Katie Lamm

Katie Lamm, Editor-in-Chief

Katie Lamm is a senior at White Station, and this is her third being a member of Scroll. She is a member of Scribbler, a bassist in jazz band, and a runner on the cross country team. She enjoys hanging out with friends, being outside, listening to music, watching animal videos, and spending time with her friends and family. Katie is thrilled with what her senior year will bring, and as the Editor-in-Chief, she’s excited to start another year on staff!

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In his iconic straw hat, Bailey Davis (10) plays his banjo in the courtyard alongside other students during lunch. Davis has been playing for one to two years off and on but has been playing more often during his time as a White Station student, taking lessons from practical law teacher William Fernandez.  “It’s such a social music; its part of our fabric, it really is, so when you see him out in the hallway playing banjo, people naturally gravitate to it, and that plus his personality — its the perfect combination,” Fernandez said.

The Banjo Kid

February 18, 2022
Presley Spiller sits with her other service project members and participates in “circle,” an event where campers gather together to talk about their thoughts and feelings they have experienced on the service trip. Despite not knowing anyone, Spiller explained that she grew very close with the other members and they became “like family” to her.

A month in Cotuí

October 4, 2021

Senior Highlights

June 11, 2021
Joseph Powell, pictured far right, sings in a sextet in the Memphis Symphony Chorus for the Magic of Memphis Holiday Concert, with the conductor of the Symphony, Robert Moody, singing in the middle. They were singing “The Rose” as performed by Bette Midler.

The men behind our music

February 21, 2021
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Katie Lamm