Zoe Kurtz, Winsor School 2012 (Photo credit Gustav Freedman)

A North End resident is among the 51 accomplished young women who graduated on June 7 from the Winsor School in Boston.

Zoe Kurtz will attend Vassar College. She was co-head of the economics club and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), and a member of the community service club and the crew team. In addition, she was a tutor at Beacon Academy and a commended student in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

The graduates received their diplomas from Rachel Friis Stettler, director, and Linda Thomas, president of the board of trustees. Sarah Beatty Buller ’84, alumna of the Winsor School and founder of Green Depot, was the commencement speaker.

About the Winsor School
Founded in 1886, the Winsor School is an independent day school in Boston for academically promising and motivated girls in grades 5 through 12. Its rigorous academic curriculum is complemented by strong offerings in the arts and physical education. More information at www.Winsor.edu.

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