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May 31, 2019

Have you ever wondered what the mysterious garden situated across from the library is? The Library Garden is a project run by the current IXs with help and input from Katrina Raben, Science Teacher and other faculty members The garden has been producing tasty produce f...

May 31, 2019

Rhythms is something that is unique to City and Country’s curriculum. Founded in 1914, it nurtures the progressive mindset that Caroline Pratt first instilled in C&C. Over the years, for the Upper School, it has begun to shift from original Rhythms, music and movement,...

The XIIs are wrapping up all their studies. They are working on the IVs books because they will not be taking care of them for much longer. 

In Social Studies, the XIIs are continuing their Greek studies and read ancient Greek plays and stories in class. They are readin...

May 31, 2019

Although Tyrone Tyson Brown-Osborne started teaching at City and County in the fall of 2018, many students already know and love him. Not only is Tyrone a familiar face around C&C, but also a recognizable face in the world of advertising and modeling. He is an adroit p...

May 31, 2019

     City and Country could be described as a bubble of thought just as easily as it could be described as a progressive utopia. Regardless of our desire to be inclusive, and our efforts to reach that goal, C&C sometimes struggles when it comes to being truly open-mind...

Besides working and finishing their Renaissance portraits, the Xls have reached a much further point on their research theses. The XlsD had Group Night on Tuesday, May 14th. Group Night is when all the XlsD parents and teachers meet, talk, and look at photos of memorie...

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...

The IXsJ’s and IXsK’s plays took place on May 10th and May 9th, respectively, and each of their performances marked the culmination of their main Social Studies unit this year: the Oregon Trail. 

The IXs put on lively performances with singing, dancing, dramatic reading...

Until recently, the VIIIs were studying the Lenape Native Americans. How

ever, they have moved on to the next chapter of their curriculum and are currently studying the Dutch. The VIIIs are focusing on when the Dutch sailed over and created New Amsterdam, the predecesso...

May 31, 2019

The XIIIs’ play has been an annual tradition where XIIIs leave their mark on C&C before they move on to highschool. The XIIIs’ plays for the past few years have revolved around an original idea having to do with social issues, although it has not always been that way....

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