Our Middle School students grew beautiful Kalanchoe blossfeldiana plants from cuttings from a single parent plant.
Students visited Sole, a kombucha company based in Dublin, PA, to learn how microbiology is used every day to make their product.
For the third year in a row, Britta will help score the free-response sections of the AP Calculus exams this June.
Students can register to take half-length tests of both the ACT and SAT on the same morning and receive a score report from Kaplan that will only be seen by them. Register by January 24th!
Immigration is one of our Middle School's year-long themes. In History and English class, our students recently focused on the immigrants who arrived at Ellis Island between 1880 and 1920. A field trip this month brought the story of immigration to life.
In our Digital Film class and our Film Editing class, students have been busy working on comedies, promotional films, animated short films and more. Learn the skills they're developing and watch examples of their work.
In its first competition of the year, all Solebury School Debate Team students had at least one win and two students won three of four rounds.
Students presented their trimester of interdisciplinary work studying local agricultural history, the science of soil and land use, and the art of interviewing and writing.
After studying Gamelan (the music of Indonesia) for their "Introduction to the Arts: Music" class, our students capped off the trimester with a performance for the entire school.
"We must learn how to be better citizens. How to disagree respectfully. How to listen and not just argue. How to find solutions and not just win," Tom told students at an assembly today.
Students in our Science of Exercise and Motion elective class predicted 1RM (one-rep maximum) estimated VO2 (maximum oxygen consumption).
Students explored the differences between primary sources and secondary sources, learning how both are used to verify history and fully understand a time period.
Senior Gabby C. invited educators from a local domestic violence center to campus who engaged our boarding students in an activity on the warning signs of unhealthy relationships.
Now in its second year, students will participate in various STEM-related activities and workshops all week long. Check out the schedule for details.
Students picked everything from squash to eggplant to summer's last tomatoes, then delivered the fresh produce to our chefs in the dining hall.