offered greater leadership opportunities than co-educational peers.
feel academically challenged versus 44% in co-educational environments.
more likely to matriculate to math, science, and technology careers.
Saturday, October 14, from 9 - 5 at Lincoln School
Senator Jack Reed Visits Lower School
We are thrilled to welcome a talented group of new faculty and staff for the 2023–24 school year.
Mind, Body, and Spirit: I was able to nurture all three during my 10-day excursion to Northern California, thanks to the Hibbit Rockwell Grant
Embarking on a research expedition to Sicily allowed me to delve into the rich history of libraries in the region. Sicily, a Mediterranean cultural crossroads, boasts a history deeply intertwined with the development of knowledge preservation. My journey offered remarkable insights into how these repositories of knowledge have adapted under diverse cultural influences. Each library I visited showcased a unique blend of history, resilience, and dedication to knowledge preservation.
Jerusalem’s Old City was just the beginning. Emerging from a maze of ancient narrow streets, I could see in a single glance the imposing face of the Wailing Wall, which Jews regard as the holiest place to pray, as well as the golden dome of the al Aqsa mosque, marking the location where Muslims believe Mohammed was taken up into Heaven, and also the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, thought by Christians to be built on the site of Jesus’s burial.
The newly established Hibbitt/Rockwell Fund Travel Fellowship is an opportunity for faculty and student-facing staff to engage in a travel experience that will energize and enrich their professional lives. The intention of this program is to promote enthusiasm and creativity in their work with students. Silvia Campbell, Upper School Spanish teacher recently went to Japan. Below is her story.
This July, like many others, I was drawn into the hype surrounding the release of the movie Barbie. As a child of the 1970s, lifelong feminist, and head of a girls’ school, it is fair to say that I have complicated feelings about Barbie the doll and what she represents.