McCallie School Freshmen Inducted Into TEPS Honorary

Thursday, May 15, 2014
(Front L-R) – Will Honeycutt, King Jemison, George Arrowsmith, Nikhil Virani, Emerson Brock, Maxim Yeoh, Aidan Adair, Jacob Stallings, Will McGregor, Luther Killian.

(Back L-R) – Myles Bagley, Henley Edge, Victor Cheng, Robert Riddle, Nathan Little, Tahir Murray, Harrison Swank, Darius Emmanuel.

(Not pictured: Shalin Naik)
(Front L-R) – Will Honeycutt, King Jemison, George Arrowsmith, Nikhil Virani, Emerson Brock, Maxim Yeoh, Aidan Adair, Jacob Stallings, Will McGregor, Luther Killian. (Back L-R) – Myles Bagley, Henley Edge, Victor Cheng, Robert Riddle, Nathan Little, Tahir Murray, Harrison Swank, Darius Emmanuel. (Not pictured: Shalin Naik)

17 McCallie School freshmen were welcomed into next year’s TEPS chapter last Friday in an induction ceremony in the Chapel on campus.

TEPS is the school’s leadership organization for sophomores who have demonstrated spirit, service and leadership on campus. These characteristics are seen on athletic teams, on musical stages, in clubs, in organizations, in publications or in the theater.

The group is named for Dr. Thomas Edwards Peck Woods who taught at McCallie and served as associate headmaster from 1921 to 1948.

Upper School math teacher Luther Killian ’68 and counselor Will Honeycutt serve as the group’s faculty advisors.

The latest TEPS inductees are:

Aidan Adair, Signal Mountain

George Arrowsmith, Flintstone, GA

Myles Bagley, Chattanooga

Emerson Brock, Lookout Mountain, GA

Victor Cheng, China

Henley Edge, Chattanooga

Darius Emmanuel, Snellville, GA

King Jemison, Lookout Mountain

Nathan Little, Atlanta

Will McGregor, Miami

Tahir Murray, Fayetteville, GA

Shalin Naik, Harrison

Robert Riddle, Lookout Mountain

Jacob Stallings, Brentwood

Harrison Swank, Hammond, LA

Nikhil Virani, Chattanooga

Maxim Yeoh, Chattanooga




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