Daily Archives: October 8, 2019

Acorns to Oaks

An acorn begins small but eventually grows into a beautiful, thriving tree. Students and faculty frequently look upon our symbolic oak tree,...

Breaking the Mold

Take a deep breath, close your eyes and experience your surroundings. The sharp scent of chlorine oddly calming before you crash full...

History of the Andalusian

It’s 1992. Former Newspaper sponsor Mrs. Deborah Mayer’s classroom is filled with action, as students finish the first issue of “The Andalusian.”...

Maclay Takes Middleground on Dress Code

Private school dress codes are often characterized as strict, resulting in students viewing them as a way to decrease self expression. The...

It’s Crunk Thursday!

On Thursday mornings, students mosey into their first period classrooms bleary-eyed and not quite ready for the day. There is only one...

Lower and Middle School Guidance Initiative

Maclay is encouraging students to be the ‘I” in kind. During the 2018-2019 school year, the Guidance Department began...

Pro: Teenagers and Caffeine

Imagine a world without caffeine. Tired. Grouchy. Unproductive. Now think about a warm cup of coffee or tea. Stimulating. Comforting. Delicious.