Latin Featured in Article on Charter School Diversity

Latin Featured in Article on Charter School Diversity

A Bright Spot in School Diversity Diverse public charter schools are in demand and growing. By David Osborne and Emily Langhorne | Nov. 29, 2017, at 3:30 p.m. The Albert Shanker Institute recently released a report that analyzed the negative effects of private schools...
Music to Our Ears

Music to Our Ears

Junior Ava Tiller and sophomore Nora Butler participated at the All National Honors Ensembles Festival in Florida this week. In order for a student to make it into the All National Ensemble, students must begin their application process in October of the previous...
Chatting about the Classics

Chatting about the Classics

Several dozen people joined Parent Faculty Association members gathered at the Hill Center on Capitol Hill to discuss the Classical Curriculum. The event featured Latin and Honors Humanities teacher Mr. Clausen, who spoke about the roots of Greek and Roman philosophy...
Scripts and Scenes

Scripts and Scenes

Eighth graders in English class created dramatic scenes based on the book they completed Enrique’s Journey. The scenes depicted moments from the nonfiction story of a Honduran boy who travels alone to America to reunite with his mother through Mexico. Students...
Coding Challenge

Coding Challenge

In Ms. Dobler’s science class sixth graders used coding in a simulation to free Chesapeake fish, while reviewing for their atoms and periodic table quiz. Similar to an escape room, students were given some clues and tasked to solve those clues using chemistry...