This holiday season, kindergarten students are exploring celebrations and traditions from around the world and giving back to those in need.
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Earlier this month, the Prep School gathered in the North Gym to unveil their new community-building program: the House System.
The Environmental Club has been hard at work as they green up spaces around the Prep School.
In the Prep School on Monday, November 7, Eric Kehs’s forensics classes put their skills to the test as they processed the first of three mock crime scenes this semester.
In third grade MakerTech, students explored the steps necessary to create a strong password, how to stay safe on the internet and how to avoid clickbait.
The fifth-grade student authors in Ms. Beasley's class devised original narratives that skillfully progress through the six stages of plot.
Last Friday, student-athletes celebrated the end of the fall season with breakfast and awards in the North Gym!
The seniors in the Advanced Science Research program submitted their research projects to the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the country's oldest and most prestigious science research competition for high school students.
Photographer Chloe L. '23 received a Congressional Art Award for her piece "We the People."
During the weekend of November 4-6, the CGPS Model UN Club participated in the University of Connecticut Model United Nations Conference.