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Grade-Wide Shakespearean Performance Puts Modern Twists on A Midsummer Night’s Dream

On Friday, March 8, the entire 7th grade gathered in the Underground Theater for a morning of Shakespearean drama, organized by Middle School English teachers Jamie Rubenstein and Stefanie Forman. 

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Five Fifth Grade Students Take Action to Combat Climate Change

In the Middle School, environmental action and an entrepreneurial spirit have come together in the efforts of five fifth graders who want to make a change. After learning about climate change and its increasing...

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5th Grade Math Challenge Raises Questions About Social Justice, Equity and Fairness

In February, Middle School math teacher Joshua Bookin’s 5th grade math class watched the film Hidden Figures in honor of Black History Month, which tells the story of an African American mathematician...

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Prep School Global Peace Studies Brings Faculty Experience to Light

In the Prep School, history teacher Marc Greenside wants his students to explore the nature of conflict and peace studies in his history elective, Peace Makers. Peace Makers traces the history of conflict and...

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6th Grade History Students Visit the Met, Develop Models of Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt

Last week, Middle School history teacher Marc Peters took his 6th grade students to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a visit to the...

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Virtual Reality Film Gives Students a New Perspective for Black History Month

During Black History Month, technology teacher Melanie Royster's Prep School students experienced the virtual reality film, Traveling...

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8th Grade Squid Dissection Takes Deep Dive into Cephalopod Anatomy

The 8th graders found themselves taking a deep dive into their oceanography unit with a squid dissection, led by Prep School science teacher Cary Rosillo. While it was not a requirement for any class, this optional...

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5th Graders Channel the Influence of Faith Ringgold in Mixed Media Artwork

This week, Middle School art teacher Veronika Bromberg’s 5th grade art classes presented their mixed media art projects in the Middle School...

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19 Seniors Trek to Tufts University for Conference on Migration and Urban Spaces

By 12th grade dean David Morss and Prep School Assistant Director Monica Markovits

Nineteen seniors boarded a bus to...

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5th Grade Portrays Greek Mythology in King Midas Play

This week, 19 student actors and 2 student crew members put on a fabulous performance of King Midas and the Golden Touch in the Underground Theater. All students were members of the 5th grade and displayed...

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