On Thursday, September 28, Ross School’s College Counseling office hosted an information session for the parents of senior students. The session was designed to provide families of seniors with an opportunity to ask questions about navigating the college application process, as well as to inform them of important upcoming dates. If you were unable to attend last week’s event, here are some tips for helping your child through the college admissions process: Continue reading
Ross students have almost completed their courses for Field Academy, a three-week period of intensive study and exploration. Read on to find out what some of our students have been doing across the globe.
As they continue their exploration of Neolithic settlements, Ross fourth grade students got a firsthand perspective on what it’s like to delve into the lives of early humans when an archaeologist joined their science class over the Internet.
Today’s guest bloggers are the students in the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) class from the first session of Summer Term @Ross. Read on for a report from their recent field trip to South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center.
On July 14, the Summer Term @Ross ESOL students and teachers visited the local natural history museum to learn about the animals, plants, and environment of the East End of Long Island. Continue reading
Students participating in the “Design and Invention” course of Summer Term @Ross are spending their first week working on 3D printing and 3D design projects. This three-week, intensive session of Innovation Lab @Ross is designed to give students the opportunity to learn new technology skills in a hands-on, project-based setting. Continue reading
Over the weekend, Ross School faculty and staff were thrilled to welcome Summer Term @Ross students to our community. Newcomers arrived throughout the weekend, hailing from Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United States.
On this last day of school, we wish everyone a happy and relaxing summer! But if you want to reminisce about all the wonderful moving up and graduation ceremonies held over the past week here at Ross School, we invite you to view the Flickr galleries below. Continue reading
On June 18, the Ross School Class of 2016 drew the curtain on their high school years and took their first steps toward a collective bright future, as the 82 students crossed the Great Hall to receive their diplomas.
The South Fork Country Club hosted Ross school’s spring golf outing on June 16. Teams made up of parents, students, alumni parents, sponsors, and business partners of Ross School enjoyed a pre-golf luncheon, a day of golf, and a post-golf reception at the historic club. Participants included parents from South Korea; students from São Paolo, Brazil; sponsors from New York City; and Ross family and friends from throughout the East End. We offer a special thanks to Mirea Kim and Dong Hoon Chang, parents of graduating senior Isoo Chang, who traveled the farthest distance to attend the event. Continue reading
Four members of the Ross Class of 2017 were recently named as All Stars by the East Hampton Star. For nearly 20 years, the newspaper has recognized outstanding juniors from East Hampton High School, Pierson High School, and Ross School using the criteria of character, citizenship, commitment, and curiosity.
Congratulations to Dehe (Mark) Liu, Mingwei (Sherry) Gao, Lucia Robinson, and Sam Grossman (pictured here with junior class advisor Kyle Helke), this year’s All Star Award recipients!