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List of 20 news stories.

  • Chapel of St. Peter and St. Paul in winter

    SPS to Honor MLK with Daylong Programming

    Rev. Paul Anthony Daniels II will open the day with a special Chapel service
  • Kate Daniels

    Five Questions with Kate Daniels

    The Director of Academic Support discusses what the School offers its students.
  • Charlie McKee (far right) with ice academy coaches

    Skating Toward Beijing

    “SPS ethos” guides Charlie McKee ’83 in creating community for ice-dancing elite.
  • Sono Aibe ’81

    Gender Equity on a Global Scale

    Sono Aibe ’81 advocates to give girls and women a voice in policymaking and health care
  • Joellen Russell ’89

    Saving What We Can

    Climate scientist and oceanographer Joellen Russell ’89 works to preserve the future of the planet.
  • Jenny Heath Judson ’94 and Danielle Faris Mahfood ’94

    Sticking With It

    With the release of their novel, Jenny Heath Judson ’94 and Danielle Faris Mahfood ’94 have realized a lifelong dream.
  • Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science

    Fulfilling its Promise

    A decade after it was built, the School’s Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science remains a marvel of innovation.
  • Celia Aniskovich ’10

    Unearthing Hidden Histories

    Filmmaker Celia Aniskovich ’10 shines a light on forgotten stories
  • Tekla mushes an antique freight sled at sunset on the Chena River

    Chasing the Sun

    In becoming a musher in her home state of Alaska, Tekla Butcher-Monson ’14 is carrying on her family legacy with joy.
  • Amanda Schloss Decker at work

    Born to be a Techie

    Amanda Schloss Decker ’07 finds fulfillment in both the management and technical sides of engineering
  • Dayo at Nantucket Project

    Empowering Narratives

    Through a variety of media, Dayo Olopade Lamolo ’03 helps to celebrate Africa’s storytellers
  • Amelia Sanchez-Moran

    Exercising Change

    Attorney Amelia Sanchez-Moran ’02 finds solutions through innovation
  • Bucky Lucier

    A Friend to All

    Every year, Donald “Bucky” Lucier sends holiday greetings to every SPS staff and faculty member.
  • Boys Cross Country 2021

    Fall Athletic Awards

    Teams, individuals honored during special Dec. 2 Chapel
  • Her Purpose To Compete Panel

    Journies of Empowerment

    Alumnae athletes share advice and perspective at Nov. 30 “Her Purpose” event
  • Nutcracker rehearsal with guest choreographer

    A Nutcracker Like No Other

    Renowned choreographers grace SPS stage with dances set for outstanding student dancers.
  • Sheldon after first snow

    A Celebration of Light

    As Winter Term begins, Rector Kathy Giles spoke about the importance and meaning of light
  • Shane Z. Diamond speaking at LinC Day

    LinC Day: Focus on Gender and Sexuality

    Language matters when it comes to making people feel seen, heard, and safe.
  • Matthew Barzun ’88

    Celebrating the Strength of Relationships

    In “The Power of Giving Away Power,” Matthew Barzun ’88 explores the problem society has with power — and the benefits that can come from sharing it.
  • Chris Carter teaching American Politics

    Civil Conversations

    Chris Carter’s Humanities classes help students navigate a polarized political landscape
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