"Dark Matter, The DarkSide, and Scientific Inquiry," was the topic of guest speaker Alissa Monte, a graduate student researcher at University of Massachusetts, who spoke on Thursday, March 30. Ms. Monte was invited to campus by the Physics Club.
Curriculum & Departments
A Loomis education is built on the pillars of excellence and opportunity. We provide a rigorous academic environment where excellence is both modeled and expected, and we offer abundant opportunities for you to nurture your intellectual curiosity.
You can choose from more than 250 courses, including almost 60 on the AP and advanced level, and take advantage of experiential learning programs through independent study (ISP), co-curricular projects, off-campus study, and international travel. The Office of Experiential Learning will help you identify a program that is right for you. And if your passion lies with global or environmental studies, our Global & Environmental Studies Certificate program is perfect for you.
The breadth and depth of the Loomis curriculum and our innovative faculty will prepare you well for college and beyond while inspiring you to push the limits of your perceived abilities.
Print artist Nanette Vonnegut spent the week of March 27–31 in the Loomis Chaffee community as a Visiting Artist, working on a series of monotype prints.
Loomis Chaffee's science quiz team had a successful run at the U.S. Dept. of Energy's National Science Bowl 2017 regional competition held on Saturday, March 4.
Loomis Chaffee's Model U.N. participants garnered 2017 conference awards at Yale University in January and at Boston University in February.
A Chamber Music Recital was presented on Thursday, February 23, 2017, in the Hubbard Performance Hall.