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College list for Catlin Gabel 2014 seniors

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Here's where the class of 2014 is going to college!

(as of 5/22/14)
 
Amherst College
Barnard College
Bates College
Berklee College of Music
University of British Columbia, Okanagan
Brown University
Case Western Reserve University
Chapman University
University of Chicago
Claremont McKenna College
Colorado College (2)
Colby College
University of Denver (2)
DePaul University
Dickinson College
Hamilton College, NY
Harvey Mudd College
University of La Verne
Lewis & Clark College
Macalester College
McGill University
Montana State University, Bozeman
Mount Holyoke College (2)
New York University (2)
University of Notre Dame
Oberlin College
Occidental College
Oregon State University
University of Oregon (2)
Portland State University
University of Portland (2)
Princeton University (2)
University of Puget Sound (3)
University of Redlands
Reed College
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rice University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2)
Scripps College (3)
Smith College
University of Southern California (2)
Southern Oregon University (2)
Stanford University
Swarthmore College (3)
Tufts University
Tulane University (2)
Union College
Whitman College (5)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
 

8th grade films win awards at Middle School Media Festival

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Three films by Catlin Gabel 8th graders received awards at the Middle School Media Festival at Bush School in Seattle:

"Free Yourself" by Andrei Stoica and Katie Truong: Honorable Mention

"Welcome To The Hood" by Stuart Ryan, Mason Snider, and Elliott White: Audience Award

"One Fish Two Fish Dead Fish Chewed Fish" by Piper Kizziar, Kathryn Putz and Rachael Underwood: Audience Award & Teacher’s Choice Award

Congratulations to the filmmakers and their teacher, Brendan Gill.

Nic Bergen '16 wins Grand Prize at International Silent Film Festival

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Sophomore Nic Bergen's film "Continuous Quest" won the Grand Prix--first place, best film--last night at the selective International Youth Silent Film Festival, competing against films from the U.S., Canada, and China. Nic received a generous cash prize and time on the set of "Grimm," and will be featured in the Rose Festival. Watch for news of a public screening on June 4. Congrats to Nic and our other finalists, Søren Anderson, Becca Dunn, Gus Edelen O'Brien, Zulema Young-Toledo & Elena Lee, Ben Waitches-Eubanks & Javin Dana, and Vikram Nallakrishnan & Reuben Schafir!

Valerie Ding & Nikhil Murthy win awards at Int'l Science Fair

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Catlin Gabel sent two finalists this year to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair held the week of May 11 in Los Angeles. Both Nikhil Murthy ’17 and Valerie Ding ’15 came home with awards.
 
Valerie Ding won four awards:
1.      4th Place Grand Award in Physics & Astronomy
2.      3rd Place Internationally & 1st Place Nationally (USA), SPIE International Society for Optics and Photonics
3.      Top 6 Nationally, from American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Physical Society
4.      New American University Provost Scholarship, Arizona State University (awarded to 22 projects nationally).
 
Nikhil Murthy won 2nd Place Grand Award in the category of Chemistry.

Congratulations, Nikhil and Valerie!

»Link to Oregonian article

CommuniCare Club donates $11,000 to nonprofits serving youth in Portland

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Student philanthropy supports community

Catlin Gabel's CommuniCare Club strives to enable youth in the Portland area to expand and increase their opportunities in education. This year, they made grants to LifeWorks, Minds Matter, New Avenues for YouthShadow Project, and SMART.

The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation established the CommuniCare program in 1998 to help teens learn about philanthropy and the needs of their community through grant making. 


Middle School invitational track meet photo gallery

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Photos by Drew Smith -- Thanks, Drew!

 

Plant exchange drop-off happening this week oustide Cabell Center Theater

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April 28 – May 1

Spring Festival’s Honey Hollow Plant Exchange is a tradition! Help us make this year's plant exchange a success by gathering divisions, seedlings, and starts from your garden. We kindly request that you label all plants. No invasives, please. If you have questions, please get in touch with Maya Wells at mayaherb@earthlink.net.

Jazz band and friends performing Friday, May 2

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The Upper School Jazz Band play everything from Duke Ellington to the Black Keys. Guests from the senior class will perform jazz, funk, and rock.

Curtain at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Black Box Theater in the new Creative Arts Center
Admission is free

Video and photos: marimba band inspires unbridled joy and dancing

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Thank you to our guests from Maru-a-Pula School for a spectacular Middle and Upper School assembly that had everyone on their feet!

 

The band also ran a workshop. Here are some photos sent in by MyLinda King

PFA leadership for 2014-15 announced

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Thank you for your volunteer service to our community

Executive Council

President – Pam Lloyd
Vice President – Sarah Stascausky
Advisor – Zoe Edelen Hare
Communications Coordinator – Ingeborg Holliday
New Family Intergration Coordinator – Marjorie Dial
Inclusivity Coordinator – Aminata Sei
Treasurer – Kevin Reedy
Upper School Coordinator – Azin van Alebeek
Middle School Coordinator – Kirsten Brady
Lower School Coordinator – Indira Nallakrishan
Beginning School Coordinator – Arah Erickson
Spring Fest Coordinator – pending

Grade Representatives

Preschool – Janina Malone and Lisa Levy
Kindergarten – Alayna Luria and Genie Kaady
1st grade – Lara Sales and Katy Swaim
2nd grade – Robin Skarstad and Diane Malhotra
3rd Grade – Heather Billups and Christine Wolahan
4th grade – Julie Proksch and Maran Sheils
5th Grade – Nicole Lee, Judy Cheng, and Reg Hamlett
6th grade – Teri Simpson and Tracy Stout
7th grade – Sarah Vogel Masback and Dina Meier
8th grade – Aruna Chittor and Becky Edington
9th grade – Patrick O'Neill and Elaine Underwood
10th grade – Nicoya Hecht and Molly Newcomer
11th grade – Beth Cavanaugh and Laura Ford
12th grade – Julie McMurchie and Emma Gilleland