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List of 10 news stories.

  • Fifth graders will move to the Upper School building in fall 2022.

    Lower Schoolers on the Move

    Clair Ward, Sara Knox, and Gustavo Carrera
    Shore is undertaking a number of exciting classroom moves in the Lower School in order to best meet the needs of students.
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  • Alumni Athletes Stand Out

    Bill Fisher
    Shore alumni are well known for the rigorous academic preparation they bring with them to high school. Many graduates also stand out athletically as they continue with the sports that they competed in while at Shore, and for some, that prowess on the fields translates to early commitments to colleges and universities that are eager to have these talented young players join their teams.
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  • In Their Own Words: New Families on the Shore Experience

    Bill Fisher
    When new families speak about their transitions to Shore, shared themes emerge: the welcoming Shore community, the social-emotional support for children, the inspiring academics, the commitment to equity and inclusion, and the joy families witness in their children.
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  • Wood in Shore's kitchen

    Starting from Scratch

    Bill Fisher
    Shore’s new Executive Chef and Nutrition Director, Laura Wood, has brought scratch cooking to Shore on a mission to revamp the food program.
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  • Doing vs. Planning to Do

    Clair Ward
    The Head of School reflects on the strategic planning process and the difference between planning and doing.
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  • Louis Frank

    Lingua Franca: Reassessing the Curriculum in English

    Bill Fisher
    Shore's commitment to equity and inclusion is making an impact on the English curriculum and the experience of Upper School students.
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  • Play On: Teaching Music in a Global Pandemic

    Alex Asacker
    Shore's Lower School music teacher reflects on how music instruction has changed during the pandemic.
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  • Equity and Inclusion Work Continues Despite Pandemic

    Bill Fisher
    Guided by an Equity & Inclusion Commitment approved in 2020, Shore has made progress in key areas toward the goals identified in a 2019 diversity, equity, and inclusion audit.
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  • On Equity, Inclusion, and the Inauguration

    Clair Ward
    The Head of School reflects on the intersection between this year's presidential inauguration and the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
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  • What Each Child Needs: Teaching at Shore

    Bill Fisher
    Extraordinary teachers, extraordinary teaching—Shore families consistently point to these as among the most important distinguishing features of the school.
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