June 14 - July 30, 2021
San Domenico School News & Events
Students identified personal passions and found ways in which their passions intersect with needs in the Bay Area as part of the Capstone Project.
It has been the longest year we have ever had in the Boarding program - and not just because this year Covid was challenging in many ways, but because quite literally, we have been open to students continuously since August of 2019!
Emma Keith-Brown and Luka Vujicic turned in outstanding athletic performances in competitions this week in Swimming and Soccer. Go Panthers!
AP Literature students presented their critical interpretations in creative ways, including art, music, cooking and more.
Our artists have been creating all year despite our unusual circumstances, and we are pleased to share their work in a virtual gallery.
Art teacher Ms. Ybarra served in the Peace Corps in Africa, and tasked her students with drawing portraits of their new friends across the globe.
Librarian Karlyn Strand provide a curated list around handling tough topics with grace as we emerge from the pandemic into more social interactions.
We are officially wrapping up the year. With the seniors finishing their projects and preparing for Senior Transitions and Graduation next week, we’re preparing to say good-bye to a memorable year in San Domenico Boarding!
Congratulations to Warren Yang, Nina Jiang, Beier Sun, and Shifu Ni on their third place finish in the state championships of the National Economic Challenge!
Students in First Grade held a publishing party to celebrate their realistic fiction series on Chase Field.
Mrs. Churchill's 12th Grade Human Biology class took to chalk art to demonstrate how the Pfizer Vaccine works!
As many of our boarding students mentioned last week in their expressions of gratitude, our sports teams have created a lot of energy and joy throughout campus. We are fortunate to have a lot of coaches and athletes in our boarding program, including many members of our UNDEFEATED Badminton team! Go Panthers!
Our talented VP musicians will perform featuring works Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, Mozart and more this Friday, May 21 at 7:00 pm.
Upper School student Sinead Murphy created this beautiful video on "Letter to a Young Poet" by Rainer Maria Rilke and Franz Xaver Kappus in her Myth and Meaning class.