Roughly 50 students decided to forego their last day of summer vacation to attend Inly School’s 2010 Student Leadership Summit on September 7.
Students from kindergarten, third, sixth, and eighth grade came to learn what it means to be a good leader — both in and out of the classroom.
“Many of you have been in classrooms [...]
One of the biggest challenges of parenting in the Information Age is helping children navigate the constant stimulus they receive from video games, television, and the Internet. These cultural outlets are increasingly saturated in sexualized images, and parents struggle to give their children access to a cultural life while protecting them from negative influence.
“In the [...]
By Sharon Ghiloni, Inly Parent
Kindergarten through 8th grade students were treated to a performance of Japanese Taiko by Odaiko New England last week. A special thanks to John B. for a wonderful job introducing Odaiko New England to his fellow Inly students.
Taiko is a form of Japanese drumming that involves a great deal of [...]
We are pleased to announce that Trevor Eissler, author of Montessori Madness, will be speaking at the March 23 Inly Insight Event at 5:30 p.m. in the Library. The event is free and open to the public.
You may recall Donna’s podcast about Montessori Madness. To round out the views about the book and to inspire [...]
“Remember that the purpose of life is to live a life of purpose…so set high standards, so that whether by accident of history or time you are ready to serve.”
During his visit to Inly on November 13, Senator Paul Kirk (D-MA) called on Inly’s Middle School students to have passion, self-discipline, and a commitment to [...]