Seniors who attended Aaron Sorkin's remake of To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway in New York City share powerful thoughts on racism, injustice, intersectionality [an analytic framework that attempts to identify how interlocking systems of power impact those who are most marginalized in society] -- and what their generation can do about it.
Insights from Middle School Humanities teacher Joe Reilly about the experience and the impact of his Gettysburg Mini-Course illuminate the exceptional commitment, dare we say the last full measure of devotion, that our best faculty bring to their endeavors at Princeton Day School. A must-read! See also our Flickr album with photo highlights of Mini-Courses from Gettysburg to Cape Cod to Farm Week, NY-Philadelphia, Our Own Backyard, Chocolate Immersion, and more.
A pointed alumni reunion . . . former PDS fencing teammates Jack Dallessio '17 and Rohan Narayanan '18 found themselves on opposing ends of each other's swords at a recent collegiate tournament.
Sixth grade students created podcasts documenting the historic achievements of the Golden Age of Islam (800 - 1100 CE) in science, art, technology, engineering, medicine, and culture. A colorful display outside the middle school library features posters created by student teams, each with a QR code that links directly to their podcast recordings.