Facilities cuts down trees for various reasons, but many believe new trees should replace them.

Community Questions Tree Removal On Choate Construction

November 17, 2017

The Choate community will soon undergo the cutting down of trees in the construction site next to the PMAC, where the new auditorium is to be built. The space ranges from behind the PMAC to near the Great Lawn; in the light of the tree removal near Lanphier, some studentsRead More

With her teammates looking on, Blake Migden ’19 serves during a seven-hour, three-game Saturday.

Volleyball Tops Pomfret During Triple-header

September 29, 2017

  Last Saturday, Girls’ Varsity Volleyball crushed Pomfret in a commanding 3-0 win during its busy three game weekend. Pomfret entered with a 1-2 record, with 0-2 losses against Lawrence Academy and Middlesex and its sole win coming against Marianopolis Prepatory. Choate, on the other hand, entered the game withRead More

California Stands Up For Its Non-Binary Residents

November 17, 2017

California has long housed some of the strongest LGBT+ communities in the world: San Francisco is known as the gay capital of the world; Los Angeles had the first openly gay mayor in America; and the first legally married gay couple were wed in California. The list goes on, andRead More

Members of the Choate community need to make a more conscious effort to degender language in everyday conversation.

The Battle of Degendering Colloquial Speech

November 17, 2017

“Alright, guys, I’ll see you later.” A while back, I ended a conversation using this phrase with a few friends, all of whom were female. Admittedly, when I said it, it sounded ordinary to me. It was only upon guilty retrospect did I realize how awkward it sounded to addressRead More

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Facilities cuts down trees for various reasons, but many believe new trees should replace them.

Community Questions Tree Removal On Choate Construction

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The Choate community will soon undergo the cutting down of trees in the construction site next to the PMAC, where the new auditorium is to be built. The space ranges from behind the PMAC to near the Great Lawn; in the light of the tree removal near Lanphier, some studentsRead More

Introduction of iPad Pro Deemed a Success

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The iPad Pro Program, implemented at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, has been a success among students and faculty thus far. While only new students and half the faculty are using iPad Pros at the moment, use of iPads in the classroom has significantly increased. The use ofRead More

California Stands Up For Its Non-Binary Residents

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

California has long housed some of the strongest LGBT+ communities in the world: San Francisco is known as the gay capital of the world; Los Angeles had the first openly gay mayor in America; and the first legally married gay couple were wed in California. The list goes on, andRead More

Want Cake? Run the Cross Country Course

Want Cake? Run the Cross Country Course

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

If you ran the cross country course last Wednesday, November 15, you may have been met with an unexpected gift: a free cake for your efforts. The Cake Race, taking place the last Wednesday of the fall term, is a yearly tradition encouraging runners both in and out of crossRead More

The Purpose of Blue Cards In Doubt

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Nearly all students receive Blue Cards for the extracurriculars they do on campus, and yet, many don’t actually know what they are. Blue Cards are reports of a Choate student’s activities and awards. Ms. Vicki LiPuma, the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Students, explained, “On the Choate SIS Portal,Read More

Science faculty teach three, not the standard four, classes.

Science Department Adjusts to Less Classtime

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Until last year, lab blocks were an integral part of many Choate students’ schedules — students in any lab science class had one extra designated period per week for labs besides the regular four class meetings. Because of this system, Choate’s science program flourished. Through various conducting experiments and variousRead More

Mr. Jeff Beaton presents to students in Los Angeles with the Ten Schools Admissions Organization.

From International Visits to Info Sessions, Admission Improves Outreach

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

As the admission season progresses at Choate, students from all over the world and from many different backgrounds regularly fill our campus. However, there is a long process that goes on behind the scenes in Archbold to make sure everything fits into place. Some of the biggest projects are theRead More

New Faculty: Mr. Sam Jonynas and Ms. Sandra Rampertab

New Faculty: Mr. Sam Jonynas and Ms. Sandra Rampertab

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Though this is Mr. Sam Jonynas’s first school year at Choate, this is definitely not his first year of teaching. He has always enjoyed working as a teacher, and started as a high school tutor for swim and ski lessons. Before coming to Choate, Mr. Jonynas taught calculus at aRead More

New Faculty: Mr. Ian Wollman

New Faculty: Mr. Ian Wollman

November 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Mr. Ian Wollman joined the language department this year as a new Chinese teacher. Before coming to Choate, Mr. Wollman taught Chinese at Phillips Academy Andover for two years. After finishing his teaching fellowship program at Andover, Choate stood out to him from the very first day of his interviews.Read More