Check out photos from the trip and read about their service projects, Spanish lessons, and more!
More than 120 colleges and universities will attend over the two evenings.
An incredible learning experience, the conference offers students a crash course in diplomacy, negotiation, public speaking skills, and more.
All of our boarding students were divided into groups, and each group had dinner at a different faculty house on campus. It was such a fun night!
Thank you to all who donated their time and funds to Empty Bowls!
During a lesson on abolitionist and activist Frederick Douglass, students learned that (legend has it) Douglass choose 2/14 as his birthday because his mom called him her "little valentine"... a powerful message of the endurance of love within the deepest institutions of hate at that time.
Listen to Solebury School's Jazz Roots Ensemble perform two student-written songs, recorded under the direction of Music Department Head Cathy Block (who also performs on flute).
Listen to a professional recording of the Solebury Elite Ensemble performing "Danse Macabre" by C. Saint-Saëns.
We thank everyone who came out on MLK day to make these projects happen.
It was a fun night of student and faculty performances!