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Senegal group explores the magic of Africa

Senegal group explores the magic of Africa
September 24, 2014

Twelve Masters Students accompanied by two faculty members embarked on a life changing journey to Senegal this summer. The trip lasted for two weeks and its purpose was to assimilate Masters Students into...

Tangherlini returns as interim community service director

September 24, 2014

Masters has been Stazi Tangherlini’s home almost as long as she can remember. Raised on campus from the age of six, while her mother, Gina Apostle, was Chair of the English Department, she started at...

Dr. Henry Departs

Dr. Henry Departs
July 30, 2014

This year Masters is saying goodbye to a man of many positions. From teaching English 9 and American Studies to mountain biking and leading the junior Water Project, Dr. Alvin Henry did it all. Next year...

Beckhorn moves onto other interests

Beckhorn moves onto other interests
May 30, 2014

After 13 years of teaching, English teacher Gretchen Beckhorn planned to leave. The decision has been hard to make, but Beckhorn thought she could move on to her other interests. Before teaching high...

Allen moves on

Allen moves on
May 30, 2014

Since the days math and science were taught on the second floor, long before Morris Hall, Mr. Christopher Allen has been cultivating the math and science program at Masters for 16 years. Most of his life...

McKenna seeks new opportunities

McKenna seeks new opportunities
May 30, 2014

Maxfield McKenna only taught for two years before leaving for new opportunities at the nation’s capital in Washington DC. But in those two years, he managed to help pioneer change for the school’s...

Drama Chair M.A. Haskin Retires Leaving Big Shoes to Fill

May 30, 2014

Thirty-five years ago, a young M.A. Haskin had just gotten out of school and decided to apply for a job at The Masters School. Today, Haskin is the Chairwoman of the Drama Department and also teaches public...

Rent leaves Masters

May 30, 2014

Erin Rent, a new teacher here in the 2013-2014 year, is leaving the school. Rent, who is a chemistry teacher, said while experiencing teaching here she picked up several “tools for the repertoire for...

Jane Rechtman: Over the Years

Jane Rechtman: Over the Years
May 30, 2014

Jane Rechtman, an insightful religions teacher, has been teaching in the Masters community for a total of   23 years. She initially worked at Masters when she was 24 years old and then stayed for 5 years....

Seniors plan ahead

May 29, 2014

What do you plan to do in the next five years?   “I plan to graduate college with a degree in physics, and definitely play some ultimate frisbee.” — Peter Yergeau       “I...

Prom: Where does the money from the tickets go?

Prom: Where does the money from the tickets go?
May 19, 2014

Prom is an extravagant event at most high schools, held annually toward the end of May. Both juniors and seniors are invited to attend the event, which takes place at the Estherwood Mansion on campus. Many...

New copier tracks how much ink and paper each student uses

New copier tracks how much ink and paper each student uses
May 1, 2014

Before spring break, students would bring their papers up to the copier, place it on the upper left hand corner, press a few buttons and then have five copies. The evening before classes resumed, an email...

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