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The boys' and girls' varsity cross-country teams performed well at the NEPSTA Division III championships and the FAA championships.
Upper School students will have a chance to immerse themselves in the culture of Senegal during the "Home Sweet Senegal" summer international trip from June 11-29, 2018.
Senior boys' tennis standout Oren Vasser held a signing ceremony in front of family, friends, coaches and administrators on Tuesday afternoon in the Fonseca Center's Sharon Room.
Rajani Dhongchai, co-founder of the first official alternative school in Thailand, described how the institution has improved the lives of its students during a Morning Meeting presentation on Tuesday, November 14.
Families and other community members turned out to see Preludes, the Middle School's musical theater troupe, give two polished performances on November 10 in the Fonseca Center's Experimental Theater.
Masters' Dance Company presented a mix of riveting and humorous dance pieces at its fall dance concert on November 10 and 11 at the Claudia Boettcher Theatre.
Harvey Wang, a critically acclaimed photographer and filmmaker, discussed one of his films and a selection of his photos with Upper School students this week.
The eighth grade class visited significant historical sites in support of their studies of American history and identity during a trip to Philadelphia on November 1.
The boys' varsity soccer squad kept its Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) title defense alive this past week, scoring victories over King and GFA to advance to Saturday's final.
Confirming the appeal of the Masters learning experience, the Middle and Upper School Open Houses drew large crowds in October and November.
Masters junior and 16-year-old David Oks is currently campaigning to be mayor of the Village of Ardsley. Oks will be running against Nancy Kaboolian, who served as deputy mayor under the retiring current mayor, Peter Porcino.
Students tried out goggles that mimic the effects of alcohol impairment and engaged in other educational activities during this year's Red Ribbon Week at Masters.
Upper School students, faculty and staff members presented videos and skits inspired by movies and television shows at a scarily entertaining Halloween Morning Meeting on Tuesday, October 31.
Seventh graders dressed in costumes and portrayed immigrants during the Middle School's Ellis Island Reenactment Day on Monday, October 30. The annual event is part of the students' yearlong study of immigration.
Community members turned out to watch the timely Upper School fall play, "The Crucible," on October 27 and 28 at the Claudia Boettcher Theater.
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