News Archive


  • May

    Shore Athletics: End of Season Info!

    Nancy McNall
    Congratulations to Shore's baseball, softball, lacrosse, and track & field teams on a great spring! Some track & field athletes will compete in the Middle School State Championship Meet on June 1 but all other teams are wrapping up the season. The information below will guide Shore athletes and families through the rest of the season.

    End of Season Dates: 
    Wednesday, May 22: 
    Final games of the spring season.
    Athletes must return Shore uniforms to their coach following the final game.

    Wednesday, May 29 : Final practice session of the spring season. This session will also include cleaning out gym lockers and the final collection of uniforms. 

    Thursday, May 30Spring Sports Celebration (3:20 - 4:00pm in the Trustey Family Theater)
    Friends, parents, and caregivers are welcome to attend this assembly where team leaders will share season highlights followed by a slideshow of Shore athletes in action this past season.

    Friday May 31: All US families must submit the Optional Sports Week form for their US students. See Oliver Hay's email for the sign up form!  

    What is Optional Sports Week? 
    Optional Sports Week takes place from June 3 - 11. During Optional Sports Week, US students will have the option of departing at 3pm. Students who ride the bus will depart at 4pm. Activities will be provided for students who remain on campus until 4pm.  
  • Shore Athletics News: May 16

    Nancy McNall
    It's hard to believe that spring teams will have their final games of the season next week! This week, Shore's Track & Field team had great success during Tuesday's meet at Gordon College. Girls Varsity Lacrosse hosted Pingree's JV lacrosse team and earned an big win. Varsity Baseball hosted Fessenden on the lower field, scoring 9 runs and picking up another win. 

    Go Shore!
  • Shore Athletics Update: May 9

    Nancy McNall
  • Shore Community Gives Back - 40 Beds Built on Giving Day for A Bed For Every Child Program

    The school-wide service-learning initiative reminded students, employees, parents, caregivers, and other friends of the power of giving together.
  • Lower School World Music Concert and Art Show 2024

    On Friday, April 26, 2024, students in Pre-K through Grade 4 wowed the Shore community at the annual Lower School World Music Concert and Art Show.
  • April

    World Celebration Day Returns for a Second Year

    On Friday, April 19, 2024, the Shore community gathered for the second World Celebration Day. Presented by the Shore Families Association’s Committee on Representation and Equity (CORE), the event was born out of the idea that the unique cultures, traditions, and heritage of Shore families be celebrated excitingly and inclusively to foster a sense of belonging and pride.
  • The Spring Season Opens Next Week!

    Nancy McNall
    The spring season begins next week with games for many of Shore's teams! Shore Athletic Events are open to fans of all ages! Check the Shore website for game dates and times. Shore teams love having support on the sidelines!

    Upcoming Home Games:
    Tuesday April 9: Softball vs Austin Prep @ 3:30 (Lower Field)
    Tuesday April 9: Boys Lacrosse @ 3:30 vs Tower (Upper Field)
    Wednesday April 10: Baseball vs Meadowbrook @ 3:30 (Lower Field)
    Thursday April 11: Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Pike @ 3:30 (Upper Field)
  • March

    Spring Sports Begin on Tuesday March 26!

    Nancy McNall
    Spring is almost here!
    The spring sports season begins on March 26 - the first day that we return from March vacation. Weather permitting, we are looking forward to getting out on the fields as soon as possible!

    This week, spring season coaches met with the students to talk about expectations for the season, schedule information, workout suggestions for the next two weeks, and equipment needs. If you have any questions about the upcoming season, the coaches are listed below.

    Go Shore!

  • February

    Shore Sports Update: Feb 29

    Nancy McNall
    Next week, the winter season comes to an end with some special events!
  • Shore Spotlight: Mathematics

    Shore parents and caregivers gathered on campus on Monday, February 26, 2024, for the third event of the Shore Spotlight Series focused on mathematics to learn how our students are guided to be their best as thinkers and doers.
  • Shore Sports Update: February 22

    Nancy McNall
    Congratulations to Shore athletes and coaches on a great winter season. The season was full of growth, a few wins, a few losses, and lots of fun. As the winter season winds down, the information below will guide students and families over the next few weeks.
  • Parenting in the Digital Age

    Interim Head of School Amy Vorenberg on how technology, phones, and social media shape our children and families.
  • Strike a Pose! Kindergarten is Center Stage

    Strike a pose! Shore’s Kindergarten fashion show puts integrated learning center stage.
  • Big Time Exposure Against Fay

    Coach Lucey
    What an amazing experience we had out at Fay on Wednesday afternoon! The site hosted us with full hospitality and our players were able to play more than one opponent. Though the scorecard did not tilt in our favor, our team glimpsed the next level of racquet sports: the pace of play, the precision of shots, even the intricacies of refereeing a match. Above all else, our players conquered their fears and competed against a worthy adversary. Athletics can teach us so much!
  • January

    Shore Spotlight: Learning Languages & Global Education

    Shore parents and caregivers gathered on campus on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, for the second event of the Shore Spotlight Series to learn about how our students are learning languages combined with global education skills.
  • Spirited Competition vs. Brookwood!

    Coach Lucey
    In our second meeting against Brookwood this season, we split up the roster into a new configuration in order to allow for players to experience as wide a range of competition as possible. With six playing squash inside and a handful outside playing paddle, Shore battled it out nobly! Coach Lucey witnessed spirited fun on the paddle court, where our team placed many shots in play, hustled to clean up, and cheered each other on to take the win! While we did not win the balance of matches inside on the squash courts, our players gained valuable experience serving, keeping score, and tracking points.  Overall, a fantastic afternoon!
  • Spring Sport Update

    Nancy McNall
    With Spring Sports approaching, Upper School students have been asked to confirm their spring sport selection. The deadline for making a change in the spring sign-up is Friday, January 26. 
    Shore will offer the following sports in the Spring:
    • Baseball (1 or 2 teams based on the sign-up)
    • Boys Lacrosse (1 team)
    • Girls Lacrosse (1 or 2 teams based on the sign up)
    • Track & Field  (1 team)
    • Softball (1 team)
    Later this winter, spring season coaches will host an informational meeting with the students. The spring season starts after the March break on Tuesday, March 26. To view equipment needs for spring sports, click HERE.

    Go Shore!
  • Annual Alumni Boston Meet-Up 2024

    On Tuesday, January 9, 2024, Shore's Alumni Association hosted its Annual Boston Meet-Up for Alumni and Friends with 30 attendees.
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