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Archer Fund

Archer Fund Volunteers

Parents are at the heart of our volunteer efforts. Throughout the year, they take time out of their personal lives to reach out to community members in support of the Archer Fund.

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  • 6th Grade Volunteers

    Paul Morris - Captain
    Mary Ann Akkaraju
    Vivian Chang
    Caleb Desrosiers
    Rasha Habiby
    Lindsay Pérez Huber
    Erin Matzkin
    Andrea Rifenbark
    Rick Rifenbark
    Guillermo Verjan
  • 7th Grade Volunteers

    Melanie Forster - Captain
    Jesse Bell
    Monique Bell
    Teresa Bridwell
    Tracy Bromwich
    Adam Bromwich
    Tom Joksimovic
    Eva Rapp
    Adam Scott
    Naomi Scott
  • 8th Grade Volunteers

    Tom Paschall - Co-Captain
    Skei Saulnier - Co-Captain
    Jamia Bigalow
    Aonika Laurent Thomas
    Beth McClinton
    Brittany Perrineau
    Jeff Robinov
    Belle Scott
    Sean Thomas
  • 9th Grade Volunteers

    Denise Specchierla - Co-Captain
    Tracy Mansfield Chow - Co-Captain
    Jonah Borris
    Lizzie Calne
    Max Calne
    Tesha Edwards
    Shazneen Gandhi
    Brett Lavinthal
    Danyielle McDavid
    Jeremy McDavid
    Allegra Richdale
  • 10th Grade Volunteers

    Heather Lazarus - Co-Captain
    Ann Lee - Co-Captain
    David Azar
    Allison Gray
    Nick Karamanos
    Julie Resnick
    Michelle Wolf
  • 11th Grade Volunteers

    Julie Banks - Co-Captain
    Mason Schultz - Co-Captain
    Richard DeLossa
    Allison Bloom
    Amy DeLossa
    Andrea Frank
    Jo Tsai Cherniss
  • 12th Grade Volunteers

    Mara Cohen - Co-Captain
    Cristina Wong - Co-Captain
    Luis Ayala
    Maya Fidler
    Mikel Gordon
    Nicola Kerner
    Susan Lee
    Christina Moore
    Gene Salomon
    Julie Stein
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The Archer School for Girls’ mission is to educate students in an environment specifically designed for girls. As such, the school will consider any candidate for admission who identifies as a girl. Once admitted to Archer, all students in good academic standing who abide by Archer’s code of conduct and who meet requirements for graduation will be eligible to receive an Archer diploma, regardless of any change in sexual identity or other legally protected status.