In our Middle School Robotics class, students took part in a code-writing activity to celebrate Computer Science Education Week and its "Hour of Code."
The partnership enables Solebury School's Multivariable Calculus students to earn college credits through a program developed by the university.
Students spent the day in New York City checking drone races, robotics, 3D printing demos, and more! Plus, learn what our AP and Honors Chemistry students have been up to this month.
Our Middle School students visited the nearby James A. Michener Art Museum as part of a Social Studies lesson.
Some of our teachers become students over the summer.
The program is designed to develop character-based leaders and applies the same rigor of sports training to the practice of leadership.
Here's how the day is designed to help students prepare for their final exams.
Solebury School entered Botball for the first time this year and won the first round of the competition.
Organized by alum Lindsey Rutherford Sides '97, the conference is meant to inspire young girls in pursuing STEM careers.
As part of an environmental science lesson, students sailed the Chesapeake Bay. They also navigated a zip-line/ropes course at the nearby Sandy Spring Adventure Park.
From a submarine ROV competition to the upcoming Botball, Solebury School's Makerspace has seen a flurry of activity this spring.
AP students, please note: You must attend one of our pre-administration sessions.
Now a political science major at Yale University, Alex piloted her Solebury School Teach2Serve capstone project in New Haven, CT.
Each spring, sophomores will reflect on their first two years of high school and set goals for the next two, either with Rick for a "Doc-side chat" (whose office features a portrait of Solebury School founder Doc Washburn) or a "Fireside chat" with Steve.
Before the trip, students calculated their terminal velocity. At iFLY, they went indoor skydiving to learn if their calculations were correct!