Economics, Philanthropy Define 8th Grade Biz Projects
A two-day learning venture at the Bolles Middle School Bartram Campus gave eighth-graders a memorable lesson in business and philanthropy. The result was more than $3,500 in fundraising dollars to support a local Dreams Come True child.
Boline ’13 Selected for UF Dance Team
Bolles Dance Team member Ellie Boline ’13
was selected to join the Dazzlers, the official dance team of the University of Florida Athletic Association.
Students, Faculty Learn Best Way to ASIST
A group of 10 students and 12 faculty members from The Bolles School attended a two-day training workshop this spring called Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, or, ASIST.
Fourth-Graders Host Annual Florida Day
The fourth grade classrooms on the Bolles Lower School Whitehurst Campus were transformed recently into a museum-like setting highlighting Florida’s most notable historical figures and cultural icons.
Cool Cat Coffee House Showcases Student Work
It was open-mic “night” last week at the Cool Cat Coffee House on the Bolles Lower School Whitehurst Campus, where fifth-grade students shared their writing works and storytelling skills.
World Tour Concludes with Journey to Mediterranean
The 2012-13 Bolles Parent Association Fine Arts World Tour – a musical and cultural guest performance program for lower school students – came to a close this month on the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus with an outstanding performance by two renowned classical guitarists.
Green Wins During Field Day Color Wars at Bartram
On May 17, Bolles Middle School Bartram students were divided into different color teams for an exciting afternoon Field Day called Color Wars.
Schaefer Named EVE Award Finalist in Education Sarah Schaefer
, math curriculum specialist for The Bolles School, was named a finalist in the prestigious 2013 EVE Awards.
Bolles Senior’s Internship Leads to Published Paper Matthew McPhillips ’13
has developed a capacity for excellence in the classroom and on the stage – having played key roles in "Hello Dolly," "The Man Who Came to Dinner," and "And Then There Were None." But last summer, McPhillips took his All Things Possible
mindset to a new venue: a medical research lab at the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute.
College Athletic Commitments at Bolles- May 17
Nine Bolles student-athletes were honored on May 17 for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers.
Parents Association Lunch a Golden Moment
The 2013 Bolles Parent Association Golden Bulldog Awards and annual meeting lunch presentation on May 14 drew a star-lit crowd to the Davis Gym, which was glamorously transformed into a red-carpet venue for the occasion.
Run Life Club Supports One Fund Boston
The Bolles Run Life Club, led by President Lily Arnold ’14
and Vice-president Josh Costa ’15
, hosted the Bolles Run for Boston on May 13.
Club Fulfills Dream for Local Child
The Dreams Come True club on the Bolles Upper School San Jose Campus hosted a party in the Varn Board Room on May 10 to honor Tate, an ill 12-year-old girl who will benefit from the club’s yearlong fundraising efforts.
‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ Takes Stage, Plans Tour
The Peanuts gang took the Parker Auditorium Stage by storm this month for a delightful performance of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Snoopy, Linus, Lucy, and even the Little Red-Haired Girl acted out some of life’s biggest lessons for a packed Bolles Middle School Bartram Campus house.
Phoenix Society Inducts New Members
The Phoenix Society announced its 2013 inductees this month in a special ceremony on the Bolles Upper School San Jose Campus.
College Athletic Commitments at Bolles- May 17
Nine Bolles student-athletes will be honored on Friday, May 17, for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers.
Pre-K Students Buzz Onstage
Pre-kindergarten students from the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus made their big stage debut recently with a production of “We Love Florida.”
Mothers Focus of Kindergarten Festivities
Mothers of kindergarten students on the Bolles Lower School Whitehurst Campus were treated to a lovely Mother’s Day prelude in the Peyton Boathouse on May 10.
‘What’s in a Name?’ Shakespeare Day at Bartram
Eighth grade students representing the Montague and Capulet ‘families’ helped transform the Bolles Middle School Bartram Campus into a hub of Shakespearean activity this month. From inspiring stage performances to games, costumed students enjoyed bringing their classroom curriculums to life.
Burke ’11 Named Academic All-District
Bolles alumna Meagan Burke ’11
was named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-District Softball Team.