The Montrose Mavericks displayed their tremendous perseverance once again as they ran in their second invitational race of their 2016 season. After driving about two hours to get to Marianapolis Preparatory School in Connecticut, the girls didn’t allow their long bus ride to stop them from running their best. Ciara Young ‘18 placed 4th, Mary Dyke ‘20 placed 10th, and Hannah Marino ‘18 placed 11th. Many of the runners ran their personal best time.
Overall, Montrose placed second out of twenty different cross country teams. The Mavericks earned a praiseworthy trophy that can be found in... Read More »
On Sept. 15-16, the 9th grade students at Montrose School had a great time with each other during an overnight trip designed to “welcome girls to the upper school program, foster class unity, work on team building skills and learn more about the Montrose culture,” according to Director of Advising & Parent Enrichment Mrs. Baker. The class went to Camp Wing, part of the Crossroads Connects Program at Crossroads for Kids in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The girls experienced as steady blast of fun, deeper bonding and full immersion into the Montrose community.
“I looked forward to spending time with my... Read More »
This summer, a handful of Montrosians joined three million Catholics who traveled to 2016 World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland. The July 25-31 event celebrated the 12th World Youth Day. Therese Schickel ‘18 captured the moment: “The event made me more proud of my faith.” This year is called the Year of Mercy, and the 2016 Scripture passage for the event was: “Blessed the merciful, for they will receive mercy” (Mt 5:10). The students that traveled lived by that quote every minute of their trip.
Therese Schickel ‘18, Maggie MacIsaac ‘18, and Sophia Sardegna ‘18 traveled together to ... Read More »
Is there a way for everyone to communicate when there are 6,500 languages spoken with 7.125 billion people in the world? Creatures communicate with each other in all sorts of different ways. Bees dance, birds sing, and humans speak. When there are so many languages spoken in the world, it can be hard to feel connected, especially when you travel. My uncle, Tom Keefe (son of Mrs. Keefe), experienced music as a universal language firsthand when he went on a world tour this summer with his acapella group, the Harvard Krokodiloes.
From May 11th to August 13th, the Harvard Krokodiloes -- along w... Read More »
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity...
People across the nation have been celebrating National Constitution Day, September 17th, for years; in 2004 and 2005, however, this day became mandated for recognition and celebration in public schools. On September 17th, 1789, the Founding Fathers signed the US Constitution, creating the structure, government, rules, and rights of the ... Read More »