June 11, 2020
This past January, Head of School Jody Reilly Soja announced that, following an extensive search conducted by a committee composed of Lower School faculty and school administrators, Amy Vorenberg will serve as Indian Mountain School’s next Head of Lower School.Read More
May 7, 2020
Imagine a method of learning that looks a bit like the opening credits of Game of Thrones and you’ll have a good idea of Mrs. Kokoszka’s Upper Campus Spanish classes. As part of her curriculum, Mrs. Kokoszka utilizes a gamified…Read More
April 30, 2020
Sarah Hyland is one of the many IMS teachers who had to retrofit her middle school curriculum to thrive in a remote setting. Instead of feeling deterred by the demands that came with teaching math creatively and remotely, she decided…Read More
April 23, 2020
From our founding days, service has been a defining aspect of our program. With the guiding hands of our Community Service Department, we carry our legacy into the present day by organizing events that raise awareness and funds for organizations…Read More
February 27, 2020
After a long and action packed winter it is hard to believe that competitions are coming to a close for the season. On Monday, March 2, all students-athletes will gather in the assembly hall for the seasonal Sports Awards ceremony…Read More
February 25, 2020
Last month, a group of five students traveled to Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford after submitting work to the 2020 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards. Yujin ’20, Wade ’20, Sophia ’21, Alysa ’22, and Marisin ’22 had…Read More
February 20, 2020
This term, ninth grade history students participated in the annual “Summit” project, in which groups of students inhabit the roles of various countries, stakeholders, industries, and other groups to work toward a hypothetical solution to a real-world geopolitical crisis. This…Read More
February 11, 2020
Whenever possible, we like to bring history to life. It is our belief that students learn best when they are engaged in different types of learning. That’s why our sixth grade humanities students got to experience the eruption of Mount…Read More
February 11, 2020
This winter, during Ms. Statile’s “bouldering” X-block class, a conversation transpired about the Seven Summits—the tallest peaks on each continent. After learning about the tallest peak in Australia, Ms. Statitle knew she would be remiss if she didn’t talk about…Read More
February 6, 2020
Seventh grade and general art classes spent the winter term drawing American Sign Language (ASL) letters using continuous-bild contour. This is a drawing exercise where the artist draws the surface of a subject without looking at the paper. The blind…Read More
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