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Tickets for our Spring Gala are sold out! We greatly appreciate the enthusiasm for this event that will bring our community together in support of our School.
David Oks will serve as a page this summer for United States Senator Chuck Schumer, following in the footsteps of several well-known public figures.
Leavening his lesson with humor, poet Taylor Mali gave Middle School students tips on writing poetry during a workshop in the Library Conference Room on Tuesday, April 18.
Two Masters teams will compete in the seventh annual National Championships of The National History Bee and Bowl this weekend in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA.
The varsity baseball team is off to a strong start this spring, defeating York Prep, 11-6, on April 13 and Berkley Carroll, 7-6, on April 12.
Masters students will tackle issues ranging from censorship to the intersections of race and power at TEDxTheMastersSchool, a TEDx event at The Masters School campus on May 20.
A Masters robotics team received the Honor Award – the highest award presented – at the recent CREATE Open Division Tournament in Iowa.
A benefit concert for The Sharing Community on April 7 at the Claudia Boettcher Theatre raised nearly $4,000 for the nonprofit organization.
On Thursday, April 27, 2017, The Masters School will host our community in the Maureen Fonseca Center for Athletics and Arts with the purpose of "Sustaining our Future."
Green Day's "American Idiot" will be performed at this year's Great Gig in the Sky, which will take place at 7:00 PM on Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22 at the Claudia Boettcher Theatre.
As you approach the Fonseca Center these days, you'll see the faces of 31 Masters students gazing at you from the second-floor windows.
EFFECT, the student-run sustainability committee, is organizing a Sustainability Fair, a documentary film showing and a talk on climate change for the week leading to Earth Day on April 22.
A group of Upper School students tackled a variety of issues during the Human Rights Institute for High School Leaders at Iona College during spring break.
Middle School student Christopher Gatty will play guitar as part of an ensemble at a concert in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on Monday, April 10.
David Oks won a Silver Medal in the national Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards contest, for a critical essay on electoral strategy.
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