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THE NEW SCHOOL WELCOMES NEW SCIENCE TEACHER: ALLY MUIR

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This summer we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know our new science teacher and her lively, four-legged sidekick, Cooper!  Ally Muir grew up...   Read More

FARM CAMP – IT’S NOT JUST FOR KIDS!

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Ever wonder what families at The New School do in their “real life?”  Last weekend some adult members of The New School community gathered at...   Read More

GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: ELI GRATZ

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Eli Gratz is on of 2017’s graduates of The New School. He will be attending Montserrat School of Art this fall.  Eli’s inspiration began at an early age,...   Read More

SCHOOL YEAR ENDS WITH AWESOME LEAP NIGHT

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  View an album of photos from the recent LEAP Night. TNS students’ pride and engagement in their learning was in full evidence at...   Read More

STUDENTS ENGAGE IN REFUGEE SIMULATION GAME

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Students and teachers from The New School joined members from School Around Us on May 25, 2017, and participated in The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...   Read More

STUDENT ART & PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASED IN KENNEBUNK

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Art in all its forms — fine arts, crafts, photography, theater and music — is an integral part of the curriculum at The New...   Read More

STUDENTS EXPLORE HISTORY THROUGH THEIR ANCESTRY

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Students at The New School have a strong voice in the design of their classes. This is apparent in Steve Schaefer’s second semester history...   Read More

DELVING INTO PASSIONS THROUGH SENIOR PROJECTS

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A major goal of The New School is to help young people identify their passions and gain the confidence to actualize them before and...   Read More

READ STUDENTS’ JOURNALS FROM TRIP TO PERU

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In February, four students and TNS Teacher Marylyn Wentworth spent over two weeks in Peru during a recent Intensive. (They had spent the first...   Read More

READ STUDENTS’ JOURNALS FROM TRIP TO ENGLAND

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Students on the England Intensive have been journaling about their adventures — below are some excerpts. Led by Language Arts teacher Christine Knowles, the...   Read More

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