Upper School Director's Letter
Upper School Director Joanne P. Hoffman welcomes us back to school.
A reflection on the literary greatness of Maya Angelou and girls developing their voices.
This week Bill Esher, Acting Dean of Students, joins Joanne in sharing thoughts about courage.
The division heads give a tribute to Dr. Mary Seppala .
This week Joanne discusses students' interests in social causes through their art.
Joanne discusses challenges and choices this week.
This week Joanne discusses alumna, Allison Pickens', wisdom about "self-compassion."
Joanne discusses 'Raising the Moral Child' and shares the latest installment in her faculty interview series.
Inspired by a special visitor to AIS this week, Joanne shares some thoughts about parenting.
This week Joanne talks about about the Era of Stress: drugs and alcohol.
Joanne and the other division directors wish AIS families a safe and happy Spring Break!
Spanish teacher Molly Leitner interviews English teacher Brian Baillie in Joanne's next installment in her interview series.
Joanne addresses lost academic time due to snow days
Joanne discusses the course selection process for next school year as well as presents one of her new faculty interviews.
Joanne reflects on Black History Month.
New Upper/Middle School Latin teacher Patrick Beasom is interviewed this week in Joanne's letter.
Dr. Sarah Anne Eckert is profiled this week in Joanne's faculty profile series.
Joanne shares a poem she wrote in honor of Deanna Mayer.
The next installment in Joanne's new faculty interview series.
Joanne shares what she is most thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Senior parent, Keith McLennan is Joanne's guest-writer
Joanne describes AIS Upper Schoolers in three words.
An interview with one of our new faculty members, Sean McCormick, by one of our new faculty members, Jim Mathisen.
Joanne shares some of her fondest memories of her recent trip to Montana with 12 Agnes Irwin Upper Schoolers.