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Masters won The Harvey School VEX Robotics tournament for the second consecutive year on February 18.
Sixth graders celebrated World Read Aloud Day by reading passages from poems and books to students at a Dominican Republic school via a live video connection.
The Middle School's Winter Talent Show on February 17 showcased the creative skills of over two dozen students before a crowd of parents, faculty and fellow students.
Starting next week, students in the Masters Thesis class will present their research in evening symposia that are open to all parents, students, faculty and administrators.
The varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams both won FAA quarterfinal games on Tuesday evening at the Fonseca Center.
As a preview for the official opening of Footloose, the Musical next weekend, the Masters community and guests are invited to the second annual Understudy Showcase tonight at 8:00 PM in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre.
As a member of this year's GRAMMY Camp-Jazz Session Choir, Noah Rosner attended the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards on February 12 and performed at the official after-party.
Three Upper School and two Middle School students garnered awards in the 2017 Hudson-to-Housatonic Writing Region of the Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards program.
Over 500 carnations were sold and $1,100 was raised during a "Share the Love" fundraising effort for Jonestown, MS during the past two weeks.
Sophomore Teddy Rockas, a pianist, won a first-place Platinum award in the national Young Classical Virtuosos of Tomorrow competition.
Dan Barber, the keynote speaker at the Masters Matters symposium on February 15, called for the creation of a sustainable agricultural economy that "dictates the use of the whole farm."
The boys' varsity squash team made history this past weekend at The Loomis Chaffee School, capturing the Division III U.S. High School Team Championship.
Focusing on the timely subject of global refugees, Asylum, the Upper School's winter play, resonated with audiences at the Fonseca Center's Experimental Theater on February 3 and 4.
Junior Henry Williams and his team were among the top 16 finalists in Battlecode 2017, an artificial intelligence programming competition held at MIT on February 4.
The History Department kicked off its annual tenth grade Model United Nations project with a panel discussion featuring three visiting experts in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre on February 3.
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