TABS Speaking at Essex Summer 2014


TABS is pleased to announce that Executive Director, Pete Upham, and Director of Member Relations, Andy Hirt, will attend the Essex Institute this summer, June 18-20, in Essex, NY.

TABS Announces the North American Boarding Initiative


TABS is pleased to announce the official launch of the North American Boarding Initiative (NABI). A direct outgrowth of TABS Strategic Plan 2013-2017, NABI is an intensive, team effort to better understand and to reach the domestic boarding market.

Prep Schools Send Many Athletes to Olympic Games


Alumni from many TABS member schools will be participating in the XXII Olympic Winter Games.

TABS 2013 Conference Recap


TABS 2013 Annual Conference in Boston, MA brought together nearly 900 educators for two days to learn, connect, and inspire!

John R. "Jack" Eidam awarded 2013 Ruzicka Compass


John R. "Jack" Eidam, Dean of Admission at Wyoming Seminary awarded the 2013 Ruzicka Compass Premier Leadership Award.

TABS Report: Study of College Progress and Outcomes


TABS is please to share our fifth report in our TABS REPORTS series – Study of College Progress & Outcomes: First Findings.

Assisting in the Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts


As representatives of member schools arrive in the Philippines for the recruiting fair, some have found an opportunity to assist in the Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.

TABS Director of Research receives Fulbright Grant


TABS Director of Research has received a Fulbright grant.

A quarter-century of boarding school students publishing in the Concord Review


Perusing the complete 1988 to 2013 table of contents for the Concord Review, the world's only scholarly history journal for secondary school students, we count students published from 40 TABS Member schools, comprising about one-quarter of all the private schools represented and about ten percent of

Educator David Erdmann dies at 69


David Erdmann died accidentally on Oct. 7 while fly fishing.

Ex. Dir. Pete Upham interviewed on EducationTalk Radio


TABS Executive Director Pete Upham talks about what the organization does, how it supports member schools, and talks about what some of the research says about the power and value of attending a boarding school.

Ex. Dir. Pete Upham interviewed on EducationTalk Radio


TABS Executive Director Pete Upham talks about what the organization does, how it supports member schools, and talks about what some of the research says about the power and value of attending a boarding school.

TABS and NAIS Announce New Symposium to Focus on Global Education


TABS and the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) are partnering to host a flagship conference on international education.

TABS Annual Conference Registration Is Open


Registration is now open for TABS Annual Conference 2013 to be held in the Boston Marriott Copley Place on December 5-7.

FCC Seeks Public Comment Regarding E-Rate Program


The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seeks public comment on a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to review and update the E-Rate Program.

Education at a Glance 2013


Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's "Education at a Glance 2013" has been released, and it has found that the US spent 2.8 percent of its GDP on higher education in 2010. This report also found that education remains the best protection against unemployment, worldwide.

The Taft School, and Entire Independent School Community, Loses a Legend


Long time admissions director of The Taft School, Frederick H. "Ferdie" Wandelt III, dies at 65.

NCES releases new private school statistics


This week the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) updated the Private School Universe Survey (PSS), to include 2011-12 data on the total number of private schools, students, and teachers not supported primarily by public funds.

An overview of education in Nigeria


Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with approximately double the population of both Ethiopia and Egypt, the next biggest African countries by population size. Demographically the country is young and growing quickly, with 63 percent of the population under the age of 24 and a high avera

Globally Mobile Saudi Students: Agents of Economic, Social & Cultural Transformation?


Higher education advancement is closely tied to the development of a nation, and despite its relative wealth, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is no exception. In 2009, KSA adopted the Saudi Employment Strategy for a more sustainable economic future, including ‘Saudization’ policies aimed at reduc

OECD review of US vocational education and training


A generation ago, the United States had one of the highest levels of both high school and postsecondary attainment in the world. But now the US faces a global skills challenge, given rising education and skills levels in many competitor countries.

FREE Webinar: ESEA benefits and services to private schools


Wednesday, July 10, 2013, at 12:00 p.m. (EDT) ED will host a webinar on equitable services to private school teachers. Topics addressed: the participation of private school personnel; requirements of public schools to provide services to private schools; expenditures for and delivery of equitable se

NEW Principal Ambassador Fellowship Program


The U.S. Department of Education is pleased to announce the opening of the application process for the NEW Principal Ambassador Fellowship (PAF) program. Principals and School Heads from both public and private schools are eligible to apply.

NEW Emergency Operations Guides


This week, the Obama Administration released the Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans.

USED Office of Non-Public Education Equitable Services Web pages


The Office of Non-Public Education (ONPE) is pleased to announce that the new Equitable Services Implementation Plan (ESIP) webpages are up and running. The pages are specifically designed to house content related to the goals of ESIP in one convenient location.

US Education Dept Webinar, Title II, Part A Services to Private School Teachers, May 29


Wednesday, May 29, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. (EDT) ED will host a webinar on equitable services to private school teachers. Topics addressed: the participation of private school teachers; expenditures for equitable services; the delivery of equitable services; allowable program activities.

Equitable Services Implementation Plan Conference Calls


The U.S. Department of Education’s Offices of Non-Public Education (ONPE), Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), and Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) will host three conference calls to discuss the ESEA and IDEA Equitable Services Implementation Plan (ESIP) that the Departm

Student Climate & Conservation Congress, June 23-29


ALL students entering 9-12th grade, and a limited number of school faculty or staff, are invited to become a U.S. Green School Fellow and attend Sc3, the nation's premier week-long environmental leadership program.

Free Webinar: Bringing Teachers and Artists Together


Next week, the U.S. Department of Education is hosting a webinar about bringing teachers and artists together through artist residencies.

USDA Farm to School Grants


The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 established a federal Farm to School Program in order to assist eligible entities in implementing farm to school programs that improve access to local foods in eligible schools.

USDA Summer Food Service Program


The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally funded program administered by the States that helps fill the summer meal gap for low-income children by reimbursing organizations that serve children meals at feeding sites during summer months.

TABS Announces New Hire


TABS is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Hirt to the post of Director of Member Relations, effective September 1, 2013. Andy is currently Director of Admission at Brooks School in North Andover, MA.

Rick Schubart Awarded Ruzicka Compass Leadership Award


TABS is proud to announce that Dr. Richard "Rick" Schubart is the 2012 Recipient of the esteemed Ruzicka Compass Premier Leadership Award for his long-standing devotion and commitment to the world of boarding schools.

FREE Webinar on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and Equitable Services to Private School Students and Teachers, Wednesday, January 30


The webinar will address the obligations that state and local educational agencies (SEAs/LEAs) have related to providing equitable services to private school students and teachers in ESEA programs requiring their participation.

Fiscal Cliff Deal Affects Private Schools


Several components of the complex and dense law, called the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, are already known to carry clear consequences for private education.

Shade Structure Grant Program, American Academy of Dermatology


$8,000 grants to non-profits serving youth for outdoor shading and skin cancer prevention poster. Deadline Feb. 1. Recommendation by an Academy member required.

Applications for 2013-2014 Teaching Ambassador Fellowship Now Open


Apply to Be a Teaching Ambassador Fellow in the U.S. Education Department

US Education Department's Readiness & Emergency Management resources page


- Helping Children and Youth Recover from a Traumatic Event - Creating and Updating School Emergency Management Plans - Updated Hurricane and Recovery Resources

Team America Rocketry Challenge


Approximately 7,000 students from across the nation compete in TARC each year. Teams design, build and fly a model rocket that reaches a specific altitude and duration determined by a set of rules developed each year.

Free iBook on the benefits of private education


from Council for American Private Education (CAPE)

What is the economic impact of international students?


State-by-state and national estimates, from NAFSA

Funds for Teachers Grants


deadline, Jan. 31, 2013

Captain Planet Foundation Grants


deadline February 28, 2013 for environmental study projects

FREE Webinar: Equitable Services to Private School Teachers and Principals


Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1:30 p.m. (EST) the U.S. Education Department describes services available to independent schools from Title IIA (ESEA).

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for Students


deadlines range from December 15 to January 15 and vary by region and category

WES: Beyond More of the Same


The Top Four Emerging Markets for International (higher education) Student Recruitment

Trends in Student Aid 2012


Annual publication from the College Board

Pay-as-you-earn college loan repayment


Federal Registar: Secretary of Education writes final regulations for income-contingent provision in federal college loan programs.

CAPE's free iBook


Download 'Private Schools: Good for Students, Good for Families, Good for America'

Report Examines Charter School / Catholic School Interplay


from Council for American Private Education

Discovery-3M Young Scientist Challenge


For students in grades 5 through 8. Ten finalists spend summer with scientist mentors.

State Private School Regulations Interactive Map


Use the dropdown menu or click on the map to view details about a particular state.

"Great Shake Out" Earthquake Drills


Learn more about earthquake preparation for your school, starting October 18.

Applying for the 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools Program


Deadline for online applications is November 30, 2012.

Testing Can Be Useful for Students and Teachers, Promoting Long-Term Learning


The actual process of taking a test can also help us to learn and retain new information over the long term and apply it across different contexts.

Meet the Explorer, one of 4 types of international student


WES divides international students among four market segments.

Education in Turkey


Overview of education system from WENR.

Awards and Scholarships for Science Teachers


The National Science Teachers Association lists 16 different funding opportunities available for K-12 science teachers.

TABS Appoints Two New Trustees


The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of two new Trustees:

Green Cup Recycling Challenge, October 2012


Eight TABS Member Schools participated in the 2011 Green Cup. Registration for the 2012 Challenge is now open.

Not All International Students Are the Same


Interesting new report available from World Education Services

Education Talk Radio Interviews TABS Executive Director


Join Pete Upham LIVE on Education Talk Radio at 11am today!

Indiana Schools Campaign to Save Public Education


Effects of Indiana's expanded private-school voucher program

Federal Programs Outside of ED


Outside the US Education Department, several federal agencies run programs of interest to non-public schools.

GAO reports on Transition from High School


The US Government Accountability Office says "Better federal coordination could lessen challenges [that students with disabilities experience] in the transition from high school".

International Student Credentials


Best Practices: Strategies and Processes to Obtain Authentic International Educational Credentials

2012 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Program Announced


Program recognizes environmentally superior schools

GAO critical of SEVP


U.S. Government Accountability Office criticizes Department of Homeland Security's management of Student and Exchange Visitor Program

TABS Board of Directors Meets at Asheville Headquarters


The TABS staff was delighted to host the summer meeting of the Board of Directors at our home office in Asheville NC on June 11 and 12.

Spaces Left in TABS Summer Sessions


Whether you're just starting out or a true veteran, there's something for everyone in Boston this summer. A choice of 5 programs is offered, and we're currently running a registration special.

Unlocking Emerging Talent report


pdf from National Association for Gifted Children: recommendations for practice, policy, and research for low-income, high-ability students.

TABS Director of Research Richard Phelps, PhD, to Present at Two Conferences in Europe


Dr. Phelps will travel to two cities in Europe in June and July to present research.

TABS Returns From 2nd Annual Latin America Tour


Cities visited were Guadalajara and Mexico City, Mexico and Medellin and Bogota, Colombia.

Call for submissions: Global High School Prize 2012


Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

TABS Linkedin Group and Subgroups Are Taking Off!


The TABS Linkedin Group is active and approaching 2,000 members! If you haven't already joined, do so today. We also have 14 member-exclusive subgroups organized by role.

TABS Summer Programs Offer Something for Everyone


Registration is open but space is filling up - sign up now for one or more of our summer sessions in Boston.

