SCHOOL DRESS CODE STUDENT DRESS As a public school, we expect our young women to dress professionally and respectfully of themselves and others. The student dress code is intended to provide standards of dress which are desirable to our school community – both in our building’s classrooms and in our external learning environments. The following are considered […]
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Each year, our HS seniors participate in and help support an organization known as Operation Prom. Here’s a story about some of our lucky students finding great dresses and accessories in preparation for their big day. Click HERE to see the article.
Girls Inc partnered with Chase Bank to introduce our girls to a wide variety of strong, female role models who showed students how athletics influenced their business and personal lives. Check out the article HERE on Chase’s Giving Back to the Community page.
During summer school a group of local activists from Occupy Wall Street joined our high school students to help them discover their own voices and advocate for justice in their own lives. Click HERE to read the full article in the New Yorker.
Our first annual “Bring Your Father-Figure to School Day” was a complete success! Over 35 parents and students participated in the event which had father-figures join their daughters for breakfast and lunch. Our students brought their father-figures to morning classes to get a glimpse of a normal day in their lives. We want to thank […]