Jack Campbell, the son of Stephanie and John Campbell, will attend the University of Wyoming to major in Business Administration after her graduation from Episcopal High. Jack lettered on Episcopal’ s baseball team, where he pitches. He is an AP Scholar, a National Merit Finalist, and a member of the National Spanish Honors Society. He attended SJEDS from pre-k through 5th grade.
Caroline Creech is the daughter of Katherine Elliott Creech and Jason Creech. She attended St. James Episcopal Day School, Sacred Heart of Jesus School and will graduate from St. Joseph’s Academy. She was a member of the French Club, Journalism Club and wrote for the school newspaper. Caroline plans to attend the University of Southern Mississippi and study nursing.
Clayton Fair is the son of Darlene and Steve Fair. He attended St. James Episcopal Day School, and later went on to graduate from The Dunham School from 5th-12th Grade. His academic accomplishments include: AP scholar: AP Painting and Drawing; AP 2D-Design, and AP US History; ACT 30+ Club; Honor Roll 9th-12th grade; Spanish III Honors DE; Intro to Engineering DE; Pre-Calculus DE. Extra Curricular Honors include: Cross Country Team Captain - Senior Year; Varsity Soccer (11th-12th); Varsity Track(10th-12th); Varsity Cross Country (9th-12th); Varsity Tennis (9th); and Chinese Club (8th).
Ryan Hancock Field is the son of Gary and T’lane Field. He attended St. James Episcopal Day School and will graduate from Episcopal School of Baton Rouge as an AP Scholar with Distinction and a member of the National Honor Society. He was 3-year letterman of the Varsity Baseball Team and also participated in Mu Alpha Theta. Ryan is an active member of St. James and served as an acolyte. Ryan plans to follow in his parent’s footsteps and pursue a career in Medicine at a University still to be determined.
Lane Grigsby, son of Ainsley and Todd Grigsby, is graduating from Episcopal High School where he has played football and is a member of the grill club. He was defensive player of the year and first team all district line backer for the 2018-2019 season and 2019-2020 season. He led the team in tackles for the 2019-2020 season. Lane served as an acolyte at St. James. Lane plans to attend LSU in the fall and major in Construction management with an Industrial focus. He is an avid hunter and angler, enjoying the outdoors.
Stephanie Kay is the daughter of Emily and Eddie Kay, and a graduate of Baton Rouge Magnet High School. While she is a familiar face as a St. James Treble Choir member, she is also a member of the National Honor Society, and a Bulldog Buddies Program mentor. Extra-curricular honors include: Varsity Letterman for Girls Soccer, and Ambassador for Baton Rouge High School. She plans to pursue the study of kinesiology with a pre-med or pre-physical therapy track at Louisiana State University.
Kaitlyn Kelly, is an accomplished Baton Rouge Magnet High School graduate. She is a National Honor Society member;, a four-year Beta Club member; and an award-winning choir, service award, and dance member participant. When not studying, she works in the nursery at St. James, enjoys keeping up with her dancing skills as an experienced dancer, and teaches dance 3 nights a week to children ages 3-12! She plans to continue dancing through college and beyond, as it is her passion.
Celia Kiesel, daughter of Chris and Corrie Kiesel, is graduating from Episcopal High School, where she is a National Merit Finalist and an AP Scholar with Distinction. She has been a member of the powerlifting and volleyball team for four years and has earned coach’s awards in both sports. She is a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, plays clarinet in the Wind Ensemble, and has participated in the Honors Thesis Program. She plans to be a lawyer and will attend an as-yet-undecided university.
William McCarthy is the son of Terry and Susanna McCarthy. He attended Episcopal High School. Academic, extracurricular, and area/district/state/national honors include: A four-year 3.0 grade average, state champion for tennis, and All-Metro Tennis awards twice over. He plans to attend Tulane University to major in Political Science.
Graduate of Catholic High School. Achievements/Participation: Varsity Soccer, 4 years Honor Roll, Bearly Published. Attending Louisiana State University.
Graduate of Catholic High School. Achievements/Participation: Varsity Lacrosse, Bearly Publish. Attending: Louisiana State University.
Episcopal High School graduate, 2020. Achievements/Participation: Student Body Vice President, National Spanish Honors Society, Spanish Club President, Level II Distinction in Spanish, Level II Distinction in Thesis, Co-Leader of Pulsera Project. Attending Wake Forest University.
Graduate of Episcopal School of Baton Rouge '20. Member of: the Episcopal Dance Ensemble, Student Vestry, Student Ambassador. Performed in the role of Tanya in the musical Mama Mia. Planning to attend the University of Oklahoma.
Strain III, Hoyt Griffith (Griff): Griff attended St. James Day School from PreK through 5th grade. He then attended the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge 6th through 12th grades. He has benefited from 14 years of education and upbringing in the Episcopalian community for which he and his parents are grateful.
Academic Honors & High School attended:Griff graduated from St. James Day School in 5th grade and then attended the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge from 6th through 12th grade. He achieved a high school 3.8 GPA through Junior year and a 4.0 his senior year. Extra-curricular Honors/Sports:Football - played all 4 years of high school, Starting center on Varsity from Sophomore through Senior year. He lettered all three years. First Team 8-AA Offensive Line Award in 2019 season. Won the Knight Award for football. Football Captain his senior year.
Area/District/State/National Awards or Honors: Only Episcopal HS football player who was chosen for and played in the Red Stick All-Star Bowl which spans all High School Classes
St. James Episcopal Church Activities: (Acolytes, EYC, etc.) Griff was baptized and confirmed at St. James, where he attends church services and considers the campus his spiritual home. Griff plans to attend High Point University in the fall in High Point, North Carolina to study Business at High Point focusing on both Finance and Communications.