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End of year events at BA

Beaufort Academy’s 2014 Senior Tea, hosted by the Junior Class, was held at the home of the Guest Family. This year marked the 46th year of the Senior Tea. The tradition was initiated in 1969 when the BA Board of Directors’ wives hosted a tea for the women of the first graduating class. The special tea was their way of honoring these young women by sharing with them the southern tradition of gracious entertaining. The Senior Girls on a hammock, left to right, front: Madeleine Gray, Carli Cline, Rebecca Strawn, Megan Potter. Back: Caroline Avera, Courtney Smith, Autumn Harris, Miranda Weslake.
Beaufort Academy’s 2014 Senior Tea, hosted by the Junior Class, was held at the home of the Guest Family. This year marked the 46th year of the Senior Tea. The tradition was initiated in 1969 when the BA Board of Directors’ wives hosted a tea for the women of the first graduating class. The special tea was their way of honoring these young women by sharing with them the southern tradition of gracious entertaining. The Senior Girls on a hammock, left to right, front: Madeleine Gray, Carli Cline, Rebecca Strawn, Megan Potter. Back: Caroline Avera, Courtney Smith, Autumn Harris, Miranda Weslake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Little Eagles at Beaufort Academy graduated from Kindergarten. Pictured left to right, sitting: Braxton Hines, Quinlan LeSalle, Jack Adams, Sara Bette Bundy, Liam Gibbons, Jane Rhodes. Standing: Sellers Lynn, JoLin Huang, Topper Burgin, Maxwell Winters.
The Little Eagles at Beaufort Academy graduated from Kindergarten. Pictured left to right, sitting: Braxton Hines, Quinlan LeSalle, Jack Adams, Sara Bette Bundy, Liam Gibbons, Jane Rhodes. Standing: Sellers Lynn, JoLin Huang, Topper Burgin, Maxwell Winters.

 

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