From rap battles to pizza parties, upper school students share why THRIVE—a club that builds community among students and teachers with shared racial, cultural, and socioeconomic experiences—has been their home away from home.
Enjoy a spring presentation of musical performance from lower school students in the Menuhin program!
From classical pieces to contemporary musical tunes, enjoy performances from middle school students in our Menuhin program!
From Hawaii to Washington D.C., upper school students have spent the last week on trips across America. A few students share their favorite moments from their latest adventures.
Gigi S. '23 shares her piece, "Jew-ish?" which recently earned an honorable mention in the 2022 Bay Area Scholastic Writing Awards.
Eighth grader Jordan G. recently earned a Gold Key in the Bay Area Scholastic Writing Awards for his series of poems, "Grandfather." Additionally, he shared his spoken word poem, "Fear and I" at the March 21 World Poetry Day celebration at the Hillsborough campus.
In this essay below, sixth grader Julian D. shares the history of three important Black people from around the world, who have inspired him.
"These great men have all passed away in the past year, so I wanted our community to remember their stories," he writes. "When you read about them, I hope you’ll agree with me that they were great and inspirational people."
Senya S. '26 shares her science fiction piece, "The Patient From Zero," which recently earned a Gold Key in the 2022 Bay Area Scholastic Writing Awards.
Gabe A. '24 shares his piece, "Ghosts," which recently earned a Silver Key in the 2022 Bay Area Scholastic Writing Awards.
It is the time of year when multiple faiths celebrate and contemplate a range of holidays and holy days. In honor of the many people within our Nueva community who practice a faith, we invited upper school students and faculty to share their stories of faith as a way to elevate and recognize the many identities and beliefs that shape who we are.