ANNpower Fellow


 Chloe Xu ’15 of Kunming, China, was named a recipient of the ANNpower Fellowship, awarded to young women who have plans to create positive change in their communities. Chloe has been a force for positive change at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. She has explored graphic design, created a video on cross-cultural understanding, and is currently putting the finishing touches on a dress that she is upcycling to look like an original design! 

Chloe will participate in the ANNpower Fellowship in Washington, D.C. in June. ANN INC. is the parent company of Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Vital Voices which has created the ANNpower Vital Voices Initiative. As an ANNpower Fellow, Chloe will join 50 high school sophomores and juniors who are an “extraordinary group of high school girls from across the country who are committed to creating positive change in their communities.”

Chloe was introduced to the program by SSM alumna Jesse Stoneman ‘07. She intends  her project to bring global awareness to common misconceptions about international students and countries. Chloe said, “They (ANNpower) select female leaders, to train them and let them change the world by making their own projects.” 


Sabres Win Three National Championships!

Sunday was an unbelievable day for Shattuck-St. Mary’s hockey as three teams won national championships! The Girls U16 team won their second consecutive title, the Boys Bantam team won their first ever championship, and the Boys Prep team won their record setting ninth national championship. In addition, the Girls Prep team were the national runners […]

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Four SSM teams win their bracket, advance to quarterfinals

Friday was a great day for Shattuck-St. Mary’s as they saw four teams win their pool and qualify for the quarterfinals. The Boys Bantam, Girls U16, and Girls Prep cruised to victories giving them a 3-0 record for bracket play while the Boys Prep team advanced as the #1 seed with a 2-0-1 record. The […]

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Another Strong Day For SSM at Nationals

Marlborough, MA and Green Bay, WI - All five Shattuck-St. Mary’s teams were back on the ice on Thursday for their second game of pool play. The teams looked to separate themselves from the rest of their bracket and earn a spot in the quarterfinals on Saturday. The Girls U16 continued their dominance with a 6-0 […]

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Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sweeps First Day of Nationals

Marlborough, MA and Green Bay, WI – The first day of the USA Hockey National Championships started out perfect for Shattuck-St. Mary’s as all five teams won their first game of pool play. The Girls Prep team started the day with an early morning game in Marlborough, MA winning 5-1 over Team Wisconsin. Melissa Samoskevich […]

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Figure Skaters Leave Their Mark in Kansas City, MO!

FS_KansasCityThe SSM Figure Skating Team had a great showing in Kansas City, MO this last weekend! 25 skaters and our very own coach Brenda Tarkinton competed. We had  19 Gold medals; 7 Silver medals; and 6 Bronze medals. A special thank you to Lindy Martinson for assisting Coach Deason and Coach Tarkinton as a Jr Coach! Congratulations skaters on your hard work and dedication!
Below are individual results for each skater.

Dian Anzarut ’14: Juvenile Compulsory 1st/ Juvenile Freeskate 6th
Antonia Bessey ’17:  Intermediate Short 10th/ Intermediate Freeskate 12th
Sophia Cavazos ’17: Intermediate Short 7th/ Intermediate Freeskate 11th
Dillon Erhardt ’17: Novice Short 1st/Novice Spins 3rd
Daryn Finkelstein ’15: Junior Short 2nd/Junior Freeskate 2nd
Fa Garcia ’18: Preliminary Freeskate 4th/ Preliminary Jumps 5th
Jacob Kahn ’15: Novice Jumps 3rd/ Novice Freeskate 2nd
Richard Kahn ’14: Junior Jumps 1st / Junior Freeskate 1st
Claire Katchur ’14: Junior Spins 1st /Junior Freeskate 2nd
Sao Kimura ’17: Pre Juvenile Spins 4th/ Pre Juvenile Freeskate 4th
Emma Kuhlman ’18: Preliminary Freeskate 1st/ Preliminary Spins 9th
Rex Lai ’14: Juvenile Freeskate 5th/ Juvenile Jumps 2nd
Jackie Laniado ’15: Novice Spins 1st/Novice Short 7th/ Freeskate 8th
Valeria Madero ’18: Preliminary Freeskate 3rd/ Preliminary Spins 1st
Lauren McCabe ’14: Senior Short 1st/ Senior Freeskate 1st
Katie Miller ’18: Intermediate Spins 2nd/ Juvenile Freeskate 1st
Caitlin Mostoway Parker ’15: Junior Freeskate 1st
Ines Munoz ’16: Intermediate Jumps 3rd/Short Program 8th/ Freeskate 9th
Regi Najera ’19: Pre Juvenile Freeskate 4th/ Jumps 6th
Kaylee O’Connor ’18: Preliminary Jumps 1st/Freeskate 2nd
Rebeca Ramirez ’14: Juvenile Freeskate 1st / Jumps 3rd
Louwee Shibata ’17: Novice Short 8th/ Freeskate 9th
Janelle Skaden ’15: Novice Freeskate 1st/ Novice Jumps 1st
Gwyn Wilkens ’17: Pre Juvenile Spins 3rd/ Freeskate 6th
Kristina Zaslavskaya ’17: Junior Short 1st/ Junior Freeskate 1st
Brenda Tarkinton: Adult Freeskate 1st


Sabres play big role in Team USA win

Budapest, Hungary – The United States Women’s National U-18 Team won their first game of the World Championship by defeating Russia, 6-1. Baylee Wellhausen ’14 was named player of the game tallying a goal and an assist. Other Sabres Brooke Ahbe ’14, Melissa Samoskevich ’15, and Maddie Rolfes ’14, also found the scoresheet for the […]

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Five Sabres to represent USA Hockey U-18 Team

Colorado Springs, Co. – United States Hockey released their roster for the U18 Women’s National Team for the World Championships and five members of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Center of Excellence will suit up for the red, white, and blue. Brooke Ahbe ’14, Patti Marshall, ’16, Maddie Rolfes ’14, Melissa Samoskevich ’15, and Baylee Wellhausen ’14 […]

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