By Gabby J. (UE2, 6th grade)
After studying Ancient Greece and Rome for several months the Upper Elementary classes visited the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to culminate our studies.
The first exhibit we went to was Ancient Greek art. The exhibit consisted of many jars, vases, and armor. First, we examined one of the few [...]
By Dee Murray, Inly Parent
I have been a part of the Inly community for seven years. I have three boys—Colin, 11, Sean, 8, and Andrew, 5—who have attended Inly since preschool. One of the most unique experiences at Inly I would like to share with families both current and prospective is the tradition of Special [...]
This week, we asked our Toddler House and Children’s House specialists to share some of their favorite stories that illustrate those moments of joyful discovery when an idea really clicks for a student and the “aha!” epiphany brings new life to learning.
I was teaching in Children’s House and we were making Valentine’s Day “heart [...]
By Liam Detwiler, Inly School ‘07, Boston College High School ‘11
Adapting to a high school from a tightly knit Montessori community may seem like a daunting obstacle. However, the change from an eighth grade class size in the teens to one of approximately 350 students at BC High was not a difficult adjustment. Socially, Inly [...]
By Stephen Jenvey, Inly Parent and Trustee
As Kilgore states with gusto in the 1979 war classic, Apocalypse Now, “I love the smell of napalm in the morning.” So it was for myself and the dedicated Team Middle School (Julie, Paran, and Tschol) as we opened the door of the science lab and stepped into the [...]