Deadline Extended for Ruzicka Award Nominations


The deadline to nominate a colleague for this prestigious award recognizing excellence in boarding school leadership has been extended to Friday April 27.

Managing Risk for Boarding Schools Workshop to Be Held June 20 - 22


TABS and Campus Outreach Services will host the annual Managing Risk workshop this year in Wilmington, Delaware June 20 - 22. Buy 2 registrations and get the third 50% off.

School and Student Services By NAIS to Host Financial Aid Conference Fall 2012


School and Student Services (SSS) By NAIS will present their first ever financial aid conference this November 13-14, 2012.

Call for Proposals Open


TABS is currently accepting proposals for both the 2012 TABS Annual Conference and TABS3D. Share your best practices with industry peers.

Nominations Now Open for Prestigious College Prep Boarding School Leadership Award


2012 Ruzicka Compass Award nominations are now OPEN.

U.S. Green School Fellows Leadership Program


Calling all rising 9-12th Grade Students and School Faculty or Staff

Trends in International Student Mobility (postsecondary focus)


TOPICS: Context of International Student Mobility * International Enrollment Trends in the U.S. * Source Countries * Emergence of New Destination States in the U.S. * Growth at the Bachelor's Level and in ESL and Non-Degree Programs * Emerging Recruitment Practices

Announcing: 2012 Summer Food Service Program Introductory Webinars


Students eligible for federally-subsidized free or reduced-price meals during the school year typically are also eligible while attending summer programs run by faith-based or private non-profit organizations.

TABS hosts ResLife Workshop


Residential life professionals enjoy 2-day workshop in Boca Raton

Sustained Positive Effects on Graduation Rates Produced by New York City’s Small Public High Schools of Choice


NYC experiment shows positive effects of smaller schools across wide range of factors.

Dates Change for April Admission Fairs


We will now be kicking off the tour in Mexico and then continuing on to Colombia. Please see changes below. If questions, contact Annie Lundahl at

American Chamber of Commerce warns of Hong Kong schools shortage


The American Chamber of Commerce has warned the chief executive that Hong Kong's status as a world-class city is under threat because the shortage of international school places has reached a "crisis point".

UNESCO Global Education Digest


The Institute of Statistics, based in Montréal, of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) presents education statistics worldwide. This year's edition puts a particular focus on key issues and indicators for secondary education.

2012 Blue Ribbon School Applications – Registration Deadline Approaching


December 15, 2011 is the deadline for private schools to register if they intend to apply for the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, which elementary, middle, and high schools where students achieve at very high levels and/or where the achievement gap is narrowing.

2011 Ruzicka Compass Premier Leadership Award Announced


On behalf of its member schools and Board of Directors, TABS names Ellie Griffin as the 2011 Recipient of the Ruzicka Compass

TABS Response to Bloomberg Article


A response by TABS Executive Director Pete Upham to a Bloomberg Article on Boarding Schools written 10/19/11

Release of The Nation's Report Card: Mathematics and Reading 2011, Grades 4 and 8


LIVE WEBINAR Date: November 1, 2011 Time: 11:00 a.m. EDT

Online Boarding School Expo: November 6


To learn more and to register for free, visit

Online Boarding School Expo: October 23


To learn more and to register for free, visit

IDEA Technical Assistance Webpage and Webinar


The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Non-Public Education (ONPE) and Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) announce a new technical assistance webpage devoted to issues related to children with disabilities enrolled by their parents in private schools.

What international students think about U.S. higher education


New Institute for International Education (IIE) report -- What International Students Think About U.S. Higher Education -- available for free download.

"First Tuesdays" Series


TABS is pleased to announce a new series of online professional development.

Free IDEA Webinar


To be held on September 8, 2011

TABS Joins Forces with ISE World/Globalise


TABS would like to announce newly unified admission fairs.

TABS Annual Conference 2011


Registration now open for December 1 - 3 in Boston

TABS Annual Summer Session Kicks Off In a Week


July 16 – 22 in Boston

New Options for Online Boarding School Expos Announced


In fall 2010, TABS hosted the first ever online Boarding School Expos to help schools extend their recruiting reach to potential families in all corners of North America. We have improved the Expos and added three additional virtual recruitment options.

Introducing TABS3D, an Online Campus for Professionals


Designed to complement on-site learning, TABS will launch a brand new initiative on April 19.

Winter ResLife Recap


Midwinter Batteries Recharged: Our annual workshop was held in Boca Raton last month and, by all accounts provided a positive outcome for all.

TABS Is Changing It Up!


We've moved our offices to One North Pack Square, Suite 301, Asheville NC 28801. If you're in town, stop by and see our new digs.

TABS Expands International Recruitment Program with Latin America Fairs


TABS is pleased to announce that we’ll be taking our 15 years experience with Asia Fairs and expanding our International Recruitment Program to Latin America.

Mary Louise Leipheimer Receives 2010 Ruzicka Compass Award


The 2010 Ruzicka Compass Premier Leadership Award was presented to Mary Louise Leipheimer at the TABS Annual Conference in Baltimore on December 3.

TABS presenting at 83rd Annual ERB Conference


Amy Shivers, Director of Advanced Online Initiatives for TABS, will be presenting at the 83rd Annual ERB Conference in New York City on Friday, October 22.

TABS Takes Home ‘Council’s Choice’ in 2010 Gold Circle Award Competition


LOS ANGELES—The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) was selected as the 2010 Council’s Choice winner, the “best-of-the-best” from among all 2010 Gold Circle Award competition winners, by the ASAE Communication Section Council.

Learner-in-Chief: Leading in 21st century education


Jonathon Martin from talks about learning and leadership. Receives More Accolades


The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) announced today that its website,, is the recipient of a 2010 Gold Circle Award (GCA) for Excellence in the General Association Website category.

First-Ever Virtual Boarding School Expos Hitting the Web Fall 2010


Drumroll please! TABS is excited to announce that it will be hosting first-ever virtual Boarding School Expos October 5, October 24 and December 1. Families interested in learning about boarding schools can attend online for free. Registration is now open at

TABS Announces Brand New Associate Membership Program


TABS is delighted to introduce its brand new Associate Membership program, designed for those individuals and organizations – not eligible for traditional school membership – which serve, study, or otherwise are deeply involved in the TABS community of schools.

NCGS Offers Strategic Leadership Institute: Inspiring Women to Lead More Effectively


A two and a half day professional development program for aspiring leaders, tailored to women interested in Heads positions.

Klingenstein announces Benedict Foundation Master’s Degree Scholarship 2010-2011


Fellowships are made available through a challenge grant from the Benedict Foundation and matching funds from Klingenstein alumni.

TABS View: Boarding Schools Celebrate Earth Day at 40


TABS asks schools to share their Earth Day celebrations and activities.

TABS Member Schools Excel in New England Math Competition


Nine of the TABS member schools were among the top 12!

TABS Website Nominated for International Webby Award Among Nearly 10,000 Entries


The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) announced today that its website has been nominated for a Webby Award. The TABS site,, is one of five worldwide nominees in the category of Best Association Website.

Boarding Schools Produce High Concentration of Rhodes Scholars


In the United States, a remarkably high percentage of Rhodes Scholars are boarding school alumni.

Green Cup Challenge Born in Boarding Schools


In the drive to make schools more environmentally responsible, college prep boarding schools are leading the way.

Announcing Edward M. Kowalchick Memorial Fund


In collaboration with the Kowalchick Family, the IECA Foundation has launched the Edward M.Kowalchick Memorial Fund

Study Abroad Programs Not Just for College Students Anymore


Service-oriented study abroad trend emerging in college prep boarding schools

In Language Curriculum, Boarding Schools Look Forward, Yet Hold Fast


College prep boarding schools incorporate new language offerings to adapt to a changing world.

TABS Offers Personalized 2009-2010 NowBoarding Magazine


TABS has had such a wonderful response to the 2009-2010 NowBoarding Magazine & Directory, that we're offering personalized reprints to aid in student recruiting.

Thomas E. Wilcox Receives 2009 Ruzicka Compass Award


The 2009 Ruzicka Compass Premier Leadership Award was presented to Thomas E. Wilcox at the TABS Annual Conference in Chicago on December 4.

TABS Issues New Strategic Plan


Strategic Plan for 2009-2012 sets forth new framework and ambitious goals.

TABS Media Campaign Kicks Off


The TABS Board has approved a pilot online media campaign for North America, launching in phases over the next several weeks.

2009 Asia Boarding Schools Fairs


Now in its fifteenth year, the Asia Fairs bring together families and representatives from boarding schools across the United States, Canada, and abroad.



The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) has launched an all-new, the web’s best resource for all things boarding school.

TABS Launches Facebook and Twitter feeds


You can now follow The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) on Facebook and Twitter. The expanded web presence of the Asheville-based organization complements the launch of an all-new, the web’s leading resource for information about boarding schools and boarding school life.

