Healthy bodies & minds
In January we've been highlighting how we at Seabury integrate physical education into our program.
We certainly have regular PE programs - terrific ones, both at the lower school and middle school. But really our philosophy weaves out from those classes into our whole program - and back again - and makes up an approach that we think of as "healthy bodies, healthy minds."
From the head of school
At Seabury School, we build our program around the understanding that being gifted is not just a school thing – it’s a person thing. Gifted children and adults, with their intensity, high degree of sensitivity and awareness, abstract thinking ability and ability to learn quickly, experience the world differently that typically developing children and adults. In developing Seabury’s program, including the support we offer for parents and the community, we pay close attention to meeting the needs of the whole child – intellectual, social, emotional and physical.
A Seabury scuba diverEighth grader Katelyn Cooper, who has been at Seabury since pre-kindergarten, has become an accomplished scuba diver, earning her open-water certification in May 2013. During summer 2013, she completed the advanced certification, which includes an introduction to five specialty areas.
A Seabury gymnast
Third-grader Laynee Resnikoff is a passionate gymnast.
A Seabury dancer
Second-grader Sofia Taylor-Swanson enjoys flamenco dance and has performed complex choreography with dancers all five to 50 years years older.
Oh, the places they go
Mark your calendar to join us on Thursday evening, Feb. 13 at the lower school for a very special Seabury event. Seabury and Beyond will give you the opportunity to hear from alumnae who are in high school, college and in the world of work about how their Seabury experience prepared them for their lives and work today. You’ll also hear about plans for Seabury’s short and long term future, including an update on the work of the Committee for a Consolidated Campus (Triple C).
Pasta & a good cause!
Our middle schoolers have the fantastic opportunity to go to New York this spring and participate in Model United Nations.
Here's a delicious way YOU can help them!
Thursday, March 6, Seabury Middle School will host a restaurant takeover at Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
On the Orient Express
Save the Date!
Seabury's annual auction is April 12th at the beautiful and historic Landmark Convention Center.
This year's theme: “Night on the Orient Express.”
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