An Independent Day School for Grades 6-12


List of 5 news stories.

  • A PET Project For PAC Pets

    A PET Project For PAC Pets

    Hidden amongst a row of eucalyptus trees between the Mansion turf field and the back fence is a new dog run for our PAC pets. Now, thanks to the group of 14 students in Mr. Martinez’s Physics, Engineering, and Technology (PET) class, our furry friends have some fancy fixtures for frolicing fun!
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  • MS Parent/Child "Summerfest"

    Our core value of Engage with Enthusiasm was on full display on September 30 as 350 parents, guardians, and Middle School students gathered at the Upper School Mansion for Summerfest. The Mansion was overrun by creative selfie stations and fun carnival games like ring toss, balloon darts, skeeball, and air hockey.
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  • What's in your bag?

    What's in your bag with Sam D ‘28 and Hanna P ‘24

    Ever wondered what students carry around with them all day? Peek into the contents of a MS and US student’s bags below and you’ll get a sense of what our students are up to. Sam D ‘28 is a Middle School Crystal Ambassador, plays multiple sports, and enjoys reading for pleasure. Hanna P ‘24 is a cast member of the US Fall Play, Twelfth Night, loves acting and dancing, and is world-ranked equestrian vaulter.
  • “Going” to Canada in MS French Class

    Lorene Dupeuble’s 7th grade French class “traveled” to Quebec for the culmination of their unit on Canada. After learning in French about "cabanes à sucre" (sugar shack), they boiled their own syrup and made "tires sur neige" (maple syrup lollipops).
  • STEM Symposium

    Led by presidents Isabel J '24, Angelina C '23, Saskia B '24, and Lachlan G '24, the US STEM Invention Studio hosted their second annual STEM Symposium on March 17. With an overall turnout of over 150 attendees, an on-campus food truck, high-caliber project presentations from MS and US students, and an inspiring panel/Q&A with industry professionals, this year's event was a great success!
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