The Math Department recognized 74 of the school's top math students at an honors brunch on Friday and treated them to a talk by someone who sat in their chairs just three years ago. Bryan Rehor '10, a junior at Johns Hopkins, spoke to the group about mathematics-related reasons behind the collapse of the Lehman Brothers financial services firm in 2008.
Loomis Chaffee A slice of the 300-acre campus looking toward the south east. At right, the entrance to Founders Hall leads to Grubbs Quadrangle — an expanse of green grass flanked by covered walkways and neoclassical buildings.
Students engaged in learning Molecular Biology — this popular class is team-taught by Naomi Appel and Scott MacClintic. Read more About Loomis Chaffee faculty.
Passionate Pursuits Students warm up at the bar in Kate Loughlin's dance class and practice their pieces for the Spring Dance Review this weekend. At right: A student at work on a ceramic project.
My Day at Loomis Follow a few of our students and learn how they spend their days. Read More At right:A student participates in a discussion durring Molly Pond's American Civilization class.
Team Work The boys track and field team ends the regular season 8-0, garnering the team's first undefeated regular season since 2004 and marking the 45th straight year without a losing record for the program. At right: Infielder catches a pop-up. This season LC girls softball is 6-5.
Resident Assistants Celebrate Senior RAs gather for a dinner at the Head of School's house. At right: Loomis Chaffee held its first Gilchrist Environmental Fellowship Program Awards Ceremony. Read More
On the River Psychology teacher David Newell leads students in the Back Country Program on an expedition on the Farmington River. Nature is good for the soul and when it comes to the mind, Loomis teachers look to the latest neuroscience for inspiration. Read more in the Spring issue of Loomis Chaffee Magazine.