Bill Creelman ’92 was featured on NPR’s podcast, How I Built This, recounting the road to success with Spindrift—a multi-million dollar beverage company that was born in his home kitchen. Cheers to Bill!
Samantha Barnes ‘98 was featured on the Today Show this morning to share how her company Raddish is inspiring kids in the kitchen with monthly cooking kits. A former school teacher, Samantha has been transforming children’s culinary education since 2006, when she founded Kitchen Kid—a culinary school for children in Los Angeles. Now her monthly subscription
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Congratulations to the Deerfield football team on their 7th consecutive win to capture the 2019 NEPSAC Mike Silipo Bowl Championship!
Deerfield celebrated historic wins over longtime rival Choate Rosemary Hall this Saturday. With the support of family, friends, alumni/ae, and fellow students, Deerfield teams posted an overall record of 8 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie—making this the most successful Choate Day in over a decade! Read more. »
On October 25, Deerfield welcomed Chairman D.S. Chen, his son Jack ’08, and family to campus for the dedication of the D.S. Chen Health and Wellness Center. View the photo gallery. »
Welcome to campus, families! View the weekend schedule. »
Please enjoy the latest edition of Little Brown House Review, now available on Issuu.com and on the Bulletin. An annual collection of some of the best writing at Deerfield, LBHR represents a year’s worth of students’ work. For some, this work is the culmination of their Deerfield Experiences, and for others, it marks the beginning of the journey.
Congratulations to William Kaelin P’11,’14, who was awarded a one-third share in the 2019 Nobel Prize for medical research for his work identifying how cells adapt to the availability of oxygen.
Roberto Powers ’71 visited Deerfield last week to accept the 2019 Heritage Award, which is presented annually to a Deerfield alumnus or alumna whose professional and personal achievements represent a special contribution to the betterment of society.
This past summer the Academy’s “community read” for students and employees featured not one but two books by award winning-authors: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi and The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien. Yesterday, Mr. O’Brien was on campus, where he enjoyed lunch with students, visited English classes, and gave a special reading from his new book, Dad's Maybe Book, to the entire community at an Academy event. View Photos of Tim O'Brien's visit. »
The Deerfield community was honored yesterday with a surprise visit from His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan, Class of 1980, who delivered a compelling presentation at School Meeting.
His Majesty assumed the Hashemite throne in February of 1999, following the death of his father His Majesty King Hussein, and this year marks the beginning of his third decade as monarch, where he serves as Head of State and Commander in Chief of his nation’s armed forces. He is one of the Arab world’s most prominent and principled advocates for interfaith understanding, peace, pluralism and human rights. During the...
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Deerfield Academy is “opening the door” for an Admission Open House on Saturday, September 14, 2019! Join us for a day of tours, informational panels, and meet & greets. Registration will begin at 10:00 am and programing will conclude at 1:00 pm with optional highlights to view and visit throughout the afternoon. »
Watch the livestream of Convocation 2019 and the Induction of Dr. John P.N. Austin as the Academy's 56th Head of School beginning today at 4:30 pm (EST).
As we look with anticipation to the coming school year, I extend to each of you the warmest of welcomes. I am incredibly excited for the fall, and I am looking forward to meeting you in just a couple of weeks.
If you are new to Deerfield (as I am!) rest assured: You will find here a community that is warm, embracing, and caring. We are ready to help you settle in, make new friends, and model Deerfield at its best—and the faculty and staff have been preparing for your arrival with purpose and energy throughout the summer. Read more....
A team of Deerfield Academy cyclists participated in the Pan-Mass Challenge this past weekend, riding over 200 miles over two days. Together, they raised more than $50,000 to support cancer research at Dana Farber. “Team Deerfield” consisted of alumni, employees, parents, and friends including Christian Day, Tim McVaugh, Toby Emerson, Jeff Galli, Bob Graves, Chip
Congratulations to Jimmy Patton ’20 on his selection to the USRowing Jr. Team 8+. He’ll be racing at the Jr. World Championships in August!
A six year project to restore the Civil War memorial on the Deerfield Common is nearing completion. Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association led the early stages of the monument restoration project, and received support from Deerfield Academy and the Class of 1969 (pictured) along the way. Read more. »