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Measuring ambition in “Ambitious, Joyful Learning”

Measuring ambition in “Ambitious, Joyful Learning”

Anika Bhavnani May 27, 2016 Comments Off on Measuring ambition in “Ambitious, Joyful Learning”

Walking around Archer, watching girls running from class to class and meeting to meeting, it’s easy to see how busy Archer girls are. Archer’s motto is “Ambitious, Joyful Learning,” but is busy the same as

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Finding a PAL: connecting middle and upper school students

Finding a PAL: connecting middle and upper school students

Shelby Mumford May 18, 2016 Comments Off on Finding a PAL: connecting middle and upper school students

For an Archer middle schooler, the symbolism of changing from a khaki to gray skirt can be a daunting threshold to cross; however, it doesn’t have to be with the help of the Peer Advisory

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Latinists ‘Seize the Day’ at 2016 State Convention

Latinists ‘Seize the Day’ at 2016 State Convention

Cat Oriel April 14, 2016 Comments Off on Latinists ‘Seize the Day’ at 2016 State Convention

Eleven Archer Latinists attended the California Junior Classical League (CaJCL) Convention at Woodbridge High School in Irvine, California, on March 25 and 26. The convention is an annual event that attracts thousands of students from

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Track leaps, races into record books

Track leaps, races into record books

Cybele Zhang April 13, 2016 Comments Off on Track leaps, races into record books

March 2016 was a month for the record books at Archer. Miaya South ’19 and Leyla Namazie ’17 set school records in the pole vault and the 800-meter, respectively

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Students chosen to exhibit artwork at Marlborough Invitational Art Show

Students chosen to exhibit artwork at Marlborough Invitational Art Show

Anika Bhavnani March 18, 2016 Comments Off on Students chosen to exhibit artwork at Marlborough Invitational Art Show

Ten Archer upper school students were chosen to showcase their work at Marlborough’s Invitational Art Show. The pieces range in different mediums, from ceramics to sculpture to photography to collages

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Philanthropy Phebruary: Archer takes action

Philanthropy Phebruary: Archer takes action

Ella Tollman March 4, 2016 Comments Off on Philanthropy Phebruary: Archer takes action

Last month, the Archer School for Girls participated in Philanthropy Phebruary, teaching girls how to become philanthropists in their own communities. Girls dug through their closets, finding ways they could give back to their communities

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First annual ‘Color Wars’ brightens Archer spirit

First annual ‘Color Wars’ brightens Archer spirit

Cybele Zhang February 26, 2016 Comments Off on First annual ‘Color Wars’ brightens Archer spirit

The Archer campus is normally covered in evergreen, white and grey, but on Friday, Feb. 19, the campus filled with every color of the rainbow for Color Wars

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Photo Gallery: Archer’s dance show ‘Threads: 20 Years of Change and Innovation’

Photo Gallery: Archer’s dance show ‘Threads: 20 Years of Change and Innovation’

Anika Bhavnani February 26, 2016 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: Archer’s dance show ‘Threads: 20 Years of Change and Innovation’

Families, friends and students and faculty members gathered at American Jewish University on Feb. 21 and 22 to support student dancers for Archer’s annual Night of Dance. This year’s show entitled “Threads: 20 Years of

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Varsity basketball begins league play

Varsity basketball begins league play

Shelby Mumford January 29, 2016 Comments Off on Varsity basketball begins league play

Archer’s varsity basketball team began competing in league games on Thursday, Jan. 7. The team lost their first game 63-32 to Providence High School at Santa Monica College on the same day

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Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Cybele Zhang December 18, 2015 Comments Off on Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Most people in the Archer community know Danielle Roberts as a tall, quiet sophomore, but many may not know she’s a three-season athlete with a passion for sports. According to her family, coaches and

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