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The varsity field hockey squad secured its first victory of the season on Wednesday afternoon, edging visiting Riverdale Country School, 1-0, in double-overtime.
Fifth graders visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on October 11 to do research for the Puppet Operas project.
The Masters School and Rye Country Day School will host a Saturday Summit on Social Justice (SSSJ) at The Masters School from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM on October 28.
A musical co-written by faculty member Jonathan Karpinos will be performed starting October 24 at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Author and entrepreneur Seth Godin gave the keynote address, "Becoming Someone Who Matters – Because We Need You More Than Ever," at the Convocation ceremony on Saturday, October 14.
A sukkah, a small temporary shelter, was recently built next to the Dining Hall to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
A host of sustainable features led to the Fonseca Center's recent receipt of LEED Gold Certification. LEED is a globally recognized symbol of excellence in green building.
The eleventh grade class will host a basketball game and other MISH events on Friday, October 20 to raise funds for those devastated by the recent hurricane in Puerto Rico.
Sister Kay Burton praised the School's contributions to community service efforts in Jonestown, Mississippi during a presentation on campus this week. It was her first visit in 21 years of partnership with Masters.
Members of the Masters community donated $1,617 for Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey relief efforts over the last few weeks.
"The Crucible," the Upper School fall play, will be performed at 7:00 PM on October 27 and 28 in the Claudia Boettcher Theater. The event is open to all, and admission is free.
It has been a promising season for the varsity girls' tennis squad, which has already secured three victories to surpass last year's win total.
Masters' Private Lessons Program is ready to roll! The link to the private lessons schedule for fall 2017 is below.
Peter Gisolfi Associates, the firm that designed the Fonseca Center for Athletics and Arts, has received an award for the project from the Westchester-Hudson Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Eighth grader Annabel "Annie" Fabian has a role in Backyard Wilderness, a documentary that explores the cycles of nature in a lower Hudson River Valley backyard.
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