Jennyfer "JJ" Marquez '19 celebrated her college commitment before a large group of friends, family, teammates, teachers, coaches and administratorsduring a ceremonyheld on Wednesday, March 6, in the Sharon Room.
The audience at the Winter Evening of Jazz concert, which took place on Thursday, February 28, in the Fonseca Center’s Morris Recital Hall, was treated to both modern and classic jazz tunes performed by Upper School musicians.
The Middle School's Literary Month ended this week with a three-day book fair and an event on Wednesday, February 27, with author, literary agent and Masters parent Tanya McKinnon P'24 on "Talking About Hard History."
The normally quiet third floor of the Fonseca Center was filled with decorations and buzzing with conversations on Wednesday, February 27, as dozens of students gathered to participate in a speed dating psychology experiment.
The Middle School Winter Talent Show on Friday, February 15, lived up to its name, with more than a dozen students taking the stage in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre to showcase their talents during performances that included singing, magic tricks, playing guitar and solving Rubik’s Cube puzzle.
Dobbs 16 took the stage this past weekend at the International Championship of High School A Cappella quarterfinals in Wakefield, Massachusetts, performing three well-crafted songs at the annual competition.
A big topic — climate change — was on the table during the seventh-grade life science class on Monday, February 4, as Dr. Radley Horton P’24 from Columbia University’s Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory visited with the students to share pertinent information and ways to make a positive impact.
The Masters School was delighted to welcome 12 students and two faculty from Chengdu School Number 7 International Division in Chengdu, China, for a successful and memorable exchange from Sunday, January 27, through Saturday, February 9.
Eighth-grade vocalist Alisa Beck '23 will be adding another performance to her already impressive repertoire, as she joins the Random Farms Kids’ Theater production of Rentat the Tarrytown Music Hall on Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10.
A cast of 16 Upper School students took the stage in the Experimental Theater on Friday, February 1, and Saturday, February 2, for the School’s first musical revue, entitled Doors: A Musical Exploration.
It was both a celebration of progress and a conversation about current issues that powered the Middle School's Martin Luther King Jr. Day events on Tuesday, January 22. Students and faculty gathered in Doc Wilson Hall on to commemorate the iconic leader of the American Civil Rights Movement and his legacy.
The streets and people of New York City provided inspiration for Upper School students in Ms. Langosch’s digital photography and photo major classes, as the group headed to the city last week for a day of experiential learning.
It has been over a month since the varsity girls' basketball squad last tasted defeat. The red-hot Panthers extended their winning streak to eight games following a convincing 78-49 victory over Rye Country Day School (RCDS) on Thursday, January 24.
A weekend storm and freezing temperatures didn’t stop two Masters School choirs from heading to Bronxville, New York, on Sunday, January 20, to perform with the Hudson Valley Singers and New York Metamorphoses Ensemble at Concordia College.
The theme of “personal narrative” was front and center at the Upper School’s annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as students and faculty used their voices and experiences to highlight social issues.
Despite the stiff competition on the court, participants in the student versus faculty basketball tournament on Friday, December 21, 2018, were playing with a shared goal in mind: to spread awareness about and raise funds for the Innocence Project.