Statistics don't lie — Dana Hall has a strong culture of reading, thanks in part to programming and events designed by the librarians.
The Roar Blog
Voices and viewpoints from educators across Dana Hall School's campus.
During practice and rehearsals,Performing Arts faculty members encourage students to think about and communicate what they need to feel the most comfortable while performing, because it’s then that they’ll achieve their best.
In Dana Hall's new Data Science course, three co-teachers are elevating empirical evidence to inspire their students to be better problem-solvers and decision-makers.
Studying abroad and language acquisition go hand in hand, as every interaction while abroad allows language students to their skills into practice.
By embracing the developmental possibilities of adolescence, and using data to help design our programming, Dana Hall is building an authentic community.
In a new multi-media art installation on campus, ArtLAB students explore the themes identity, community, and family.
Through a thorough exploration of literature, poetry, documentary film, primary sources and other qualitative means, Social Studies students in Area Studies courses get to see the world from the points-of-view of others on an almost daily basis.
With collaboration and logical thinking, Dana Hall math students not only to find the correct answer, but they learn to explain how they know it must be the answer.