Today's students will shape the world of tomorrow, so seeing engineers and architects at work is important for Barstow students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers. Upper school STEAM students had that opportunity during a job shadow day at Burns & McDonnell on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Working with the Blue River Watershed Association, middle school science students have taken a first step toward defining, analyzing and offering a solution to a local environmental concern. They are using the National Geographic Society Geo-Inquiry process to develop their perspective, collect data and make connections with the world around them.
Student representatives from thirty clubs—from performance to politics, environment to engineering, stocks to social action and just about everything in between—signed up new members at the Upper School Activities Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
September is an incredibly exciting time of year in Barstow’s College Counseling department. During the next two weeks, Scott Hill and Lizzi Delaney will welcome 72 college representatives to campus. This fall, upper school students have the opportunity to network with more than 130 representatives from colleges coast-to-coast and around the world.
Lower school artist of the quarter Anya Reddy, grade 2, showed her painting to Mr. Foster on Feb. 7, 2018. Anya's dog is painted in the style of Cajun artist George Rodrigue's "Blue Dog." (Photo by Todd Race)