Class Notes for Dec. 17 |

Class Notes for Dec. 17

Christian Heritage School

First Quarter honor roll

12th grade Nicole Bowes, Garrett Brew, Lewis Cutter, Marc Hall, Tyler Houston, Kevin King, Rachel Van Baak

11th grade Theresa Cutter

10th grade Myung Cha, Sol Choi, John Cutter

Ninth grade Hannah Zwak

Eighth grade Leah Berdine, Carly Fox, Cassidy Fox, Hope Scott

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Seventh grade Emily Heiner, Melodie Houston, Matthew Jones, Aimee Lotz, Daniel Melvin, Dominique Powers, Scott Powers, Sara Pugh, Eric Spahr, Kirsten Williams

Sixth grade Justin Kvols, Jay Lanning, Jack Pietig, Erik Powers, Jane Robey, Tyler Scott, Dylan Wilkinson, Logan Wilson, Sam Zwak

Former Steamboat teacher to study abroad

Stuart Handloff, former Steamboat Springs High School drama teacher and current director of The Great American Laughing Stock Company community theater, has been accepted into the Master of Theatre Arts Program at Victoria University and Toi Whakaari (New Zealand’s national drama school) in Wellington, New Zealand.

Only six students a year are accepted into the two-year directing program, which culminates in the awarding of the MTA degree.

Handloff will leave for New Zealand in late January to commence his studies.

Dr. John Downie and Dr. Matt Wagner are the coordinators of the Master’s Program. Christian Penny heads the directing studies at Toi Whakaari.

All are internationally recognized for their expertise in theater and the performing arts.

Victoria University and Toi Whakaari are located in Wellington, the cultural, artistic and political hub of New Zealand.