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The 6th Graders, as they enjoy one of their many theological discussions.
Character & Curriculum: A Glance at Montrose's Upper School Theology
Anya Marino '24, Staff Writer

Montrose prides itself on Habits of Mind, Heart, and Character – for a good reason. Inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church, Montrose aims to inspire greatness in its students (and it does!) The Upper School theology curriculum greatly adds to the development of its students as a whole. These snippets of the classes below explore what the class is and how it relates to character building. Theology 9: Salvation History: Who is God and what is His plan? This course explores the Bible, analyzing the relationships and covenants between...

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A group of seniors went to habitat for humanity to help in their warehouse
8th Grade All School Day of Service
Lilly Rose Madani '27, Staff Writer

On the All School Day of Service, each grade in the middle and upper school was assigned to different service projects. The 8th grade was given the task of packing some essential toiletries for Rosie's Place, a women-only homeless shelter in Boston. But before that, however, we attended an informative lesson from Mr. Barrett, the father of Elizabeth Barrett ‘23, about his experience working in another homeless shelter. As the CFO of Pine Street Inn, Mr. Barrett said that he had met many people struggling with homelessness. He also mentioned...

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Love always wins, always wins over hate, and will always be there for you.
The Story of Anxiety
Kate Ladino '25, Staff Writer

Life is not meant to be lived with sadness. You should not have to feel the never-ending stress and pressure that constantly brings you down. But you still do. No one can escape the stress. The pressure. You’re constantly fighting a battle within yourself. Outside, you look completely fine. People assume that you are because on the outside, everything is okay. But sight is only one of our five senses, a sense people rely on too much. So much, that most of the time people believe it to be the only sense. “If someone looks fine, they are fine."...

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A group of seniors went to habitat for humanity to help in their warehouse
8th Grade All School Day of Service
Lilly Rose Madani '27, Staff Writer • February 2, 2023
 5 Montrose JCL Members at the Massachusetts JCL’s annual Classics Day
An Inspiring Classics Day at BU
Kate Novack '24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief • February 1, 2023
Kevin McCarthy, the 55th Speaker of the House of Representatives
House Speaker Drama
Sorina Yeghian '26, Politics Editor • January 16, 2023
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A photo from one of my field hockey tournaments last April in which my teammates and I played in a HUGE rainstorm and a bit of thunder and lightning in Epping, New Hampshire.
The Benefits of Club Sports
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Co-Sports Editor • January 25, 2023
Ms. Lechner, along with her French 3 students, enjoy class in a newly-painted Room 14.
Is there a deeper meaning behind why we abhor the wall color change?
Ava Ryan '23, Faith Editor • January 13, 2023
Home page of the Conservateur
A New Age of Women’s Magazines
Sarah Lange '25, Staff Writer • January 5, 2023
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Mary C. Neal is the author of To Heaven and Back: A Doctor’s Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels and Life Again, an account of her “dying” during a kayaking accident and coming back to Earth from Heaven.
How to Do a Sequel
Sarah Lange '25, Contributing Writer • January 13, 2023
Thank you, Arts and Athletics center, for everything. We quite literally, figuratively, and emotionally couldn’t do it without you.
Ode to the A&A
Theresa Marcucci , Associate Editor-in-Chief • December 5, 2022
St. Elizabeth is remembered as someone who was so close to God on Earth that he was able to work miracles through her, and as a woman who used her gifts in life to serve and help others, devoting everything she could to God.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary: Life and Legacy
Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer • November 21, 2022
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The chemistry between Charlie (Brenden Fraser), and his daughter, Ellie (Sadie Sink) is unmatched.
The Whale
Elizabeth Barrett '23, Co-Creative Writing Editor • January 29, 2023
Sufjan Stevens in concert
Sufjan Stevens: A Hidden Gem of Christian Music
Elyza Tuan '23, Editor-in-Chief • January 29, 2023
Baby and Johnny in Dirty Dancing
"Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner!": Dirty Dancing Movie Review
Anya Marino '24, Staff Writer • January 22, 2023
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A group of seniors went to habitat for humanity to help in their warehouse
8th Grade All School Day of Service
Lilly Rose Madani '27, Staff Writer • February 2, 2023
The bridge, a deeper metaphor for the familial bond between distant brothers.
A Bridge Over The River
Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer • January 13, 2023
Nothing comes even close to Christmas at Montrose!
Christmas at Montrose
Elizabeth Barrette '29, Staff Writer • December 23, 2022
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