“To all who seek to learn and all who love to teach”

We believe that education is a training of character, and character is the intersection of intellectual development and moral integrity. 

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Chance to Chat

Chance to Chat

The school hosted more than 1000 conferences on the last two Wednesdays. Parents will have a final chance to meet with their children’s teachers on Tuesday November 24. Both Monday and Tuesday classes will be asynchronous to allow teachers a chance to speak with...

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Shedding Light on Twilight

Shedding Light on Twilight

The Theatre department will livestream a presentation of Anna Deavere Smith’s play Twilight Los Angeles, 1992 on Friday the 20th and 27th at 7pm. The play was composed from the 300 interviews Deavere completed to cull reactions to the 1992 riots that followed the...

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Busy Bodies

Busy Bodies

Physics and AP Environmental science teacher and wrestling coach Mr. Torrence will be teaching a Wrestling Wednesdays event every week at 4pm for any interested students. The class will include self-defense, boxing, wrestling, and elements of mixed martial arts.  He...

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Writing to Listen

Writing to Listen

Professor Sarah Federman visited an 8th grade English class today to talk about conflict resolution. Federman, a professor at the University of Baltimore's school of Public Policy, earned her PhD in conflict resolution at George Mason University. Federman is a scholar...

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Author in Residence

Author in Residence

Children's book writer Emma Otheguy visited an eighth grade English class on Friday to share details about her recent mystery story Secrets of the Silver Lion, which is part of the Carmen Sandiego series. Eighth graders recently completed a mystery unit and wrote...

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UPCOMING EVENTS