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Spelling Bee Promises Music and Laughter

By, Jamila O. '19 Welcome to The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee! The Upper School students in this year’s spring musical will be spelling their way through the championship of a lifetime in this clever comedy. The show follows an eclectic group of students competing in a pivotal spelling championship; as they navigate the …

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Artist of the Issue: US Orchestra’s Lydia B. ’19

By, Elly P. '21 A member of Upper School Chamber Orchestra since it began in 2015, Lydia B. ’19 has been playing piano for most of her life. Winsor students will remember hearing her in winter and spring concerts, Upper School Meeting performances, and last year’s graduation ceremonies. Outside of music, Lydia can be found …

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Students Shine in Fourth Annual Dance Concert

By, Dayoon C. '19 On Friday, February 22, Winsor held its fourth annual dance concert, which featured students in the Winsor community and was performed to parents and friends beyond. For those who could not attend the dance concert on Friday night, Winsor’s dance program organized an “Upper School Meeting Teaser Show” on Thursday, February …

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Winsor and Belmont Hill Students Study Abroad

By, Caitlin S. '21 and Thomas M. '19 (BH) Aiming to “produce capable and responsible global citizens,” Belmont Hill has a rich history of global engagement and study abroad experiences. The school’s many offerings, moreover, hope to “teach the knowledge, skills, and values students will need to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world and contribute …

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Celebrating Cultural Diversity: The Lunar New Year

By, Jessica W. '22 In America, most families celebrate holidays such as New Year’s Eve and Thanksgiving together. In China, the most prevalent holiday is the Lunar New Year celebration. The Lunar New Year marks the first day of the year in the traditional Chinese calendar. As China’s history is strongly rooted in agriculture, farmers …

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