• Four Teachers Earn Prestigious Awards


    Four faculty awards were announced at Convocation on October 18 by Head of School Maureen Fonseca. These awards are funded by endowments established to provide annual recognition to teachers in designated areas across the curriculum. Click on the headline to learn more about these talented teachers.

  • Masters Appoints New Head of School


    It is with great excitement that The Masters School Board of Trustees announces the appointment of Laura Danforth as the next Head of School, effective July 1, 2015. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Zetetics Introduces Students to Engineering


    Robots in Morris Hall? It's not an invasion, it's the new Zetetics Engineering and Robotics co-curricular organized by math teacher John Chiodo. Click on the headline to learn more.

  • $4 Million Gift Names The Masters School Natatorium


    The Masters School announced it has received an additional $2 million gift from the Hamill Family Foundation. This unrestricted endowment gift will provide ongoing funds for the maintenance and staffing of the natatorium, which houses the new six-lane competitive and recreational swimming pool and is connected to the Masters Athletic and Arts Center. The Hamill Family Foundation’s initial gift of $2 million early in the campaign will support construction of the new facility. These two gifts from the Hamill Family Foundation are made in memory of Joan Smith Hamill ’34 and the natatorium will be named in her honor as the Joan Smith Hamill Natatorium. Click on the headline for details.

  • New York City Comes Alive for Class of 2018

  • Jeans Day Supports Education in Rwanda


    A moving presentation on efforts to provide a quality education to children in Rwanda marked Upper School Jeans Day on October 3. Guest speaker Ed Ballen discussed the Rwanda Education Assistance Project (REAP) and its commitment to helping children in the face of multiple challenges including poverty, HIV and post-genocide trauma. Click on the headline for details.

  • Old Croton Aqueduct Gets Help from Masters Students


    Volunteer work on the Old Croton Aqueduct has been a MISH project in past years. So when the Aqueduct booth opened at the Ferry Festa on September 27 in Dobbs Ferry, it was no surprise to find students and faculty under the tent. Click on the headline for more photos.

  • Take a Look Inside the MAAC


    The Masters Athletic and Arts Center is progressing every day! Click on the headline to view interior shots of the building's spaces at they take shape.

  • Masters Sisters Make Founder's Day Appearance


    The annual Delta-Phi tug of war capped off a fun-filled Founder's Day on Friday, September 19. One hallmark of the day was an appearance by the School's founders, Miss Eliza Bailey Masters and her sister, Miss Sallie Masters, dressed in period costumes and riding horses. Click on the headline for details and to access a gallery of Founder's Day photos.

  • Seventh Graders Take on Exploration Week Challenges


    Seventh grade Exploration Week challenged students to work collaboratively to solve research quests, create team banners and complete a scavenger hunt. Click on the headline to learn more and view additional photos.

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