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I believe in the need for civil political discourse. But I’m also part of the problem.

On Thursday, we had the pleasure of welcoming CT Congressman Jim Himes and CNN anchor and SLS parent Alisyn Camerota to the Hilltop. The two offered advice, opinions, and thoughts surrounding the notion of civil political discourse as they fielded questions from Head of School Mark Davis and several Upper School students. Each communicated a...

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Some Things Really Do Last Forever

We’ve all been subjects of the same speech: the one that highlights the eternal existence of social media posts. We’ve been told to think before we post something or hit send, because there is no such thing as a real “trash” on the internet. While this may be true and worthy of our attention, recent...

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What SLS Students Should Take Away from the Washington Memorial Conflict

Recently, high school students have been dominating the news cycle. Following last year’s Parkland High School shooting, teenagers across the country banded together to resist gun violence and advocate change. Thousands upon thousands of young people met in Washington to participate in the March for Our Lives – a movement spearheaded by Parkland students. Last...

Reflecting on Anthony Ray Hinton’s Powerful Visit
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Reflecting on Anthony Ray Hinton’s Powerful Visit

He spent 30 years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. A victim of a racially-biased and wholly unjust criminal justice system, Anthony Ray Hinton finally found freedom after receiving help and support from Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and the face of the Equal Justice Initiative – a nonprofit advocating for equal treatment...

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What actually happens with student surveys?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…student surveys are back! Teachers across all departments are giving Upper School students the opportunity to share their opinions on their classes – in terms of academic atmosphere, effectiveness of teaching style, and workload. Year after year, student surveys have received both commendation and criticism. While some see...

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Mr. Davis Departs for Six-Month Sabbatical

A road trip to Texas? A silent retreat? An Alabama civil rights tour? These detail just a few of the many adventures that Mr. Davis will embark on during his six-month sabbatical. Though St. Luke’s does not have a traditional sabbatical program like many higher institutions, the Board of Trustees suggested that, if Mr. Davis...

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The Clean Plate Initiative

Starting this week, St. Luke’s will be participating in the Clean Plate Project. Sponsored by the Sustainability Club and Flik, the project focuses on reducing the amount of food waste produced by the St. Luke’s community. The trash in the cafeteria will be weighed and recorded each week and posted on a board above the...

Test Stress: To AP Or Not To AP
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Test Stress: To AP Or Not To AP

Students at St. Luke’s may be all-too familiar with a certain type of education: Advanced Placement classes. Currently, SLS offers over 15 APs, ranging from those in the STEM to those in the humanities. Taken at the beginning of May, AP tests are a trademark of the College Board, the same organization that manages the...