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October Overview

Though athletic teams and the fall play are yet to finalize rosters, the Community Life program has been active since students first arrived on campus. Seniors have spent hours with a range of faculty perspectives in order to examine how they can be healthy, active, and able leaders throughout the school year. Class III students are learning about identity, wellness,…

September Overview

In the past two weeks Student Life programming of all sorts has been in full swing. Sophomores have been busy in Connections, Seniors worked together during Senior Leadership, and the entire school enjoyed a weekend dedicated to our All School Read. Along with sports games, play tryouts, and Freedom of Speech, Middlesex has been buzzing with activity.  Senior Leadership training…

Sophomore Connections

Sophomore discussion groups called “Connections” are now under way. As part of our community life program, which includes the popular “Choices” program for freshmen, Connections aims to help new and returning sophomores get to know each other while simultaneously discussing topics that will help them negotiate these tricky adolescent years. Students meet in small groups of 10-12 students with a…

Grand Opening

The arrival of summer officially marked the completion of Middlesex’s first full semester in the Bass Arts Pavilion and Danoff Center for the Visual 艺术. Throughout the spring, students and faculty filled these magnificent new facilities with their boundless creativity, energy, and artistry. The largest new space, the Kaye Main Stage, hosted all-school assemblies, renowned guest speakers, and, most notably,…

From Finite to Infinite

As a former trustee, the father of two graduates, and the sponsor of an enriching, decade-long lecture series called “The Hub at Middlesex,” Dr. Alan Lightman has indeed had “a long association with Middlesex,” as he said at the start of his evening chapel talk on April 23, 2019. Well-known and highly respected as an astrophysicist and educator, a novelist…