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Middle School Parent Morning: What Should a Rising Fifth Grader Expect?

Last Tuesday, 4th grade parents were invited to the Prep School theater for a presentation about Middle School life and what to expect for...

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Discussing 3D Relief Sculptures, Middle Schoolers Think Critically About Abstract Art

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Columbia Grammar and Prep Advances to the 5th Round in the New York State Mock Trial Competition

This year, 92 schools from all five boroughs in New York City participated in the New York State Mock Trial Competition, sponsored by the New...

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A Look at Life for Immigrants to New York City in the 20th Century

By Anne Young, second grade classroom teacher

Our field trip to the Tenement Museum follows our study of immigrants in...

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Over 100 CGPS Community Members Participate in Polar Bear Run for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital

This month, nearly 100 members of the CGPS community gathered in Central Park for the second annual CGPS Polar Bear Run. Organized by Middle...

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8th and 9th Grade Students Explore Shakespearean Drama

This night I hold an old accustomed feast,

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Six Latin Students Earn Top Marks on National Exam

In November, 16 Latin students in grades 10, 11, and 12 participated in the National Classical Etymology Exam, a rigorous exam that has been...

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After Weeks of Dedication and Hard Work, 10-12th Grade Production of Chicago A Smashing Success

Last week, CGPS premiered their 10-12th grade musical Chicago in the Prep School Theater. Unique to the musical this year was a professional...

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Field Trip Offers Bilingual and Bicultural Immersion for Students of Japanese

By Mari Mitsuhashi-Reilly, Prep School Japanese teacher

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February is Math Contest Month in the Prep School

By Nathan Dummitt, Prep School math department chair

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