• September

    Getting To Know Head Boy Tega Ajise

    Elected by his peers, Grade 12 student Tega Ajise is Crescent's Head Boy for the 2020-2021 school year. We asked him some questions to learn a bit more about him.
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  • June

    Meeting Ambiguity With Resiliency

    by Jamie Coulter '87, P'21, Chair of the Board of Governors
    Jamie Coulter ’87, P’21, Chair of Crescent’s Board of Governors, shared this speech at Crescent School’s Prize Day Celebrations on June 19, 2020.
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  • Ode To The Graduates Of 2020

    by faculty member Greg Michalski
    Before retiring at the end of June 2020, after 27 years of teaching at Crescent, Upper School science teacher Greg Michalski wrote this poem, revealing a talent for rhyme as well as physics.

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  • May

    Trish Cislak

    It’s Time To Lean Into Reading!

    By Trish Cislak, Crescent School’s Head of Libraries and Director of Research, CCBE
    There is no better time than now for our boys to be reading.
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  • April

    What I’ve Learned About Virtual Learning

    By Melissa Pain, Upper School Faculty Member
    Just before March Break, as reports of COVID-19 were filling the news, I joked to my students that the next time we saw each other might be in a virtual classroom. Boy, I wish I had been wrong about that.
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  • February

    We Can All Be The One

    By Grade 12 Student Michael Farkouh
    School is a great place to learn and better oneself. However, this can only happen when we all support and stand up for each other. That’s why I am excited to be part of an initiative at Crescent that encourages us all to be “upstanders” against bullying.
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  • January

    Learning Can Be LOUD

    By Jennifer Straver, Middle School Faculty
    As I relaxed with family and friends over the holiday break, I reflected on my first four months as a French teacher in the Middle School here at Crescent. Comparing and contrasting against my previous teaching experiences, I recognized that there was one large difference: the noise.
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