In fourth grade, the students explore one of life's essential questions: What shapes your identity? They read books, had discussions and participated in activities, including creating an identity map, that celebrate each aspect of their identity that makes them unique.
In Physics class, freshmen are studying how forces impact the acceleration of an object and/or a system of objects by working with carts and pulleys.
Congrats to our student athletes who signed a letter of commitment to Division I universities. Alessandra B. '18 will play tennis at Brown University and Jade E. '18 will play basketball at American University next year. Go Romans!
Frank Tempone's junior English class, The New Americans, teamed up with Stagecraft teacher, Thad Hallstein, to build a soapbox as part of their speech and rhetoric unit.
Latin teachers, upper school students, parents and tech companies, including BitSpace, FreeGeek and PowerUp Tech Academy, teamed up to create a wide variety of courses for middle schoolers in the first annual Builder Day.
Third grade students are working on visualizing large numbers – and saving the environment at the same time.
From September 15 - October 15, the Latin community celebrated Hispanic heritage month in many different ways!