Middle School Open Night Connects Parents and Teachers - 10/12/18

Recently, the Middle School hosted Open School Night — a showcase by teachers to present their classrooms and curriculum to current Middle School parents. It’s a night for parents to get a closer... Read more

Philanthropy Module Guest Speaker Offers Inspirational Story - 10/12/18

Last week the Middle School Philanthropy module was visited by The Doe Fund’s Terrance Coffie. The Doe Fund is a non-profit organization that helps formerly incarcerated men reintegrate and re-... Read more

NYC Kids Project Teaches Students about Inclusion and Respect - 10/12/18

On Tuesday, the 2nd grade welcomed a very special guest into the Grammar School Center for an assembly on respect and inclusion. The guests were speakers from the NYC Kids Project, a nonprofit arts-... Read more

3rd Grade Takes Field Trip to Trailside Nature Museum - 10/12/18

By Cynthia Baffa, 3rd grade teacherLast week, all five 3rd grade classes visited the Trailside Nature Museum in Westchester County to participate in a program about the Lenape and other native people... Read more

6th Grade Philanthropy Club Delivers Meals to Seniors - 10/06/18

This Thursday, Ms. Audrey Shalom, Middle School history teacher and Advisor of the Philanthropy Club, led a group of 12 students on an important mission. Partnering with CityMeals and the West Side... Read more

Girls Volleyball Begins "Dig Pink" Fundraising for Breast Cancer Research - 10/05/18

For the past six years, CGPS volleyball coach Renee Rivera has had a mission. Each year, the girls’ volleyball teams come together for one month and work to fundraise for breast cancer research in an... Read more

KB Ventures Out to the New York Botanical Gardens - 10/05/18

It’s October, and that means the Grammar School is starting to kick off their year with their first round of field trips! This week, KB and teachers Ashley Grossman, Ana Brunson and Amber Watkins... Read more

6th Graders Get a Closer Look with Microscopes - 10/05/18

This week, 6th graders took their scientific observations to the next level. Guided by Middle School science teacher Dyan Frieberg, the 6th graders learned to use microscopes in preparation for their... Read more

Grammar School Hosts First Author Visit of the Year - 10/05/18

Last week, Christina Matula, author of The Shadow in the Moon, visited the Grammar School for the division’s first author visit of the year. We interviewed Ms. Matula about exploring Asian culture in... Read more

11th and 12th Graders Gather for the Annual Summer Reading Symposium - 09/28/18

At the end of the previous academic year, the Prep School English department, in collaboration with teachers from other departments, presented its soon-to-be 11th and 12th grade students with a list... Read more