June 7, 2022
Representatives from team Maroon and team Gray went brain to brain in the Annual Academic Bowl on May 26th. Global Language Department Chair Tom McGlone was in his element, firing questions and quips at each team, on a…Read More
June 2, 2022
Final Recap of 2021-2022By Eliza StatileWhat an exciting season it was for our athletes and their coaches this spring! On Tuesday, May 31, the entire student body and faculty gathered in the Assembly Hall, where team captains shared…Read More
June 2, 2022
Superheros who save the ocean from poachers, their adventures depicted in a comic book series to educate and inspire youth. Bricks made out of plastic waste, used to build affordable housing. Solar-powered underwater drones capable of…Read More
June 1, 2022
IMS Performing Arts takes on “Into the Woods, Jr.” — a variation of Stephen Sondheim’s and James Lapine’s groundbreaking musical fairytale. Director’s Note, May 2022 Theater has a funny way of being obviously false, while at the exact same moment,…Read More
May 19, 2022
By Eliza Statile On Tuesday, May 17th, the Junior Varsity Boys Lacrosse team traveled to Berkshire Country Day School. The Falcons had a slow start, and were down early in the first quarter 0-3.Read More
May 19, 2022
This spring has been a busy season for Outdoor Adventure and Education at IMS. On the Lower Campus, the 1st and 2nd graders tackled their first challenging half-day hike up our mountain to Falcon’s Ledge and back down…Read More
May 12, 2022
Students Tackle Math Foundations in 3D It’s one thing to have a 3D printer, and have it do all the work. But if you really want to understand the surface area and scale of three dimensional shapes, as…Read More
May 9, 2022
Computer science develops problem-solving skills and computational thinking and can also be a creative form of self-expression. Students at IMS are able to explore the field of computer sciences through after-school enrichment programs on the Lower Campus, as…Read More
May 5, 2022
Troutbeck, in Amenia, New York, stands at the nexus of American History. Once the private estate of Joel Spingarn, Troutbeck has been host to creative thinkers, artists and activists for centuries. It was the location of the Amenia conferences which were transformational…Read More
April 28, 2022
By Eliza StatileThe Girls Varsity Lacrosse team has been on the road for four out of their five games so far this season. The Falcons secured their first at-home victory against Miss Hall’s School in a…Read More
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