I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Waring Parent, professional magazine editor, John Knowles, who discussed what he sees as Waring’s value proposition — what sets Waring apart … Continue reading A Parent’s View on Waring’s Value Proposition
Convocation Speech, 2016 All artists know that it is the limitations that create art. By narrowing our focus, the world, somehow, seems to expand. This is why our students use … Continue reading Framing the Waring Experience, by KB Breiseth
We have started our new pilot schedule – a three week period where we are testing out the addition of some more experiential learning. Part of this is on Monday, … Continue reading Maker Mondays
Recently, during the afternoon following Grandparents & Special Friends Day, the students gathered to clean campus after our big event, to talk about the importance of kindness, and partake in an activity … Continue reading All School Activity: Collaborative Drawing & Listening Session
This is a guest post by Caroline Baxter, Waring class of 2000, currently a Senior Project Associate at RAND Corporation in Washington, D.C. Caroline was a classmate of mine, and … Continue reading A Day in the Life
Goatscaping: a green solution to managing poison ivy, invasives, tough inclines, stone walls, ledge, and overgrown areas. Waring has a history with goats. When the move to Beverly happened in 1976, … Continue reading #goatscaping
From the journal of a faculty member: And then the first car turns up the driveway and the first kid climbs out, lugging a bag half their size and twice … Continue reading On Camping Trip
Welcome to the new Waring School Blog! The school year here on campus is well under way. We’ve come and gone from Camping Trip, our annual Convocation is in the … Continue reading WaringBlog Landing!