The Head of School reflects on the importance of guiding students to lead conversations with questions and become "curious explorers"
Fourth-grade homeroom teacher Olivia Poirier is helping students learn and grow by designing lessons that match their interests and tapping into their empathetic nature.
A conversation with Catlin Gabel's new Assistant Head of School
An interview with Catlin Gabel's Director of Equity and Inclusion.
Upper School Social Studies teacher Peter Shulman uses the lens of history to deepen students’ consciousness about current events and issues.
identify as people of color or multiracial
in assistance awarded to 26% of student body
than national average
athletic teams in 2021-22
of the Presidential Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics and Science
in 4 consecutive years (2017-2020)
In the decade since the Palma Scholars Program was introduced, Catlin Gabel students have engaged in hundreds of community engagement projects, and traveled thousands of miles to hear points of view that differ from their own.
From early lessons about self-care, including fitness, nutrition, and rest, students develop deeper understandings about perseverance, resiliency, and collaboration.
Imagine if we sat down and asked, “What is the best way to educate our children in an ever-changing world?” There would probably be ideas surrounding agency, flexibility, collaboration, and iterative thinking.
There has to be a healthy relationship with knowing that even when we don’t know, we’re not here to be evaluated. That school is a place where we come to transform ourselves, and become new versions of ourselves every day.