Phyllis, who holds a master's degree in special education (in addition to a master's degree in reading and literacy), has worked with autistic children and has family members on the ASD spectrum. She spoke to the class on the disorder and how it impacts learning and communication.
Students had the rare opportunity to visit storage rooms at the castle, where an archaeologist taught them how to handle artifacts using objects from the collection.
Here's a glimpse into an average week in our Science Department, from testing vehicle emissions in our campus parking lot to converting recipes in the dining hall for Chemistry class.
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All are welcome to attend the fair on Monday, April 16, 7:00 -8:15pm, and Tuesday, April 17, 7:30-8:45pm. However, Solebury School juniors are required to attend at least one of the two nights.
AP readers evaluate and score the free-response sections of the Advanced Placement exams. Britta's experience as a reader has informed when and what she emphasizes in the classroom so that her students are prepared for the topics they will see on the exam.
At the annual "Empty Bowls" fundraiser, middle schoolers sold homemade soup in hand-painted bowls.
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.