Date Article Source
4/10/2014 Developing a State Level Equitable Services Working Group US Office of Non-Public Education
Tuesday, April 29 at 12:00 noon (ET) ONPE will host a webinar featuring the collaborative work occurring in Virginia to establish a state level working group to address issues related to the participation of private school students and teachers in federal education programs.
3/31/2014 Rethink Leadership: Fostering a Learning-Centered Culture Emma Williard
A transformative experience designed specifically for all innovators, change agents, design thinkers, creative thinkers and those who aspire to make profound programmatic and cultural changes in their schools.
3/27/2014 Acting U.S. Surgeon General to Speak at Storm King School’s Commencement Storm King School
Storm King School’s Headmaster Paul Domingue has announced that Rear Admiral (RADM) Boris D. Lushniak, Acting Surgeon General of the United States, has accepted the school’s invitation to serve as Commencement speaker on June 7, 2014.
3/27/2014 Pushup Marathon At Avon Old Farms School To Help Veterans The Courant
Faculty and students at Avon Old Farms are participating in a push-up marathon this weekend. They will do 15 push-ups each minute for 24 hours in hopes to raise $20,000 for the Semper Fi Fund.
3/13/2014 Getting to know American Apparel Founder Charney AmNewYork
Choate Rosemary Hall graduate Dov Charney talks about the success of his American Apparel clothing line.
2/20/2014 Chaminade grad’s startup to be ‘Netflix for live performances’ St. Louis Business Journal
Reuther is a 2004 Chaminade College Preparatory graduate and founder of OurVinyl.TV, one of the five companies recently accepted into the Capital Innovators accelerator program.
2/17/2014 Hun Alumnus Leopoldo López ’89 Stands Up for Venezuela The Hun School of Princeton
"Venezuela made international news last week for a series of protests opposing the current socialist government and the resulting violence. Hun School alumnus Leopoldo López Mendoza ’89 stands bravely at the center of this turmoil, fighting for the rights of the Venezuelan people."
2/17/2014 Olympic Bobsledder Jamie Greubel: Blonde Dragon NBC
The Hun School of Princeton has it's sights set on alumna Jamie Greubel '02 February 18 and 19 as she competes in the Bobsled race for Team USA.
2/16/2014 Middlesex Artists Recognized Middlesex
Four Middlesex artists were recently recognized by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for their exemplary work in painting and drawing.
2/14/2014 Hun School of Princeton teacher Lynn McNulty teaches during traffic jam using FaceTime CNN
During a major traffic accident on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Friday, history teacher Lynn McNulty taught her AP European History class via FaceTime.
2/14/2014 Hiroaki Umeda Combines Ballet And Technology In Unforgettable L.A. Sneak Peek Huffington Post
Walnut Hill School for the Arts alum Charlie Hodges '98 is dancing with the L.A. Dance Project in a multidisciplinary production by choreographer Hiroaki Umeda.
2/11/2014 Cushing Academy's Meghan Duggan Olympic Team Captain NBC Boston
Cushing Academy's Meghan Duggan '06 is the team captain for TEAM USA Women's hockey team. USA plays Canada in the Gold Final on Thursday, February 20.
2/8/2014 MIT/iGlobe Climate Education School Partner Program Kickoff iGlobe
MIT partners with iGlobe, Inc. to educate students on the climate. School Partnership Program kickoff is March 4th at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, NH. Museum and science store will be open to selective schools from 10am-4pm with a formal presentation at 1pm.
1/27/2014 Teenager Katherine Paseman Sat through a Presentation on Maternal Health—What She Did Next Will Make You Proud Jhpiego
The talk by one of Jhpiego’s promising engineering innovators helped kick off January for Jhpiego, a series of maternal health awareness events and fundraisers sponsored by Garrison Forest School and other girls’ schools. The presentation got 16-year-old Katherine thinking about how she could marry
1/27/2014 Westtown School touts green science center
Westtown School has opened a $13 million science building stocked with innovative green technology that will be accessible to outside students through a summer program to launch this year. The building is a silver LEED certified building.
1/22/2014 25 Contemporary Building Designs That Are Making A Splash In The Architecture World The Huffington Post
The Hotchkiss School Biomass Power Plant is listed as one of the 25 contemporary buildings getting noticed in the architecture world. It is one of only two buildings in the United states that made the HuffPost list.
1/18/2014 From the Top, Show 281 (audio) NPR
Listen to the Idyllwild Arts Academy Piano Trio (violinist Yu-Ming Ma, cellist Wei-An Hung, and pianist Vuthithorn Chinthammit) from Idyllwild, California, performs III. Presto from Café Music by Paul Schoenfield
1/10/2014 Mark Murphy ’82 Encourages Students to “Travel Forward” The Hun School of Princeton
Hun School alumnus, entrepreneur, author, travel expert, and adventurer Mark Murphy ’82 spoke at The Hun School on Tuesday, January 7th as a member of the School’s Centennial Speaker Series.
1/10/2014 Gould Academy alum pursues Olympic Dreams Gould Academy
Gould Academy alum Troy Murphy '10 is competing for a spot on the US Olympic Freestyle skiing team.
1/9/2014 Hargrave Military Academy preparing to perform at governor's inaugural Parade
Hargrave Military Academy's marching band quickly accepted the chance to perform at the inauguration of Virginia's new governor, Terry McAuliffe. This is a first for the band, so they're taking this opportunity very seriously.
1/8/2014 Wind Generated Power to Supply 100% of The Storm King School’s Electricity Needs Storm King School
As part of its ongoing commitment to become a greener, more sustainable institution, The Storm King School will begin consuming electricity generated by local wind farms and natural gas, the production of which will be mitigated one hundred percent with carbon offsets.
1/4/2014 Walsh selects Daniel Arrigg Koh as mayoral chief of staff The Boston Globe
Phillips Academy alum Daniel Arrigg Koh '03 has been named Boston Mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh's chief of staff. Koh is currently the general manager of Huffington Post Live and recently named one of Forbes 30 under 30.
1/3/2014 Former Carmel Valley kid Angelique Cabral 'Enlisted' on Fox The Monterey Hearld
Santa Catalina School alumna Angelique Cabral '97 is the lead character on the new TV series "Enlisted," which premieres on FOX this Friday, January 10 at 9:30|8:30c.
12/13/2013 Biology Students Attend Howard Hughes Holiday Lecture Series in Science Episcopal High School
Due to their interest in and their many positive contributions to last year's Advanced Bio class, Ye Ji Kim ’14, Emily Bivins ’14, and Natnael Kassaw ’14 were chosen by the Episcopal Science Dept. faculty to attend the Howard Hughes Holiday Lecture Series.
12/13/2013 New Leadership at The Essex Institute The Essex Blog
Tommy Adams, current Assistant Head of School for Enrollment at Mercersburg Academy (PA) and long time Essex Fellow will lead the Essex Institute as it enters its 29th year.
12/9/2013 St. Johnsbury Academy wins Edward E. Ford Foundation Leadership grant Edward E. Ford Foundations
The Youth Job Corps Program will provide 8th grade graduates the opportunity to learn hands-on skills, increase mathematical acumen, heighten communication and literacy skills, and learn how to lead and be part of a dynamic team—all while serving their community.
12/9/2013 Taft School wins Edward E. Ford Foundation Leadership grant Edward E. Ford Foundations
The Global Leadership Institute (GLI) will attract distinguished visiting experts to speak with students about the leading issues of our times. GLI students will participate in monthly Speaker Series as sophomores, a service experience prior to, and a project by the end of, their junior year.
12/9/2013 A Consistent High Note: Hun School A Cappella The Hun School of Princeton
Celebrating the tenth year of a cappella at The Hun School, the Edgertones seem to be on perpetual tour with a flurry of performances, invitations, and competitions; most recently performing at the TABS Conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
12/5/2013 Trinity College School 2013 Educational Roundtable Trinity College School
Trinity College School pulled together some of Canada's most compelling thought leaders to discuss and debate several of the issues surrounding Canadian high school education. Transcripts online.
11/25/2013 ICE proposes changes to international student programs U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement
The change would eliminate the limit of 10 designated school officials (DSOs). DSOs are dedicated resources at SEVP-certified schools who help nonimmigrant students maintain their status, fill out important government forms and obtain benefits while in the US.
11/24/2013 2014 US Freestyle Moguls Team named Ski Racing Online
Holderness School alumna, Sophia Schwartz '09, was named to the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team, led by Olympic champion Hannah Kearney and Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson.
11/23/2013 Madison Cota '14 named Miss Vermont Teen USA Miss Vermont Teen
Vermont Academy senior Madison Cota '14, was crowned as the new Miss Vermont Teen USA on Saturday, November 23. Madison is an honors student and member of the girls varsity soccer and basketball teams.
11/20/2013 The Madeira School to host The Policy Institute, featuring Katie Koestner, on January 17 The Madeira School
The Madeira School is pleased to host The Policy Institute on Friday, January 17, 2014. Schools will benefit a the one-day professional development opportunity which will address both in-person and on-line sexual misconduct.
11/18/2013 NextMover takes top spot at Santa Barbara Startup Weekend Pacific Coast Business Times
Dunn School teacher (and Asheville School alum) Alex Kehaya and sixteen-year-old Dunn student Abe Storey won first prize, $50,000, at the Sanat Barbara Startup Weekend for their NextMover company idea.
11/18/2013 Students learn challenges of ‘Gettysburg’ The Boston Globe
Greenwood School student Ethan Pond won the school's annual Gettysburg Speech competition. The school and their Gettysburg Speech curriculum component are the feature of a new film by Ken Burns.
11/18/2013 Harris English Notches Second PGA Tour Win Baylor School
Harris English '07 has won his second PGA Tour event, the OHL Classic at Myakoba played in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
11/16/2013 A Lesson in Perseverance for a Giants Running Back The New York Times
Mike Cox's lessons in aspiring and persevering have served him well, both on the field with the New York Giants and at home, but the education began long before he arrived at Avon Old Farms.
11/16/2013 Local teenager prepares to climb for a cause close to her heart Sentinel Source
Northfield Mount Hermon School student, Hannah Green, will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa to raise money for cancer research. Hannah's father was diagnosed with brain cancer in August 2011.
11/12/2013 Caroline Kennedy sworn in as Japan ambassador MSNBC
Concord Academy alumna Caroline Kennedy '75 was sworn in as Japan Ambassador on Tuesday, November 12 at the State Department.
11/7/2013 Society of Skeptics Welcomes Emmy-Nominated Video Journalist Blair Academy
Taylor Krauss, an Emmy-nominated independent American video journalist, addressed the Society of Skeptics on Tuesday, November 12, at 7 p.m. in Bogle Hall’s Cowan Auditorium.
11/6/2013 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools Applications Available Council for American Private Education
The 2014 Blue Ribbon Schools application is now available. The U.S. Government recognizes both public and private schools that are exemplary high performing or are exemplary achievement gap closing schools.
11/1/2013 Eye on Health - Brain Perfusion Devise WRCBTV- Chattanooga
McCallie junior Christian Devlin is featured on WRCBTV for a device he developed (with the help of his father and another doctor) that received a U.S. patent! The device helps reroute blood flow to the brain during a stroke.
11/1/2013 Board Names Ayanna Hill-Gill New Head of School Atlanta Girls' School
The Atlanta Girls' School Board of Trustees announced today the appointment of Ayanna Hill-Gill as the new Head of School, effective July 1, 2014.
10/24/2013 David O. Russell Honored By, Raises Money for, School for Kids With Special Needs The Hollywood Reporter
"Writer-director David O. Russell and Parenthood showrunner Jason Katims stepped out from behind the camera on Wednesday night to help raise money for a private boarding school for kids with special needs.
