A dozen students flipped pancakes in their home kitchens while connecting on a video conference on Saturday, April 4, for the first virtual meeting of the Loomis Chaffee Pancake Society.
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The school’s Gwendolen Sedgwick Batchelder Memorial Health Center recently donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to aid health workers on the front lines of the coronavirus fight.
Senior Eleanor Peters has earned a Silver Medal in the National 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for “Out of the Mouth,” her portfolio of poetry and short fiction.
Students in Andrea Rodas’ Spanish II classes have an added dimension to their distance learning experience this spring — Andrea is teaching the classes from her family’s residence in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
With the opening of the spring term on Thursday, March 26, the Loomis Chaffee community has begun an experiment in online distance learning, necessitated by the COVID-19 public health crisis.
The boys varsity basketball team defeated Hotchkiss 84-79 on Sunday, March 8, to win the Class A New England prep school title for the first time under head coach Rock Battistoni.
The No. 3-seeded boys varsity ice hockey team defeated top-ranked Cushing Academy 2-0 on Sunday, March 8, to win the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Martin/Earl Large School championship for the first time since 2014.
The girls varsity basketball team lost in the New England Prep School tournament semifinal 45-51 against the Tilton School on Saturday, March 7.
The girls varsity ice hockey team fell to Phillips Andover Academy 0-2 on Saturday, March 7, in the semifinals of the Chuck Vernon Elite Eight Tournament, the highest-level New England Prep School Athletic Conference tournament.
The boys varsity basketball team advanced to the Class A semifinal of the New England tournament by defeating Noble and Greenough School 57-25 on Wednesday, March 4.
The girls varsity basketball team defeated Buckingham Browne & Nichols 49 to 33 on Wednesday, March 5, advancing to the Class A New England Prep School Athletic Conference semifinal for the second straight year.
The boys varsity ice hockey team defeated Deerfield 4-2 on Wednesday, March 4, advancing to the semifinals of the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Martin/Earl Large School Tournament
Five students presented the first Stage II experimental theater production —12 AM in America, a courageous interpretation of the play Twelve Angry Men — in the Lyons Den February 27–28.
The girls varsity ice hockey team, seeded seventh, defeated No. 2 Tabor Academy 4-3 in overtime on Wednesday, March 4, in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Elite Eight Tournament quarterfinal.
American soccer icon Abby Wambach, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, shared some of what she’s come to know and believe at an all-school convocation on March 3.
The boys varsity basketball team defeated Hotchkiss 82-75 on Saturday, February 29, to claim the Founders League title and the No. 1 seed in the Class A New England Prep School Athletic Conference Tournament.
The boys varsity swim and dive team won the Founders League championship on Saturday, February 29, at Miss Porter’s School.
With the winter sports season coming to an end, the varsity programs on the Island are peaking for championship competitions.
Loomis Chaffee’s Model United Nations organization enjoyed a record-breaking year with large numbers of individual awards recorded at each of their three 2019-20 season conferences.
Nine senior Global & Environmental Studies Certificate ambassadors developed student-driven programming for the spring arrival of Shared_Spaces, a steel shipping container fitted with interactive technology to connect Loomis Chaffee with communities around the globe.