Category: Students

Marjane Satrapi in Boston!

Yesterday, six students from the Upper School traveled into Boston to hear a lecture by Marjane Satrapi, author of Persepolis. Satrapi touched on many points throughout her lecture but she highlighted three main points: – Education is important! – If…

The Night Before Finals

This poem (based on Clement Moore’s “The Night Before Christmas”) was written by alumna Joy Fowler, Dana Hall Class of 1939.  Some things were different 75 years ago, others not so much. Visualize puppies and kittens, and good luck on those exams!…

Student author!

Tonea Melvin 2012 published Broken Promises; Mended Lies: Inside the Mind of Tonea Melvin last year and we now have two copies in the library. Come take a look at the writing of your talented classmate!  

They’re here!

The Library now has 20 iPads available for use by the whole community–come try one!  Teachers using them in classes get first dibs, but after that they are available for use according to the following guidelines: Academic Day (M-F) 8:00…

Want to be a library page?

Attention all upcoming sophomores, juniors and seniors! The library is now accepting applications to be a library page for the 2012-2013 academic year. We’re looking for hardworking, reliable and enthusiastic students to work with us to help our library run smoothly. If…