Oaks and Acorns February 13, 2019 "I'll Go First" “What difference did it make that you went to Harley?” That was the question posed by a member of the class of ’82 to a member of the [...]
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Oaks and Acorns January 11, 2018 A Promenade of Accolades Lots and lots of interesting news around the Harley School in the last month or so. This month’s Oaks & Acorns will be a catch-up on all [...]
Harley News One of our Primary classes started a new unit, sink and float, this fall. This particular exploration involved the scientific skills of prediction, observation, and investigation (to name just a few). by Beth Bailey and Meredith Cavallaro, [...]
Oaks and Acorns December 6, 2018 Ourselves, Together It’s the season of traditions here at Harley: the Lower Schoolers are rehearsing Pageant, the music department is getting the Candlelight music ready, and both seniors and new teachers [...]
Oaks and Acorns November 5, 2018 I both love it and hate it when people refer to Harley as an “arts school” You can guess why: I love it because we are, in fact, unapologetically and proudly, committed [...]
Harley News Our intrepid Middle School podcasters interviewed Doug Gilbert and Tierney McKee to hear their spookiest Halloween stories. Listen here: Subscribe to The Harley Parley on iTunes.
Oaks and Acorns October 3, 2018 First, a thank-you I just wanted to express my appreciation for all the energy and good feeling around last weekend’s installation, “Igniting a Second Century.” This ended up being a wonderful celebration [...]
Harley News Risk Taking Podcasts We’ve gone straight to our thoughtful faculty and asked three of them to talk about the ways they encourage risk-taking in students, how they facilitate it, and what it means for their learning. [...]
Oaks and Acorns September 6, 2018 Drum roll, please There’s a point each summer, typically mid-August, when the folks who work at Harley through the dog days go into a kind of mild existential funk. We can only [...]
Oaks and Acorns August 20, 2018 Taking Play-based Learning to a New Level: Winslow Natural Playground & Outdoor Learning Center If you’ve ever followed animal footprints, dangled from a tree branch, rolled down a hill, jumped from boulder to [...]