• Focus on "Process" Culminates in Senior Art Show


    Throughout their years at Masters, art students focus on the "process" rather than the "product." That attention to developing skills and fostering creativity culminated at the 2014 Senior Art Show opening reception on May 27. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Students Aid Veterans at Memorial Day Tribute


    Middle School students continue their service to the military started by retired Middle School Science teacher Bob Schleimer. Through their association with the Military Order of the Purple Heart, students assisted at the annual Veteran's Appreciation Day and Memorial Tribute Ceremony held at Rye Playland.

  • Free Soccer Clinic with NY Cosmos Coaches


    The Masters School will be hosting a clinic for competitive soccer players ages 10-14 on Monday, June 2, and Monday, June 9 at The Masters School's Greene Family Field. Click on the headline for details.

  • City Project Details Urban Life--Past and Present


    After months of research, arranging interviews with experts, traveling to New York City, and creating exhibits, the Class of 2017 had the opportunity to display all their work at the City Project exhibition on May 21. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Outdoor Club Navigates "The Labyrinth"


    Members of the Outdoor Club traveled to Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY, to experience the rock scramble nicknamed "The Labyrinth." Click on the headline to view photos of their day in the great outdoors!

  • Students Join "Sustainable Dobbs" Clean-Up


    Upper School students pitched in to help the "Sustainable Dobbs" program clean up the village. Accompanied by Amy Atlee, Director of Community Service, students worked their way along Cedar Street picking up litter until they reached the entrance to the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Seventh Grade Explores Liberty Science Center


    On May 1, the seventh grade visited the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey. The first stop was at the IMAX theatre, the largest IMAX dome theatre in the nation, where students and chaperones viewed a movie about the survival of an endangered species called lemurs. Click on the headline to view more photos.

  • Cum Laude Society Inducts New Members

    The prestigious Cum Laude Society, which honors academic excellence, inducted eight seniors and four juniors into its ranks on May 19. They join three seniors who were inducted last year. Click on the headline for details.

  • Marsh Ecology Comes to Life for Sixth Graders


    Sixth graders took their annual trip to the Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary in Garrison, New York, on May 13-14. The girls and boys both took part in a brook study, where they were able to catch and identify various organisms native to the Hudson River. Click on the headline to learn more.

  • Track & Field Team Results for NEPSTA Meet

    The Track & Field team chalked up a very strong finish to the season on May 17 at the NEPSTA Division II Championships. The highlight of the day was when Junior Isaac Sampson won the 100-meter dash in a school record time of 11.03, just .02 off the New England Division II record. Click on the headline for details.

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