These photos-within-photos show Middle School students and their self-reflections at the beginning of the year and near the end of this academic year. The before-and-after images are on display in the Arts Center. Below, Class I student Isabella Schumann poses … Continue reading
Today was the annual Middle School Shakespeare Breakfast. Students performed monologues from Romeo and Juliet and were treated to cake afterward. Cake for breakfast anyone?
Graduation might be around the corner, but it seems like yesterday when this group of now-senior girls were heading to Middle School practice together.
This week, Class V students traveled to Washington, D.C., where they met with Sen. Mo Cowan (top photo) and Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy III.
It’s 16 degrees outside, but weather.com says it feels like zero. The antidote? Flik Dining Services serves up warm blueberry cobbler (and, yes, vanilla ice cream) at lunchtime.
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Middle School personal development classes focus on a different topic each week to foster healthy social-emotional development in adolescence. Today, one class took a few minutes for some fun photos before getting down to the serious stuff.
Three Middle School students performed during the final Assembly of the semester, providing the perfect send-off to winter break. Jeremy Johnson, Class V, put his own spin on “Cooler Than Me,” by Mike Posner, and Caroline and Courtney Collins-Pisano, both … Continue reading
Middle School students will share their art tonight in Lawrence Auditorium. Several of the student-artists will be on hand to discuss their process.
Some students pause to smile between classes in Pratt Middle School.
Members of Class VI kick off the year–and their Nobles experience– with a visit to the high ropes course, where they enjoy zip lining and tightrope walking up in the trees. The ropes course is just one of many activities … Continue reading