A co-educational private school for Preschool–Grade Eight

Congratulations, Class of 2022

Far Hills Country Day School (FH) will confer diplomas upon 41 students today, Friday, June 10, 2022.

This fall, the graduates will head to some of the most prestigious day and boarding schools in the country, including Berkshire School, Blair Academy, Canterbury School, Delbarton School, George School, Gill St. Bernard's School, The Hill School, Kent Place School, Morristown-Beard School, Moses Brown School, Newark Academy, Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Phillips Exeter Academy, Pingry School, Rutgers Preparatory School, Villa Walsh Academy, and Wilbraham & Monsoon Academy.

Graduates Include Benjamin Adamo of Asbury; Gemma Cafasso, James Gibbons, Nathaniel Lawton, Tyler Mo, and Clarence Wu of Basking Ridge; Avery Hansen of Bedminster; Theodore Grippo, Edward Merton, Parker Reuben of Bernardsville; Michael Antonelli of Blairstown; Hannah Castiglione, and Chloe Valentine of Chester; Luke Antoneck, Jackson Croce, Blake Evans, Brady Morais, Gavin O'Hare, and Winston Valentine of Far Hills; Colin Brucker of Gladstone; Jacob Zentner of High Bridge; Maria Liriano and Josselyn Wolf of Lebanon; Charles Fernandez, Michael Paragano, Gianna Previdi, and Amelia and Titus Welsh of Mendham; Phillip John Cichlar, Cameron Weil, and Brandon Wood of Morristown; Ella Petillo of New Vernon; Gavin Godfrey-Ryan of New York, New York; Ifayola Adewole of North Plainfield; Caspar von Hollen of Oldwick; Jenny Villagra of Peapack; Zachary Freed of Scotch Plains; Sahara Muhammad of Somerset; Edvin Korpela and Tara Nash of Westfield; and Eleanor Cusimano of Whitehouse Station.

"The Class of 2022 is made up of students who are resilient, determined, and hard-working," said Georgia Zaiser, Far Hills Country Day School Head of School. "Not only are they dedicated to their academics, but they're also committed to creating long-standing relationships with their peers and the community. These students have made their mark individually but also together as a class. They have proven to be leaders to both the Upper and Lower Schools, singing on the stage, running on the fields, and volunteering in various philanthropic efforts that benefit our many community partners. Each student has uncovered their passions and put forth their best effort to be well-rounded students. The entire Falcon community can't wait to watch as they succeed at their secondary schools and in life." 

For information on the students of the Class of 2022, visit our website fhcds.org.