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Clapham Blog

Upper School Fine Arts Gallery 2020

Since we couldn't meet in person for Fine Arts Day this year, Laura Yiesla, our Art Instructor, prepared a series of Virtual Art Galleries for our Lower School, Middle School and Upper School. 

 

Celebrate our students' incredible artwork with us...

Middle School Fine Arts Gallery 2020

Since we couldn't meet in person for Fine Arts Day this year, Laura Yiesla, our Art Instructor, prepared a series of Virtual Art Galleries for our Lower School, Middle School and Upper School. 

 

Celebrate our students' incredible artwork with us...

Lower School Fine Arts Gallery 2020

Since we couldn't meet in person for Fine Arts Day this year, Laura Yiesla, our Art Instructor, prepared a series of Virtual Art Galleries for our Lower School, Middle School and Upper School. 

Spring Curriculum Night: Good Soil Study and Technology Talk

On April 23rd Clapham School conducted its first ever virtual Curriculum Night live through Zoom. If you weren't able to make it, you can watch the video here. 

Questions to Ask When Searching for a School

After having our first child, we fielded the question “Where will you send her to school?” countless times. We lived in an area where schools were very competitive and required parents to be proactive in securing a place at a preferred school....

Charlotte Mason and the Growth Mindset

Good evening and thank you so much for coming to this evening’s Curriculum Night. I know it’s another evening event in what is generally already a busy week for most of us. But I feel that it’s so central and important for us to cometogether, and...

Natural Science and Philosophy

This last year (2017-18) we’ve been exploring the classical liberal arts tradition together as a school. Our mission is to inspire students with an education founded on a Christian worldview, informed by the classical tradition and approached...

Why Shakespeare?

By Hannah Bramsen

Upper School Humanities, Class 8 Homeroom, and Middle School Shakespeare Director

 

As spring slowly approaches, and students begin to feel the February blues, there is one thing that has faithfully brightened up the middle...