Students in an Upper School history class experienced archival work firsthand, exploring rare, special collections preserved at Stanford's largest library.
“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.”
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.
At the Upper School math symposiums, students enjoy a taste of the mathematician life: the opportunity to pursue and present different approaches to juicy math problems.
Last week, Nueva hosted another successful Innovative Learning Conference! Members of the Nueva community share their reflections on what they learned and the sparks they're taking back to the classroom and beyond.
Over the course of the year, sixth graders dissect the etymology of words and closely examine word choice in the texts they read and the writing they produce. Their writing teachers asked them to share their favorite words in this short video. What's your favorite word?
Lower School students explore the true meaning of community by meeting the people of Nueva who work beyond the classroom. At the same time, they learn the tenants of being kind, courageous, and engaged.
Meet Tanja Srebotnjak, Nueva’s first Director of Environmental Citizenship. How will her work support our future environmental stewards? Hear from Tanja herself! She describes what her new role and Nueva’s forthcoming environmental center will mean for our students.
Receiving an official Nueva email account is a hallmark of the third-grade experience—and the start of a critical conversation on responsible digital citizenship.