Throughout late winter on Inly’s campus, some puzzling contraptions greeted onlookers as they drove along Route 123. At first glance, they looked like faint white blobs next to the trees. Look more closely, and you might very well have asked yourself: Why are there tubes coming out of the trees and connecting to [...]
The Inly community was delighted to celebrate the early release of Shelley Sommer’s book “Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg” on Sunday, March 6.
Parents, students, faculty and members of the community came to the Meehan Family Artsbarn to learn about the project and also receive a signed copy of the book. Shelley proudly serves Inly as the head [...]
Through games and sing-a-longs, Inly students in the Children’s House preschool program learn about different genres of music and learn to sing in different languages.
To see more about the ways Inly approaches the Montessori music curriculum with the lower levels, click on the video.
Inly’s “Morning Share” in February had a very diverse feel to it.
Some students performed skits to celebrate the Chinese New Year, while others sang songs in Spanish.
Inly also welcomed high school students from the Buxton School in Williamstown, Mass. The Buxton students introduced Inly to native dancing, where the students danced with the playing of [...]
Not going anywhere for April vacation?
Are you interested in making sure your kids stay active and keep their minds churning during the week off of school, instead of sitting in front of the television or wasting days playing video games?
Then take advantage of Inly School’s strong culture of creativity, art and global studies during Destination: Exploration, an April [...]