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Eight Represent MFS Middle School at the National History Bee Finals in Atlanta June 14, 2018

MFS Middle School at the National History Bee

A strong contingent of eight students represented the MFS Middle School at the National History Bee Finals, which took place... Read More

Eight Middle Schoolers Qualify for National History Bee Finals April 30, 2018

National History Bee Finals

Pictured are: Colin Cooper, Maggie Clarkson, Sonia Singhal, Avani Verma, Jenna Serotta, Max Forstein, Himanshu Sahore, and Aidan Short. Not... Read More

The Beautiful Chaos of Middle School April 23, 2018

beautiful chaos of Middle School

from the desk of Middle School Director Kimberly Clarkson This past week was the type of week that one looks... Read More

Seventh Grade Atlantic Slave Trade Museum – A Historical Lesson and Teaching of Team Dynamics April 12, 2018

Seventh Grade Atlantic Slave Trade Museum

The seventh grade history classes immersed themselves for eight weeks in an in-depth study of the Atlantic Slave Trade. The... Read More

Students Question the Role of Cabinets of Curiosities in American History April 13, 2017

Cabinets of Curiosities

Most academics never have an opportunity to examine Ben Franklin’s personal annotated copy of the Constitution. But the students in... Read More

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Learning about Industrial Revolution Inventions… Shark Tank Style March 22, 2017

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern There may not be dramatic music playing as students enter the... Read More

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