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Nine juniors, 17 seniors and two faculty members were instated into the Cum Laude Society, an international honors organization for which only a small percentage of high school juniors and seniors are qualified, as a part of Upper School Chapel on Thursday.
Director of College Counseling Roland Allen has just returned from visiting with five Tartan alumni at the University of St. Andrews. The Tartans attending school at Scotland’s oldest university, which dates back more than 600 years, are Jack Danley, Lauren Golledge, Kate Mayer, and Kian Shakerin from the Class of 2014 and Tara Rose Cassano, Class of 2012.
From sustainability and organic foods to understanding our use of resources, Wednesday’s Earth Day had St. Margaret’s students learning the importance of keeping our planet healthy and clean.
Resolved: the United States government should prioritize reducing carbon emissions over economic growth. For the last three months, seventh grade English students have been researching whether to spend the U.S.'s money on reducing carbon emissions or on improving the economy.
The Annual K-12 Selected Works Exhibit in the Performing Arts Center foyer opened last week showcasing the full range of artistic modes offered to our students such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, film studies and production and mixed media. The works in this exhibit have been created by students in visual arts courses and will remain on display throughout the month of April.
Wednesday’s National Signing Day celebrated six new St. Margaret’s student-athletes of the Class of 2015, who have committed to play intercollegiate athletics for their schools next year. The six students, along with two seniors who were not present for the ceremony, are matriculating to an impressive group of highly-selective colleges and universities.
Tartan Athletics has installed an impressive display of college sports banners in the Pasternack Field House. These banners represent St. Margaret’s graduates who are currently playing sports for their college or university signaling St. Margaret’s commitment to college-preparation and its college counseling philosophy.
The Orange County Register featured the team of Upper School students that is building mechanical hands for children in need. The story details how the students are dramatically impacting the children for whom they are producing hands, and learning, creating and inventing using 3-D printing technology, engineering and a focus on serving others.
Exploring themes of love, revolution and redemption in French society during the French Revolution, student actors conveyed the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean (Liam McGregor) during the 2015 Upper School musical Les Misérables.
OC Register highlights St. Margaret's edX partnership through an interview with Academic Dean Dr. Jeneen Graham who discusses the school’s goals and aspirations for the initiative and what the teachers are already learning.