- Russell Calls For Reason
- Deerfield Takes On New-Age Drug Issue
- Yueniversal Films
- Lin Strikes Gold
- A Plan To Prevent Outbreaks
IISPSC Debate called “One of the most educationally beneficial things they have done in their school careers”
The Board of Trustees instituted the Framework for Teaching program last year, which “articulates best practice for teachers in 3 different areas: knowledge of subject matter, pedagogy, and student support”
Swine flu numbers at Deerfield and our peer schools…
“We are moving towards being more efficient by reducing our carbon and pollution footprint while reducing our energy expenditures during these tight economic times.”
All were nervous-excited on Thursday, October 10, when the five students and two faculty members departed for their eight-day adventure to India.
This December, Deerfield will send students and teachers to the People of Color (POC) Conference in Denver. The goal is to “celebrate and nurture equity and justice in independent schools…”
The International Independent School Public Speaking Competition will bring about 170 students and over 50 coaches from eight countries to campus. Starting October 1…
The Academy ended a four year-long lawsuit in a favorable settlement this past August. Deerfield sued the architecture company because of several design-oriented issues with the building…
The 2009 Heritage Award will go to Ralph Earle II ’46, the chief U.S. negotiator for SALT II between 1978 and 1980; the director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA); and governor of Pennsylvania.
Sixteen students received the Workman Grant to support their own community service projects in their hometown. The Cost Award is a $2500 grant in honor of Charles Piper Cost…