"When you learn how to make art, particularly when you learn how to work from observation, you start to see things more clearly..."
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Can you trace a path over all seven bridges shown here, without crossing any of them more than once? The solution to this problem led to a new field of mathematics. The riddle also happens to illustrate what it is that mathematicians do...
Last summer, Julianna traveled halfway around the world with people she had just met...and had one of the best months of her life. In celebration of Global Education Week, here are just a few of the things she learned in Cambodia.
"Most kids aren’t disorganized on purpose — organization is actually a skill many students need to be explicitly taught." Here are a few ways to help them.
"Community service cultivates our interests, gives us a chance to reflect on and appreciate what we have, and advances humanity. And it can be fun."
Our Solebury School family has it own traditions for celebrating the season...
'Tis the season for giving — and for appreciating the power of philanthropy.
As a school that values diversity, one of our best field trips of the year is to a conference that celebrates diversity in an impactful, unforgettable way.
Head of School Tom Wilschutz reflects on the shooting in Pittsburgh and our students' 5K for Gun Safety the following day.
Every year, Solebury School offers new electives to keep our academic program fresh and innovative. Here, Director of Studies Rick Tony highlights two of our popular new courses.