Pelicans Jeff Scanlon '79 and Scott MacClintic '82 are on board to lead new two-week Immersion Programs focused on writing and Design Thinking in this year's Loomis Chaffee Summer Program enrolling now for June 2019.
News & Calendar
Guest musicians New World Trio conducted a masterclass with music students and presented a morning recital for the community during their visit to Loomis Chaffee on Tuesday, January 15.
Affirmative action and the Harvard admissions trial were topics of an open discussion at a Dialogue in the Common Good hosted in the Norton Family Center for the Common Good on Tuesday, January 15.
The Loomis Chaffee Jazz Band, Jazz Improv Ensemble, and Guitar Ensemble will present a Winter Concert on Thursday, January 24, in the Hubbard Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free of charge.
Loomis Chaffee debaters are enjoying a busy and successful winter, and the team performed well at the 37th Annual Loomis Chaffee Debate Tournament on Sunday, January 13.
Author Keith Scribner '80 returned to Loomis Chaffee in January to promote his newly-released novel, Old Newgate Road, and to share his experiences as a writer at events across campus.
On January 8, Harvard's Belfer Center research fellow Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, spoke with students in Loomis' Global & Environmental Studies program about the importance of understanding trends in Iran's decision-making regarding it's nuclear program.
Senior Reilly Campbell scored her 1,000th point on Monday, January 14, in the girls varsity basketball team's 78-29 win against Kingswood Oxford.
The boys and girls swimming and diving teams both defeated the Kent Lions on Wednesday, January 9, the boys winning by a score of 95-83 and the girls by a score of 96-80.