The Class of 2016 was celebrated during “100 Nights” on Friday, February 12, 2016.
The 100 Nights celebration is a long-standing Stoneleigh-Burnham School tradition. It is a celebration that marks the seniors’ last 100 days of school before they graduate and officially become alumnae, or “Owls for Life.”
The evening began with members of the Class of 2016 sharing a special dinner with Head of School Sally Mixsell ’69 in the newly renovated Student Lounge, and faculty members volunteered to serve the dinner.
After the dinner, the “100 Nights” ceremony was held in Emerson Hall where Little Sisters honored their graduating Big Sisters by presenting them with flowers. In addition, as part of the ceremony, seniors declared their individual and class goals for their final 100 days of school at Stoneleigh-Burnham. Then, seniors were officially presented as a class to the whole school community, as well as family and friends in attendance that evening.