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St. Margaret's Episcopal School and Academic Dean Dr. Jeneen Graham are featured in an NPR Marketplace story on high school MOOCs, massive open online courses, for the school’s partnership with edX.
The first of many senior traditions and activities to come throughout the year, the Class of 2015 celebrated its Senior Class Breakfast at Head of School and Mrs. Moseley’s home on Wednesday. A wonderful tradition each year, the event is planned in conjunction with the Tartan Alumni Association.
Themed “Overcoming Academic Obstacles,” the fall 2014 Upper School Honors Assembly last week honored students for achieving top grades in the spring 2014 semester. Sixty-four Upper School students were acknowledged for making the Honor Roll, and 189 students earned Head of School’s Honors.
More than 300 attendees gathered together in Hurlbut Theater for the first Parent Up Distinguished Speaker Paul Tough. A New York Times bestselling author and journalist, Tough, discussed an emerging body of research around the role that non-cognitive skills – or character traits – plays in our children’s success.
More than 100 parents, alumni, sponsors, parents of alumni and friends competed in the annual Tartan Tee-Off at El Niguel Country Club last Monday, raising almost $200,000 for financial aid at St. Margaret’s – more than doubling last year’s efforts.
Freshman Sahar Khashayar has been named a 2014 Broadcom MASTERS® finalist. She is one of only 30 finalists selected for this national competition that recognizes students for projects and achievements in regional science fairs.
Lower School conference week afforded students great opportunities for critical thinking and enrichment activities. While parents met with teachers, students participated in a thoughtful schedule of STEM, computer programming, visual art and music activities.
OC Varsity has chosen the midseason top offensive and defensive players of the year for small schools in Orange County. Our very own Tartans, Oscar Gomez and Preston Ellis, were selected as the offensive and defensive players of the year respectively.
Upper School students joined the ranks of fashion-forward designers this weekend as they donned glowing wearable technology at the annual Glow Dance. A hand full of students worked with EDGE Lab Manager Ashley Ricart to combine fabrics, electronics and programming integrated into various garments the students wore to the dance.
Senior Carly Jordan was named The Orange County Register’s Scholar Athlete of the Week for the week of September 29 for her superb play on the links and stellar performance in the classroom. Carly has a 4.26 GPA and is currently enrolled in five Advanced Placement courses.