Congratulations to Lydia Grosswendt '20, who placed as a finalist in the 36th Annual National Shakespeare Competition in New York City! Lydia competed against 50 students from around the US on stage at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center Theater.
Upper School Blog
On Monday, May 13, almost 200 students from 17 different Providence-area schools came together at Veterans Memorial Auditorium to perform The Tempest as part of Shakespeare in the City.
Congratulations to all students who participated and won awards in the Small Independent Schools Art League (SISAL) Juried Art Show!
Congratulations to Faye Thompson '19, for winning a place in the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's Young Playwrights Festival 2019! This tremendous honor is only given to five playwrights out of the hundreds who enter.
This year's Future is Feminist Conference, a student-run and student-led full-day conference about all things feminism, was held on April 10 with centered around this year's theme: "So, Where Do I Fit In?"