Category Archives: Student Life

Wacky Wednesday

Antonia Gomez ’21 and Pia Serowik ’21 wore some wild outfits for the middle school’s Wacky Wednesday. Each day during the middle school’s spirit week features a different theme.

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Focus Friday

RJ Jaczko ’17, Ryan Cook ’17 and Ian Harris ’17 get into the long weekend mindset by soaking up some sun on the beach while watching a video for class.

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Spring Studying

Studying in the courtyard behind Shattuck Schoolhouse to start the week on a warm note

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Puzzle Me This

This 1000 piece puzzle in the college counseling office has been slowly taking shape over the past few weeks.

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White Walkers

On President’s Day, an Outing Club group of five students and five adults hiked the Glencliff Trail to the summit of Mount Moosilauke in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Wild West

The Parents Association hosted a surprise Wild West themed lunch for Class III students today, complete with faculty wanted posters.

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Cogito

Jason Tang ’18 passes out the first issue of “Cogito”, the new journal published by the International Affairs Club in conjunction with the History and Social Science Department. The journal features student-written articles pertaining to current international political issues as … Continue reading

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Bow Tie

Toby Urell ’20 gets some help with his bow tie for alpine skiing’s race day team dress.

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Yearbook Design

The yearbook staff works on designing pages for the book’s 105th volume.

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TGIF OPS

David Roane gives Olly Ogbue ’20 a brief lesson in feathering during Thank Goodness it’s Friday Open Painting Studios (TGIF OPS).

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