Congratulations to the members of St. John’s who are graduating from high school. We are thankful for these young people and for their liveliness, energy, and dedication to the parish community. Our thoughts and prayers follow them as they continue their life’s journey.
Philip “Hugh” Agnew
Philip recently graduated from Commonwealth Academy in Alexandria, Virginia. He was baptized and confirmed at St. John’s. He has been involved in many activities including serving as an Acolyte, Junior Usher, contributing to Sandwich Sundays and he has participated in annual Christmas Eve pageants. He has enjoyed the opportunity to serve St. John’s Church. Philip will be attending Randolph-Macon College in the fall.
Audrey is graduating from Langley High School where, besides her studies, she played soccer and participated in the orchestra. She will attend Old Dominion University where she plans to study nursing and join the Army ROTC program. At St. John’s, Audrey enjoyed serving as an acolyte and reader.
Thea will graduate from the Washington Waldorf School in early June. She will be attending Adelphi University in Long Island, NY this upcoming fall, where she will be majoring in Art and Design Education. Throughout her childhood at St. John’s, Thea served as an acolyte, participated in the annual Christmas pageant, and joined the Flower Guild when she was in fifth grade. As a sophomore in high school, Thea joined the Parish Choir, and spent two weeks in the Holy Land with a group of fellow parishioners. Despite the pandemic, as well as long Zoom school days, Thea continued her loyal service in the Parish Choir by participating in the virtual choir offerings.
Bio to come.
My name is Dustin and I recently graduated from Bishop Ireton High School. Throughout my four years I focused hard on my academics and committed myself to playing tennis. I will continue my studies in sport business at New York University next year and build off of my High School achievements.
Bio to come.
Isabel will graduate from the Potomac School and plans to attend the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She was christened and confirmed at St. John’s, where she enjoyed serving as an acolyte and chalice bearer. In the annual Christmas Pageant, she played many roles, including an angel and a wild beast. She says one of the highlights of her time at St. Johns was serving as Mary in the pageant, although she was afraid the Joseph she shared the stage with was going to drop the baby Jesus!