Laila is a new sophomore from Stafford, Virginia, who enjoys attending Society of Skeptics lectures, playing JV field hockey and debating classmates in her history courses. She loves the camaraderie of Blair's close-knit community, as well as the dining hall’s omelets and breakfast scrambles!
Michael is a freshman from Englewood, Florida. His favorite spot on campus is the turf field, and Peddie Week is his favorite Blair tradition. He especially looks forward to class with orchestra teacher and advisor Mrs. Pagotto, who he calls a great and positive person.
Carson is a junior from Tuxedo Park, New York, who is grateful for the opportunities Blair has given him to hone his writing and performing skills. This year, he wrote and directed his own play at Blair with the support of teachers and his advisor, Ms. Perry.
Ellie is a freshman from Charlotte, North Carolina, who loves playing tennis, watching School Meeting videos, competing in the Headmasters’ Games talent show, listening to her classmates share life experiences at Chapel and spending time with friends over dinner.
Carnegie is a freshman from Greenwich, Connecticut. When he’s not playing basketball, he enjoys spending time with friends across campus and taking advantage of all Blair has to offer. This year, he stepped outside his comfort zone to act in the fall play, an experience through which he learned new skills and made many new friends.
Alex is a senior from Paradise Valley, Arizona, who loves the performing arts at Blair, as well as her advisor and “Blair dad” Mr. Sykes. Among her favorite parts of the community’s culture is teachers’ deep support and care for students, coupled with a self-deprecating willingness to be fun and silly.
Aidan is a senior from New York City who enjoys connecting with his “super chill” advisor Mr. Thomas and loves being a prefect and a member of Senior Class Council, as well as quintessential Blair traditions such as Peddie Day and Headmasters’ Societies Games.
Audrey is a senior day student from Lafayette, New Jersey, who has done so much theatre at Blair, she calls DuBois Theatre “her second home.” In addition to acting, she loves the gluten-free chicken nuggets in the dining hall and spending time with her advisor, Mr. Manni, who directs the vocal music program at Blair.