Student Success

The Mid-state Qualifier Meet on Halloween morning brought new personal best times to six of the seven Timberwolves on the Boys’ Cross Country team, and the 7th runner qualified for the State Meet with his best time of the season. Johnny Clemens covered the 5K course at Sandhill in 16:41 and finished 9th overall. Next across the line were seniors Heath Johnson (18:19, 64th) and Chapel Rice (18:25, 67th), followed by Caleb Shealy (19:02, 86th). Isaac Nusbaum (19:17, 98th) rounded out the scoring for White Knoll, with Kris Covington (19:38, 106th) and Nick Schirato (20:02, 111th) completing the roster. Johnson improved his time by 1:29 over last year’s meet, and Shealy is ranked in the top 20 for all 7th graders in the state. The boys finished 13th in the team competition.

The Mid-state Qualifier Meet on Halloween morning brought new personal best times to WKE alum Johnny Clemens and Caleb Shealy. Johnny Clemens covered the 5K course at Sandhill in 16:41 and finished 9th overall. Caleb Shealy finished in 19:02 86th overall. Shealy is ranked in the top 20 for all 7th graders in the state. – October 31, 2015

 

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​​​​WKE former student, Elliott Rose is a member of the Cavalier Drum and Bugle Corp. The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps is a World Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps. Based in Rosemont, Illinois, the Cavaliers was one of the thirteen founding member corps of Drum Corps International and is a seven-time DCI World Champion. (added 11/2015)

 

Former WKE student, Daniel Adam Maltz graduated from the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in 2012. After graduating from the Governor’s School, Maltz traveled to the other side of the world to study for two years with pianist Gil Sullivan at the Elder Conservatorium in Adelaide, Australia. At age 21, Maltz already has established himself on the classical concert circuit. In just the past two years, he’s performed about 30 recitals in Europe, Australia and the U.S. | excepts and photo by Paul Hyde of @greenvillenews (added 11/2015)

 

In May 2015, former student, Terence J. Harris, spoke at Saint John Preschool’s graduation.