The Dana Hall Upper School presents its fall play, The Laramie Project, on Friday, November 2, and Saturday, November 3, at 7:30 p.m., in Bardwell Auditorium.
The Dana Hall Art Gallery presents the Faculty and Staff Community Art Show, running October 22 through December 8.
Humanitarian, designer and hotelier Maryam Montague ’84 was the Wannamaker Lecture Series featured speaker on Thursday, October 4.
Mary Fulham ’13 and Sofia Vegas ’15 traveled to Japan earlier this month to judge the Tokyo Jogakkan School’s second Model UN Conference.
A. Niles ’19 was the top placed American at the Foshay International competition and won awards for being both the first and second placed Young Rider on her two horses.
Dana Hall kicked off the 2018–19 school year with Opening Convocation on Tuesday, September 4.
The Dana Hall Middle School presents its fall play, Frankenstein, on Wednesday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m., and Thursday, November 15, at 4 p.m., in Bardwell Auditorium. The performances are free and open to the public.
Keith Wilford has shared his life story at many independent schools and colleges
Participants of the Girls Summer Entrepreneurship Program tested their newly acquired knowledge and skills during the program’s culminating business plan competition.
The senior class took its final walk around The Pond on Saturday, June 9.
MacNeill has been coaching at the Middle School since the fall of 2016.
Dana Hall’s spring athletic teams wrapped up their seasons at the end of May.
This winter and spring,
Dana Hall’s students participated in an afterschool mentorship opportunity in Framingham, Mass.
Upper School students, faculty, staff and administrators participated in an Afternoon of Community Learning on the themes of student activism and changemakers.
Thirty-eight students received high scores on the exam administered annually.
Dana Hall was honored with the PIN Community Service Award for raising more than
3,000 pounds of recyclable textiles during the 2018 Winter Textile Drive.
More than 200 Upper School and Middle School students participated in the National School Walkout on April 20.
After a national search, Ramirez is named Dana Hall’s new Director of Community, Equity and Inclusion.
A. Chikunya ’19 placed in the top seven of the 2018 Massachusetts Poetry Out Loud competition.
This winter, three Dana students and one alumna are participating in the 2018 Winter Equestrian Festival in Florida.
Honoring athletes in swimming, squash, fencing, basketball and ice hockey.
Alumnae and medical professionals discussed the dangers of substance abuse during Ship Day 2018.
Yvonne Spicer, the first mayor of the City of Framingham, spoke to grades 7–12 at the STEM X-Block.
Eighteen Dana Hall students were presented with a 2018 Scholastic Art Award.
The Dana Hall Gospel Choir performed at St. Sebastian’s annual Black History Month Assembly.
This winter, Dana Hall’s Visual Arts Department welcomes artist Alia Ali as the second annual Scattergood-Moore artist-in-residence.
In January, Dana Hall School students, faculty and staff completed a textile drive that generated more that 3,000 pounds of textiles.
Pamela Martin Green ’81 spoke to the Dana Hall community at the School’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation.
This January, 12 young alumnae
shared their experience after graduation with current seniors as part of Forum 12: Senior Seminar.
The Dana Hall Textile Drive encourages the community to reuse, repurpose and recycle.