Our fourth graders participate in the "Living Museum" each year. Students choose a historical figure - living or dead - that interests them and prepare a live biographical presentation, including costumes and props!
Head of School, Tom Hoerr, appeared on KWMU's St. Louis on the Air program this week. The program featured a discussion about grit and tenacity, the topic of Tom's latest book Fostering Grit: How Do I Prepare My Student for the Real World?.
New City was recently featured on NAIS' Inspiration Lab website. The article featured our school's use of Multiple Intelligences as a tool in our classrooms!
First grade recently completed their annual performance of Dr. Seuss' "The Sneetches" for a local preschool audience as well as for the student body and parent body at New City.
Our amazing Multiple Intelligences Library was featured in the School Library Journal for December. School Library Journal is the leading print magazine serving librarians who work with young people in schools and public libraries.
New City is a powerful place to go to school, and our alumni report that it was a defining experience in their lives. Listen to Brittany Packnett, class of 1996, describe her experience at New City and how it has affected her life.