Class of 2021 Honors

ESA's 53 seniors are accepted to 124 college and university programs and have been awarded over $8.6 million in merit aid, not including TOPS. They received their diplomas on Saturday, May 29th, in a beautiful ceremony under the oaks in Cade. Congratulations, Class of 2021!


Commencement Honors
 
Seniors who attended ESA every year since PK3:

Tate Broussard
Arden Frantzen
Christian Herpin
Amelie Huval
Aline Malek
Josie Movassaghi

 
Legacy Graduates 
 
Hayden Boagni, son of Kenny Boagni ’91
Tate Broussard, son of Angie Delcambre Broussard ’90
Arden Frantzen, daughter of Kohlie Frantzen ’87
Josie Movassaghi, daughter of Eric Movassaghi ’91
 
 
Senior Academic and Special Awards
 
Honor Roll
Peyton Bourgeois
Lance Stowers
 
Headmaster’s List

 
 
Ava Allam
Charlie Blanchard
Hayden Boagni
Edie Bollich
Matthew Bush
Emma Cascio
Sam Castille
Emme Clement
Makenna Cullen
Nick Disher
Claire Dolan
Kathryn Dressell
Corbitt Driskell
Ben Eble
Jae Fabre
Moiz Fazal-ur-Rahman
Arden Frantzen
Lauren Gachassin
Addison Gibbs
Estelle Godeaux
Kyla Greenstein
Ava-Grace Hebert
Christian Herpin
Peter Kaiser
Jaya Kasturi
Nic LaGraize
Mai Landry
Luke LeGoullon
Aline Malek
Madyson McBroom
Bridger McCasland
Josie Movassaghi
Maudry Anne Nichols
Lily Pillaro
Brooks Prejean
Thomas Rhymes
Matthew Romig
Adam Sabbaghian
Maggie Shuffler
Malaika Subramanian
Grant Suire
Haley Waddell
Ian Waskom
Kinsley Welch
 
Seal of Biliteracy
 
The Class of 2021 is the first at ESA to have members receive the Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma. “The Seal of Biliteracy promotes linguistic proficiency and cultural literacy in one or more languages in addition to English and provides recognition of the attainment of these skills.”
 
Ava Allam
Jae Fabre
Aline Malek
Maggie Shuffler
 
National Honor Society
 
Ava Allam
Hayden Boagni
Matthew Bush
Emma Cascio
Emme Clement
Claire Dolan
Corbitt Driskell
Jae Fabre
Moiz Fazal-ur-Rehman
Arden Frantzen
Lauren Gachassin
Estelle Godeaux
Kyla Greenstein
Christian Herpin
Peter Kaiser
Jaya Kasturi
Mai Landry
Luke LeGoullon
Aline Malek
Madyson McBroom
Bridger McCasland
Brooks Prejean
Thomas Rhymes
Matthew Romig
Maggie Shuffler
Malaika Subramanian
Grant Suire
Haley Waddell
Ian Waskom
Kinsley Welch
 

 
Cum Laude Society
 
A student must have at least a 4.00 cumulative GPA to be considered for induction and membership cannot exceed 20% of a graduating class. These students are graduating with highest academic honors.
 
Ava Allam
Hayden Boagni
Emme Clement
Jae Fabre
Arden Frantzen
Christian Herpin
Luke LeGoullon
Aline Malek
Maggie Shuffler
Grant Suire
 
National Merit Scholarship Program
 
Commended Students: Matthew Bush and Corbitt Driskell
 
National Merit Semi-Finalists: Ava Allam, Arden Frantzen, and Luke LeGoullon
 
 
DAR Award
The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award is to be presented each fall to an exceptional member of the Senior Class who demonstrates the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism throughout his or her education in the Upper School.
 
Lauren Elizabeth Gachassin
 
 
Shriner’s Patriotism Award
 
Each year the American Patriotism Award is presented to a young man and a young woman who exhibit the highest level of loyalty to ESA and who, at all times, conduct themselves in a manner that reflects the outstanding qualities of good citizenship, love for God and for fellow man, and love for freedom and for our country. Winners of the Patriotism Award are chosen by a vote of the faculty.
 
Mai Landry and Tate Broussard
 
 
Bishop and Mrs. Henton Award
 
The Bishop and Mrs. Henton Award is presented at graduation to a member of the senior class who exemplifies the fundamental virtues of care, love, and service to the ESA family and the greater community as did the Bishop and Mrs. Henton.
 
Estelle Godeaux
 
 
Faculty Award
 
A Faculty Award is given to a student in the graduating class whose accomplishments and impact on our school are so outstanding that they warrant special recognition.
 
Arden Frantzen
 

 
 
Tom Olverson Award
 
The Tom Olverson Award is awarded at commencement to a member of the graduating class by a vote of the faculty. Named for Thomas P. Olverson, the first Assistant Headmaster of ESA, the award is given to a student who has a strong commitment to academics. This specifically does not mean a student who excels in achievement by being on the Honor Roll or Headmaster’s List consistently. Rather, the award recognizes a student who works hard at taking advantage of the opportunity available at ESA and makes an awardable effort. 
 
Corbitt Driskell and Matthew Bush
 
 
The Bishop’s Medal
 
At commencement each year, Episcopal School of Acadiana recognizes the graduating senior with the highest cumulative GPA with the Bishop’s Medal.
 
Arden Frantzen and Luke LeGoullon
 
 
Headmaster’s Award
 
The Headmaster’s Award is given to a student who has made an outstanding contribution to the school; who takes responsibility for the community or some aspect of community life; and who voluntarily, with care and concern, gives consistently, effectively and positively to help build the community.  The closest synonym is probably leadership. The award also includes the criterion of strong academic leadership.
 
Aline Malek
 
 
Trustee Award
 
The Trustee Award was created to recognize exemplary service to the ESA community.
 
ESA Nurses Christie Kane and Laura Magann


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