Eighth grade Social Studies students embarked on an ambitious research project to help tell the story of the Holocaust.
Voices and viewpoints from educators across Dana Hall School's campus.
6th grade Science students learn more than just information in the curriculum — they learn how to work together, persevere through challenges, learn from failure, and come up with creative solutions.
By utilizing the many academic resources available to them, Dana Hall students how to be advocates for themselves and the value of collaboration.
Research started during a Congdon Sabbatical helps one English teacher to connect to his students from East Asia about their favorite readings.
At Dana Hall, the librarians jump at any opportunity to get students excited not only about reading, but also about being deliberate and thoughtful consumers and producers of information.
By being able to talk to people from the past, we would have a better chance of understanding history more completely and the various perspectives that create it.
The Young Alumnae Challenge is an annual nine-day event that provides an opportunity for Dana Hall’s youngest alumnae, the Classes of 2008-2022, to come together to support their alma mater.
This year's ArtLAB students are working in teams to create public art pieces for the Dana Hall campus.