The Quarry Lane community reveled in the arts at the annual Art Stroll. Along with galleries full of extraordinary student artwork, this year featured a full spread of carnival games, live musical and theater performances, globally-inspired cuisine and the debut of the Quarry Lane yearbook.
A big congratulations to the Quarry Lane Speech and Debate team for nearly sweeping the Public Forum division at the final Golden Gate Speech Association tournament of the season. It was a strong finish to a record-breaking season for the team.
Congratulations to seventh grade student, Rhea Mitr, and her sister, fourth grade student, Romal Mitr, for their outstanding accomplishments at the 2015 National Championships of the U.S. Geography Olympiad and the National History Bee.
Six Quarry Lane students gained national recognition for their recent performance on the 2015 National Spanish Examinations. In total, Quarry Lane students earned one gold, two silver, one bronze and two honorable mention awards.
The Quarry Lane Lower School and preschool campuses celebrated Ocean Week beginning on May 18th. Throughout the week, students learned about various marine life and ocean environments through hands-on, tactile lessons and activities.
Inspired by the 1,000 Cranes of Hope Project, many of Quarry Lane's Upper School leadership students have come together to fold 1,000 paper cranes for a beloved faculty member.