10/24/2013 Mad for Math Dunn School
Senior David Zou isn't just leading his peers at Dunn School in the weekly Math Madness offered through the American Mathematics Competitions, he's one of the leading scorers around the country.
10/23/2013 Groton Headmaster honored with Desmond Tutu Award Groton School
"South Africa Partners has announced that Groton Headmaster Temba Maqubela will receive its 2014 Desmond Tutu Social Justice Award. The award honors those who have demonstrated a commitment to social justice and to a free and democratic South Africa.
10/21/2013 Hanna Powers ’15 chosen as 2013 USHJA Youth Leadership Award recipient The Madeira School
The Washington International Horse Show recognized Hanna Powers for being chosen as the 2013 United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) Youth Leadership Award recipient. Hanna was the 2012 Youth Ambassador at Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) and is a part of the 2013 Junior Committee.
10/20/2013 Idyllwild Arts Academy teacher writes book "The Kind of Girl" Chicago Tribune
Kim Henderson, Chair of Idyllwild Arts Academy Creative Writing department, is profiled in the Chicago Tribune. Her book, "The Kind of Girl", won the seventh annual Rose Metal Press Short Short Chapbook Contest and was released in a limited, hand-letterpressed run this summer.
10/18/2013 Santa Catalina School hosts TedX on campus Santa Catalina School
Katherine Hsu a student at Santa Catalina School in Monterey, CA coordinated a TedX event featuring speakers Kate Mitchell, Karen Draper, and Martha Muna.
10/18/2013 Ex-Marine is running 3,600 miles to honor veterans Today Show
Salisbury School alum Brendan O'Toole '07, a former Marine, is running across the country in honor of veterans. "The son and grandson of veterans, O'Toole made a boyhood vow to himself during the Sept. 11 attacks to follow them into military service."
10/16/2013 Schools to play hockey at Frozen Fenway ESPN
The Fenway Sports Group unveiled a MIAA tripleheader for New Year's Eve that will kick off with Boston Latin boys' hockey playing DCL/MVC rival Lincoln-Sudbury at 10:15 a.m. South Shore girls' hockey rivals Duxbury and Hingham will square off at 12:15 p.m. TABS member schools that will have the oppo
10/11/2013 Khan Academy and Phillips Academy break ground with innovative partnership Phillips Academy Andover
Phillips Academy Andover is working with Khan Academy in California " to develop rigorous adaptive exercises appropriate for a first-year course in calculus." What is unique about this partnership is that Khan Academy is an online classroom that provides "provide a free, world-class education to any
10/11/2013 Groton Graduate earns Princeton Academic Honors Groton School
Princeton University has awarded Julia Metzger, a 2011 graduate of Groton School, two of its highest academic honors. She received the Freshman First Honor Prize, given to a sophomore in recognition of exceptional academic achievement during freshman year, and the Shapiro Prize, which recognize
10/10/2013 Lets Lead. Together. $100 Million pledged to Mercersburg Academy Mercersburg Academy
Deborah Simon ’74 and her foundation have pledged $100 million to Mercersburg. Deborah’s groundbreaking gift is the largest in the school’s history and provides an enormous boost to the launch of the public phase of our comprehensive campaign, Daring to Lead.
10/8/2013 Saint Andrew's School (FL) hosts Round Square Int'l Conference WPTV Channel 5 Boca Raton, FL
Saint Andrew's School in Boca Raton, FL hosts the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) this week. Over 700 students and guests from around the globe were in attendance at the opening ceremony. "The goal is to get young adults in one place and teach them how to be better leaders and servants
10/7/2013 For 3 Nobel Winners, a Molecular Mystery Solved New York TImes
Dr. Rothman, a professor at Yale University and member of the Pomfret Board of Trustees, is one of three honored for joint effort to unlock mystery of molecular transport in cells It was announced today that James Rothman ’67, a member of the School’s Board of Trustees, who is currently on the facu
10/6/2013 From the Top, Show 278 (audio) NPR
16-year-old pianist Niu Niu, originally from China, and currently studying at Walnut Hill School for the Arts performs Etudes, Op. 10, No. 3 in E major and No. 12 in C minor, “Revolutionary” by Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849), and “La Campanella” from Grandes Études de Paganini, S.141, No. 3 in G-sharp
10/1/2013 Interview with Callie Hoon, Deerfield Academcy '15 Pioneer Institute (MA)
“I would love to see more history classes offered at high schools nationwide and more of them allowing students to write long papers over the course of the academic year.”
10/1/2013 Interview with Ryan Voon, Groton School '14 Pioneer Institute (MA)
“Logically a significant part of a society’s culture and politics also derives from its historical legacy.”
10/1/2013 The Storm King School Purchases Fleet of Sail Boats Creating First Ever Sailing Team Storm King School
For the first time in the history of The Storm King School (SKS), sailing will be a part of the school’s athletic curriculum in the spring. Thanks to a very generous gift from Bruce Rowland, current parent of an SKS student, the school has been able to purchase a fleet of six 420 sailboats from the
9/24/2013 Darlington's Moss ('63) named national trustee chair of ACCIS Darlington School
Sam Moss, dean of college guidance, has been named chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools (ACCIS). Moss officially took office on Sept. 19 at the ACCIC Annual Membership Meeting in Toronto, Canada.
9/23/2013 Celebrating Peddie's past, present and future Peddie School
Peddie School installed its 16th headmaster on Saturday, Sept. 21 during a campus celebration that also marked the school’s 150th anniversary. Peter A. Quinn was unanimously appointed headmaster by the Peddie Board of Trustees beginning in the 2013-14 school year. His appointment was a homecoming to
9/20/2013 Saint Mary's School senior publishes in Concord Review Concord Review
Katherine Frances Cayton '14 published an historical essay on the Ukrainian Famine in the Fall 2013 issue (vol. 24, no.1) of the Concord Review, the world's only historical review for secondary students. Cayton is a senior at Saint Mary's School in Raleigh, North Carolina.
9/20/2013 New Cushing Academy Headmaster Finds Inspiration In Building Futures Sentinel & Enterprise
Torino said he believes in educating the whole student, which includes athletics, art and extra-curricular activities.
9/3/2013 Trip of a Lifetime Brooks School Alumni Newsletter
English teacher Leigh Perkins '81 and her daughter, Sam Grant '14, recently returned from the "trip of a lifetime," thanks to this year's McVey Fellowship. The pair worked at the School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA), for two weeks this summer in Kabul.
8/30/2013 Webb School Senior Reflects on Time at Governor's School The Webb School
Adam Mansell, a senior at The Webb School, attended Governor's School for International Studies at the University of Memphis during summer. Mansell knew that the academic experience would benefit him during his final year at Webb and in college.
8/29/2013 Reigning Miss America Visits Tallulah Falls School Tallulah Falls School
Mallory Hagan, the current reigning Miss America, made a very special appearance at Tallulah Falls School. Hagan spoke to a school-wide assembly on Thursday, August 29 before speaking at benefit fundrasier for Prevent Child Abuse Habersham at Piedmont College that evening. Since being crowned Miss
8/23/2013 Standing Up to the Taliban, in School New York Times - International Weekly
Saba landed at Dulles airport in Virginia two months ago with eight SOLA classmates, all of whom were sent to summer programs
7/9/2013 New Hampton School Featured in Mashable Article About Social Media Use in Schools Mashable
Mashable reached out to a few schools across the U.S. to ask about how they've adjusted to the digital era. The primary question: Should there be an overall policy for social media use? One school approached was New Hampton School.
7/2/2013 The Lawrenceville School's Rujul Zaparde '12 Takes Flight The Lawrenceville School
FlightCar, that is. Rujul Zaparde ’12 and his FlightCar business may be the Steve Jobs/Apple of the rental car industry – if the City of San Francisco and other municipalities let him continue. Rujul and his two partners think they’ve invented a better mousetrap for air travelers seeking to avoid lo
7/1/2013 Blue Ridge School Alum Killed in Egypt Protests Blue Ridge School
It is with saddened hearts that we learned of the death of Andrew Pochter who was killed Friday, June 28, in Alexandria, Egypt, during an antigovernment uprising. Andrew was in Egypt working as a summer intern teaching children English. Andrew graduated from Blue Ridge School in 2010, receiving the
7/1/2013 Edward E. Ford Foundation awards grants to Millbrook & GArrison Forest Schools Edward E. Ford Foundations
For Garrison Forest: To secure funding for a Public Health initiative within the school's Women in Science & Engineering Academy. For Millbrook: To expand the existing Green Team and Community Garden on campus.
6/22/2013 Reprieve for Girard College Class of 2015
Arrangement with Community College of Philadelphia will allow the 43 students in the Class of 2015 to complete their education at Girard.
6/12/2013 Instagram creator advises Middlesex graduates Wicked Local Concord
Instagram cofounder and Middlesex alumnus Kevin Systrom ’02 addresses 2013 Middlesex graduates during ceremony.
6/10/2013 Boarding School in Jordan Offers Arab-American Students a Year of Intensive Arabic and Mideast Cultural Immersion Arab America
Arabic Year allows students in grades 10 through 12 (in addition to gap year students) to gain fluency in Arabic, soak in the history and culture of the Middle East and “learn by doing” through off-campus educational excursions in Jordan and the region.
6/9/2013 Baylor School graduate Harris English wins St. Jude for 1st PGA Tour title Chattanooga Times Free Press
Former Baylor School and University of Georgia golfer Harris English won the St. Jude Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, birdieing two of the final three holes to hold off Phil Mickelson and Scott Stallings by two strokes.
6/8/2013 Westtown School Receives Green Ribbon Award Daily Local
The Westtown School received the Green Ribbon School Award from the U.S. Department of Education Monday at a ceremony in Washington D.C. Head of School John Baird, Sustainability Coordinator Judy Asselin, and Director of Gift Planning Meghan Sayer accepted the award for Westtown.
5/25/2013 Last remaining descendant of Tibetan kings graduates from St. Andrew's Delaware Online
The exiled King of Tibet, Lhagyari Trichen, graduates from St. Andrew's School (DE). He plans to stay in America and attend college in Gettysburg, Pa.
5/24/2013 Chief Justice Roberts tells graduates at La Lumiere diligence key to success The Republic
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts gives 2013 commencement address at alma mater La Lumiere School.
5/10/2013 2013 Presidential Scholars at TABS Member Schools US Education Department
Congratulations to Cameron Thariani (St. Alban's School), Zoe C. Sims (Hawaii Preparatory School), and Albert Chu (Phillips Exeter Academy), 2013 Presidential Scholars.
5/8/2013 Robotics Rules: How the Crandroids are Taking On the World Cranbrook Schools
Competitive scholastic robotics has rapidly become an international phenomenon, drawing passionate science and math students into complex projects and local, state, and national competitions. Cranbrook Schools’ own robotics program, which offers opportunities ranging from beta testing new Lego robot
5/3/2013 St. Mark's Musicians Make Live Worldwide Radio Debut St. Mark's School
On Thursday evening, May 2nd, four St. Mark’s musicians made their worldwide radio debut in a live broadcast from the performance hall at WICN (Worcester Public Radio). Singer-songwriter Felix Chan ’13 was joined by classmates Susannah Krapf and Chris Welles to perform two of his original compositio
5/2/2013 Phillips Academy Students and Khan Academy founder to discuss pilot collaboration Phillips Academy
This week, founder of Khan Academy, Salman Khan, will meet with members of the Andover community as part of the Academy’s initiative on “Connected Learning.” In addition to meeting with the faculty body to discuss ways in which technology can advance learning, he’ll join students from two upper leve
