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Middle and Upper Schoolers gained real-world experience with advocacy, rallying on the steps of City Hall in support of foster youth before meeting with local representatives.
During the first-ever Changemaker Assembly, Little Calhouners shared their knowledge of a diverse group of changemakers, and were empowered to become changemakers themselves.
Lower School students celebrated 100 days of school by creating a 100 Day Museum featuring a variety of projects, showcasing their skills in math, reading, writing and more.
Upper School science teacher Naomi Choodnovskiy gives her students the freedom to make discoveries on their own as they become scientifically literate problem-solvers.
Fifth graders explored the complex topics of immigration and citizenship through the process of writing and performing in their own original play.
Calhoun students across divisions celebrated Lunar New Year and deepened their study of Chinese culture through special assemblies, performances and art projects.
Individualized teaching is central to the Calhoun learning experience. Here, Calhoun teachers explain how they tailor their methods to ensure students reach their potential and demonstrate their understanding.
Nina Harmande uses theater to teach students about social justice. By putting creative power in their hands, the work is personal and serves as an outlet for students to grapple with complex issues.
Lower School Teacher, Carl Bellamy, places emphasis on individualized learning, building the foundation Little Calhounders need to continue to thrive throughout their educational journeys.
By providing students with unique, real-world experiences, Upper School Mandarin teacher Xiaolin Lin is preparing her students to be global citizens.
8th grade Math Teacher, Ben Schwartz, discusses how he makes math accessible for his students and why there's no excuse to say "I'm not a math person."
Alba Polsley wants students in her Middle School science classes to build competency, develop core skills and have fun. Her best advice? “Don’t panic!”
Chemistry teacher Hadda Ait Oukdim-Conte inspires students to view the world around them through a scientific lens.
Upper School art teacher August Elder uses art as a medium to teach his students essential problem-solving skills and explore a myriad of topics.
By Larry Sandomir
7th grade English teacher Larry Sandomir discusses how teaching the Holocaust expands the emotional intelligence of his students, inspiring them to question the world around them and discover the power of their own actions.