Three eighth graders reflect on their experience on the Nueva cross country team, sharing the values they’ve learned, the memories they’ve made, and the fun that they’ve had.
From arts, athletics, and enrichment to clubs, students publications, and a robust internship program, students have a variety of opportunities that allow them to further pursue their passions and areas of interest.
We invite you to explore the areas below to learn more about how our "Learn by Doing, Learn by Caring" ethos permeates all facets of student life at Nueva.
Last spring, Director of Internships Katie Saylor met with biology teachers Paul Hauser and Jehnna Ronan to explore ways to offer students hands-on internships for those interested in lab-based sciences here at Nueva. Out of their conversations came a new biology internship offered this summer, where students helped to design new lab experiments and to refine existing experiments in the 10th grade biology curriculum.
From classical pieces to contemporary musical tunes, enjoy performances from middle school students in our Menuhin program!
Enjoy a spring presentation of musical performance from lower school students in the Menuhin program!
For the first time since November 2019, middle school students are returning to the stage to present a musical theater performance in front of a live audience.
To honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day, middle school students spent their grade-level time on Friday, Jan. 14 watching the PBS documentary, Soundtrack for a Revolution. This programming is part of a new Friday pilot program in the middle school designed to give students an opportunity to dive into both social justice topics and areas of deep interest.
On the morning of November 17, students in the upper school spent time hearing about the experiences of nearly 70 Nueva student interns who took part in 35 unique internships and partnerships during summer 2021.
As the sun began to set, upper school students and teachers settled into the couches and armchairs of the Writing and Research Center last Thursday evening.
On Friday, Oct. 29, our campuses were teeming with wizards, animals, minions, Greek gods, and so many other guests. No, Nueva has not greatly expanded its COVID Campus Visitor Policy; it was Halloween.