Articles by: Christine Mason '19

The New Schedule: Causes and Effects

The New Schedule: Causes and Effects

September 22, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

  With the commencement of the school year, students and teachers have been introduced to a new academic and afternoon schedule, changing the duration of class periods, as well as the times of afterschool activities and study hours. These changes are the result of careful consideration by members of theRead More

Mr. Foster, now an HPRSS teacher, began his teaching career in math.

Mr. Foster Bids Farewell

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In just a couple weeks, a number of admirable faculty members will be departing from the Choate community. Among them is Mr. Tom Foster, an HPRSS teacher who has worked on campus for 40 years. Before coming to Choate, Mr. Foster  taught at the Moses Brown School in Providence, RhodeRead More

Raised on Campus, Faculty Children Reflect

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The average Choate student remains on campus for four years. For faculty children, the duration can be much longer — living in Wallingford for, say, eighteen years before leaving the Choate community. Because of their many years on campus, faculty children have an evolving perspective on Choate as a community,Read More

Fruit, Fire, and Silver Tears: This Year’s Spanish Plays

April 7, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

This year, Mattie Drucker ’17 brought her artistic writing to Choate, first with her Directed Study, Advanced Playwriting and Screenwriting, and now with her play, Manzanas y Pecados, or Apples and Sins, specially featured in this year’s Spanish play. Drucker studied abroad in Spain last spring, where she was inspiredRead More