Committed to our motto, “Become What Thou Art.”






The Bike Boom

Transportation benefits on two wheels by Paul Barrows ’80 and Eric LaClair ’06

Driver, Writer, Activist, Explainer

John Voelcker ’77 gets paid to drive and write about green cars!

Sustainability by Design

Michael Zaretsky ’86 dicusses architecture’s unique role.

Working Together for a Sustainable Future

Our Upper School Sustainability Club collaborates with the University of Rochester to further evaluate and improve our energy usage.

Social Sustainability is Essential, Especially Now

Chris Hartman ’93, Harley parent and former faculty member, explains how social sustainability is interwoven into programming in The Commons and Headwater Food Hub.

Food Justice Warrior, Locally Grown

Leslie Knox ’97: Public Health, social well-being, and green environments improve lives.

Words of Change

Lily Meiring reviews Civilization in Crisis, a new book of activism poetry co-edited by Lower School faculty member, Bart White P ’21

Head of School
Larry Frye P ’12, ’15, ’15

Editor and Publisher
Beth Bailey P ’23, ’26

Art Director and Designer
Lisa Osborne Lange ’74, P ’09

Director of Development
Whitney Brice

Associate Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Karen Saludo P ’27

Copy Consultant
Rob Williams ’98

Contributing Photographers
Amy Brand P ’25, Arthur Rothfuss III, and submissions from our community

Cover Art

Becoming Magazine is published annually by The Harley School, an independent college-preparatory school in Rochester, NY.

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