Student Travel: New Cultures, New Perspectives

Dana students on the starting line at the stadium of Nemea

“One’s destination is never a place but a new way of seeing things.” This suggestion by the American writer Henry Miller conveys the inspiration behind all Dana Hall School student trips, no matter where in the world we go. During the 2019 March Spring Break, 18 students and two teachers Continue reading Student Travel: New Cultures, New Perspectives

Boarding School Turns Colleagues into Neighbors

faculty enjoy the weekend.

People often ask me why I choose to live on campus at Dana Hall School. Certainly, the four-minute walk to my office and the fact that I rarely have to cook dinner are significant perks, but the biggest perk of all cannot be measured in the length of my commute Continue reading Boarding School Turns Colleagues into Neighbors

The Value of Peer Education

peer educators

In this era of instant gratification, when answers to all of life’s questions can be found through a click, tweet or a post, it is increasingly difficult to engage with our students on important issues such as health, wellness and safety. In general, having these conversations with teens can be challenging: Continue reading The Value of Peer Education