On Tuesday this week, Upper School welcomed author and activist Ishmael Beah to speak to students and faculty about his experiences as a child soldier in Sierra Leone, his rehabilitation, and the ways in which his experiences have led him to find connections across differences and beauty in our shared humanity.
SCH alumna Nilah Jordan '20 donates all of the proceeds from her CEL-started business, Bee Kind Lip Balm, providing Operation Smile with $1500+ towards surgeries, antibiotics, and exams.
Members of the SCH community showed up in full force on Election Day. Faculty—and even some Upper School students, regardless of not being able to vote yet—volunteered to help work the polls and make Tuesday safe for everyone.
Junior Alexa Rhodes is leading with compassion and thoughtfulness! Beginning with a project in SCH Academy's CEL program, Alexa is now launching a nonprofit to help the homeless.
Since she was young, senior Emily Otto '21 has always had a love for rescuing animals. Read all about how she discovered listing after listing of guinea pigs that needed new, loving homes, and what she decided to do about it.
Working with one of the area’s premier conductors, Donald Nally, and his grammy-winning choral group, The Crossing, SCH Director of Arts & New Media Ellen Fishman has created a model for how to provide a true choral learning experience, even when the singers can’t be in the same room singing.
In this letter, SCH Board Chair Patrick Lindsay provides an update on the diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts (DEI) taken by the SCH community over the summer.
Head of School Steve Druggan communicates a revision to SCH Academy's reopening plan for the month of Septemeber 2020.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares SCH Academy's "Roadmap to Reopening" for the 2020-2021school year, along with an update on the school's efforts and plans to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares campus news relating to the COVID-19 phase changes within our region.
In this letter, SCH Board Chair Patrick Lindsay outlines how the SCH community strives to create a more just, more equitable society. To provide the framework for this work, the board has formed a SCH Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee to offer resources, information, discussion, and support on these critical issues.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares his thoughts in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the work SCH will do moving forward to ensure a better place for all identities.