Last week, the scholars of this year’s John Near & Mitra Family Scholar Grant Program conducted salons via Zoom discussing the results of the several months’ worth of research they had carried out in the topics of their choice.
Late last month, this year’s Near-Mitra scholars held virtual salons, which consisted of a presentation summarizing each scholar’s research followed by a question-and-answer session
Junior Sally Zhu was recently published in the Concord Review, an academic journal featuring the historical research of high school students.
The lower school recognized the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a wide variety of activities and class sessions that discussed his life and the lessons to be learned in his battle for civil rights.
In recognition of Constitution Day, recognized this past Monday, upper school history teacher Julie Wheeler’s AP U.S. history students participated in a special video chat discussion on the First Amendment.