Director of Curriculum and Innovation Rhiannon McElwee discusses efforts to bring consistency to the cross-campus curriculum and create horizontal and vertical alignment of our program.
Who owns history? Who controls what’s left of it? And who benefits?
In lower school, first grade students had a busy trimester exploring the different transportation systems that serve the local community.
Across grade levels and subject areas, students engaged in unique studies that all have one common thread — sound!
In September, a sculpture appeared on the Jersey City Waterfront that quickly caught the eyes of students in our Newport Campus backyard. Kindergarteners learned that the sculpture, Water’s Soul, was created by the Spanish artist Jaume Plensa from Barcelona.
In Humanities, sixth grade students have been diving deep into studies of ancient civilizations, power, and stolen artifacts. Hear more from Ayaan about his experience during the fall trimester.