Get to know upper school English teacher Kevin Quinn as he shares his love of books, boots, and beautiful questions
While FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team captain Lucy D. was building the chassis, build team lead James T. was working on the flywheel launcher, Jason C. was busy creating the intake, and Howard L. and Anton P. were building the wobble arm. This was life for the Sharkbytes, who worked together remotely to design, build, and program a robot for the 2020–21 FTC competition.
We are delighted to welcome Nueva’s new Director of Environmental Citizenship Sarah Koning, who can’t wait to share her innovative ideas with the community. In the following Q&A, Sarah shares her enthusiasm and vision for the months ahead.
Mavericks Making Waves is our latest roundup of exceptional student and faculty accomplishments and activities happening beyond Nueva's walls.
Passover is a major Jewish holiday that occurs in the spring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nisan, which, this year, falls on Saturday evening, March 27. Passover marks the exodus of Jewish people from Egyptian slavery. The Passover Seder is one of the most widely observed rituals in Judaism.
For the final week of Women's History Month, senior Isabelle A. shares what it means to her to be a woman in STEM and how she feels empowered to support and advocate for inclusive change in STEM fields.
As a school community, we stand against all forms of violence and hatred directed towards any given group.
Over the past 14 months, the Nueva Business Office rolled up its sleeves, successfully managing a range of new and unexpected challenges, as its people quietly and effectively supported students, staff, faculty and parents.
"Nueva is more than just a school for gifted learners. It’s more than just a place where students focus on design thinking and social emotional learning. It’s a beloved community, inclusive and compassionate, collectively embracing diverse perspectives and empowering everyone to make choices that benefit the world."