The ancient Greek storyteller Aesop famously said, “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted...”
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Upper School students celebrate completing critical essays on classic novel with a true-to-the-period Tea Party.
Focus on boat handling and starting strategy leads to strong showing in the first league regatta of the year.
Students shake, rattle, and roll at school dance before spending the weekend at top San Francisco attractions.
Students learn about Rosh Hashanah and the traditional blowing of the shofar.
First Graders learn of the intersection between art and science at Golden Gate Park museums.
Upper School Human Biology students practice surgical techniques while learning anatomy and physiology.
Entertainment can be a powerful tool to encourage conversations about identity and representation.
The Hall of Fame Water Polo coach shares his secret to developing athletes.
Happy New Year! This week is the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Our reflection comes from the Jewish writer and Holocaust survivor, Elie Wiesel...
Students brave the season’s first rainstorm by learning to cook, sew, and make slime.
Students, teachers, and staff gather to add another language to our Peace Pole.
Eighth graders learn how to use a spectrograph to “see” sound waves.
Students experiment with painting techniques from the ancient Greeks to create modern works of art.
Whether your kids are already using social media or asking to get started, it's a good idea to talk with them about their online habits and set guidelines.