March 8, 2023
Many schools mark the 100th day of the academic year with fun activities, and at IMS this year, marking the 100th day of school in our 100th year was particularly meaningful. To celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime day, our campus…Read More
October 26, 2022
Leading up to our Centennial Celebration, a group of campus sleuths spent months building a impressive collection of photographs, artifacts, and a century of writing (from yearbooks, school magazines, and newspaper articles). The assembled items were curated…Read More
October 26, 2022
We now have more space to gather and to celebrate this exceptional community, to build relationships and to have fun. We will continue to respect and enjoy the mountain. We will learn together, challenging our ideas…Read More
October 15, 2022
Throughout the year, we take a closer look at interesting studies that are underway in the IMS classrooms. Recently, we visited Mr. Vorenberg’s elective, where students are getting a first-hand look at IMS history. History Department Chair, Tom Vorenberg,…Read More
September 13, 2022
On the cusp of our centennial year, the Office of Institutional Advancement reached out to Limin Kong P’23 to learn her thoughts on this milestone and to hear why she chooses to support IMS. IMS: When you give, whether it’s…Read More
August 31, 2022
"We want our students to eagerly come to school each day, to learn in a community that encourages and celebrates their unique perspectives and backgrounds, and that understands that fun and learning are not mutually exclusive. …Read More
March 28, 2022
The Outdoor Adventure and Education Program at IMS On any given day at IMS, you may see a group of giggling kindergartners exploring the trails on Indian Mountain, 1st graders collecting icicles from playground equipment, a…Read More
January 13, 2022
A Closer Look at the Literacy Support Program on the Lower Campus “I think of myself as a partner with a student, and we partner to figure out: Who are you? What are your strengths? How do you…Read More
October 14, 2021
On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, our 7th graders presented their research on the history of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and also of the Schaghticoke people of what is now Kent, Connecticut. They’d worked on it for a long time, digging…Read More
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