5/2/2013 Ken Burns Produces Documentary About Gettysburg Address, Through the Lens of The Greenwood School's Students USA Today
The filmmaker's new documentary filters history through the eyes of students at a boys' school in Vermont, who memorize the speech as a teaching tool.
5/1/2013 Actor Alan Alda Leads Panel Discussion on Dyslexia at Event Hosted by Kildonan and Millbrook Schools Poughkeepsie Journal
Alan Alda Talks with the Experts at Discussions on Dyslexia event, hosted by the Kildonan School and Eye to Eye at Millbrook School’s Chelsea Morrison Theatre on April 21.
4/30/2013 BYE, BYE BOTTLES: George School students successfully lobby administration to eliminate sale of bottled water on campus Bucks Local News
Big changes are afoot at George School, where the sale and distribution of bottled water will cease at the beginning of the 2013-2014 academic year.
4/29/2013 Eaglebrook School Celebrates Global Awareness Day Eaglebrook School
The Eaglebrook School community celebrated its annual Global Awareness Day on April 25. Each Form spent the day off campus focusing on a particular theme. Mr. Seth Worcester ’80 introduced Global Day to the community during morning assembly on Wednesday.
4/28/2013 Cadets Find Direction
Fishburne education brings discipline, maturity, brotherhood to cadets at Waynesboro institution
4/22/2013 3 TABS Member Schools win Green Ribbon Awards US Education Department
Phillips Exeter Academy (NH), St. Andrew's School (DE), and Westtown School (PA) were honored for their exemplary efforts to reduce environmental impact and utility costs, promote better health, and ensure effective environmental education.
4/11/2013 School Vote Stirs Debate on Girls as Leaders The New York Times
Phillips Academy students push for gender equality on campus.
4/4/2013 The Proper Way to Eat a Pig The New York Times
Butchery is a new course being offered by the Oregon Episcopal School, an independent preparatory academy that prides itself on “inquiry-based learning.” Each year, the week before spring break, called Winterim, is reserved for experimental education projects. Some students go dog-sledding in Minnes
3/2/2013 Ruzicka Compass award recipient, Dr. "Rick" Schubart Joins Vericant Vericant
Vericant announced the newest member of their advisory board, Dr. Richard D. Schubart, Professor of History Emeritus, Phillips Exeter Academy.
2/28/2013 New York Military Academy Affiliates with Obridge Academy
Obridge Academy and the New York Military Academy announced today that the schools have formed an affiliation to help transform the 124 year-old New York Military Academy once again into a vibrant school, now focused on 21st Century leadership and global citizenship. The affiliation will provide for
2/27/2013 Chaminade College Prep proud of Oscar nominee St. Louis Review
Minkyu Lee, Chaminade College Preparatory class of 2004, was among the small group of Oscar hopefuls at the Academy Awards Feb. 24. His film, "Adam and Dog" was nominated for the Oscar for Best Animated Short.
2/22/2013 Kildonan School Mentioned in Huffington Post Article on Helping Dyslexic Students Succeed Huffington Post
Can Dyslexics Succeed at School or Only in Life? Many educators across the country are tackling the challenge head on.
1/27/2013 YouTube interview with La Lumiere graduate John Roberts YouTube
Chief Justice John Roberts on the topic of writing
12/9/2012 Maine town seeks taxes from private school San Francisco Chronicle
Maine's highest court hears arguments on whether a private boarding school should pay property taxes on facilities it rents to outside groups.
10/26/2012 Ojai farm-to-table dinner to highlight local agriculture Ventura County Star
A farm-to-table dinner to highlight sustainable-agriculture education at Besant Hill School of Happy Valley in the Upper Ojai.
10/24/2012 New Academy in Middle East Breaks Tradition, Inspired by U.S. School NBC News
King Abdullah of Jordan has opened a new academy that is breaking Middle Eastern tradition, allowing boys and girls to study together.
10/17/2012 Congressman Jim McGovern Visits St. Mark's School St. Mark's School
Seven-term Congressman Jim McGovern, who represents Massachusetts 3rd District in the House, visited St. Mark’s on Tuesday, October 16th, as the second guest presenter in this year’s Gray Colloquium series. The Gray Colloquium is designed to engage St. Mark’s students in an exploration of one comple
9/12/2012 Lessons From 15 Years as St. Andrew’s Headmaster Noxontown Notes from St. Andrew's School
St. Andrew's School (Delaware) Headmaster blogs about key lessons he has learned in his 15 years as head at SAS.
9/11/2012 Mercersburg Faculty Member To Be On Katie Couric's New Talk Show September 13 2012 Mercersburg Academy
Mercersburg assistant athletic director and head girls’ varsity basketball coach Katie LaRue will be profiled on one of the first episodes of "Katie", the new syndicated daytime talk show hosted by Katie Couric! The segment featuring LaRue is scheduled to air Wednesday, September 12.
9/7/2012 Rabun Gap--Nacoochee School's Alexander Kovaka published in The Concord Review The Concord Review
Alexander Kovaka is now enrolled at the US Military Academy at West Point, NY. He wrote "Leibniz and the Birth of Modern Thought" for Dr. Marion Truslow's Senior Symposium in Intellectual History in 2011-2012.
8/22/2012 Asheville School's Roy Kim ’12 Competes on Korea’s version of American Idol – Superstar K Asheville School
After four years of practice performing popular songs with his acoustic guitar in front of his Asheville School peers, Roy (Sang Woo) Kim ’12 now finds himself enjoying celebrity status in Korea with a crowd of supporters eagerly anticipating his next appearance on Korea’s equivalent of American Ido
8/21/2012 Mars Curiosity Flight Director's Career Launched at Indian Springs School Indian Springs School
“Those classes [at Springs] were the basis for my next steps in studying physics and engineering, and provided a great foundation for me,” says David Oh, Indian Springs School Class of 1987. “I owe a big ‘thank you’ to Dr. Mac LaCasse, my physics and calculus teacher, for keeping me on the physics b
8/20/2012 Author and Harvard Fellow Dr. Tony Wagner to Present to New Hampton School Faculty New Hampton School
New Hampton School faculty will begin opening meetings this week with a considerable amount of time dedicated to advancing in-classroom teaching techniques and pedagogy. As part of its continued quest to provide the most enriching professional development opportunities, the School is thrilled to
5/30/2012 Former Airbus CEO Jack Schofield Loomis Chaffee '58 Visits Economics Students Loomis Chaffee
AP Economics and Applied Economics students enjoyed the May 24 visit from guest lecturer and former Airbus CEO Jack Schofield ’58. This was Mr. Schofield’s first time back to campus since his 50th reunion in 2008.
5/18/2012 Hun School Junior Christopher Cardinali ’13 Receives Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Award The Hun School of Princeton
On Saturday, May 5th, Hun School junior Christopher Cardinali ’13 was awarded the Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Award at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Nominated by the faculty of The Hun School of Princeton, Chris was honored for his demonstration of exceptional performance and
5/14/2012 Darlington School Student Is Star Goalkeeper for U17 Women's National Soccer Team Darlington School
Darlington junior Jane Campbell and the U17 Women's National Soccer Team win CONCACAF! More information at this link as well:,,12813~2770424,00.html
5/14/2012 ISS Students Score High Marks with NASA Indian Springs School
Congratulations to the Indian Springs School team of Quinn Balazs ’14, Carlin Laney ’16 and Connor McGarty ’15, who placed second in a nationwide lunar research competition!
5/9/2012 2012 Presidential Nonpublic Scholars Named U.S. Department of Education
After careful consideration of over 3,300 qualified candidates, 29 private school students and two homeschool students were selected as Presidential Scholars. Eight of the 29 students attend a TABS member college-prep boarding school.
5/3/2012 Saint Mary's School Names 13th Head of School Saint Mary's School
The Board of Trustees of Saint Mary’s School is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Monica M. Gillespie as the 13th Head of School in Saint Mary’s 170 year history.
5/1/2012 Putney Student Wins Gates Millennium Scholarship The Putney School
The Putney School student, Innocent '12, is one of this year's GMS recipients. The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was established in 1999 to provide outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Island
5/1/2012 Ridley College to Offer International Baccalaureate Diploma in September 2012 Ridley College
In September 2012 Ridley will offer courses enabling students to earn both the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. The IB diploma is a two-year course of study that begins in Grade 11 and ends with a series of final examinations at the end of Grade 12.
4/26/2012 Prince Edward To Visit Girard College, Philadelphia Boarding School For Low-Income Students Huffington Post
Prince Edward will plant a tree to honor the Diamond Jubilee of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, now in her 60th year on the throne. Edward's great-great-grandfather planted two trees at the school 152 years ago. The prince also will visit with students from Girard and several other local schools who
4/25/2012 Porter's Faculty Member Named Visiting Teacher to Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Miss Porter's School
Miss Porter's School 's Associate Director of Admission Tricia Davol was selected as a 2012 Cannady Visiting Teacher to the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls.
4/24/2012 Blair Academy Goes Solar To Reduce Costs, Emissions
Blairstown, NJ-based boarding school Blair Academy has completed the installation of a 253-kilowatt solar electric system that is expected to meet nearly 7 percent of the campus' electric needs and save $16,500 in electricity costs during its first year of installation.
4/19/2012 St. John’s Military School Earns Highest Score in the United States Yahoo News
St. John’s Military School’s 124th Corps of Cadets completed its’ Annual Formal Inspection (AFI) Monday, April 16, earning a 999 out of a possible 1,000 points for the second consecutive year, which once again is the highest rating earned of all military schools in the country.
4/19/2012 Solar Panels Create a Buzz at One Jersey School
A large solar panel installation on the grounds of The Lawrenceville School will share space with as many as one million bees in a sustainability initiative that mixes the latest technology with old-fashioned agriculture.
4/17/2012 Loomis Chaffee Launches New Center for Global Studies Loomis Chaffee
One of the center’s first orders of business will be to take a look at the school’s curricular offerings to develop a Global Studies Certificate, an “intentional” program of study for students who have a particular interest in global studies and international issues.
4/10/2012 The Future of the Past The Morehead-Cain Scholarship Magazine
Timothy Sullivan is a member of the class of 1981 of The Hotchkiss School, and a class of 1985 Morehead-Cain Scholar of UNC. He is also the CEO of and former CEO of Read how he is bringing "a dusty pastime into the digital mainstream."
4/3/2012 Graves to step down as Girard College president
Autumn Adkins Graves, the first African American and first female president of Girard College, will leave the historic school in June, she said Tuesday.
4/2/2012 Kiski School for Boys Starts Virtual School Kiski Virtual School for Boys
Kiski School for Boys now offers an option for homeschoolers, via Kiski Virtual School for Boys, a synchronous learning environment that extends college-prep courses to other students.
3/30/2012 Round table discussion promotes female philanthropists
For Miss Hall's School in Massachusetts, philanthropy is more than giving alms to the poor. It's a way to inspire change and give women a chance to be leaders.
3/26/2012 Salem Academy Student Leads Youth Legislative Assembly Salem Academy
Academy senior Angelica Mack served as co-speaker of the House at the North Carolina Youth Legislative Assembly's annual session on March 23-25 in Raleigh, and also received the Richard White Leadership Award.
3/13/2012 Andover alum is editor of The New Republic Phillips Academy
Chris Hughes '02 of Phillips Academy is the new publisher and editor of top magazine
3/12/2012 Lowell Whiteman has two national champs The Lowell Whiteman School
Nick Veth and Michael DeGrandis are win big in skiing
3/12/2012 Athol Murray grad signs NHL contract Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
