Leadership Blog

By Brendan Largay, Head of School |

January 27, 2023

I was recently reminded in a conversation with a lower school parent of an anecdote about how the iPhone changed the way I (and so many others) teach. The anecdote is about the US Civil War, specifically the Battle of…

By Betty Chu Pryor, Lower School Head |

January 20, 2023

“What is your favorite holiday?” While Halloween, Independence Day, or Valentine’s Day are likely favorites for many children and adults, my answer has always been “Lunar New Year.” Growing up, I never fully understood the significance behind some of the…
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By Connie Yepez, Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging |

January 13, 2023

Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice. Justice at its best is love correcting everything that stands against love. – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I consider the work and the legacy of Dr. King,…

By Brendan Largay, Head of School |

January 6, 2023

Now that we are back from what I hope was a relaxing and joyful break, I offer you a window into my New Year’s reflections and resolutions. For many, 2022 was, in a phrase, a lot. Despite the hardships of…

By Heather Woodcock, Director of Professional Growth and Development |

December 1, 2022

“Teaching is a delicate, nuanced art, and though books and workshops offer all kinds of interesting ideas for how we can improve that art, the resources that lie behind every door in your school can offer something even richer, if…

By Betty Chu Pryor, Interim Lower School Head |

November 17, 2022

On Tuesday, we will gather for our annual Thanksgiving assembly—an opportunity to express gratitude as a community. As we approach the end of the first trimester, it is a gift to pause and reflect on the joys we’ve experienced this…
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