Creativity from Home

The Calhoun community is a creative bunch! Explore content from parents, teachers and students—everything from coloring pages to original poems, a student-written newsletter to at-home performances!
 

Performances from Home

Mary McCarty and her husband Chris perform "The Boxer," by Simon & Garfunkel

Luke Cissell performs "Up On The Roof," by Carole King & Gerry Goffin, first recorded by The Drifters.

"Respira" — A short film by Priscilla Marrero
Music by Mirella Cesa & Mr. Pauer 


Yutong shares her talent and love for the piano with a stirring performance of  Chopin's Nocturne op.9 No.1.

Nina and her husband Anton sing Bill Withers' classic "Lean on Me" with a little help from their dog Angel.

Upper School and 8th grade strings ensemble performs Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'".


A Commedia Introduction to the Audience from Middle School students in Comedy/Improv class.

Students perform a powerful drumming style from Japan using whatever they could find at home.

A performance of "New York State of Mind" featuring the talented music teachers at Calhoun.

Megan McDonnell, Carlyle Lincoln and Felix share a dramatic reading of Quoting Shakespeare.


 

Calhoun Artists

Enjoy art from our Calhoun classrooms. Learn more about the pieces and the classes by clicking the i button on the bottom-right of each gallery.
 

MS — New Content Based on Yayoi Kusama

MS — Woodshop Logo Designs

Upper School — Anatomy for Artists

Middle School — Woodshop

Upper School — Painting and Illustration Class

Middle School — Embroidered Portraits

Middle School — Sketchbook Challenges

Middle School — Color Wheel Project


 

Poems from Home

April was National Poetry Month, and Cassandra Cuppy, our Assistant Librarian, asked the community to share their favorite poem. Some members of the community even read their original poems!

According to the Academy of American Poets: "National Poetry Month was launched by the Academy of American Poets in April 1996 to remind the public that poets have an integral role to play in our culture and that poetry matters."


Director of School Office Nina Lelsin shares "Just Wait for the Sun" by Lisa Marks.