“Kabibbles 1-2-3” Published by Amy R. Connelly

Connelly uses rhyme, repetition and silly critters to teach numbers to toddlers and pre-school aged children. “We can teach in every little thing we do. With numbers, count how many stairs you walk up together, how many legs does a hoppy frog have…”

Winter Chamber Music Concert: Mozart’s Magic

Please join us for the Winter Chamber Music Showcase, Sunday, March 1, 2020, Wachsman Concert Hall, 4:00 pm. Featuring the music of that timeless charmer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the performance is sure to delight!

How I Became a Pirate: The Much-Beloved Children’s Musical in the Black Box This Weekend

There are three opportunities for the Deerfield community to see the show—no tickets necessary, and the running time is approximately 50 minutes. Please spread the word—friends are invited, and we would love to see your kiddies dressed as pirates!

Friday, February 21, @ 6:45 pm in the Black Box Theater, Hess Center for the Arts.
Saturday, February 22, @ 10:00 am and 2:00 pm in the Black Box Theater, Hess Center for the Arts (please note that our 10:00 am show is already in high demand, and we recommend the 2:00 pm show). 

Pete Nelson ’81: 2017 Wick Huffard Visiting Architect

Pete Nelson ’81, star of Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters, spoke at School Meeting today as the 2017 Wick Huffard Visiting Architect. Pete and his team have traveled the world designing and building everything from simple one-room treehouses to amazing abodes with all the comforts of more traditional homes.

Thanks to the generosity of the Huffard family, every year a Huffard Architect is named and comes to Deerfield to share their work with students, faculty, and staff. The program was established in 2005 in memory of Wick Huffard ’03, who had hoped to pursue a career in architecture after college.

Deerfield’s 2017 MLK Day Celebration

Deerfield Academy will celebrate the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16, and Tuesday, January 17. Guided by the theme “Letting His Dream Shape Our Reality,” the Deerfield community will consider ways in which Dr. King’s legacy is present today and is continuing to influence the ways in which we interact with art, education, science, the environment, and communities.