Jaden Schwartz '10 signs with St. Louis Blues
3/9/2012 Choate student is player of the year Choate Rosemary Hall
John Papale of Choate Rosemary Hall is New England basketball player of the year
3/8/2012 Exeter student is top AP student Phillips Exeter
Ravi Bajaj a senior at Phillips Exeter Academy, was named New Hampshire state winner
3/8/2012 Christ School brothers dominate at Duke Christ School
Marshall, Mason, and Miles Plumlee are leading Duke during March Madness
3/7/2012 Woodberry Forest Alum makes Olympic Bid Woodberry Forest School
Will Coleman '01 seeks to make the 2012 US Olympic Team
3/6/2012 Andover 'three-peats' in swimming Phillips Academy
Phillips Academy boys' swim team ended its undefeated season in style
3/5/2012 Exeter alumni twins are All-Americans Phillips Exeter Academy
Matthew and Michael Sullivan ‘12 made All-American status at Lehigh University
3/1/2012 Bolles student wins State Championship The Bolles School
Max Tejada '12 wins state wrestling title.
2/29/2012 Hebron student earns top Scholastic honors Hebron Academy
Hebron Academy’s Yena Kang ’12 is top of Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of 2012
2/29/2012 Hun students are National Merit Finalists The Hun School of Princeton
Phoebe Huang and Michael Chang named National Merit Scholarship finalists
2/28/2012 FUMA and Woodberry Forest alum wins Oscar Woodberry Forest School
Angus Wall wins second Academy Award for Film Editing
2/28/2012 Deerfield Senior to compete in Mongol Rally Deerfield Academy
Colten McCormick is set to compete in 10,000 mile race
2/24/2012 TCS Alum lands lead role in War Horse Trinity College School
Alex Furber of Trinity College School lands his first major production
2/22/2012 Ski jumping still flies at Proctor Academy NY Times
Proctor hosts the only ski jumping state championships
2/22/2012 Middlesex grad receives prestigious scholarship Middlesex School
Sarah Armitage has been awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
2/21/2012 Coach at FUMA is the best you've never heard of USA Today
Celebrating Fork Union Military Academy coach Fletcher Arritt
2/17/2012 CRMS skier is fastest in state Colorado Rocky Mountain School
Colorado Rocky Mountain School freshman Lina Sutro wins state championship
2/17/2012 Culver student makes wrestling history Culver Academies
106 pound Kayla Miracle is a wrestling sensation
2/16/2012 McCallie students featured in Esquire Esquire
McCallie's cooking club inspired by Esquire's Eat Like a Man
2/16/2012 Pathways to the bench Middlesex School
Jeff Hopkins '78 talks about Middlesex School and becoming a US bankruptcy judge
2/14/2012 Portsmouth Abbey student to Polo nationals Portsmouth Abbey School
Minnie Keating '13 to compete in USPA Nationals
2/13/2012 Riverside sharpshooter thrives after surgery Riverside Military Academy
Jake Weiner is back on the court just six games after life-threatening brain surgery
2/10/2012 Brewster and Oak Hill Seniors are All-Americans McDonald's All American
Seniors Tyler Lewis and T.J. Warren are named top High School Basketball players in America
2/9/2012 Athol Murray Student is Athlete of the Year Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
Miranda Seifert was named Saskatchewan Youth Female Athlete of the Year
2/9/2012 College Hopefuls look for Green Campuses USA Today
The nation's college-bound students are increasingly going green
2/8/2012 Roberta Flack to perform at The Gunnery The Gunnery
Grammy Award winning vocalist and producer to be a part of The Gunnery lecture series
2/8/2012 St. Paul's School featured in US Airways Magazine St. Paul's School
Ice hockey with no refs, no boards, and no clocks is the stuff of dreams in New England
2/7/2012 Bolles Student named National Finalist The Bolles School
Alexandra Walker '12 is recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation
2/7/2012 Hun School Student fights Lyme Disease The Hun School of Princeton
Myles Hutcherson ’18 is an international advocate for Lyme disease patients
2/6/2012 VFMA Alum named to NFL Hall of Fame Valley Forge Military Academy
Chris Doleman, Valley Forge Military Academy '81, is 2012 inductee
2/3/2012 Milton grad tackles GLBT issues Milton Academy
Dr. Eliza Byard ’86 fights biased bullying in schools
2/2/2012 Phillips Academy alum is humble musical star Phillips Academy
Modest Andover grad Kevin Olusola has too many talents to count
2/2/2012 Pittsburgh Steelers sign Hun School grad The Hun School of Princeton
Rhodes Scholar and Florida State standout, Myron Rolle, is headed to the NFL
2/1/2012 Pennington senior is star basketball recruiter The Pennington School
Alex Kline '12 has the attention of top coaches and blue chip athletes
2/1/2012 Putney School Grad on Transatlantic Race The Putney School
Emma Creighton '02 is the only American and one of a few females competing
1/31/2012 Olympian is grateful for Cheshire roots Cheshire Academy
Jo Leedham prepares for the 2012 London Olympics, praises Cheshire Academy
1/31/2012 KUA Alum is sufragette and social reformer Kimball Union Academy
Fascinating history of Mary Jane Hawes Wilmarth, KUA Class of 1856
1/27/2012 La Lumiere students nominated All-Americans La Lumiere
Four students from La Lumiere are on a shortlist to become McDonald's All-Americans
1/26/2012 Young Ghanaians stand out at Cate Cate School
These passionate students excel in and outside of the classroom
1/25/2012 2 NWS Teachers Receive Fulbright The Northwest School
Northwest School teachers receive 2 of only 18 Fulbright Awards in Teaching
1/25/2012 Westminster student wins squash championship Westminster School
Davis Scholar Ahmed Abdel Khalek ’12 won at U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships
1/24/2012 Wilbraham & Monson students give back Wilbraham & Monson Academy
After a moving Amazon visit, two students are looking to help out
1/24/2012 Saint Mary's School announce interim head Saint Mary's School
The SMS Board of Trustees would like to announce Rev. Dr. Smokey Oats as interim head
1/23/2012 Andover celebrates Super Bowl connections Phillips Academy
Phillips Academy alums will be battling on both sides of the field in Indianapolis
1/23/2012 10 Bolles Players Named All-State Bolles School
Ten Bolles Football players received All-State honors in addition to a Championship
1/20/2012 Bolles Junior featured in Sports Illustrated Bolles School
Ryan Murphy is featured in the “Faces in the Crowd”
1/20/2012 Portsmouth Abbey Head to Retire Portsmouth Abbey School
Headmaster Jim DeVecchi announced his retirement today
1/19/2012 Taft Student wins Squash Title The Taft School
Sue Ann Yong ’14 is US Junior Open Champion
1/18/2012 Woodlands Alumna is Forbes Power Woman Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heard
Mary Callahan Erdoes '81 is recognized for influence
1/17/2012 Vermont Acad. student to compete in World Juniors Vermont Academy
Vermont Academy's Michaela Paulszek ’13 will compete in the Junior World Biathlon in Finland
1/13/2012 WMA Student Celebrates 1000th Point Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Jaylen Brantley is honored for his high-scoring basketball career
1/12/2012 Suffield grad breaks national swim records Suffield Academy
Julian Fletcher '09 now has top Bermuda swimming records
1/10/2012 Ethel Walker student wins top soloist Ethel Walker School
Dahiana '12 won first place as most outstanding soloist
1/10/2012 Northwood student named to Junior Olympics Northwood School
Northwood Junior Will Rhoads '14 to compete in Ski Jumping in first Junior Olympics
1/9/2012 Lowell Whiteman student launches company The Lowell Whiteman School
Junior student Logan Banning starts successful parka company
1/5/2012 Choate grad to star in Spider-Man Choate Rosemary Hall
Rebecca Faulkenberry ’03 Joins the Cast of Spider-Man, Turn off the Dark
1/5/2012 Episcopal High School Soccer Awarded Episcopal High School
Episcopal Soccer Teams recently received NSCAA Academic Awards
1/3/2012 The Webb Schools Alum named to 40 under 40 The Webb Schools
Jawbone's Hosain Rahman is named one of Fortune Magazine's movers and shakers
12/22/2011 Hill School alum named to Forbes 30 under 30 The Hill School
Eric Trump '02 alumnus and trustee is one of the most influential under 30
12/21/2011 Hebron Academy starts Community Service Day Hebron Academy
Students and faculty at Hebron start a tradition of giving back
12/21/2011 Middlesex alum named to Forbes 30 Under 30 Middlesex School
Kevin Systrom MX '02 is one of the most influential young adults in the world
12/19/2011 Lawrenceville counselor to answer questions live The Lawrenceville School
Jeff Durso-Finley will answer college admissions questions for NY Times on Wednesday
12/16/2011 Middlesex Student Named All-American Middlesex School
Tabitha Sabky '12 is honored by the National Field Hockey Association
12/15/2011 Asheville School Alum named Top Adventurer Asheville School
Appalachian Trail record-setter Jenn Pharr Davis is Nat Geo Adventurer of the Year
12/15/2011 Idyllwild President offers new perspective Idyllwild Arts Academy
A different way to look at Chinese students studying in the US
12/14/2011 SSFS Alum is featured in young farmer movement Sandy Spring Friends School
Sandy Spring Friends School alum Josie Johnson '01 featured in NPR
12/14/2011 Brook Hill wins first state football title The Brook Hill School
The third time was a charm for the Regents, winning in convincing fashion
12/13/2011 Bolles School wins state football title Bolles School
In dramatic fashion, Bolles School wins their 11th state football championship
12/13/2011 Cushing Alum aids 'Invisible' Children Cushing Academy
Erica Shay '11 raised more than $57,000 to end long-lasting Central African War
12/12/2011 Hun School Student works on Broadway The Hun School of Princeton
Heston Charres ’13 gets exposure on the biggest stage
12/12/2011 Bolles alum to depict Panama Canal expansion Bolles School
Panama native and Disney Imagineer George Scribner '70 to envision major expansion
12/9/2011 Cushing Academy Alum wins Emmy Cushing Academy
Click to see the trailer for Juan Marquez's Emmy winning film "100,000"
12/7/2011 Hill School student earns spot on National Team The Hill School
Hill senior goalie Brennan Donville to represent Canada on Lacrosse U-19 team
12/6/2011 Bolles School announces new President Bolles School
Brian Johnson will become the seventh President and Head of School at Bolles
12/6/2011 Phillips Academy alum receives Fulbright Phillips Academy
Rachel Robinson '01 to study alternative energy in Spain
11/23/2011 Phillips Academy defends title Phillips Academy
Girls volleyball team win repeat New England Championships
11/22/2011 Worcester Alum awarded Rhodes Scholar Worcester Academy
Elizabeth Butterworth ’07 awarded the oldest, most prestigious international fellowship in academia
11/22/2011 St. Albans Alum Awarded Congressional Gold Medal St. Albans School
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins '48 was awarded the highest civilian honor by Congress
11/21/2011 Millbrook School are NE Champions Millbrook School
Boys varsity soccer take the title after a commanding season
11/21/2011 Wyoming Seminary are state champs Wyoming Seminary
The Girls Field Hockey team of Wyoming Seminary achieve first repeat title
11/17/2011 Randolph-Macon: What is Dorm Life Like? Randolph-Macon Academy
Randolph-Macon Academy fills you in on what to expect in co-ed dorms
11/16/2011 Bolles School Wins 100th and 101st Title Bolles School
The Bolles girls and boys swim teams continue massive streaks for state swimming titles
11/15/2011 The Hill School appoints new Headmaster The Hill School
Zachary Lehman is The Hill School's 11th Headmaster since 1851
11/14/2011 Woodberry Forest student inspires others Woodberry Forest School
Former top NCAA football prospect faced amputation, now is beacon of hope
11/8/2011 Brooks alum is leading scorer, has perfect GPA Brooks School
Eliza Marshall is making waves at Brown
11/8/2011 Gunnery student holds CRPS fundraiser The Gunnery
Kori Rimany '14 raises funds for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome awareness
11/3/2011 Phillips Exeter students share service experiences Phillips Exeter Academy
Students and faculty leave home to lend a hand over the summer
11/3/2011 Bolles Boys' Golf Team Win State Championship Bolles School
The boys' golf team win their first state championship in 72 years
11/1/2011 Middlesex grad is Woman of the Year Finalist Middlesex School
Michaela Calnan '07 is one of 9 finalists out of 471 nominations for NCAA award
11/1/2011 Cushing Academy receives Ray Bourque Cushing Academy
Hockey Hall of Famer and father of two CA alum, Ray Bourque, spoke on leadership yesterday
10/28/2011 St. Albans School Alum named MLB Manager St. Albans School
Josh Byrnes '88 named the new General Manager of the San Diego Padres
