ST. ANDREW GRADUATES, 2015


Class of 2015: Mathew Hoffman, Katelyn Ullrey, and Ravyn Frey

Meet the St. Andrew School Graduates of 2015!
Class Motto: An veritas, an nihil.
(The truth or nothing)

.Ravyn Raenae Frey is the daughter of Rob Oleson and Robin Frey and the class Valedictorian for 2015.  She first came to St. Andrew in the Third Grade, in 2005.  Ravyn has leadership potential, serving in student government all four years of high school. She has expressed her artistic temperaments especially through her photography, her seven years of violin study, two years studying the mandolin, and three years of Irish dancing.  In the visual arts, Ravyn was Art Show finalist two different years, producing pieces that were showcased at the Youth Electrum.  In addition to this, Ravyn was twice a member of the Yearbook staff, plays Vigilante soccer, and volunteered as a Legislative page, at Options Woman’s Clinic, and at Head Start.  As an member of 4-H she served as junior superintendent and participated in photography, archery, dog project, gardening and the teen leaders program. While at St. Andrew, Ravyn was able to complete the Montana State University Bioscience Extension Program, as well as classes in Photography, Physics, and EMT at UM Helena.  Ravyn describes herself as very self-motivated, and her sense of humor and quirky personality will be greatly missed at St. Andrew.  Ravyn has been awarded several scholarships including Premier Scholarship, a Montana National Guard scholarship, and for her volunteer work in the community, Youth Serve Montana Scholarship from the governor.  Her future plans are to major in Biotechnology and Immunology at Montana State University.  Ravyn advises upcoming students to persevere through their difficulties at high school because the rewards of being at St. Andrew are well worth the effort.

Mathew Thomas Hoffman is the son of Tom and Tammy Hoffman. He has attended St. Andrew since Kindergarten, in 2002. It seems that Mathew likes sports and politics; he played soccer since junior high, including one season in Arsenal league, and rowed crew during his sophomore year, which he spent at a prep school in Connecticut.  Further, he volunteered as a page senior year in the Montana State Legislature, as well as last summer in the US Senate!  Mathew completed two ACE classes at Carroll College prior to graduation, Linear Algebra and Engineering CAD.  Mathew will attend Montana State University next year, having earned a Premier Scholarship, where he hopes to double major in Mechanical Engineering and Finance.  After that, he hopes to earn an MBA, and one day, possibly, become a hedge fund manager.  Mathew will be remembered at St. Andrew for his independent but pragmatic spirit.

Katelyn Michelle Ullrey is the daughter of Jeff and Tracy Ullrey.  Katelyn first came to St. Andrew School in her freshman year, 2011.  Katelyn has a talent for communication, having taken second and third places in different speech competitions, having one of her essays make it to the national level in a competition, and winning the Knights of Columbus essay contest this year.   While at St. Andrew, Katelyn played soccer all four years, was a photographer and page designer on the Griffannual staff for the last three years, and served on Student Government during her senior year.  Her volunteer work includes service at Options Woman’s Clinic, Foodshare, Headstart, and volunteering at her church, where she teaches children’s religion classes, sings for the services, and helps run summer camps.  Katelyn is also a volunteer firefighter cadet. Katelyn wants to become a Kindergarten or Special Education teacher, and will be attending Yellowstone Christian College in Billings, next year.  She has received speech and essays scholarships from the Optimist Club and American Legion.  Katelyn appreciates the dedication of the St. Andrew faculty, and all her friends at St. Andrew, and sees Chemistry as probably her most favorite class.  She is also a fan of Winston Churchill, whose words she leaves all St. Andrew students: “Never, never, never give up.”

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