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April 14th 2014 - April 21st 2014
Signs of Spring The annual Spring Choral Concert featured incredible performances by all five of our choral groups. Watch the videos
April 7th 2014 - April 14th 2014
Independent Study Students pursue their passions one-on-one with a faculty member through an Independent Study Project. Read More
March 31st 2014 - April 7th 2014
Place Value Our current gallery exhibit features the work of artists who have found inspiration through a relationship to a particular place. Read More
March 24th 2014 - March 31st 2014
Spring Mindfulness Our mindfulness courses expand this spring with four great offerings for students and faculty. Read More
March 10th 2014 - March 17th 2014
Intent to Play Seven of our seniors signed letters of intent to play for some of the top Division I college programs in the country. Read More
March 3rd 2014 - March 10th 2014
Challenge Convention At a recent academic awards assembly, our Head of the Visual Arts used contemporary art to encourage students to challenge convention. Read More
February 24th 2014 - March 3rd 2014
Postseason Play After a 19-4 season, the Middlesex boys' varsity basketball team moves on to the post season. Read More
February 17th 2014 - February 24th 2014
Class A Performance In only their second year competing in the Class A NEPSAC Championship, the boys' and girls' ski team came in 2nd and 6th place, respectively. Read More
February 10th 2014 - February 17th 2014
Student Direction At Middlesex, you can showcase your talents both on the stage and in the director's chair. Student-directed one act plays
February 3rd 2014 - February 10th 2014
Power of Language At this year's diversity symposium, we explored the power of language to create an inclusive community. Read More
January 27th 2014 - February 3rd 2014
The Sound of Music From boiler room to recital hall: how our conversion to natural gas paves the way for a new music facility. Read More
January 20th 2014 - January 27th 2014
Community Values Our five core values are respect, kindness, gratitude, honesty, and courage. Learn about what they mean to us. Read More
January 13th 2014 - January 20th 2014
Shared Learning Peer Tutors lend a helping hand, and they enrich their own learning in the process. Read More
January 6th 2014 - January 13th 2014
Brain Power A leading neuroscientist came to campus to discuss mindfulness and the power of the teenage brain. Read More
December 23rd 2013 - January 6th 2014
Present and Grateful Freshmen report benefits from mindfulness course: improved focus, sleep, and feelings of gratitude, to name a few. Read More
December 16th 2013 - December 23rd 2013
National Recognition Middlesex field hockey player Sarah Tabeek '14 is named a National All-American for the second year in a row. Read More
December 9th 2013 - December 16th 2013
Take a Chance In her recent Chapel talk, a senior encourages us all to take a chance, because bravery pays off. Read More
December 2nd 2013 - December 9th 2013
Heading Home A Middlesex freshman is recognized for his work bringing homes to the homeless. Read More
November 25th 2013 - December 2nd 2013
Relief Efforts Middlesex students organized a fundraiser to benefit relief efforts in the wake of typhoon Haiyan. Read More
November 18th 2013 - November 25th 2013
Design by the Book Inspiration can come from unexpected places, as our AP Studio Art students recently discovered. Read More
November 11th 2013 - November 18th 2013
Testing Limits Our Engineering course gives students the opportunity to think critically and creatively. Read More
November 4th 2013 - November 11th 2013
The Head Table Seniors gather weekly around the Head of School's table for a "senior dinner," an intimate and familial experience. Read More
October 28th 2013 - November 4th 2013
Making Connections Classics and history teacher Kate Hession makes connections as both a teacher and a student. Read More
October 21st 2013 - October 28th 2013
Family Matters For our students, faculty families are as much a part of the Middlesex experience as the faculty themselves. Read More
October 14th 2013 - October 21st 2013
Find the Silver Lining Meet Irene '14, school Vice President and three-sport athlete whose optimism is contagious. Read More
October 7th 2013 - October 14th 2013
Make Good Choices The "Choices" program brings students and faculty together to discuss anything and everything that is not covered in the classroom. Read More
September 30th 2013 - October 7th 2013
Giving Back Our community donated 1,500 hours of volunteer time at our annual Community Service Day. Read More
September 23rd 2013 - September 30th 2013
Coming Together Our school community annually reads a common book and engages in discussions on the salient issues. This year, we're confronting violence. Read More
September 16th 2013 - September 23rd 2013
Mindfulness in Schools The ".b" Mindfulness course for freshmen begins its second year at Middlesex. Read More
September 9th 2013 - September 16th 2013
Opening of School The hopes and dreams for this school year might be summed up by one word: OPPORTUNITY. Read More
September 2nd 2013 - September 9th 2013
Ask Me For over two decades, Ask Me kids have been among the first people to welcome new families onto campus. Read More
August 26th 2013 - September 2nd 2013
A New Year A new school year means new faces across campus: new students, new faculty, and renovated spaces. Meet the New Faculty
August 19th 2013 - August 26th 2013
Peek Into The Past A new social media project utilizes the School's rich historical archives. #tbt Read More
August 5th 2013 - August 19th 2013
Finding Your Promise Our founder, Frederick Winsor, described Middlesex as a place where kids could come to "find their promise." Learn More
July 22nd 2013 - August 5th 2013
Community Life Being a teenager isn't easy. Our community life program is about teaching and ensuring healthy living for adolescents. Read more about Community Life
July 8th 2013 - July 22nd 2013
April 15th 2014 Longtime Middlesex staff member Kenneth J. LeBlanc died unexpectedly on April 14, 2014, at Health Alliance in Leominster, MA. A lifelong resident of Fitchburg, MA, Ken was born there on April 28, 1952, and graduated from Fitchburg High School in...
