Stanstead College has named its head prefects for the 2023-24 school year: Madeline Lippmann and Mauricio Lopez Sanchez.
Stanstead’s first-ever head prefect from Mexico, Mauricio is in his fifth year at Stanstead College and is an active and personable member of our Stanstead College community. During his time, Mau has earned several awards, including the Sportsmanship Award for basketball in Grades 8 and 10, the Bugbee House Director's Award in Grade 9, a Junior S for soccer and basketball and a Senior S for soccer. In Grade 9, he won the Wilder Shield, the junior school’s top prize.
Madeline is a day student from Newport, Vt., who has attended Stanstead for four years along with her brothers Jack (2021) and Josh (2026). She too is an active, positive student-athlete. In fact, she won the Sportsmanship Award for girls lacrosse in Grade 10, and was a Major S winner for both girls lacrosse and senior girls soccer in Grade 11. In Grade 11, she also won the Webster House Director’s Award and earned a Black Sweater for being the Major S winner with the highest term average. She also had the highest average in her Grade 9 year.
Both Mau and Maddie are returning prefects.
“Mauricio's selfless nature, unparalleled involvement, and his positivity make him a fantastic role model. And Maddie is a well-rounded student of great integrity, a calm and selfless leader who sets an outstanding example,” said Head of School Joanne Carruthers. “I have no doubt that Maddie and Mau will lead by example and expect that their dedication to Stanstead College will continue to inspire others.”