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Engineering-minded students from The Bolles School are sharing their ideas about a vision for downtown Jacksonville in 2050.
On Thursday, February 23, eight select members of the Bolles Women's Chorus under the direction of Rachel Clifton participated in a Naturalization Ceremony in the Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse.
This week, the 11 2016 Ottenstroer Fellows presented their work to members of the Ottenstroer family and Bolles administration, demonstrating once again how meaningful and wide-ranging these experiences are to Bolles faculty.
Andi Oldham's Lower School Whitehurst Campus science lab has been a busy place in recent weeks.
Three upper school honors environmental science students brought their enthusiasm for bluebird and Purple Martin observation to the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus in mid-February as part of an ongoing mission to raise awareness of the Bolles Bluebird Project and other science lessons on Bolles' lower and middle school campuses.
Hurst is a rising junior on the University of South Carolina football team.
Taylor Richadrson '22 is featured in Forbes magazine for a community service initiative that raised $17,000 for 1,000 students to see the movie, "Hidden Figures."
Lilly Sonn '25, a Grade 4 student on the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus, is getting noticed locally and nationally for her Taekwondo pursuits.
Carla Jones '03, a local entrepreneur journalist and publicist, is one of the featured artist at a new art exhibit in the Jax Makerspace Gallery on the first floor of the downtown Jacksonville Public Library.

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