• Masters Music Memos - April 2014

    Masters Music News - Read All About It! Get all the latest news from the Music Department with Masters Music Memos. And check out all the upcoming dates so you don't miss a single event! Click here to read

  • Kids Have a BLAST at Junior Games!

  • Middle School Honors Winter Athletes


    The Middle School honored its winter athletes at the Winter Sports Awards Ceremony held on February 28 in the Great Hall. Click on the headline to see who received Athletic Achievement Awards!

  • Students Meet M3 Challenge with Gusto!


    Four teams...18 students...one day...14 hours...one problem: It must be Moody's Mega Math Challenge! Click on the headline for details and photos of Upper School students in the throes of the M3 Challenge.

  • Middle School's "Panther Press" is Back!


    Congratulations to all the students who worked diligently to resurrect Panther Press, The Masters Middle School newsletter. With guidance from faculty advisor Margaret George, the staff has created a must-read issue! Click on the headline to read the latest issue of Panther Press.

  • Benefit Blossoms with Elegance, Fun and Prizes!


    Stunning displays of orchids, extraordinary food, stellar auction and raffle prizes , and great company were the hallmarks of the Masters in Bloom Spring Benefit, held March 8 at The New York Botanical Garden. Clcik on the headline for a link to the gallery of images from the professional photographer, Michael Polito.

  • Mandelbrot Ranks Top 10 Masters Mathletes

    After five rounds of testing over as many months, final scores have been tallied for The Mandelbrot Individual Competition. The Mandelbrot Competition is an annual mathematics competition that allows high school students to compete individually and in four-person teams. Click on the headline to view rankings for the Top 10 Masters Students.

  • Author Offers Insights into Civil War Draft Riots


    Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 6, when author Barnet Schecter will be on campus to discuss his book, The Devil's Own Work: The Civil War Draft Riots and the Fight to Reconstruct America. The presentation, which is sponsored by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society and The Masters School, is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre. Click on the headline for details.

  • Join the Fun at 32nd Annual Junior Games March 8

    The students and faculty of The Masters School will host the 32nd annual Junior Games on the school campus on Saturday, March 8, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in conjunction with South East Consortium (SEC), an organization that provides programs and services to hundreds of individuals with special needs. Come join the fun!

  • Seventh Grade Art Exhibition Enlivens the Dining Hall


    Paintings on display in the Cameron Mann Dining Hall were created by seventh grade art classes under the guidance of art teacher Vicente Saavedra. They were inspired by two exhibitions that students visited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in fall 2013. Click on the headline for details and to view more images.

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