This Site Was Last Updated on Sunday, 21 May 2006
Site Owner - Stephen Smith
Remember Ann Freeman?
Ann in 1969
When did you attend Priory?
1967 - 1970
Who was your most unforgettable teacher?
Mrs. Hernould and Mrs. Fowler, even though Mrs. Fowler was a little scary! Between the two of them I received a wonderful foundation in English - from sentence structure to Shakespeare - and having that foundation has made a huge difference in my life, in and out of school.
Mrs. Fowler Mrs. Hernould
Who were your best friends at school?
Katrina Bennett, Meg Chislett, Carol Chase, Marcia Gregston, Karen Swinney, Melinda Eubanks, Donna and Rhonda Brown, Pat Coughlin, Anne Climie and Celia Wirth
Katrina Bennett Marcia Gregston Melinda Eubanks Donna Brown Rhonda Brown Celia Wirth
Who are you in touch with now?
My sisters - Ruth and Carol Freeman! And I owe Donna Brown an email..."soon come"..!!!
Who would you like to trace if we could?
Everyone! I loved that school. My time there still influences who I am today.
What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
I was pretty young; I loved athletics and academics, and didn't really do any (arguably) "crazy" things until I was older.
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
I am trying to think of the prefect who, even to a straight arrow like me, seemed to take his job way to seriously. But I cannot remember. I know that I considered that person crazier than any stereotypically crazy people!!
Where do you live and what do you do now?
I live in Connecticut and am currently back in graduate school getting my Master of Arts degree in American Studies. I have taught at boarding school, raised two sons (now 16 and 14), and before that I worked on Wall Street for nine years. I will return to teaching next year.
Tell us about any significant others
I have two terrific sons. And I adore my chocolate Labrador retriever, Jenni.
Will and Steve flanking Jenni
What do you think of the Priory site?
I feel that this wonderful Priory website is what many of us hoped for, but didn't quite know how to go about creating. You have done a good thing, Stephen! I am so happy to have this connection
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