Message from the Assistant Head of School
As I communicated in my letter on August 10, this has been by far the most complicated scheduling year in the history of the school. We've been working to build a schedule that best supports remote learning and that creates conditions for safely returning to campus, when the time comes. To do this, we've moved to a quarter system, limited class size to a socially distanced 12-13 students, and divided the student body into two discipline clusters so that we can potentially return sooner by having only 50% of our community on campus at any given time. We recognize that these changes will make for a different kind of learning experience, and may result in some disappointment when students are unable to take certain classes, but we are confident that our collective resilience, curiosity and innovative thinking will result in a year of deep, transformative learning.
We hope and intend to return to our normal schedule for 2021-22