St. Luke's Alumni Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at Stanford University
This May, three St. Luke's alumni were inducted into the Beta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Stanford University. Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa celebrates excellence in the liberal arts and sciences, and champions freedom of thought. Dominic DeMarco '18 (Computer Science major, French and Music minor), Georgia Rosenberg '19 (Political Science major, executive editor of The Stanford Daily), and Jamie Ullman '20 (Computer Science major) each received this honor in their respective fields.
From the Stanford University website: "Phi Beta Kappa is a nationwide society honoring students for the excellence and breadth of their undergraduate scholarly accomplishments. Membership in the Stanford Chapter (Beta of California) is open to undergraduates of all majors. To be elected to Phi Beta Kappa at Stanford, a student must achieve academic distinction in the major as well as in courses across a broad range of fields."
St. Luke’s School is a secular (non-religious), private school in New Canaan, CT for grades 5 through 12 serving over 30 towns in Connecticut and New York. Our exceptional academics and diverse co-educational community foster students’ intellectual and ethical development and prepare them for top colleges. St. Luke’s Center for Leadership builds the commitment to serve and the confidence to lead.