As part of an ongoing unit in U.S. Political History, the entire eighth grade visited Mount Vernon and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Congratulations to Sophia Ambrose '23, Laiya Ebo '23, Madeline Feldner '23, Amy Lu '23, Sam Tate '23, Courtney Watts '23, and Joyce Wu '23 for their commitment to compete in Division I athletics next year!
To celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon or Mooncake Festival, Grade 6 Chinese students collaborated with Grade 3 on a lesson about their studies.
Sisters Lily (’23) and Eliza (’25)’s new app, D.C. Civil Rights Tour, has local media buzzing. Already ranked #29 by TripAdvisor for best outdoor activity in DC, the app features little known historic locations in the fight for freedom in their hometown.
Maya Lall ’23 is one of five high school students who received an OMEGA (Opportunities for Multigenerational Exchange, Growth, and Action) scholarship from the MIT AgeLab. These $5,000 scholarships are given to high school students who have developed intergenerational programs in their communities. The award also comes with $1,000 for the organization.
This fall marked the official launch of Holton's inaugural Teaching Fellows Cohort, a program designed to give participants a two-year experience developing skills needed to be educators in today's world
The entire Lower School celebrated reading in a big way with the annual Reading Celebration on Sept. 23, an exciting grades 3-6 event.
Five Holton seniors have been named 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists, and 17 have been named Commended Students.