• Renowned Innovators Address Creativity Forum


    "Can Creativity Be Taught?" was the first of several dynamic and relevant educational topics addressed in the new Masters Matters series. Steve Apkon, Founder of The Jacob Burns Film Center, and Peter Gelb, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera, were on hand to offer their thoughts. Click on the headline for details.

  • "My Mighty Hudson" Comes to The Masters School


    Sixth graders were riveted by a slide show presentation by Mitchell Bring P’17, author of the children’s book, My Mighty Hudson. Click on the headline for details.

  • 5th Grade Fromage Enthusiasts Enjoy Degustation


    After studying the different regions of France, their respective cheeses, and the production of cheese through the process of ageing and maturing, fifth grade cheese lovers in Mme du Boulay’s French class enjoyed a degustation while watching the Adventures of Tintin.

  • Internet Expert to Address Students, Parents


    Educational speaker Josh Gunderson, who specializes in Internet safety and cyberbullying, will address Middle School students on Wednesday, November 12 at 2:00 p.m., followed by a presentation for parents that evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Great Hall. Click on the headline for details on this program sponsored by the Parent Association.

  • Philadelphia Trip Brings History to Life


    Eighth graders had an opportunity to experience history on a class trip to Philadelphia. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Tower Named Finalist in NSPA Contest

    Congratulations to the staff of Tower, which was chosen as one of only eight finalists in the NSPA (National Scholastic Press Association) 2014 Newspaper Pacemaker contest. Click on the headline for details.

  • "On Location" Class Meets "Madame Secretary"


    "On Location," the School's new collaborative filmmaking course, was all set for the second off-campus trip to film at historic Untermyer Park. Then the class got a better offer. Click on the headline to find out what happened.

  • 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.

  • Barbie and Ken Bungee Jump for Math Class


    The consideration of cord length and other variables is very important in a bungee jump—too short a cord, and the jumper doesn’t get much of a thrill; too long, and splat! That’s why Barbie and Ken made an appearance in some Upper School math classes. Click on the headline for details.

  • SADD Sponsors Red Ribbon Week Activities


    A series of activities in October recognized Red Ribbon Week, which educates students about drug and alcohol abuse. The events were organized by SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions). Click on the headline for details.

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