Athletes Take the #TTPledge

Athletes Take the #TTPledge

SEPTEMBER 12–In the gym at the end of the school day, a sea of orange athletes took the #TTPLEDGE when they hosted former New England Revolution forward Taylor Twellman, one of Major League Soccer’s all-time highest scoring players, and Sarah Lepsevich, a senior at Montrose School, a private high school in Medfield, Mass., to kick […]

Spain

Spain

The students, such as Owen McKenna, that traveled to Spain at their EF tour graduation. During April vacation in 2015, Ms. Penchansky lead the trip to Spain to immerse themselves in the Barcelona culture. “[EF] did a really great job with the trip. They were very polite, very kind. When something about the trip didn’t […]

National Journalism Convention

National Journalism Convention

Chloe Malsick, Amelia Onishi, Macie Bridge, Eleanor Keydel and their parents at the National High School Journalism Convention. The competition is held every year in different locations around the U.S. to find the best high school journalists in the country. This year, it took place in Orlando, Florida. “I thought presenting at the conference was going to be […]

MIT Media Lab

MIT Media Lab

Chayathorn Temnitkul and Juliana Lazaris listening to presenters at the MIT Scholastic Media Conference. The Conference is an annual convention for students and teachers to discuss different forms of media in the school system. “It was a great experience and I really enjoyed hearing other people’s opinions about using media to enhance the education of […]

Hour of Code

Hour of Code

Connor Meeds showing middle school students in Mr. Magliozzi’s science class how to code. Hour of Code is an activity offered every year to give awareness to coding. “Leading middle school students through the Hour of Code was truly an eye-opening experience… Watching students conquer programming platforms almost effortlessly really shows that programming is something […]

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Connor Griffiths posing with students while visiting an elementary school in Costa Rica. A group of students from GD visited Costa Rica in March 2015. “The most valuable take away I had from this experience  was being immersed in a place where I was forced to put myself out there and interact with people I […]

London calling

London calling

Following the 2011 Music in the Parks competition in which it was awarded first place in each category, the GDRHS music program was invited by the Olympic Entertainment Organization to perform at the summer Olympic Games in London – the only group in the northeast to be invited. The trip then had to be approved […]

Pink gauntlet

Pink gauntlet

To kick off Pink Week, Latin teacher Carolyn Schold joins her colleagues to welcome students as they arrive on Monday morning. (PHOTO: Dan Roper)