Buddies Pair Up for Climate Summit

The sixth-graders paired up with their second grade buddies to brainstorm how to make a positive change in the world to reduce global warming and convince world leaders to take climate change seriously. Along with sharing their thought… Read More

Victoria McCraven `09

During her senior year at Dartmouth, Victoria McCraven ’09 was chosen as a Fulbright Scholar and was awarded a grant to study at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. She landed there just a… Read More

Out of the Classroom and Into the World

One of the most anticipated weeks in the school life of a St. Thomas’s student is the fifth grade trip to Nature’s Classroom.  Last week, the fifth grade trekked out to Ivoryton, CT for a five-day-long residential environmental education program where… Read More

Forging Ahead Into the New School Year

As the doors of St. Thomas’s Day School opened for the first day of school last week, Head of School Gina Panza remarked, “There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of this community.”… Read More

Legacy Lives at St. Thomas’s

              Don’t we all wish that we could go back to our childhood and relive our fondest memories? Three members of our alumni body are doing just that. John Forrest ’88, Christopher… Read More

Candice Norcott `91

When Candice Norcott was in the second grade, she chose to study and research American Psychologist, Dr. Louise Bates Ames for the biographical unit at St. Thomas’s. After receiving a letter from Candice about her work, Dr. Ames… Read More

Heads Up: A Continued Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Social Justice

A Message from the Head of School Gina Panza I recently had the opportunity to read St. Thomas’s Day School Guide Book – a publication written and illustrated by Mrs. Lindley’s third grade class in the spring of 1993.  This… Read More

St. Thomas’s Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. with Powerful Tribute

St. Thomas’s Day School is a school that promotes and nurtures social activism and encourages its students to make the world a better place. As such, the honoring of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr…. Read More

Rosalie Metro `90

Rosalie Metro ’90 has one impressive resume – she is a scholar, an educator, an author, a mediator, a consultant, a wife and a mother to two small children. Her accomplishments are many, although she says that her… Read More

Sherie Randoph `84

A native of New Haven, Sherie Randolph was excited when she learned that her good friends and their children (her godchildren) were moving to her hometown. But it wasn’t until a few months of spying a familiar plaid… Read More

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