10/27/2011 Christ School student creates memorial Christ School
Zach Mitchell '12 unveils veterans memorial for fallen alumni as Eagle Scout Project
10/25/2011 Hargrave Runner Assists Fallen Athlete Hargrave Military Academy
Brandon Beavers cut his run short to help a downed competitor during cross country meet
10/24/2011 Berkshire grad signs contract with Bruins Berkshire School
Kevan Miller '07, a former two-year captain for UVM, signs with the Boston Bruins.
10/24/2011 George School student honored by NMSC George School
Marilyn Baffoe-Bonnie is an outstanding participant in National Achievement Scholarship Program
10/21/2011 Santa Catalina girls golf team go undefeated Santa Catalina School
Santa Catalina finished out their perfect season this Wednesday
10/21/2011 Hun School Students Perfect in AP Chemistry The Hun School of Princeton
Teacher and students cite teamwork as a fundamental ingredient to perfect scores
10/20/2011 Episcopal High School hosts Play for Parkinson's Episcopal High School
Twelve top Division 1 lacrosse schools competed at EHS to promote Parkinson's awareness
10/20/2011 Midland School: A School for our Times Midland School
Midland is the Model School of the Bioneers Conference 2011
10/19/2011 75 Bolles Students Earn AP Scholar Awards Bolles School
Bolles School students excel in advanced placement courses.
10/13/2011 Does art make you a better person? Huffington Post
Brian D. Cohen, President of Idyllwild Arts Academy asks how art makes us better.
10/12/2011 McCallie School are back to back champs McCallie School
McCallie wins their second straight golf state championship
10/12/2011 Hill teacher published in sports anthology The Hill School
Instructor of English Dr. Mark Pearson ’78, appears in The Best American Sports Writing 2011
10/11/2011 Cushing Academy's iClass table Cushing Academy
Check out how they're transforming the classroom experience
10/7/2011 Monks of Portsmouth Abbey utilize technology NY Times
They may be teaching art from an iPad, but you won't catch them on Angry Birds
10/4/2011 Asheville School: 'Top Tier' mountaineering Asheville School
The Association of Experiential Education recognizes the 43-year-old outdoor program.
9/30/2011 Pulitzer Prize winner visits St. Andrew's DE St. Andrew's School Delaware
Junot Diaz changes the way students approach reading, writing, and art
9/29/2011 Hun School student publishes book The Hun School of Princeton
Alex Passikoff ’12 wrote, designed, and published architecture book over the summer
9/29/2011 Lawrenceville student writes first novel The Lawrenceville School
Nick Cherukuri' 12 writes his first book which will benefit less-privileged Polish youth
9/26/2011 Athol Murray College grad signs with Flyers Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
2011 top draft pick Sean Couturier '08 gets his chance in the NHL
9/23/2011 Peddie School earns sportsmanship award Peddie School
For the third year of four, Peddie is recognized for its fair play
9/22/2011 Middlesex grad receives MacArthur 'Genius' Grant Middlesex School
Tiya Miles MX'88 was chosen for her awe-inspiring work as a public historian
9/20/2011 St. Andrew's-Sewanee building receives award St. Andrew's-Sewanee
SAS recently received an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Design Award
9/20/2011 Mavs’ NBA Championship Trophy visits Hockaday The Hockaday School
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and head coach Rick Carlisle inspire students
9/19/2011 New Hampton displays iPad's classroom capacity New Hampton School
iPads inspire, enhance communication, and econonomize at NHS
9/19/2011 Lawrenceville students not just All-Americans The Lawrenceville School
Big Red Student-Athletes named Academic All-Americans honored by USA Polo
9/16/2011 TASIS Student Swims the English Channel TASIS: The American School in England
Kevin Mitchell ’12 swam across the English Channel covering 40 miles in open water
9/15/2011 Lawrenceville and Peddie team up against cancer Peddie School
Rivals for over a century are teaming up against a greater opponent: Cancer
9/15/2011 Bolles students qualify for national swim teams Bolles School
Ryan Murphy ’13 and Joseph Schooling ’14 both earn spots on national teams
9/14/2011 Middlesex grad named Academic All-American Middlesex School
Heather Landry ’08 is recognized a third time for her outstanding work in the classroom
9/14/2011 Saint Andrew's FL student is making a difference Saint Andrew's School FL
Sam Steiner '15 helps bring the elderly to the digital age
9/13/2011 Branksome Hall opens campus in Asia Branksome Hall
Doors will open on Jeju Island in September 2012
9/12/2011 Webb School student seeks a life of service Webb School
Community service is a calling for Kat Coffey '13
9/12/2011 Fishburne Military student displays leadership Fishburne Military School
Travis Knapp ’12 has earned 55-plus awards, but has a good reason for wearing only one
9/9/2011 George School welcomes civil rights pioneer George School
H. Julian Bond to share experiences as a civil rights and student activist
9/8/2011 US Dept. of State recognizes FSHA Athlete Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Recent Flintridge Sacred Heart grad Natalie Zeenni honored among Muslim athletes
9/6/2011 Baylor School welcomes new faculty Baylor School
Jaime Melton ’94 is new Director of Alumni Affairs and Caitlin Studer is Associate
9/2/2011 Episcopal HS student saves baby elephants Episcopal High School
Will Stewart '12 travels to Zambia to care for endangered animals
9/2/2011 SAS Florida student discusses diabetes Saint Andrew's School FL
Emily Cohen '18 meets with Congressman Ted Deutch about funding
9/1/2011 SAS Delaware grad designs greenest office building St. Andrew's School Delaware
Architect Brian Court '92 designs the new Bullitt Center
9/1/2011 World-renowned scientist to speak at Peddie School Peddie School
Freeman Dyson will kick off Christensen Speaker Series
8/31/2011 Flintridge Sacred Heart grads win Fulbright Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Congratulations to Brianna Hodge '07 and Charlotte Guy '05
8/30/2011 Santa Catalina student volunteers in Cambodia Santa Catalina School
Tierney Hightower '13 shares her experiences in a Cambodian hospital
8/30/2011 William Kamkwamba to Speak at New Hampton New Hampton School
Co-author of 'The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind' to speak at convocation
8/29/2011 New Hampton School Faculty recognized New Hampton School
Jenna McCabe and Justin Simon receive service award
8/29/2011 Webb School alum traces roots of MLK 'Dream' Webb School
Will Murphy '09 discovers original connections
8/25/2011 Webb School grad is aircraft grand champion Webb School
David Buntin '81 collects a hangar full of awards
8/25/2011 Randolph-Macon: Ease into Dorm Life Randolph-Macon Academy
Tips to living with a roommate for the first time
8/24/2011 3 Baylor School grads in US Amateur Baylor School
It's hard enough for a college team to achieve this feat.
8/22/2011 Stoneleigh-Burnham School offers advice Stoneleigh-Burnham School
The Top 10 things all students should do while in school
8/22/2011 Baylor School Student Wins Gold Baylor School
Kristen Vredeveld '13 breaks records at World Jr. Championship
8/18/2011 Portsmouth Abbey School Green Initiatives Portsmouth Abbey School
Be sure to check out their wind turbine and solar house
8/17/2011 Asheville School alum breaks App. Trail record Asheville School
Jennifer Pharr Davis '01 finishes in just over 46 days
8/16/2011 St. Albans School Alum signed to Mariners St. Albans School
Danny Hultzen '08 to continue illustrious career
8/12/2011 Ridley College teachers save life Ridley College
Eight-year-old girl had undiagnosed heart condition
8/11/2011 Hill alumnus honored with award in his name The Hill School
Tom Walter '87 is first recipient of inspirational award
8/4/2011 Culver Academies Alumnus to Hall of Fame Culver Academies
US Hockey Hall of Fame adds the legendary Gary Suter '82 to its ranks
8/3/2011 Phillips Academy Student Revamps School Song YouTube
Filmmaker Michael Kontaxis ‘11 and recent grads give new meaning to Big Blue spirit
8/2/2011 Hun School Student to Linguistics Competition The Hun School of Princeton
Rachel McEnroe '11 will represent the nation in Olympiad in Linguistics
7/28/2011 Greenwood School Adds High School Program Greenwood School
Greenwood is currently accepting 9th and 10th grade applicants
7/27/2011 SAS Delaware Headmaster on Testing St. Andrew's School Delaware
Schools must be focused on the essential skills, not testing
7/21/2011 Hargrave Academy Nurse saves life Hargrave Military Academy
RN Jessica Elliott is the "Angel in Orange"
7/21/2011 Wilbraham & Monson Academy to Amazon Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Follow students as they travel through the rain forest.
7/20/2011 Hun School Alumnus promoted to Yankees
Steve Garrison '05 got the call of a lifetime.
7/20/2011 Garrison Forest School to China Garison Forest School
GFS students are blogging about their experiences in the Middle Kingdom
7/19/2011 Cate School Student takes top honors PRLog
Thanh-Liem Huynh-Tran '12 wins at International Brain Bee
7/19/2011 Milton Academy student is Squash Champion Milton Academy
National champion Yuleissy Ramirez ’11 is now Harvard bound.
7/14/2011 Fork Union Alum goes from Stockroom to CEO Fork Union Military Academy
Edward Telling '38 is a true success story.
7/14/2011 McCallie School Runners Make News McCallie School
Ryan Schumacher '11 and Will Raby '09 are in news wires.
7/13/2011 Randolph-Macon Academy - Start Reading Randolph-Macon Academy
Six ways to keep minds active and engage imaginations this summer
7/13/2011 SAC Captures Gold at RoboCup 2011 St. Andrew's College ON
St. Andrew's College Takes the Gold in Istanbul
7/12/2011 New Hampton School: An Arm for the Ages New Hampton School
MLB All Star Roberto Hernandez '84 had defining years at NHS.
7/8/2011 Lawrenceville School Student Changes Lives Lawrenceville School
Charlie Cerami-Nucci '11 provides assistance to children facing illnesses
7/8/2011 McCallie School Alumnus Discovers New Species McCallie School
Jeff Simmons '96 has discovered a new species of crawfish.
7/7/2011 Blair Academy Student is Player of the Year Blair Academy
Kelsey Stevens ’11 Named Prep Softball Player of the Year
7/7/2011 Mercersburg Academy Competes in Istanbul Mercersburg Academy
Four Mercersburg students qualify for International RoboCup 2011.
6/30/2011 Milton Alumnus is top Communicator Milton Academy
Austan Goolsbee '87 is honored with Communicator of the Year Award
6/30/2011 Baylor School Alumni to Travel 15,000 Miles Baylor School
Ry Glover '09 and Fynn Glover '06 set off on 15 month adventure
6/29/2011 Bruins Draft Milton Academy Captain The Patriot Ledger
NHL Champion Boston picks up hometown Defender Rob O'Gara.
6/29/2011 Episcopal High School Alumnus is Top Chef Episcopal High School
Todd Gray '82 is Washington D.C. wins Chef of the Year Award
6/28/2011 Episcopal High School Alum is Celeb Favorite Episcopal High School
Jane Pope Cooper's ('96) one-of-a-kind jewelry is turning heads.
6/28/2011 Wasatch Academy: Best in State
Wasatch Academy receives honor for second consecutive year.
6/22/2011 Darlington Student is State Wrestling Champion Darlington School
Three-Time State Champ Spencer Jones ('12) talks about his wrestling career and influences.
5/27/2011 Hun School Seniors Awarded Thiel Fellowship The Hun School of Princeton
John Marbach ’11 and David Merfield ’11 are two of just 20 recipients worldwide.
5/25/2011 Olney Friends School Announces New Head of School Olney Friends School
Charles F. Szumilas has accepted the position of Head of School, effective July 1, 2011.
5/19/2011 Baylor Innovates with iPad Initiative Baylor School
Beginning Fall 2012, all students will be required to purchase or lease an iPad.
4/29/2011 Midland School Delivers Solar Success Story Midland School
Transitioning to renewable energy for over decade - A working model from 10th graders.
4/16/2011 St. Paul's to be Honored as Energy Efficient Leader
Featured in a 90-second video, the school is recognized in the Northeast Energy Efficiency Business Leaders Recognition Program.
4/16/2011 Asheville School Microfinance Society Supports Global Entrepreneurship
Students embrace the idea of supporting global entrepreneurship by creating a student-led microfinance society.
4/14/2011 Idyllwild Arts Academy Alum is Idol Favorite
Casey Abrams, a music major from Idyllwild Arts, is one of 8 finalists on America's most popular TV program.
4/14/2011 New Hampton Student Scores Perfectly on AIME
Boe Vachiraprasith, a senior and Royal Thai Scholar, joins a select group of students in the last decade who have scored a perfect score on the AIME.
3/23/2011 Branksome Hall Launches Sister School in South Korea
