On Tuesday, February 11, Middle and Upper School students had the opportunity to see, learn about, and hear the Violins of Hope, a collection of string instruments that survived the Holocaust.
Fans of Jimmy Kimmel Live will recognize his regular segment "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets." But why just snicker when you can laugh, cry, and awww your way through our new segment "Teachers Read #KindTweets."
The second grade embarked on a research field trip to Angel Island and the former immigration center, which perfectly tied into the humanities theme of the grade: Bay Area history through the lens of immigration.
Middle School students used a simulator to demonstrate a variety of solar system phenomena, including gravitational waves, orbits, and black holes.
In the latest episode of the Upper School concert series Succulent Sound Garden, senior Jason H. performs a song on a guitar he built for his eighth-grade Recital Project.
On Fridays, the Lower School buzzes with excitement as students engage in choice time activities ranging from cooking and sewing to board games and art.
This season, the girls basketball team is in a unique situation: half of the players are also members of the Robotics Team 4904: Bot-Provoking.
Mavericks Making Waves is our latest roundup of exceptional student and faculty accomplishments and activities happening beyond Nueva's walls.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 20, students engaged in a variety of programming focused on the life of Dr. King and his legacy as an activist.
“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.”