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Senior attackman Geoff Fox graduates as Masters' all-time leading scorer in boys' lacrosse.
Four seventh graders gave speeches on subjects ranging from eminent domain to the National Endowment for the Arts during a presentation in Doc Wilson Hall.
Students performed original songs and read original poetry before a large crowd of families at the Eighth Grade Arts Expo on Wednesday, May 17in Doc Wilson Hall.
Softball star Nina Hylton held a signing ceremony in front of a large crowd of friends, teachers, administrators and coaches on Wednesday afternoon in Strayer Hall.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators has recognized Mingyu "Kenneth" Li for his performance in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search competition.
The DESI Club sponsored a trip to Governors Island on May 6 to participate in Holi, a Hindu festival of colors that celebrates diversity and the arrival of spring.
Masters' eighth graders explored key historic sites and visited the New England Holocaust Memorial during a wide-ranging trip to Boston from May 4 to May 5.
Topics ranging from modern-day housing to ancient Roman transportation were featured in the ninth grade City Project presentations on Monday, May 8 in Estherwood Mansion.
"New Beginnings," a Dance Company concert, will take place May 18-20 in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre.
Emma Rubinson invites community members to experience "Meraki," an interactive exhibition she has created for her senior project.
A small but talented group of Masters School students are teeing off on nearby courses this spring.
Dozens of innovative projects were displayed during the Middle School's annual Celebration of Science on Friday, April 28 in Doc Wilson Hall.
Masters' Spring Gala on April 27 set new School records for fundraising and attendance, giving a significant boost to efforts to sustain the future of our School.
Our students are working tirelessly to fine-tune their presentations, which will tackle a variety of thought-provoking topics. The first-ever TEDx event will take place on Saturday, May 20 at 2:00 PM and you can watch live here!
Families, friends and students filled the Claudia Boettcher Theatre to see "American Idiot," this year's Great Gig in the Sky, on April 21 and 22.
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