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Saddle Up!

For Madi Cordle, Jillian Beck and Pippa Campbell, polo is not just a “Gentleman’s Sport.” Most seniors can be seen hanging out in the Senior Shack, writing college admission...

Senior Tayley Cotton’s Success with Ceramics

If you walk into the BFRC-2 at any given time, you’ll probably see senior  Tayley Cotton seated with clay-covered hands throwing a new piece of pottery on the wheel. On average, she...

Aaron Spotts: New US Music Teacher

Every year brings new teachers and students to Maclay’s Upper School. It’s always an exciting moment walking into school on the first day and see new faces. One of Maclay’s newest additions...

Ramsay Grant Starts the Marauder Outreach Program

Junior Ramsay Grant has always wanted to make an impact on others’ lives. When she saw an opportunity at her former elementary school, she took it. “I think this...

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, as they pass through campus. Today, an acorn sticker can...

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.” Staff members are cutting out printed articles, running them through...

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 thing that can be heard echoing through the upper school...

A Teacher on a Mission

  A mere stroll through the bounty of campus presents a vision of hope, progress: environmental consciousness is omnipresent. In the abundance of recycling bins, environmentally educational posters, and compost buckets exists a...