Posted 10/17/2018 09:58AM
"The student government experience at Antilles was enriching," Mansi Totwani '18 said. "Our 2018 Student Council was active in planning activities and initiatives that we hoped would enhance the experience for other students, and for me, it was rewarding to see when we made an impact. I'm hopeful I can make the same impact as a part of the student government at Princeton." Read More
Posted 09/19/2018 05:49PM
We are thrilled to announce that Antilles seniors Maggie Huang and Grace Randall are semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program! Maggie and Grace join approximately 16,000 academically talented students across the country that were recently recognized and now have the opportunity to advance to the next round of the National Merit competition. Finalists will be named in February 2019, and winners in July 2019. READ MORE...
Posted 08/29/2018 01:37PM
How would you describe an apple? Can your sense of smell help to identify an object you can't actually see? And, how many senses does it take to find a chicken on campus? A series of fun experiments helped supply the answers this week, and gave our first graders time explore the world around them, while seeing how their senses can either work together - or independently. READ MORE...
  • November 2018
    • MonNov19 Thanksgiving Break | School Closed
    • TueNov20 Thanksgiving Break | School Closed
    • WedNov21 Thanksgiving Break | School Closed
    • ThuNov22 Thanksgiving Break | School Closed
    • FriNov23 Thanksgiving Break | School Closed
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