Recent Graduates Continue to Achieve Academic Excellence

George Holderness and Alex Haigh, members of the Belmont Hill Class of 2014, have graduated from Stanford University with the Phi Beta Kappa honors distinction.
George completed the honors program in economics and was awarded the Anna Laura Myers Prize for Outstanding Honors Thesis at commencement. Alex majored in computer science and was recognized with a Terman Award. The Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award is presented to the top five percent of each year's undergraduate senior engineering class.

Both were also awarded the President's Award for Academic Excellence at the end of their freshman year. This is awarded to approximately three percent of the freshman class for the rigor of their classes and their grades.
George is now living in San Francisco and working for Thumbtack, a mature startup. Alex is continuing at Stanford to pursue a master’s degree.
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