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smoffett - Posted Tuesday, Mar 5, 2013 
Just before Winter Break, the junior class performed Love's Labour's Lost — the culmination of their Shakespeare block class. Shifting alliances, misdirected correspondence and engaging wordplay were the hallmarks of this story of romance and intrigue, presented in the Big Room at High Mowing School.
smoffett - Posted Saturday, Mar 2, 2013 
High Mowing teacher Wendy Bruneau looks at Faust, a standard Grade 12 block in Waldorf education, and the relevance that study has for these young adults who are preparing for the next phase of their life journey.
smoffett - Posted Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 
Batik and Weaving are two elective courses in the Fiber Arts curriculum at HMS. In Weaving, students choose a project for the large loom to focus on for the trimester, from initial design to completion. In the Batik, Silk Screening and Block Printing class, students experiment with many projects and aspects of the medium.
smoffett - Posted Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 
In early February, sophomores in the Greek Drama and Studies in World Theatre block class performed Crusader, Muslim, and Jew, a reworking of one of the most famous plays from German literature, Nathan the Wise by G.E. Lessing. Under the guidance of Dale Coye and Jonathan Northrop, students stepped back in time to twelfth-century Jerusalem and the court of Saladin, the Muslim leader at the time of the Crusades.
joy - Posted Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013 
Students led a Chinese Spring Festival celebration at High Mowing. We enjoyed presentations of poems and stories, and a delicious Chinese dinner made by the students. Everyone wore read to celebrate the day!
smoffett - Posted Friday, Feb 8, 2013 
Senior Nimrod Sadeh was recognized by the DAR Good Citizens Program for his accomplishments. He will progress to the state competition, where he will read the essay he wrote to enter the competition.
smoffett - Posted Thursday, Jan 31, 2013 
Mercedes McMahon '14 reflects on her fall semester exchange in Germany. Larissa Seischab was here in the fall as part of the exchange.
Kim McCormick - Posted Thursday, Jan 31, 2013 
What fuels the science curriculum in a Waldorf school? High Mowing's Science Department is reviewing and articulating the science curriculum and how it progresses from the entering freshman to the graduating senior.
smoffett - Posted Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013 
Warm up your winter with the Sinfonietta's upcoming Winter Concert on Sunday, February 24 at 4 pm in the Big Room at High Mowing School. The Sinfonietta, a community chamber orchestra now in its 8 year, is directed by Mark Ferguson, and made up of talented high school and middle school students as well as professional musicians from around the region. The concert is free, but donations are appreciated. Call 603-654-2391 or visit www.highmowing.org for more information.
smoffett - Posted Wednesday, Jan 16, 2013 
Sophomore Jacob Kydd was one of 20 high school students chosen to participate in Marlboro College's Beautiful Minds Symposium, dedicated to sharing ideas and learning about the creative process.
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