Newton Country Day’s 142nd Graduation Ceremony was held in the Sunken Garden on Thursday, June 9. The rain stopped just in time for the families of the 66 graduates of the Class of 2022 to celebrate the resilience and hard work of the senior class.
Newton Country Day’s spring athletic teams were excited to get back on the field after two years without competition. At the conclusion of their seasons, athletes were commended for their hard work and success.
M. Kim ’28 was selected as one of the 45 winners of the NASA “Power to Explore Challenge,” a national essay competition for K-12 students featuring the enabling power of radioisotopes. Contestants were challenged to explore how NASA has powered some of its most famous missions across the solar system while sharing their own unique “super” powers.
In an email to the Newton Country Day community on May 18, Sister Barbara Rogers announced the election of Maura T. Murphy '99 as Chair of the Board of Trustees.
On Tuesday, May 10, the Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair announced the winners of this year’s fair with three Newton Country Day Independent Research Projects receiving awards.