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Tuition on the Track 2014 photo gallery

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April 18, 2014

Thank you to co-chairs Will Rosenfeld '14 and Katie Zechnich '14 for their commitment to financial aid fundraising and community spirit. Special thanks to Mother Nature for the great weather!

Auction video and photo gallery

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CELEBRATE: yesterday, today, and tomorrow

Thank you, volunteers, donors and guests! We'll have final numbers soon. 

"I so appreciate all the parents, alumni, and faculty-staff who came together in support of the school in this fun and fabulous way," said Lark Palma. "I was truly humbled by your show of support for me during the live auction." 

Special gratitude to auction co-chairs Craig Hartzman, Indira Nallakrishnan, and Sheryl Rosenfeld, and our presenting sponsor, Cedar Hills Crossing.

We are also indebted to emcee Patrick O'Neil, guest speaker Will Rosenfeld '14, and Judd and Natali Girard for this terrific video that reminds us why we love Catlin Gabel.

Scroll down to see the auction photo gallery. 

 

Campus snow photo gallery

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February 10, 2014

Thank you, Kitty Schainman and Eric Shawn, for sending in these photos. And thanks for going to campus when no one else dared!

Winter assembly photo gallery

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Happy holidays!

The whole school came together for the annual winter assembly. This year's celebration was dedicated to Lark Palma. After a wonderful and joyous mix of singing, dancing, and storytelling, Lark said for the 19th and final time, "Let the winter break begin!"

"St. George and the Dragon" photo gallery

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The class of 2018 dedicated their performance to Lark Palma

A hero, a dragon, girls acting dippy, and boys in tutus. This decidedly 8th grade show is a perennial favorite that has been performed to the delight (and horror) of Catlin Gabel audiences since the 1940s. Borrowing from the same basic plot (we use the term loosely), each class reflects its own personality in St. George and the Dragon. Highlights this year included a feminist Egyptian princess, the re-branding of Miley Cyrus, a unicorn dancing to "What Does the Fox Say," jugglers, and, of course, a suave Turkish Knight, a noble St. George, a fearsome dragon, and a guest appearance after the show by our next school head, Tim Bazemore. 

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Seniors and 1st graders pumpkin carving photo gallery

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The classes of 2014 and 2025 lucked out with plenty of sunshine for their trip to the pumpkin patch

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Sixth grade farm overnight photo gallery

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An outdoor education adventure

Students enjoyed a snapshot of farm life, from playing with the animals to harvesting their own food for dinner. Click on any photo to view a larger image, download the picture, or start the slide show.

Video: Creative Arts Center from the Ground Up

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Thank you, Ian McClanan '16 for producing the video. Photos by Kitty Katz and Eric Shawn.

On October 4, 2012, we broke ground on a new Creative Arts Center for Middle and Upper School students. Less than one year later, 6th through 12th grade students started the 2013-14 school year with a brand new facility. » Link to more information about the Creative Arts Center.

New US student rafting trip photo gallery

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Welcome!

Wallowas trip 2013 photo gallery

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Wallowas + Llamas = Wallamas

 

Graduation 2013 photo gallery

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Congratulations!

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Iolanthe photo gallery

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The class of 2017 performed Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe"

Many thanks to Tom Wynne for the photos!

Lifers 2013 photo gallery

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Seniors who have attended Catlin Gabel since the earliest grades

The annual tradition of Lifers sharing songs and music with Beehivers is a bittersweet time for teachers, parents, and, especially, seniors on the cusp of graduating after as many as 14 years at Catlin Gabel.

Video: 2013 seniors talk about their college choices

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Our seniors are stoked to be going off to college! Several seniors discuss their college choices, and why they've found a good fit for them.

» Link to all colleges and universities accepting Catlin Gabel seniors this year.

» Link to Lark's "Headlines" article about the college counseling program.

» Link to video of senior panel speaking at April PFA Parent Community Meeting

Ben's going to Tulane!

Marina's going to Stanford!

Terrance is going to Brown!

Kanaiza's going to Wesleyan!

Hannah's going to Plan II at the University of Texas-Austin!

 

Preschool circus photo gallery

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It's Not As Easy As It Looks

Thank you, Sue Spooner, for taking these gorgeous photos!

Barn Dance photo gallery

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Jig, Reel, & Waltz

The Beehive teachers offered a down-home barbecue dinner and family square dance at the auction. Famiies danced the night away to the tunes of Schoolhouse Stringband, featuring kindergarten teacher Isaac Enloe and special guest performer preschool teacher Allen Schauffler. The Barn was transformed!

Thank you, Marjorie Dial, for these photos.

Video: "Flying" Winterim

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During Catlin Gabel's Experiential Week, a group of students spent four days at Portland's AWOL (Aerial Without Limits) Dance Collective, learning to fly on trapeze, lyra, and cloth. They also became airborne during the week in other fun ways, including parkour and trampoline. Thanks to student leaders Riley and Adele, adult leaders Jessica and Joan, and the enthusiastic and generous teachers at AWOL.

Tuition on the Track 2013 photo & video gallery

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Fundraiser for financial aid

Students and faculty-staff from every part of the school came down to the track on April 12 to walk, run, skip, and jump for the financial aid walkathon. This was year two for the student-run fundraiser. Bravo to Max and Mira for organizing and for arranging for dry weather. We raised $65,000!