Three students from Andover were among this year’s graduating class at Lawrence Academy in Groton. Laura Adie, Abe Barron and Sara Rosenberg received their diplomas during the school’s 221st commencement exercises.
Adie, an honor and high honor student, played on the varsity tennis team, twice earning the MIP award and receiving honorable mention from the Independent School League during her senior year as a co-captain. She also played field hockey for four years.
The daughter of Lisa Guidoboni and Thomas Adie of Andover, she will attend American University in Washington, D.C., in the fall.
Barron, an honor roll student, played varsity tennis each spring and was recognized this year with a Coach’s Award for his team spirit and dedication. He also played competitive squash and participated in a yoga program. The son of Marie Barron and Douglas Barron, both of Andover, he will attend the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Rosenberg, a high honor student, was inducted into the school’s chapter of the Cum Laude Society as a junior. She was a member of the Judiciary Council her junior year, working with faculty members to advise the head of school regarding incidents of infractions of school rules, and was a peer counselor her senior year.
A dance student, she appeared in school performances and traveled with the dance troupe to participate in Scotland’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival last August. She was a finalist in the annual junior class poetry recitation competition and she wrote this year for Spectrum, the student newspaper.
Rosenberg was on the volleyball team, serving as a co-captain this past year. She also played basketball for a season and was on the track team.
The daughter of Patsy and Charles Rosenberg of Andover, she will attend Connecticut College in the fall.