Cum Laude Society inductees at Fuqua
The Cum Laude Society is an international organization that recognizes academic excellence by inducting the top 20% of the senior class based on GPA (grade-point average). The top 10% is inducted at the beginning of the academic year; the second 10% at the end of the year. Fuqua School recently inducted Roman Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Davis of Victoria; Mary Katherine Kendall, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Mike Kendall of Farmville; and Audra Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy of Prospect during its fall Academic Awards Program. Students inducted into the Cum Laude Society must have been enrolled at Fuqua School since the beginning of their junior year and qualify behaviorally for a leadership/honor privilege. The Fuqua School Chapter of The Cum Laude Society received its charter in May 2008. Pictured are, from left, Head of School John Melton, Kendall, Davis, Murphy, and Upper School Head Jennings Custis.