The Model United Nations team, advised by history and social studies instructor Max Duncan, competed in three novice tournaments this year, preparing the team to move up to advanced tournaments next year.Read More
Articles by Natalie '16
My parents insisted I start using a rolling backpack in eighth grade in order to protect my back. Although at first hesitant to wheel through the halls, I quickly became enamored with my new bag.
I’m taking a stand against Leo Tolstoy, but I’m not sure it’s the right thing to do. A long-deceased, widely-revered author is a formidable opponent.
@Natalie&Nina Issue #1
Just interviewed Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee #inspired
Honors Research in Science students presented their work to their peers at the Science Exchange on Friday, Feb. 19.
Head of School Priscilla Sands spoke about looking toward the future of education and encouraging a love of learning in students during her “First 100 Days” talk.
This year’s Spirit Week Dance-Off was the best in the tradition’s six-year history because of the emphasis on community.
The annual Leonetti O’Connell Honors Research in Science Student Science Exchange will take place during the school day on Friday
Changes to student training and investigation protocol are among the shifts this school year.