Senior awarded Princeton Prize for Race Relations

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St. Mark's School of Texas
May 22, 2024

Senior Noah Cathey has been awarded Princeton University’s “Princeton Prize in Race Relations,” the University announced last month. This award "recognizes and rewards high school students who, through their volunteer activities, have undertaken significant efforts to advance racial equity and understanding in their schools or communities." Each year, only 29 high school students nationwide receive this award.
"Noah embodies the Path to Manhood statue," said Lorre Allen, Director of Inclusion, Diversity, and Human Resources at St. Mark's. "When you look for an example of a good citizen and good leader, Noah is that example. The Princeton Prize speaks to the ideals we teach at St. Mark's – the priority of inclusion and the ability to have healthy, respectful discussions with one another. Noah models this for his peers and we're all better for it."  

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