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In Memoriam: Lou Battaglia

In Memoriam: Lou Battaglia

Written by former Head of the Upper School, Kim McDowell (2000-2022): For the past dozen or more years, Lou Battaglia has served as the Upper School’s utility player. “Mr. B”–as students called him–subbed in classes across the disciplines...
Alumni News: Jon Caulkins ’83

Alumni News: Jon Caulkins ’83

“I am really good at structuring an unstructured problem.” –Jon Caulkins ’83 The media’s focus on the legalization of marijuana in the United States has caused quite a discussion and Jon Caulkins ’83 is behind some of the research on this hot topic. Jon, a...
Back-to-School Recipes from Our Nutritionist

Back-to-School Recipes from Our Nutritionist

Tina Durham, our MSACN nutritional consultant, has put together a collection of recipes for our families to try at home, ranging from Chicken Parm Zucchini to Apple Nachos to Maple Sriracha Stir Fry. A .pdf of the recipes is available...
Capoeira Camp Debuts this Summer!

Capoeira Camp Debuts this Summer!

Capoeira Camp Grades 5-12June 27-31 and/or August 8-12Taught by Hope Kantor and Jen CleggTry one or both weeks! Register here! Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art form which combines kicks, rhythm and movement. Capoeira is a dialog between players—a conversation...
Alumni News: John Goldman ’52

Alumni News: John Goldman ’52

John Goldman ’52 was thinking about his upcoming 70th Reunion from Harley and shared a great story.  John knows how to celebrate a birthday in style! When he celebrated his 80th birthday back in 2014, he “sold” all of his party guests a copy of a book that he...
Alumni News: Alan Staehle ’59

Alumni News: Alan Staehle ’59

Following winter break in Grade 11, Alan Staehle ’59, along with five other boys from the class of 1959, was asked not to return to Harley after a series of “stupid stunts” earlier in the year. Though he did not graduate from Harley, he is especially...