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Marjorie Dodson Earns Honors at Phillips Exeter

July 3, 2008 – Eleventh-grader Marjorie D. Dodson has made the 2008 honors list at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. She is the daughter of J. Daryl Dodson and Marjorie Roberts of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Founded in 1781, Phillips Exeter Academy originated the Harkness philosophy of teaching whereby 12 students and a teacher join in classes around an oval Harkness Table. Students from 46 states and 25 countries enjoy a rich curriculum of over 350 courses.
Exeter's commitment is to academics, excellence in teaching, a diverse student body, a wide variety of co-curricular opportunities, and state-of-the-art facilities including the new Phelps Science Center and the Academy Center.

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July 3, 2008 – Eleventh-grader Marjorie D. Dodson has made the 2008 honors list at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire. She is the daughter of J. Daryl Dodson and Marjorie Roberts of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Founded in 1781, Phillips Exeter Academy originated the Harkness philosophy of teaching whereby 12 students and a teacher join in classes around an oval Harkness Table. Students from 46 states and 25 countries enjoy a rich curriculum of over 350 courses.
Exeter's commitment is to academics, excellence in teaching, a diverse student body, a wide variety of co-curricular opportunities, and state-of-the-art facilities including the new Phelps Science Center and the Academy Center.