On April 30th, Junior Nathalie Falcao ‘17 presented a TEDx Talk at Burlington High School on what success really is. TED is a nonprofit organization whose constituents attend conventions and give lectures on a topic falling under the category of Technology, Entertainment, or Design. For quite some time, Nathalie aspired to share her own ideas on the topic of success by giving a TED Talk, but lacked the proper funds necessary to maintain a membership as part of TED. Then she found out about TEDx - an independent event where one can share his or her TED Talk locally and for free. Nathalie said... Read More »
Montrose recently had its first Girls Independent Golf League (“GIGL”) golf tournament. A GIGL tournament can be fun for anyone who is interested in the sport of golf. GIGL tournaments are a great experience for girls who have never swung a golf club, as well as for proficient golfers.
There is much to learn about this fun game, so I will try to tell you as best as I can. In the game, you must have the lowest score to win. Each hole has a different number that is the “par.” This is the course average number of swings (called “shots”) at the ball for good golfers to get the ball ... Read More »
As seen in the May 2016 Senior Keepsake Print Edition, here is the continued article on this year's Senior Editors:
You’ve all read their articles and fielded their interview questions, and for those of us on the Looking Glass, we’ve worked closely with them for years. Editor-in-Chief MaryGrace King ‘16 and Sports Editor Margaret Sparicio ‘16’s years of dedication and hard work have made the newspaper a great success; but, more importantly, their cheery and determined dispositions have been inspirational to the newspaper and Montrose communities. MaryGrace and Margaret have ins... Read More »
From snapshots of scenes to soliloquy snip-its, authentic Renaissance dance and song to hasty battles, the Montrose English department dedicated an entire day to the performance of Shakespeare productions. Grades 6-11 participated with enthusiasm in the event.
Ana Liu '17
Throughout the day, students in grades 6-11 performed dialogues, soliloquies, and even battle scenes from Shakespeare's plays.
Mrs. Whitlock explained the creation of this new Montrosian festival as a way to maximize students’ appreciation for Shakespearian language while getting out of their comfort-zone and ha... Read More »
As the 2016 school year comes to a close, Montrose seniors and juniors have at least one amazing experience to look back on: Prom. This year’s theme was The Secret Garden and was held at Needham Country Club. The Montrose Parent Guild did an amazing job decorating the entire venue with white lights, greenery, and flowers galore.
For many juniors, this their first prom and the overall consensus on the night was very positive. Nathalie Falcao ‘17 said: “"I thought it went great. I met some new friends and I looooved getting all dressed up and pretty for pictures." Sarah McAuliffe ‘1... Read More »