Posted by Melissa Sherman, Principal, M.Ed. on Monday, April 6, 2020
At Fay, we think deeply about our students’ futures. We regularly ask ourselves, “How can we best prepare our students for the world they will inherit?” You might be surprised by one recent conclusion we have drawn: by raising chickens! Our journey to building a chicken coop started with us... Read More
Posted by Melissa Sherman, Principal, M.Ed. on Wednesday, March 18, 2020
For the last two weeks, my educator mind has been churning. I’ve thought through how we can provide your children not only continuous learning during the coronavirus pandemic, but also how we can provide your child with a sense of calm, normalcy, and joy during this uncertain time. Over the weekend... Read More
Posted by Morgan B. Scoville, Head of School, M.Ed. on Thursday, March 5, 2020
Before we drift too far from Black History Month, I wanted to share some gratitude for a recent Soul Food Luncheon, prepared by P.E. Teacher Yvonne Grant, that took place on our campus during Parent-Teacher Conferences. In addition to the spread of delicious cuisine, Yvonne and Kristine Caldwell... Read More
Posted by Allison Teare, Director of Enrollment on Monday, February 24, 2020
Earlier this fall, I had the opportunity to meet with The Fay School’s founding Head, Marie Fay Evnochides, in her beautiful home. I have known Marie for many years, and so I was particularly excited to sit and ask her questions about her vision and mission around education and The Fay School.... Read More
Posted by Ali Lyman, Director of Admissions on Thursday, February 6, 2020
The independent or private school admission process shouldn’t be intimidating to parents nor children, but Fay understands that it can be. It is helpful to know what to expect at each school and how you can best prepare your child to gain admission to the best fit school for them.
While some... Read More
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