During the current school year, Solebury has been a leader in the return to offering in-person education. Yet national, state and local public health concerns may force us to temporarily return to fully remote learning. The Solebury School Learning Support Department would like to share some strategies and tips to help make your student's transition to remote learning a more successful experience.
This past year the Solebury Speech and Debate team earned 3rd place in the Southern Pennsylvania Debate League. They finished behind schools with over a thousand more students, showing that as a team, they are going toe to toe with deep, experienced teams in our region.
Solebury teachers engaged in a full week of professional development in late March to prepare for this term of remote learning. After adjusting to teaching through Zoom, Canvas, and outside of Solebury's traditional classroom schedule, we realized the opportunities presented by this new environment. By the middle of the spring, over 95% of our teachers and more than 90% of our students surveyed reported that remote learning was working for them. We are aiming much higher as we approach the 2020-21 school year.
On February 6th, 15 Solebury School students traveled to Baltimore, Maryland to attend the 23rd annual Johns Hopkins University Model United Nations Conference.
To better serve our college-bound students, Solebury School is offering an SAT prep course taught by our own faculty.
The day immediately precedes final exams on June 4-6; students can either study at home or take advantage of this extended window when all teachers will be available for extra help.
On Friday, May 3, Solebury School proudly awarded the following...