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MAESA Fair Competitions

St. Albans hosted the MAESA (Mid-Atlantic Episcopal Schools Association) Fair this year, welcoming 10 Episcopal schools from the region to campus for a day of competition and fellowship. 

Classrooms and meeting spaces were transformed into competition spaces. Trapier Theater hosted a geography bee. A spelling bee energized the Kellogg Room. In the Activities Gym, families and students perused dozens of science fair projects, while in the bottom floor of Marriott Hall, students’ artwork was proudly displayed. The wrestling room became an exploratorium of 30 hands-on science demonstrations. Math competitions were hosted in classrooms in Marriott Hall.

St. Albans had a wildly successful day, not only in competition, but in the generosity and kindness that students showed to their visitors. It was not uncommon to find a student leading a new friend to their next location, inviting a peer to join them at an event, or cheering on a competitor in an event.

STA’s winners include:

Alexander Perez ’31 — 1st Place Spelling Bee (4-6)
Jackson Vonhm ’32 — 3rd Place Spelling Bee (4-6)
Teddy Burwell ’30 — 2nd Place Multimedia (4-6)
Laith Hajj ’30 — 2nd Place Geography Bee (4-6)
Shiv Patel ’28 — 1st Place Geography Bee (7-8)
Simon Moore ’28 — 1st Place Math competition (7-8)

Participating schools included:
St. Martin's in-the-field Episcopal School
St. John's Episcopal School
Washington Episcopal School
St. Andrew's Episcopal School
Christ Episcopal School
St. John's Parish Day School
St. James' Episcopal School
National Cathedral School
Grace Episcopal School
St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School

Kudos to Form C teacher Mr. Tim Brockway for his leadership in organizing the day.
Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.