Sadler Andrews, Class of 2014, was very excited to work at this year's Masters Tournament in Augusta. She is an Operations and Supply Chain student at the University of South Carolina.
Chase Brewster, Class of 2005, is getting married on August 6th in Philadelphia. He met his fiancé, Maura Godfrey, while they were both attending Lehigh University and studying engineering. Chase is now a computer engineer and Maura a mechanical engineer.
Alessia Cicuto, Class of 2017, was recently named to the Max Field Hockey top 50 players list. Alessia plays goal keeper for the Cary Academy team and for her club team, the Carolina All-Stars.
Cat Cobb, Class of 2008, worked with Becton Dickenson for her ISE Senior Design project. On Senior Design Day her team took home 2nd Place.
Alsey Davidson, Class of 2005, graduated from Harvard Business School in May.
Aditi Dholakia, Class of 2010, graduated with a Masters in Public Administration from Northeastern. She was also the recipient of the Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Community Impact Award! Next up, she will be an Education Program Manager at the Social Innovation Forum.
Emma Glosson, Class of 2010, graduated from George Washington University, summa cum laude, and was inducted into the Beta Gamma Honor Society. Emma will be relocating to NYC to work at Edelman, a PR firm, as an Assistant Account Executive in the Financial Communications and Capital Markets Division.
Owen Guard, Class of 2010, recently moved from Raleigh to Austin, Texas and started a new job with Airtable as a Growth Account Executive.
Renn Guard, Class of 2015, will be spending the next year in Korea. This gap year experience is part of the 2022-23 National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarship. The scholarship is awarded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is administered by American Councils for International Education. The full scholarship will allow Renn to take Korean language and culture classes in Seoul. Following her time abroad, Renn will attend UNC-CH.
Charlotte Hook, Class of 2015, will be attending Stanford this fall where she was recruited to swim.
Amanda Lamb, Alumni Parent to Chloe, Class of 2014, and Mallory, Class of 2012, just had her third book in the Maddie Arnette mystery series published earlier this summer.
Andrew Martin, Class of 2021, who attends West Millbrook Magnet Middle School was recognized by the North Carolina Poetry Society with the Joan Scott Environment Award for grades 5 - 9, for his poem, "Float".
Darien Miller, Class of 2016, was inducted into the National Honor Society and will be attending The National Student Leadership Conference at Georgetown University in July, where she will spend nine days studying International Diplomacy. Darien is a student at Raleigh Charter High School.
David Mills, former TRS student, was awarded the Faculty Cup by The St. Timothy's Middle School Academic Council.
Caleb Norfleet, Class of 2010, graduated from Harvey Mudd College with a 4.0 in electrical engineering in May 2021 and was named the best capstone project team leader. He is currently designing electric autonomous vehicles for Zoox, which is owned by Amazon.
Ethan Norfleet, Class of 2013, is a Computer Science major at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and has accepted an internship in London, U.K. for the summer.
Christina Polge, Class of 2015, was recognized by the North Carolina Poetry Society with the Sherry Pruitt Award for her poem entitled, "Goddess". Christina graduated from Cary Academy in May and will be attending UNC-CH this fall.
Hannah Sather, Class of 2007, celebrated her Oath & Hooding ceremony on May 6, 2022 and the following day graduated from NC State as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Hannah is joining the USDA as a Public Health Veterinarian and will be relocating to Dayton, VA.
Lyndon Wood, Class of 2012, spoke recently at the Wake Forest Black and Golden Globes athletics awards ceremony as SAAC president. She was selected to continue as President for the 2022-2023 year. Her fellow athletes voted her Female Most Likely to be President/CEO.