As December rolls around, the Middle and Upper School divisions celebrate a tradition that is core to our culture: culminations. These evening events showcase the depth and breadth of student work.
“We want our students to become engaged global citizens. That requires imagination, flexibility, resilience, the ability to get along with others, and a sense of humor. These are the compassionate creators and leaders who will build our future.”
It’s hard to believe the fall sports season is behind us and winter sports are in full swing. Before we move ahead full steam, let’s take a look back at our student-athletes’ successful fall season.
Thanksgiving week was special for the Nueva community, as students welcomed more than 650 guests to both campuses for Nueva's annual Grandparents' and Special Friends' Day celebrations.
Watch highlights from the Upper School Fall Coffeehouse; student and faculty acts ranged from music performances to stand-up comedy, a play reading to taiko drumming.
In this time of Thanksgiving, first graders are building on their social-emotional learning (SEL) by taking on a 21-day gratitude journal challenge.
A voyage to the Galapagos Islands! The publication of a new student book on environmental sustainability! Journalism awards aplenty! It's our latest roundup of exceptional student and faculty accomplishments beyond Nueva's walls.
Students in an Upper School history class experienced archival work firsthand, exploring rare, special collections preserved at Stanford's largest library.
Sixth-grade Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish students and teachers traveled to local markets, restaurants, and parks to put their world language learning into practice.
In honor of the upcoming Nueva Book Fair, we're celebrating the power of the page! From Lit Clubs to twelfth-grade electives, here's a snapshot of nine ways books come to life in our classrooms.