Arts News


  • May

    Matilda, Jr. Was Fabulous!

    Congratulations to the Cast & Crew of the Middle School Musical, Matilda, Jr.!
  • April

    SISAL 2023 Recognition

    Please join the Creative Arts Department in congratulating our students for being recognized in the 2023 SISAL Competition.
  • Grade 3 French Plays 2023

    Our third grade students prepared for their French Plays for months, and their hard work resulted in amazing performances of The Little Rolling Tart/ Roule Tartelette and The Mitten/ La Mitaine.
  • Grade 7 Visual Art Updates

    Our 7th graders have been hard at work on their kinetic animal costumes and puppets in their Visual Arts classes!
  • Caroline Scheibe leading the 4th and 5th Grade Chorus at our December Holiday Concert.

    LS Students Accepted to MMEA All-State Chorus

    Congratulations to our five Lower School students selected to participate in this year's Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) All-State Treble Chorus!
  • March

    Press Start Photos are In!

    Our Lower School Creative Arts team put on two fabulous performances of Press Start last week! 
  • Something Rotten! Photos

    Congratulations to Director Bill Jacob, Music Director Max Holman, and the cast and crew of Something Rotten! for an outstanding performance!
  • February

    2023 Scholastic Art Awards

    We join the Creative Arts Department in congratulating several student artists for receiving coveted 2023 Scholastic Art Awards.
  • January

    Rare Insect Exhibit

    A charming Rare Insect ‘POP-UP’ sculpture exhibit by our grade 3 students is on display in the Chase building.
  • Circles 19 Coffee House

    Circles 19 Coffee House was outstanding. Thank you to our talented students, faculty, and alumni who participated.
  • Holiday Concert 2022

    Our Winter Holiday Concert was a joyful celebration of the season! The Upper School Ensemble, Fourth and Fifth Grade Chorus, May Chorale, Greenline, and Faculty and Staff Choir filled our theater with beautiful music.
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