Last Friday morning, the Grammar School celebrated its students and officially promoted them to the next grade during a splendid Moving Up Day ceremony. “Moving Up Day is a time for celebrating ends of things and beginnings of things,” explained Grammar School Director Sarah McLean at the beginning of the event’s proceedings. One of the School’s most anticipated MUD traditions, each grade then sang an original song to commemorate the occasion. “We are moving up to Middle School. We’ll miss you,” sang the fourth graders during their rendition of Bruno Mars’s “Count on Me.” The ceremony also included special video messages from teachers wishing their students a great summer vacation. Thanks to some movie magic, the event concluded with a fun and creative video marking the official promotion of all students to the next grade level. Congratulations, Grammar School students!
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Columbia Prep is proud to announce the publication of its first world language literary magazine, The Globe.
Last Thursday, Prep School students and faculty held one final gathering to celebrate the end of the 2019-20 school year.
On Friday, the Middle School held its annual Moving Up Day to salute another successful year.
Every year our Middle Schoolers complete a one mile run. This event is part of the Fitnessgram, which is administered in schools across the country.
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