The Alumni Association Board will celebrate the 2020 Alumni Award Recipients and the Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee on Friday, May 21, 2021. We will honor these recipients for their outstanding contributions to Louisville Collegiate School and the global community. The awards ceremony will be held on campus in the Thornton Dining Commons at 6:00 p.m.
Carey Faversham Goldstein ’90
Distinguished Alumni Award
Kathleen Madden Barrens
Collegiate Service Award
Maggie Galloway ’05
Young Alumni Achievement Award
Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
Faculty & Staff Legacy Award
The Distinguished Alumni Award is given to honor a graduate or associate of Collegiate for outstanding achievement. The nominee may have displayed extraordinary leadership and organizational ability, contributed to the advancement of others and the improvement of his or her community, gained prominence in his or her chosen profession and community or exhibited vision, skill and commitment to making things happen.
The Collegiate Service Award is presented to an individual—not necessarily an alumna/us—who through the years has made a significant contribution to the Collegiate community. This award is intended to honor those who have provided meaningful service to Collegiate.
The Athletic Hall of Fame is to honor and perpetuate the memory of those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Collegiate athletics and who have brought recognition, honors, distinctions and excellence to its interscholastic athletic program. The Hall of Fame recipients are honored in display in Alumni Hall to inspire current and future Collegiate athletes.
The Young Alumni Achievement Award is presented to an individual who has graduated in the last twenty years who exemplifies the Collegiate traits: character, confidence, imagination and excellence through community service or in his or her profession.
The Faculty & Staff Legacy Award is given to a faculty or staff member whose inspired efforts to serve the school have made an extraordinary impact on the community. Length of service is a consideration in the selection but is not the determining factor.