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Introducing Upper School’s Assistant Principal

Introducing Upper School’s Assistant Principal

September 4, 2014

Upper School’s new assistant principal sure did take a roundabout route to get to Principia . . . Flying to St. Louis from South Africa, where Peter Dry was born … Read more

School Alum Performs for Royalty

School Alum Performs for Royalty

September 4, 2014

What do Principia Summer Sessioners and Prince Charles have in common? This past summer, they both had the pleasure of attending performances by accomplished jazz pianist (and School alum) Stephanie Trick! Just … Read more

President’s Update: The Promise of a New Academic Year

President’s Update: The Promise of a New Academic Year

September 4, 2014

September brings the promise of a new academic year. Everyone has sharp pencils, new books, and starts out with an “A.” As we engage with what Principia founder Mary Kimball Morgan … Read more

Back to School

Back to School

September 4, 2014

Fresh Educational Opportunities

Fresh Educational Opportunities

August 7, 2014

Expanding academic opportunities, enriching experiential learning, and strengthening curriculum continuity across all levels of the School are major focus areas for the approaching academic year, under new Principal Travis Brantingham. … Read more

Faraway Trips Bring Home New Lessons

Faraway Trips Bring Home New Lessons

August 7, 2014

While hundreds of miles away from their familiar surroundings in three very diverse locations during 2014 “trip week,” Principia Upper schoolers discovered a new appreciation for the concept of home. Exploring … Read more

President’s Update: A Productive Summer, An Exciting New Year

President’s Update: A Productive Summer, An Exciting New Year

August 7, 2014

As our first student-athletes return for Upper School sports camps this week, I’m feeling grateful for a productive summer and excited for the new academic year. Classes start at all … Read more

Nets, Tweezers, and Balls Spur Student Research

Nets, Tweezers, and Balls Spur Student Research

June 7, 2014

On a recent spring morning, a group of about-to-graduate Upper School seniors and an enthusiastic fifth-grade class set off on a field trip, armed with ice cube trays, tweezers, nets, … Read more

On to Great Things—US Class of 2014

On to Great Things—US Class of 2014

June 5, 2014

Don’t limit yourself. Don’t make excuses. Don’t be afraid to practice Christian Science. And, when it comes your way, “Catch the darn football!” With these messages ringing in their ears, the Upper School Class … Read more

For Eighth Graders, an End and a New Beginning

For Eighth Graders, an End and a New Beginning

June 5, 2014

On the last day of school, 30 Middle School students took to the Ridgway Auditorium stage to share succinct musings, each one of them shedding fresh light on the varied … Read more

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