Posted 04/21/2017 01:00PM
There's nothing like a good soccer game, and last week our two elementary teams went head to head in a nail-biter that gave our student athletes a chance to really show off some of their fancy foot work. The elementary game has become a fun school tradition over the past three years and, this time around, pitted Coach Jamie Truax's blue team against Coach Juan-Pablo Talledo's gray team.
Posted 04/21/2017 01:00PM
School guidance and college counselors from across the territory met at Antilles this week to kick off a partnership that would allow for future networking, event and other collaborations. Spearheaded by Antilles' Director of College Counseling, Dr. Isabel Borrás-Marín, the morning session on campus gave the group a chance to discuss new trends in college admissions and other issues facing students in today's technological age.
Posted 04/21/2017 01:00PM
On Friday, April 21, the Middle and Upper School students celebrated Earth Day. For the past two years, the members of the National Junior Honor Society have sponsored these activities. The Executive Officers led a morning meeting for the entire middle and upper school student body. President Anika Hahnfeld introduced the meaning and importance of Earth Day, followed by the video announcements made by Secretary Milan Sakhrani. Vice President Andy Williams introduced a video about what our future could look like if changes aren't made to our detrimental impact on our environment. After the video was shown, Treasurer Amisha Mirchandani brought the morning meeting to a close by speaking about the conclusions from the video and small changes we all can make, like using re-usable bags, that would have a significant impact on our environmental footprint.
  • April 2017
    • MonApr24 Field Trip, 5th Grade 8:30 AM to 2:30 PMCoral World
    • TueApr25 Field Trip, Steel Band Puerto Rico
    • WedApr26 Early dismissal 12:00 PM
    • ThuApr27 Carnival Recess, school closed
    • FriApr28 Carnival Recess, school closed
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