April 15th 2014 As a graduate of the Class of '99, a 6-year faculty member in English, Admissions, and Marketing, and a dorm parent and Crew coach, Erika Ferlins Mills '99 has seen campus from many angles. Hung on the third floor of Eliot Hall, perhaps one of the...
April 14th 2014 On Saturday, April 12, Middlesex cross-country and track standout, Garrett O'Toole '14, blazed his way to a seventh place finish at the 2014 Arcadia Invitational held in Los Angeles, CA.  The Arcadia Invitational is a prestigious high...
April 3rd 2014 Twenty Middlesex students and faculty are making art to be exhibited in the exhibition Personal Terrain: Contemporary Mapping, opening April 16th at the Concord Art Association.   According to Concord Art, "Maps are more accessible and...
April 1st 2014 As part of their leadership work in the Alumni office, student Alumni Ambassadors have the unique task of looking further at the plaques every student passes in the hallways each day. Senior Max Novick chose to research the plaque of Eric Kester '04...
March 27th 2014 Middlesex School presents Place Value, an art exhibition organized by Meg Alexander, resident of Clay House and wife of John Hirsch, Head of the English Department.  The exhibit features the work of five artists who have found inspiration...
March 25th 2014 As one of the two international trips Middlesex offered over Spring Break, five students and three accompanying faculty members traveled over 7,000 miles from Concord to Cape Town, South Africa.  Amy Gleason, Director of Community Service, Head...
March 17th 2014 Senior cross-country and track captain Garrett O'Toole qualified for the one mile championship at  New Balance Nationals Indoor, held March 14-16th at The Armory in New York City.  It was Garrett's second appearance at Nationals Indoor....
March 7th 2014 Since Frederick Winsor imagined the Middlesex campus over a century ago, many of the original buildings remain virtually unchanged. The original construction has proven itself so sturdy that decades later, many students find themselves in the very...
March 6th 2014 The College Board announced on March 5th that the SAT will be dramatically overhauled for the testing cycle in the spring of 2016.  David Coleman, the president of the College Board, strongly feels that the SAT has "become disconnected from the...
March 3rd 2014 For the second time in the four years of the February Faceoff competition, Middlesex secured the most young alumni donors during the month of February among the competitors, and the resulting claim of having the most loyal young alumni. After...
February 18th 2014 At last week's assembly, the 23 juniors in the Youth in Philanthropy program presented four checks to local nonprofit organizations as the culmination of their semester-long philanthropy project. Youth in Philanthropy is a program conducted through...
February 17th 2014 Camilla Hammer ’06 was always an avid environmentalist, but never set out to work in urban farming. Now, at only 26 years old, she manages Battery Urban Farm, a one-acre educational farm located in the historic Battery in New York City. The farm...
February 16th 2014 Four Middlesex artists were recently recognized by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for their exemplary work in painting and drawing:   Gold Key Michelle Chung ’14: The Ox  Diana Uhrig’15: August Afternoon &...
February 13th 2014 Given the storm, day students should plan to head home after their last academic commitment.   No chapel chorus tonight.  Varsity practices will run for boarding students only.    The practice schedule is as follows ...
February 5th 2014 On Sunday, February 9th at 4pm in the Wood Theatre, Middlesex will be screening Girl Rising.  From Academy Award-nominated director Richard E. Robbins, Girl Rising journeys around the globe to witness the strength of the human spirit...
February 3rd 2014 On Super Bowl Sunday, the Middlesex 5k Club, a club of dedicated student runners, competed in the Super 5k Road Race XIII in Lowell, MA.  Born on the day the Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2001, the Super 5k Road Race is now in its thirteeth...
February 2nd 2014 Monday Free Day Schedule 8-10am: Breakfast  11am: Bus to Boston & Vans to the Garment District in Cambridge 11:30-1pm:  Lunch Afternoon: Varsity practices only 5:30-7pm:  Dinner 7:30-9:30pm: Regular study hours
January 31st 2014 Walking into the offices of Nextdoor, the private neighborhood social network started by Sarah Leary MX'88, one can easily feel the sense of community and collaboration of the start-up. Of the 68 (and growing) employees, Tyler Green MX'07 shares a...
January 26th 2014 For the fourth year, Middlesex young alumni will compete against other New England secondary schools in an annual competition called the "February Faceoff." This interscholastic event will track donations made by alumni in the classes of 2004-2013...
April 18th 2014
April 20th 2014
April 26th 2014 9:30 - 10:00am - Assembly - AP exams pre-registration 5:00pm - Prom pictures on Elliot steps 6:00pm - 11:00pm - Senior Prom 11:30pm-1:00am Senior breakfast in the Terry Room
April 28th 2014 - May 1st 2014
May 2nd 2014 I-Circle; II-by Chapel (rain = Ware); III-StuFac; IV-Landry Center
May 5th 2014 - May 16th 2014
May 7th 2014
May 11th 2014
Life 360
All Life 360 ° content is submitted by Middlesex students, faculty, and staff.

Who you are is what you say and what you do.
- Karlyn McNall, Dean of Academic Affairs, on integrity

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In so many ways, Middlesex is the ultimate community—one in which your teachers, mentors, and friends are also your neighbors and the people you must rely on daily.
- Tyler '07

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If there’s one word that sums up Middlesex athletics, it is tradition.

- AJ '13, hockey and lacrosse captain

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I've spoken to many audiences...but there is nothing more intimidating than speaking in front of your English teacher.
- Kevin Systrom '02, to the Class of 2013 at Commencement

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Middlesex's small community means that no one is simply a spectator - you are constantly being asked to be involved.
- Sarah '88

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