A Few More Recent Bloomfield Students Graduate, Honored at College
Recent graduates of the Bloomfield Hills Schools and other Bloomfield-area high schools continued their academic success at the next level.
Here's a list of students that recently graduated or were honored for being top performers at their respective schools during the winter or spring semesters.
Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
Christine Vlasic, of Bloomfield Hills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government.
Denison University, Granville, Ohio
Brian Michael Day, of Bloomfield Hills, received a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude. Day graduated with a double major in psychology and history. A consistent dean's list student, he was a recipient of the Denison Founders Scholarship and the Michael and Amy Gordon Award in European History. He is a member of Psi Chi, the international psychology honorary; Alpha Epsilon Delta, the national premedical honorary; and Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honorary. Day was named a department fellow in the history and psychology departments and was active with Sustained Dialogue, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and was the founder of Club Basketball. Day was a member of the varsity basketball team.
Megan Ann Bertrand, of Bloomfield Hills, recently received a Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated with a major in educational studies with a concentration in community education and a minor in chemistry. A dean's list student, she was a recipient of the Denison Alumni Award.
The following students received their degrees during a recent commencement ceremony at the Bradley Center
Michigan Technological University
Adeline Koerner and Rebecca Sorgenfrei, both from Bloomfield Hills, attended the Women in Engineering Program, a highly competitive scholarship program in which high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors investigate careers in engineering and science. Students participate in engineering sessions, group projects, and special topic presentations.