Amid a spirited winter sports pep rally,10 seniors were recognized as nominees to receive the Pep Club Beau and Belle crowns. This year’s candidates for beau were Range Faulkner, Zane Hermen, William Jackson, Grant McLain, and Matthew Williams. Belle candidates were Avery Freeman, Grace Hickey, Safia Salim, Trudie Taylor, and Reagan Williams.
The candidates were nominated by their peers for their exemplary commitment to academics, community service, or school activities. Many of these dedicated students succeed in the classroom (regularly appearing on the school’s Headmaster’s List or Honor Roll), while also leaving their mark on the arts or athletics. Several serve as officers of school clubs, while others serve their community as members of teen boards for local charities. Together, these 17- and 18-year-old difference makers have racked up thousands of community service hours over the past four years at organizations such as Free to Live Animal Sanctuary and Little Light Christian School.
Regarding her nomination, Reagan Williams said, “It was wonderful to be nominated alongside so many great girls and guys, so many of my good friends. I’m glad I had the opportunity to stand with them at the assembly.”
Although all were deserving, Grant McLain and Reagan Williams were ultimately crowned the Beau and Belle during the Pep Club dance on Saturday, February 1. Congratulations to all of these exemplary seniors.
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.