2 to study in Rennes, Beijing

By Claire Goldsmith Two sophomores will spend the 2012-2013 school year living with host families in foreign countries as part of the School Year Abroad program. Alex McNab ’14 will live in Beijing, China while Matthew Kelson ’14 will attend the program in Rennes, France. In Beijing, McNab will integrate immersion in Chinese culture with […]

Fukushima shifts to dean, Wareham to librarian

By Keane Muraoka-Robertson History teacher Karen Fukushima will become a middle school dean next fall, replacing current eighth grade dean Karen Wareham, who will return to working in the library. Head of School Jeanne Huybrechts announced the change Feb. 21 in an email to middle school students and faculty. Fukushima will work with Middle School […]

Concord Review uses senior's essay

by Mac Taylor Daniel Lee’s ’08 AP United States History term paper was selected by the Concord Review for its spring 2008 issue. The review is a quarterly academic journal that showcases history essays submitted by high school students. The spring issue includes 11 essays submitted by students from around the English-speaking world. Lee wrote […]

The history girls

By Cathi Choi, Faire Davidson and Ashley Halkett Many students find the names Halkett, Waterhouse and Maddock on their schedules, but history teacher Eric Zwemer has them on his class roster. This year, three history teachers have sophomore daughters on campus. Drew Maddock, Dr. David Waterhouse and Nini Halkett are the parents of Molly ’09, […]