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|SHS Celebrates Olympic Games|
The weather gods served up a beautiful day for one of Shady Hill's oldest traditions. Beneath a fluttering Greek flag, the shield-bearing, chiton-clad fourth graders processed solemnly in and lined up on the omega, which was inscribed on the Green. After the dramatic running of the smoking torch, the lighting of the flame, and the introductions, …
|May Day Celebration 2015|
Under sunny skies and mild temperatures, the Green transformed into a stage. With a program that drew from nine countries and four continents, it was an international stage, at that. The standing room-only crowd of students, parents, faculty, and friends cheered enthusiastically as each grade performed with energy and exuberance. The day was at once touching and celebratory—a satisfying blend of tradition, community, and joy. ...
|Great Fanfare For Centennial Kick-Off|
Everyone agreed: the warm, sunny day was so far the loveliest of the year. What a fitting setting for a momentous occasion—dedicating the birthplace of Shady Hill School.
|What to Expect in Grade IV|
8:15 AM to 9:15 AM
Location: Meeting Room
|Grade IV Olympics|
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Location: Turf Field
Eight graders help the Atlethic Department with this event.
8:10 AM to 8:50 AM
Location: Grade VIII Building
This event is five-star dress and another very special day for the eighth graders. At the end of the ceremony, Lower School students bring flowers to their Grade VIII partners and walk with them off The Green. Traditionally, many Grade VIII parents attend both Lower School and Middle School Closings. There is reserved seating for Grade VIII parents and guests.
Parking will be available on both sides of Coolidge Avenue. Please do not park on Coolidge Hill.
Students should bring dress-down clothes this day to participate in afternoon activities.