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At Upper School Assembly, Dr. Libby Jewett '78 spoke to the students about the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) research and efforts to combat ocean acidification – a chemical change in ocean water that results from increased carbon dioxide
Potomac "lifer" Matt Kline '01 spoke with students in Gen-Z Potomac about his career as an accomplished brand builder and marketer. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2005, Matt has worked at various agencies where he's helped to land endorsements
Congratulations to Director and Producer Rory Kennedy '84 for her Oscar nomination. Read more about the film Last Days in Vietnam.
Grant Myers '00 is the screenwriter for the new film The Maze Runner. We had the chance to talk with Grant and her shared his story with us. Read more....
Follow Grace and her adventures through her blog. Read about her time under the sea with Fabien Cousteau.
On Tuesday, April 14, more than 400 Upper School students and faculty braved the rain to take part in nearly 30 different service projects across the DC area during the US spring Service Learning Day. The participants shared their time and talents with such organizations as the National Arboretum, Lift Me Up, Alternative House, and Bright Beginnings.
Seniors Theo Mendez and Nghi Nguyen have been named to the high school All-American squash team, two of only 37 players to receive this honor nationwide. Both players have cracked the top-25 national rankings: Theo has been ranked as high as 22nd in the Boys Under 19 division, while Nghi has reached 15th in the country in the Girls Under 19 division. Theo and Nghi plan to continue their squash careers at the collegiate level.