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Middle School students will share their experiences and answer your questions about life as a Catlin Gabel Middle School student.
A new blog post from the Head of School: "Why it is Critical for Schools to Stand Up for Their Mission and Values in Tumultuous Times."
Catlin Gabel welcomes Kate Williams ’01 to the role for the 2020-21 school year.
For the 19th time, the OACA recognizes Catlin Gabel for overall sports accomplishment
An inspirational piece by Judy Rose is bringing together artists and audiences across the world
How the school's Wellness and Athletics programs build character, community, and healthy habits for life
Catlin Gabel Division Heads reflect on the remote learning experience, and how it will change their approach to teaching and learning in the years to come.
A personal appeal and matching gift from David Recordon ’04 inspires others
A message from the Board Chair and Head of School
Morning and afternoon sessions for preschool to 12th grade. Options include academic, exercise, arts and crafts!
When Tom Shipley ‘87 learned about the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), as CEO of Dennis Uniform, he immediately began searching
Woodworking makes a smooth transition from the Catlin shop to students’ homes by focusing on their interests, the tools available to them, and using their hands. Creations include a planter, string art, and black sesame bread.
identify as people of color
in assistance awarded to 27% of student body
than national average
athletic teams in 2020
of the Presidential Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics and Science
in 4 consecutive years (2017-2020)
In my classroom I strive to create a physical and emotional space where my students’ curiosity about their world is front and center. This area in my room is called the Driving Question Board.
When I was young I wanted to save the environment. But it was Catlin Gabel’s academic rigor, high expectations, and commitment to excellence that taught me to direct my passion in specific, practical ways.
To contribute and find success in the world, we know our children will need to be able to listen to others, appreciate different perspectives, and work together to solve problems.
In a recent parent-teacher conference, I heard my colleagues speak of a student’s performance during the Anon(ymous) fall play. Other teachers in the room had seen her acting and threaded it to her writing in English class.