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Wardlaw Hartridge Hosts Lower School Winter Cabaret

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David Ezra of Scotch Plains plays the saxophone. Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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(From left to right) David Ezra of Scotch Plains, Aum Mehta of Edison, Matthew Faust of Westfield, Annie Gu of Edison, Rohan Batra of Edison  Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ - Congratulations to the fifth-graders who performed at this year’s Lower School Winter Cabaret.

David Ezra of Scotch Plains, Aum Mehta of Edison, Matthew Faust of Westfield, Annie Gu of Edison, Rohan Batra of Edison, and Siddharth Patel of Edison contributed to the successful show.

Founded in 1882, Wardlaw-Hartridge prepares students to lead and succeed in a world of global interconnection. From the school's earliest days, it developed a reputation for powerful preparation for college. Today, the independent, coeducational, college-preparatory day school of about 475 students offers education from Early Childhood (Pre-K and Kindergarten) through Grade 12.

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