At NYU, J.R. continues to work toward creating positive social change as he did at Solebury School, juggling multiple volunteer roles.
Please join us for this special event honoring our athletes, coaches and parents.
Our talented student musicians performed with 600+ other students from around the area.
More than 160 colleges and universities will attend our two-day fair on April 17 and 18, in partnership with George School.
The author of the national bestseller, Lily and the Octopus, is coming to campus on April 18, 2017, 7:00-8:00pm, and you're invited. This event is free and open to the public.
Are you a duo, band or soloist that would like to record with a Grammy-winning recording engineer?
The newspaper published essays by Macio Sexton '17 and Kaileigh Fox '17, written for their Journalism for Social Change class.
This spring break, students pitched in at Abriendo Mentes, a nonprofit that works to empower and educate youth in underserved communities.
It was a season of rebuilding for the girls basketball team, which was comprised of all sophomores and freshman.
Cohort 7 helped students blow off steam before exams as part of their mission to "de-stress" Solebury and take away the stigma surrounding mental health.