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D. Scott Looney '86 Becomes 10th Headmaster of Hawken School

D. Scott Looney '86 Becomes 10th Headmaster of Hawken School

August 15, 2006

D. Scott Looney.jpgAugust 15, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - D. Scott Looney, a 1986 graduate of DePauw University, will be formally installed as the 10th headmaster of Hawken School in Ohio on Sunday, August 27. At the 2 p.m. ceremony, Hawken will also dedicate its new, $12 million middle school building. Looney, who was previously assistant director of Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, assumed his new position last month.

U.S. Newswire reports, "A native of Chicago, Looney is a graduate of DePauw and Northwestern and is a widely published author on educational affordability ... Pat Bassett, president of the National Association of Independent Schools, calls Looney 'a rising star among leaders of the independent school world.'"

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Founded in 1915, Hawken School is an independent, nonsectarian, co-ed day school of approximately 960 students, grades pre-K through 12, located on two campuses in the eastern suburbs of Cleveland. It is recognized as one of the premier college preparatory schools in the nation.

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