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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  • Guiding Our Boys to Learn, Lead and Leave a Legacy

    Michael Fellin, Headmaster of Crescent School
    I have spoken frequently over the past year about our Portrait of a Crescent Graduate. The Portrait describes the knowledge, skills and character strengths our boys require to be successful men in the world. It answers three questions: who am I, how do I lead, and what is my legacy? It distills the answers to those questions into six essential qualities. In its simplest form, it can be expressed this way: we want our graduates to have received a strong foundation to learn, lead, and leave a legacy.
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Crescent Voices

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  • Making Our Mark as the Class of 2017

    Andrew Youngson, Head Boy, Class of 2017
    [This speech was given at Crescent's Upper School Prize Day ceremony on June 15, 2017.]

    Here we are, all together as one in this final Upper School celebration for the year of 2017. This day gives us an opportunity to look back on the year that was and reflect on how far we’ve come.
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Teaching & Learning Blog

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  • Art Trivia Incentive System

    Jo-Anne Kuchmak, Lower School Art Teacher
    One of my favourite classroom incentive systems is something I call Art Trivia (my students like to call it, “Are you smarter than Ms. K?”). It encourages the boys to participate orally and collaborate as a team while they test their art knowledge.
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