• Amanda Kemp '84: Keynote Speaker at Convocation


    Dr. Amanda Kemp, a member of the Class of 1984, will address the topic of diversity as the keynote speaker at The Masters School Convocation ceremony on Saturday, October 18, at 11:00 a.m. in the Strayer Hall gym. The entire community is honored to have Dr. Kemp discuss diversity, the school-wide theme for 2014-2015, at this annual celebration of the academic life of the School. Click on the headline to learn more.

  • Join the Great Glee Club Revival!

    Sing your heart out as part of the Great Glee Club Revival! The entire Masters School community, including students, parents, alumnae/i, faculty and staff, are invited to join the Glee Club for two performances annually in October and June. Click on the headline for details.

  • The MAAC is Progressing!

    Read all about the latest developments in construction of the Masters Athletic and Arts Center (MAAC). And take a look at the work that is being done to streamline and modernize Strayer Hall. Click on the headline to read the MAAC Update.

  • "Leaping Dragon" Mural Comes to Life on Campus Wall


    With a message designed to inspire students, artist Vicente Saavedra is creating a "Leaping Dragon" mural on the walkway wall between Masters Hall and the Cameron Mann Dining Hall. The mural, which is based on a Chinese legend, depicts a Koi fish in the process of transforming into a golden dragon. Click on the headline to learn more.

  • Awards Recognize Upper School Students


    Two awards ceremonies--one for seniors and the other for underclassmen--recognized Upper School students for their achievements and dedication to The Masters School. Click on the headline for a complete list of award recipients.

  • Kumaradjaja Wins First Place in Architecture Competition


    Congratulations to Christopher Kumaradjaja '16, who won first place in the 2014 Discover Design National High School Architecture Competition. Click on the headline for details.

  • Class of 2014 Graduates with Style!


    Tossing red roses in the air amid the cheers and applause, the Class of 2014 graduated on Saturday, June 7, on a picture-perfect day in the beautiful setting of Graduation Terrace. Click on the link to view a photo album from Graduation 2014.

  • Eithiopians Celebrate Well Funded by Middle School


    Congratulations to the Middle School, whiich exceeded its goal of $5,000 and raised a total of $6,700 to build a well for an African village. The well digging has been completed in Goradera, Ethiopia. The children there no longer have to walk all day for water and will be able to go to school! Extra funds were used to provide needed spinal surgery for a village resident. Click on the headline to learn more.

  • Class of 2018 Looks to the Future


    Reflecting on the love and support they have received in Middle School--and the fun they've had along the way--the Class of 2018 took the first step in their journey to the Upper School during graduation ceremonies on June 4. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Masters of Rock Music Fills the Great Hall


    The fifth annual Masters of Rock concert filled the Middle School's Great Hall with music during performances by three bands on June 2. Click on the headline for more.

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