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The end of the year holds a lot for the Xs, from making pop-up books to mixing their own paints out of eggshells and insects. The Xs have a busy schedule.  In Computer, the XsMe have started to work on the perennial favorite pop-up books. They cut, design, construct, a...

 Oscar Kolz, XsMe, practicing his calligraphy

The Xs continue their studies on the Middle Ages by examining daily life and social hierarchies of Medieval manors, and cathedrals.

“It has a lord and probably a lady, a majority of the manor is peasants and it has a couple o...

The Xs have started studying Middle Ages. On the XsMo’s first day back from break, they each received a sticky note and wrote down words they thought connected to Medieval times. 

Lucas Kaganovsky said, “We basically thought of the word Medieval times and [wrote] what c...

Friday the 22nd marked the end of the Xs plays’ as the XsMo stunned the crowd with an amazing performance as they told the story of how the Babylonians and the Assyrians were pitted against each other by the ever powerful gods. 

The play itself took place in

the Rhythms...

In February the Xs begin C&C students’ favorite time of the year: play season. The Xs intended to make a play to remember and they did just that. The XsMe were the first group in our school’s history to write and execute a traveling play. 

They started all the way on th...

As the Xs return to their regular school routine they are getting right back into their work. The Xs have some intriguing projects coming up, one being the XsMe play. This specific play is going to be different than all of the past City and Country plays because this p...

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