Calendar & News

Our school year will be segmented into six modules, each covering approximately five weeks. This provides maximum flexibility in the event that the school or individuals are required to fully transition to our distance learning program at any point during the school year. Equally important, our annual schedule design has allowed us to maximize the number of days on campus and in the classroom.

August 24 - September 4: Drop-off of belongings

September 8-13: Students arrive in phases

September 12: Day student registration

September 14: Classes begin

September 14 - November 20 On-campus classes and activities

November 30 - December 18 New Winterim Program, remote in 2020/21

January 4-5: Students arrive in phases

January 6: Classes begin

March 5: Classes end

March 8 - 28: Spring Break

March 29-30: Students arrive in phases

March 31: Classes begin

May 28: Last day of classes

May 30: Commencement

June 4: Academic year ends

(Dates Subject To Change Based On State Regulations)

The Bulletin

News Stories

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Students and faculty paused to reflect on the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at School Meeting on Monday. The presentation by history teacher and Director of Diversity Equity and Inclusion LaDarius Drew was the first in a series of programs planned over the next six weeks as part of the school’s Black History Month celebration.

Joyce McFarland '20 painting in TPACC

Today marked the start of a new Co-Curricular Program for the Winter Term. Students are required to attend two, half-hour sessions each week with options that range from sports psychology, outdoor recreation and a Mind & Body Fitness Challenge to music, photography, Model United Nations (MUN), engineering and more.

Dayne Bolding

Two students in the Gunn Music Program, tenor Drew Sutherland ’21 and alto Yolanda Wang ’21, are performing this week in the National Association for Music Education’s All-National Honors Choir, which represents the top vocalists in the country.