Students in the Upper School’s Art Pre-Portfolio course, many of whom intend to pursue art beyond high school, spent four weeks creating hyperrealistic self-portraits. Guided by professional artist Sean Lee, they practiced new techniques and learned more about the portfolio curation process.
In the The Literature and Science of Happiness, an advanced elective for seniors, students strengthen their skills as analytical thinkers and researchers, and learn science-backed strategies for improving their own well-being.
Upper School students learned about participatory budgeting and how they can get involved.
Before the first day of classes, Upper School students took trips around the area and participated in group activities with members of their grade. These annual opening-year outings help students build a strong sense of community with their peers, which serves as a foundation for their time in the Upper School.
Calhoun's Varsity Baseball team worked hard to develop a culture of teamwork, resilience and success. It paid off this season!