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Success in Failure: Engineering Physics Class Tests the Strength of Model Bridges - 12/03/18

Recently, Prep School science teacher Nick Verga imparted an important lesson to his students during Engineering Physics: there can be great success in failure. “In the span of five minutes, my... Read more

8-9 Grade Musical All Shook Up Premieres Next Week! - 12/03/18

“It’s 1955 -- and into a square little town in a square little state rides a guitar-playing young man who changes everything and everyone he meets in this hip-swiveling, lip-curling musical fantasy... Read more

The Annual Varsity Basketball Tip-Off Tournament - 12/03/18

 This past weekend, CGPS varsity basketball players competed in the Tip-Off Basketball Tournament against some fierce rivals. For Varsity Boys, they included the High School of Economics and... Read more

New Wall Space Showcases 1st and 2nd Grade Ceramic Creations - 12/03/18

By Susan Mann and Kim Witkowich, Grammar School art teachersThe 1st graders were the first class to proudly display their colorful pinch pots on a set of new shelves on the Grammar School Boulevard... Read more

In the Prep School, Art Department Head Lynn Schulte Shares a Passion for Film and Video - 11/26/18

When Lynn Schulte, the Department Head for Prep and Middle School Art, was growing up, she and her brother were obsessive movie buffs. Her love for storytelling on screen influenced her to pursue a... Read more

Prep School Debate Teams Begin Competition Season - 11/26/18

The Prep School’s two debate teams displayed open-mindedness and critical thinking during their recent debate competitions, despite being faced with tough-to-tackle topics. The Weekly spoke to... Read more

Prep School Sustainability Efforts Have Momentum and Impact - 11/26/18

The Prep School has been hard at work building a more sustainable community for themselves and the world beyond the School walls. Just ask Maggie Karlin, Prep School Environmental Coordinator, who... Read more

Frank Stella Inspires 6th Grade Mixed Media Art and Performance - 11/26/18

CGPS’s arts integration programming is especially unique. Within the Middle School, art teacher Veronika Bromberg has helped develop cross-curricular teaching that is introducing students to new ways... Read more

Rubber Band Duel Teaches a Valuable Lesson About Integers - 11/26/18

Last week, 6th graders began their investigation into negative and positive integers. Middle School math teacher Joshua Bookin began by explaining the significance of absolute value -- the distance a... Read more

6th Grade Unit on Cells Leads to Creative Model Designs - 11/26/18

By Sara Moldofsky, Middle School science teacherAs part of their unit on cellular life, 6th grade science students have been building plant or animal cells. Not only does this project test their... Read more