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Photos: Juniors Tackle TreeTop Adventures

Friday, the juniors bonded over tackling heights.
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  • Sophia Horning braves the course at TreeTop adventures.

  • College Counselor Daniel Birdsall prepares to brave the course.

  • Zaina Deshpande ’25 gives a big thumbs-up as she prepares to climb.

  • Noah Panto ’25 seems unphased by the heights.

  • Huck Jennings ’25 quickly tackles an element,

  • Juniors Amelia Bowman and Lucas Williams cross the first element at TreeTop.

  • Juniors Kaan Ladha, Noah Panto, and Owen Kalvert appear determined as they walk to the next, more challenging course.

  • School librarian Elyse Seltzer gets read to climb amongst the trees.

  • Associate Head of School for Academics Joe Iuliano traverses an element at Treetop.

  • Benjamin Dykeman ’25 takes a serious look at the element ahead.

  • Patrick Whalen ’25 bravely looks back at the camera, giving an “all-good” sign.

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To help the Class of 2025 bond before becoming the eldest students on campus. Upper School Head Joshua Neudel organized a trip to Tree Top Adventures in Canton, Massachusetts.

“This annual trip has been a great way to celebrate the accomplishments of the 11th grade, while also providing an opportunity to come together as a group as they take on the new student leadership roles in the School,” Neudel said.

Editors’ note: Since Gator staffers were busy climbing and not allowed to take photos as a safety precaution, Adviser David Cutler chipped in by taking a few photographs from elevated bases.

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David Cutler advises The Gator. He also teaches American History, Latin American History, Government, and Popular Culture in American History. Outside of teaching and writing, he enjoys superheroes, comic books, and spending time with friends and family.

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