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New Lower School STEAM Hub Encourages Creative Collaboration

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Earlier this fall, Roland Park Country School unveiled several exciting new spaces on campus, including a recently constructed cheery and light-filled Lower School STEAM Hub. This redesigned space is adjacent to the Killebrew Library and connects the Junior Innovation Space with the new Lower School art room to fulfill Roland Park Country School’s vision of purposefully integrating each of the components of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) into the school curriculum for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.

“We are focusing on every content area to pair with design challenges and projects that have a real purpose to help students extend their learning beyond the classroom in a creative and meaningful way,” said Joe LePain, the Director of Information and Innovation at Roland Park Country School.

Garrison Forest Girls Take on Woodworking

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Garrison School Woodworking Two years ago, a student told Garrison Forest Upper School art teacher Sarah Sachs about an Adirondack chair her brother made in a woodworking class at an area boys’ school. “I started looking into it and all of the boys’ schools had woodshops,” said Ms. Sachs. Yet, in her research, none of the area girls’ schools taught woodworking. This drove Ms. Sachs to begin her journey toward creating a woodworking class at Garrison Forest, which wrapped up its inaugural semester in January. She began by visiting one school, which has a woodworking department in each division, to start gathering ideas and learning more about the tools the students would need to get started. She was excited to realize that the GFS sculpture studio already had most of the required tools and she was able to purchase the remaining tools needed in order to launch the course.

Garrison Forest School Joins Inaugural Year of the New Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League

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Garrison Forest School Mountain Bike Team This fall marked the beginning of a first for GFS—and Maryland—as Garrison Forest added a mountain biking team to its list of Upper School fall sports. GFS joined the Maryland Interscholastic Cycling league, which is in its first year in the state, as the only girls’ school in Maryland to participate. The Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League was organized in 2017 to provide a fun, safe and high-quality mountain biking program for students in grades 6 to 12.

Garrison Forest Senior Lila Bennett ’19 Helps Seal NYTS polo championship

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Garrison Polo

Garrison Forest polo player Lila Bennett ‘19 helped lead her team to victory in the National Youth Tournament Series (NYTS) championship in Colorado over Labor Day Weekend, beating the opposing girls’ team 6.5 to 1 to seal the championship. Lila represented the East Coast and competed as one of eight talented up-and-coming young female polo players from across the country in the first invitational Girls All-Star Challenge which took place alongside the Cecil Cup Challenge. Lila was selected from a pool of NYTS All-Stars named for their exceptional horsemanship, sportsmanship and skill, both on and off the field.

Garrison Forest School Graduating Seniors are Art School Bound

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GFS 2018 Art Schol BoundFor years, Garrison Forest School has joined many other schools across the nation in holding a “signing day” to celebrate athletes signing letters of intent to attend and play Division 1 college sports. On Tuesday, May 8, GFS recognized the school’s five students bound for art colleges with an inaugural Arts Signing Day.

Freshmen Find Their Place at Notre Dame Preparatory

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Freshman Isabella Lawton in NDP’s STEAM Lab, where she will take Introduction to Engineering next year.

Isabella Lawton always knew she wanted to go to Notre Dame Preparatory school. Years ago, she saw the school at a dance recital and felt a strong sense of community.

Middle School Students See Themselves at NDP

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NDP “big sisters” lunch with their “little sisters.”

When seventh-grader Zhyan Noble came to Notre Dame Preparatory School, she was nervous. “I didn’t really know anyone but I knew I wanted to do something with singing,” she explains.

Save the Date! St. Paul’s School for Girls Holiday Bazaar Friday, Dec. 1

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Join St. Paul’s School for Girls for the annual Holiday Bazaar on Friday, 12/1/17 from 12:00-5:00 p.m. 

Garrison Forest Jenkins Fellows Create Change Around the World

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This past summer, six Garrison Forest students traveled to different parts of the world for service projects as part of the school’s Jenkins Fellows program.

Happening This Saturday Oct 14: Baltimore Educational Forum

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October 14: Free Educational Forum presented by Gilman, Bryn Mawr and Roland Park Country Schools

For NDP Seniors, a Strong School Community Helps Prepare Them for the Future

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Photo: Liz Erisman (left) in Panama, where she volunteered last spring during one of NDP’s Holy Week Service trip.

“I don’t have senioritis,” says Marla Varnado. Varnado, an outgoing girl in her final year at Notre Dame Preparatory School, is senior class treasurer and a member of the basketball team; she also juggles commitments to various service and a rigorous academic schedule. And she loves every minute of it.

Garrison Forest School Celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

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For the eighth year in a row, the Garrison Forest School community came together to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival celebration, a harvest festival celebrated in many Asian countries and by people of Asian descent around the globe.

 All Golfers Welcome for the Cathedral Golf Open Thursday, October 12

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We are pleased to announce the title sponsor for this years’ Cathedral Open is The Frank, Mohler & Browne group at Merrill Lynch.  All golfers are welcome to join us at the Cathedral Golf Open, to benefit the School’s endowment, on Thursday October 12 at 11:30am.

New Initiatives and an Invitation from RPCS Head of School Caroline Blatti

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A note to the Baltimore Community from Caroline Blatti -RPCS Head of School:

When I began in my new position as Head of School at RPCS on July 1, 2016, I embarked on a journey that would take me through a full academic cycle, as well as the ever-turning seasons of the year.

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