The Loomis Chaffee Summer Program (LCSP) completed this year’s four-week session of fun, discovery, and inspiration on July 22.
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Green grass, blue skies, and cool breezes welcomed Pelicans and their families as they returned to the Island June 10–12 for the first in-person Reunion Weekend since 2019.
Members of the Loomis Chaffee Junior Class walked along the senior path in Grubbs Quad to cheers and applause from the faculty during the traditional "Rising Up" ceremony on Tuesday, May 31.
Loomis Chaffee celebrated its 106th Commencement under the canopy of trees between the Head of School’s House and the Loomis Homestead on May 29.
Loomis Chaffee recognized students for their academic and extracurricular achievements and for their contributions to the school and greater community at an all-school awards convocation on Tuesday, May 24, in the Olcott Center.
Ten seniors engaged in intensive independent projects for two weeks this month and presented the results of their work to the school community on Monday and Tuesday, May 23 and 24.
The Alvord Center for Global & Environmental Studies held a “Take Action Senior Celebration” on Monday, May 23, in the Meadows.
Students in Loomis Chaffee dance courses and groups performed in the Spring Dance Revue May 5–7 in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater in the John D. and Alexandra C. Nichols Center for Theater and Dance.
Yale University physics professor John W. Harris led Loomis Chaffee faculty and students on Monday, May 16, on a guided tour of the universe.
The buzzing of bees surrounded the Island recently as Visiting Environmentalist and bee expert Steve Rogenstein ’88 met with students and faculty May 3–5.
Loomis Chaffee students were recognized for their excellence in the study of mathematics on Monday, May 16 in a ceremony in Gilchrist Auditorium in the Clark Center for Science & Mathematics.
Students and faculty gathered in Katharine Brush Library on Friday, May 12, for the annual History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies Honors Tea to recognize students who have excelled in their studies of these three fields this year.
The boys track and field team won its fifth straight Founders League championship on Saturday, May 14, putting together an impressive performance that displayed the team’s ability and depth.
To Be Free, a one-man-show, written, directed, and acted by senior Nathan Ko, premiered to a packed house of Loomis Chaffee faculty and students in the new black box theater in the Nichols Center for Theater and Dance on Tuesday, May 10.
Loomis Chaffee students and faculty gathered in the Hubbard Music Center on Friday, May 6, for the annual English Honors Tea to recognize outstanding student writing during this academic year.
The Science Department celebrated its outstanding students on Monday, May 9, with certificates, snacks, and sunshine under the pergola behind the Clark Center for Science & Mathematics.
Corporate ethics and moral responsibility were the topics of a special meeting of the Shultz Fellows on Wednesday, April 27.
Students and faculty gathered in Katharine Brush Library on Tuesday, May 3, for the annual Katherine Ballard Modern and Classical Language Honors Tea to recognize students who have excelled in their studies of language.
String Theory, an exhibition of recent works by abstract painter and printmaker Sarah Lutz ’85, opened April 26 in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery in the Richmond Art Center.
Marcia I. Pescador Jimenez, a Boston University assistant professor of epidemiology, shared her research with the Loomis Chaffee community on Tuesday, April 19, during a convocation address and class visits.