One of 12 international schools in the "Global Education Project" on Jeju Island, Branksome Hall is the only Canadian school involved with the project.
3/21/2011 Brentwood College School Featured on CBS Brentwood College School BC
The Rick Mercer Report focuses on Brentwood's uncanny history of creating future Olympians.
3/9/2011 A Life of Scoops and Schoolwork The Wall Street Journal
A 16-Year-Old Pennington School Boy Maintains His Own Successful College Basketball Recruiting Website
3/8/2011 Coming Together to Give Schools a Boost The New York Times
Cincinnati area leaders are uniting to help students from ‘cradle to career’ with a new strategy for addressing large-scale social problems that has been dubbed “collective impact.”
3/7/2011 Purnell to be Featured on Award Winning TV Show Purnell School
Hosted by Lou Gossett, Jr. The Profiles Series will feature Purnell as one of the best in 21st Century education and individualized learning.
3/7/2011 Green Cup Challenge: 8 TABS Schools Deemed Winners The Green Schools Alliance
Designed to measure and reduce campus electricity use and GHG emissions, the Challenge supports campus greening efforts including recycling and water conservation. Eight TABS schools received awards and many more TABS schools participated.
3/1/2011 Wild Mustangs Teach Midland Students Midland School
One of the most unique classes imaginable has students taking over a young Mustang, to tame and to give a bit of training.
2/25/2011 Westtown Seniors on 5 Continents with Senior Projects Westtown School
Students blog about their senior projects that centers on a service, potential career path, a personal passion or language immersion. This year students are on five continents and involved in 34 different kinds of projects.
2/23/2011 VES Teacher Making Strides for Int'l Rescue Committee Virginia Episcopal School
Jenny Anderson will run 500 miles in 10 days in an effort to raise a funds for international refugees and set a new world speed record running the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route.
2/18/2011 Christchurch to Begin Girls Boarding Program Christchurch School VA
In the Fall of 2012, the school will introduce a girls boarding program to complement the longstanding boys boarding program and co-ed day program.
2/18/2011 Olney Friends School on "Jeopardy" Olney Friends School
A recent “Jeopardy” game show broadcast featured Olney Friends School in a clue about boarding schools. “Olney Friends School was founded in 1837 by this religious group & still teaches its values,” read the clue. A contestant provided the correct response, “Who are the Quakers?”
2/17/2011 La Lumiere Wins State Academic Decathlon La Lumiere School
The school placed first in the small school division at the 26th Annual Indiana Academic Decathlon State Finals on the campus of Purdue University. With an enrollment of just over 200, La Lumiere School competed and won against schools 6 to 10 times its size.
2/7/2011 SJR Students Dominate National Debating Competition St. John's-Ravenscourt & "Winnipeg Free Press"
At the Canadian National Debating Competition, held February 5-7, at St. John’s-Ravenscourt School, SJR students won 5 of the top 10 positions, including first place overall. Winners go to Australia in April for the 2011 World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships.
1/26/2011 The Governor's Academy Alum Francois '04 Headed to Super Bowl The Governor's Academy
Governor's alumnus Robert Francois '04, who played collegiate football at Boston College, is headed to the Super Bowl as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
1/26/2011 TASIS Teacher Mr. Hudgens Celebrates Amazon Kindle Book Release TASIS
History teacher Mr. Robert Hudgens shared the exciting news in January that his book Cursus Honorum has been published on Amazon Kindle.
1/25/2011 Branksome Hall Perennial Praised Branksome Hall
The 2010 edition of Perennial, Branksome Hall’s publication of student literature and art, has been awarded a “Superior” ranking by the National Council of Teachers of English Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines.
1/22/2011 Young Navajo filmmaker refines skills at Idyllwild Arts Academy Navajo-Hopi Observer
Navajo-Hopi Observer highlights student at Idyllwild Arts Academy.
1/13/2011 High School Hockey: Talent, passion drive Panarelli Telegram
Middlesex '11 student was highlighted for her hockey skill and drive -- she talks about how her Middlesex experience played a significant role in her game and personal development.
1/12/2011 Bolles Alumna, Blum '07, Selected by Princeton to Participate in Leadership Summit Bolles School
Bolles alumna Rachel Blum ’07 was nominated by Princeton University to attend the Emerging Leaders Global Summit 2011: The Next Generation of Women Leaders Transforming the World.
1/10/2011 New Hampton School Awarded E.E. Ford Foundation Grant New Hampton School
The New Hampton School is honored to announce that the Edward E. Ford Foundation has awarded the School a $50,000 challenge grant that will help establish an endowed fund to support professional development for the International Baccalaureate Program and general-purpose professional development.
1/10/2011 Jessica, Middlesex '11, Reflects on Service Middlesex School
At Middlesex, each person finds his or her own passion or develops a new one, like I did. As it turns out, my decision to try Walden House my freshman year turned out to be a great one, and community service has become very important to me.
1/5/2011 Brenau Academy shifts focus to 'early college' program
Brenau Academy this year is shifting its focus to an "early college" program.
1/5/2011 PurBlu Brands raises $1M to expand distribution through a new strategic partner Pop City Media
PurBlu Brands, the philanthropic drink company that catapulted the successful career of a Shadyside Academy student, has led a $1 million Series-A financing round for the growth and expansion of Green Shoots Distribution, its new strategic partner.
1/2/2011 Woodlands Alumna Mary Callahan Erdoes '85 Once Again a Forbes Most Powerful Honoree Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart
Mary Callahan Erdoes '85, Chief Executive of JPMorgan Chase's asset management business, was again named to the Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women list.
12/22/2010 Brentwood Rower wins National Award Brentwood College School
Brentwood rower Martin B. just received an award for Rowing Canada's Junior Sculler of the Year.
12/22/2010 Phillips Academy Dining Hall Renovation Reaps LEED Silver
The USGBC bestowed a LEED Silver certification on the 42,480-square-foot structure following a 15-month rehab that saw the reuse and recycling of more than 90 percent of all construction debris generated in addition to the installation of a slew of new energy-efficient equipment and materials.
12/12/2010 Florida hires Will Muschamp as coach ESPN
Darlington School's WIll Muschamp '90 is hired as University of Florida head coach.
12/10/2010 Hun School Subway High School Hero Ambassador The Hun School
Check out Hun School student Carrick P., a Subway ® High School Hero Ambassador.
12/9/2010 MacDuffie School to make big move WWLP
School to relocate to Granby under plan
12/7/2010 Will Strickler, Woodberry Forest '04, Earns PGA Tour Card Woodberry Forest School
Even though he bogied his final hole, Will Strickler '04 received his PGA tour card Monday, December 6, 2010.
12/6/2010 Canterbury class programs robots The Journal Gazette
Sophomores, juniors and seniors learning a computer language called Python. The language, used by Google and NASA, is one of the more accessible computer languages.
12/6/2010 Hun School Alumnus Enables the Disabled Hun School
Scott Sussman ’03, Hun School staff member and alumnus launched, a first-of-its-kind social media website for people with disabilities. Sussman launched the site in November 2010 and has attracted viewers from six continents to date.
12/6/2010 Oregon Episcopal School duo wins national Siemens math, science, technology competition
Two Juniors at Oregon Episcopal School, found themselves holding a giant check for $100,000 Monday morning in Washington D.C.. They were awarded first place in the team division for their work on a device that can recognize emotion in human speech.
12/3/2010 Delegates Excel at Model UN Conference McCallie School
McCallie School junior Bharath Venkatesh was recently selected to serve as Secretary-General of next year’s Southeast High School Model United Nations conference. His election for the top leadership position at the 2011 conference came at this year’s event held Nov. 20-22 in Chattanooga.
11/17/2010 Asheville School Alumnus Patrick Darab ‘05 Sings with Glee Asheville School
Asheville School alumnus Patrick Darab 2005 (Hickory, NC) is in several spotlights. He recently sang in an episode of Glee – and has signed a contract to work on seven more episodes of the Fox hit series about a high school Glee Club.
11/16/2010 I.S.S.T. Medalists at the 2010 Championships TASIS
TASIS - The American School in England soccer and volleyball teams win medals.
11/5/2010 Blog from Asia San Domenico School
Stacie Grant, Director of Development at San Domenico School, blogs about the TABS Asia Fairs.
11/3/2010 Teen's Jewelry Raises Money For Diabetes Cure The Pittsburgh Channel
Diagnosed with diabetes, Shady Side Academy teen, Rachel Tobin makes jewelry to raise money for a cure.
11/1/2010 Shady Side Academy Girls Tennis Team Wins State Championship Shady Side Academy
The Shady Side Academy girls tennis team collected its second state title in four years.
11/1/2010 American Hebrew Academy Wins THREE Awards at Last Week's PEJE Conference! American Hebrew Academy Facebook
Alina Spaulding, Director of Communications, and Leslie Grossman, Director of Admissions, enjoyed their time representing the Academy and loved meeting as many Jewish educators as they could. Alina was also able to accept THREE AWARDS on behalf of the Academy.
10/28/2010 True Story: I Go to Boarding School with my Horse
Kacey Tucker is a 17-year-old young rider who is a rising senior at Andrews Osborne Academy (AOA), a co-ed day and boarding school in Willoughby, Ohio. Kacey has been a student at AOA for two years.
10/26/2010 TMI Students receive National Hispanic recognition PRLog
Three seniors at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas have been recognized by the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.
10/14/2010 Silence and duty: Scattergood students live unique experience Eastern Iown Schools
The private school’s Quaker background and emphasis on community living gives its students a experience very different from their colleagues in public schools.
10/14/2010 Documentary to be filmed on Monteverde Basketball Academy Prep Hoops Assist
National high school basketball powerhouse Montverde Academy has teamed up with CG Media to produce a season long documentary “Soar With The Eagles”.
10/14/2010 Ross Alumni Hit the Big Screen The East Hampton Star
Students who have graduated from the Ross School have proven themselves well prepared for the word of filmmaking, with two recent graduates showing short films at this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival.
10/13/2010 One on one class sessions for students at Oxford Academy NBC Connecticut
Great video on the one to one education model at Oxford Academy in Westbrook, Connecticut.
10/7/2010 Webb recognized for excellence in sportsmanship The Webb School
The Webb School was recently recognized by TSSAA for exhibiting stellar sportsmanship on and off the playing fields and courts during the 2009-10 school year.
10/2/2010 $1.1 million scholarship comes from former student
The story of the latest endowment to the Gow School in South Wales started more than 70 years ago, when Donald Weston Jr.,a young man struggling with dyslexia, came to the small boarding school near East Aurora.
9/30/2010 Baylor girls golf wraps up sweet 16th Chattanooga Times Free Press
The Division II-AA girls state golf championship celebrated its Sweet 16 birthday on Wednesday at Willowbrook Golf Club with Javadi leading the celebration.
9/28/2010 PEA students earn medals at Math Olympiad
When Adisa Kruayatidee and Joy Zheng spent three weeks in China competing in the 2010 China Girls Mathematics Olympiad, they received medals among the best math student's from 190 countries.
9/28/2010 St. Thomas More's Drummond featured in SI
Someday Andre Drummond, who's already creating a buzz in college basketball recruiting circles, could be on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
9/27/2010 Therefore I Row The McCallie School
A senior at McCallie School shares his insight on rowing as a sport.
9/20/2010 Austan Goolsbee '87 Now Chairs President Obama's