Why Crescent

Our focus on character education is aligned to our mission and an integral part of how we teach, motivate and inspire our boys.  
Why Crescent

Crescent Blogs

Open Mike: Headmaster's Blog

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  • Seeing Our School Through Students’ Eyes

    Michael Fellin, Headmaster of Crescent School
    In February, I took part in the Shadow a Student Challenge, following three boys – Shawn L. in the Lower School, Jonathan V. in the Middle School and Jack L. in the Upper School – through their daily routines. I learned a lot from the experience, and I thank these boys for letting me briefly enter their world, the world of students. It is a world I sometimes forget but need to remember.
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Crescent Voices

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  • Developing Character Through Athletics

    by Justin Chau, Lower School Faculty
    As a phys. ed. teacher and coach, I have the pleasure of playing games for a career. What is most rewarding for me is seeing how athletics can shape a student’s self-worth, confidence, independence and leadership. These are important life skills. It’s remarkable to be part of helping the boys develop their character.
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Teaching & Learning Blog

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  • “FRUMD” Your Test

    By Stuart Cumner, Head of Science, Upper School
    The “FRUMD” method is a tool I share with my students to help them better understand how they can improve their test results. Here’s how I explain it to them:
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