A few weeks ago, Upper School Journal Club members presented information about coronavirus to their peers and other attendees.
Nueva students learn by doing. They construct knowledge through hands-on engagement. As experts in project-based learning, teachers guide authentic and purposeful investigations that enable discovery while building the skills students need to be successful.
At the Nueva Upper School, the students’ experience is at the center of everything we do. We nourish their love of learning by providing each student unparalleled opportunity to chart their own pathway through high school. With support from advisors, students select from more than 100 electives that satisfy graduation requirements and allow them to dive deeply into exciting subjects.
Need a little extra beauty in your day? In a video filmed earlier this semester, junior Daniel A. shares his take on Brahms’s Intermezzo in A Major.
A Nueva twelfth-grade English class enjoyed a day in San Francisco at the War Memorial Opera House on Friday, March 6, as they watched the San Francisco Ballet’s mesmerizing rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
On February 26, Nueva Upper School students had an opportunity to hear from New York Times bestselling author and Nueva parent Abigail Hing Wen.
Students in Min’s Upper School Chinese 5 class wrote letters to Wu Ming, deputy head nurse of the emergency department of Xi'an Daxing Hospital. The story of these letters made the Chinese news.
Senior Katya P. was elated a few months ago when she learned that she was chosen to represent the United States at one of the world’s most prestigious ballet competitions: Prix de Lausanne 2020.
In three years, the Upper Schools girls soccer team has gone from nonexistent to undefeated in the PSAL.
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."
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.