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Science Olympiad Goes to State

This past weekend, our middle school Science Olympiad team, led by Mrs. Khan, went to the state championship, where they competed against 34 other schools. The team won nine

The Value of Persistence

My last missive focused on How Children Succeed by Paul Tough, and traits that comprise one’s performance character. Carmit Segal’s research showcasing the link between coding speed (a proxy

Pi and Grit

One of my all-time favorite “educational books” is How Children Succeed by Paul Tough. Highlighting years of innovative social science research, Tough stresses the importance of certain performance character traits

Hard History with Dr. Jeffries

This past Tuesday, our staff was graced with the opportunity to hear from Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, a historian and professor who teaches classes centered on the Civil Rights and Black

Adaptation and Math Week

Several weeks ago, we invited prospective students to campus on a Saturday morning for admissions testing. Since parents were not allowed in the buildings, many took self-guided tours of campus,

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