Two groups of Loomis Chaffee students and faculty traveled June 8–19 to Iceland and Peru for immersive educational travel programs organized by Loomis' Alvord Center for Global & Environmental Studies.
The Loomis Chaffee Summer Program kicked off its eighth summer of learning and discovery on Monday, June 24 at a welcoming assembly for students and their families.
Sunshine and warm breezes greeted Pelicans and their families as they returned to Loomis Chaffee on June 14–16 for Reunion 2019.
For the second year in a row Michael Suski, who graduated from Loomis Chaffee in May, has been named the Connecticut Gatorade Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
The Norton Family Center for the Common Good kicked off a fourth summer of the Norton Fellowship Program on June 3, with overviews of the five student-directed, community engagement projects planned for this year.
On Wednesday, May 29, Economics teachers Liz Leyden and Mat DeNunzio took 20 sophomores and juniors on an experiential learning trip to New York City to tour two companies with products and structures very different from one another.
In response to a challenge posed in April by Deborah Sheldon of Windsor Social Services, 10 I-Tri students developed resource kits to aid people presenting as homeless in the town.
Freshmen and sophomores took part in well-being workshops led by faculty, and seniors attended college readiness information sessions on campus during the final Pelican Day Saturday of the 2018–19 school year on May 11.
Robert Knight, an artist and art professor at Hamilton College, spent the week of May 20–24 working in the Richmond Art Center as a Visiting Artist.
Loomis Chaffee's Class of 2019 received diplomas at the 103rd Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 26. Celebrated television director James L. Widdoes '72 delivered the Commencement address.