This summer, Upper School biology teacher Ethan Ake participated in a highly competitive fellowship program designed to deepen educators' understanding of how to integrate real world science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts into instructional practices.
The Agnes Irwin School's three-year Dare to Do More Campaign concluded successfully on June 30 by reaching its $40 million goal, an unprecedented milestone in the school's 145-year history. The capital campaign funded expansive new facilities for athletics, student life and interdisciplinary teaching.
Amber Hall, Class of 2015, is one of 64 juniors chosen from across the United States and abroad to attend the highly selective Telluride Summer Programs at the University of Michigan and Cornell University this year.
NBC 10 features freshman Michelle Lu's entrepreneurship for developing a two-part business, iChina, that offers an after-school Chinese immersion program during the school year and a travel exchange program during the summer.