accomplishments since leaving Community School. After graduating high school, I went to Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. I graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Media Arts and Technology with minors in Advertising & […]
Alumni in Focus — January 2019 Corrie Williamson What are you up to these days? Tell us about your accomplishments since leaving Community School. A lot has happened – it’s been a while! After high school, I earned my Bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia with a double major in Poetry and Archeology. I […]
Rain Yancey Hupman (Seminar class of 2003) holds the distinction of being the only CS student to participate in our Bolivian Exchange Program for 4 years. Her CS Spanish classes and exchange experiences led to a passion for the Spanish language that has influenced her perspectives and guided many of her life choices. “I went […]