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Posted Tuesday, Dec 4, 2018 11:51:24 AM
Just in! Congratulations to Priya Giyanani '24 for winning this year's Antilles School Spelling Bee! After a great competition and 17 Rounds of spelling, Priya will represent Antilles School in the St. Thomas-St. John District Bee in the Spring. Read More...
Posted Friday, Nov 30, 2018 1:59:00 PM
It's hard to describe yourself in four words, and even more to pick just one - but going through that exercise Monday gave faculty and staff a better understanding of how students process their own identities, and select which parts of themselves to share. Read More...
Posted Thursday, Nov 15, 2018 9:49:00 PM
Now in it's seventh year, #GivingTuesday -- observed on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving -- is a global movement dedicated to giving, where participants wholly engage in the act of donating funds, time, resources, or even their voice to a cause. This November, our students have chosen to look at the day -- actually, the entire month -- through the lens of gratitude, and have spent the past few weeks giving their time and service to organizations that are most meaningful to them.
Posted Sunday, Nov 4, 2018 9:15:40 PM
Thanks to the Parent Association and all of our Saturday volunteers for making this weekend's Family Volunteer Day a success! Volunteers on campus helped spruce up the field house, install a greenhouse, and clean the Lower School gazebo and playscape. Our younger students also added a touch of color around the parking area and lower level classrooms, while parents helped set up and work both the Varsity Volleyball Invitational Tournament and Saturday's Duck Derby. Read More...
Posted Sunday, Nov 4, 2018 8:43:00 PM
Our boys and girls varsity volleyball teams swept the Antilles' Invitational Tournament this weekend, taking home both championship trophies and MVP awards for Elizabeth Leerdam '19 and Kelsey Swan '19, along with Joseph Sibilly '19 for the boys. Read More...
Posted Thursday, Oct 25, 2018 10:24:00 PM
What makes a good leader? To answer that question Thursday, student government officers and club leaders focused instead on what they wanted their campus to look like – and came up with a vision for building a positive, and more inclusive, school culture...Read More
Posted Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018 9:58:00 AM
"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 Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018 8:49:00 AM
Antilles sailors made a splash at this weekend's National Keelboat Qualifier, picking up first place, while an all-girls showing at the Larry White Invitational netted second and a win in the "A Division". Our junior varsity girls and boys volleyball teams emerged from the territory's first season tournament Saturday with similar rankings, and an MVP award for Joshua Crawford-Barry '22....Read More
Posted Thursday, Sep 27, 2018 3:11:00 PM
Like other schools and organizations, we were significantly impacted by the hurricanes. Along with feeling an urgency to reopen quickly to create normalcy for our families, we wanted to make Antilles accessible to all families who wanted their children to join our community and a generous gift awarded Thursday from the Marion and John E. Anderson Foundation will assure that such access is possible for years to come... READ MORE
Posted Wednesday, Sep 19, 2018 5:49:00 PM
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 Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 1:37:00 PM
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...
Posted Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 1:34:00 PM
"This whole exercise was democracy at its best," Heather Blum P'18, P'21, P'23 said after tallying the votes for Lower School Student Council officers. "Each candidate actually got a good amount of support, and in the end, the students voted for who they thought would make a positive difference in the Lower School. And that's exactly what we would want them to do." Read More...
Posted Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 1:25:00 PM
Please note revised date.. We're ready to pump - clap - you up! The Jackson Complex will be reopening Monday, October 1st and we've got a full roster of class options for you. Stop in for a Strength and Stamina session with fitness guru Anni McGuinness, or sign up for some heart-pumping pilates, hip-hop dance or yoga. Grab a healthy smoothie or snack from Rev It Up Nutrition's Amy Smith on your way out - and don't feel guilty about the calories... Read More
Posted Monday, Jun 4, 2018 3:01:00 PM
A special thank you this week to the students of Point Pleasant Boro High School in New Jersey for their thoughtful gift to Antilles and inspiring note - here are some others who have, throughout the year, also contributed...Read More
Posted Monday, Jun 4, 2018 2:58:00 PM
With wind-blown fields and flooded parks left in the wake of two devastating hurricanes, there was no telling where the territory's inter-scholastic athletics program would be this year. Thanks to the efforts of local sports officials, parents, and volunteers, however, Antilles was able to participate in full seasons of football, track, softball, volleyball, and soccer -and our elementary Hurricanes were honored Friday for their outstanding performances and sportsmanship...Read More
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