SARAH ZOBEL

 

Classes at Deerfield teach students design and systems thinking.

Deerfield Magazine


UVM's on-campus College of Medicine and teaching hospital provide unique opportunities to undergrads.

University of Vermont Communications


Nationwide, there are only 61 undergraduates who are part of the prestigious Beckman Scholars Program. At the University of Vermont, there will soon be five.

University of Vermont Communications


Series of articles on a variety of graduate study options for traditional students and working professionals.

Supplement to The Washington Post


CSW students know that learning doesn't take place only within the confines of the classroom. Students are taught to engage in meaningful action, seek out opportunities to make lasting change and acknowledge different perspectives.

The Gryphon: The Cambridge School of Weston Magazine


It's a familiar sight: a group of students seated around a table, engaged in a discussion of the rhetorical devices of ethos, pathos and logos, perhaps, or The Sound and the Fury, their teacher encouraging but not lecturing them.

The Exeter Bulletin


This April 23, in Stratford-upon-Avon, they'll no doubt be lighting candles on cakes to celebrate the 450th birthday of hometown legend William Shakespeare.

Costco Connection


2013 grads aren't just cracking textbooks--they're launching their careers.

The Exeter Bulletin


Tufts medical students bring health workshops to South Bay House of Correction.

Blueprint for Tufts University


Students are discovering that a planned year away from the classroom enriches their studies--and their lives.

American Way


UVM professor Betsy Hoza was the lead author on a study that considered whether physical activity before school had an impact on elementary-age students, and found that it did.

University of Vermont Communications


When it graduated the class of 2014, Exeter sent out into the world 317 scholars, athletes, activists, musicians, environmentalists, writers, scientists, chefs, dancers, historians, visual artists--it's a list that is seemingly endless.

The Exeter Bulletin


Meet the instructors  who teach by day and jam by night.

The Exeter Bulletin


The GreenHouse Residential Learning Community annually provides some 250 UVM students the opportunity to learn about sustainability while living in an interdisciplinary community.

Impact (UVM Foundation newsletter)


Exonians embark on PEA's first term-abroad program in Africa.

The Exeter Bulletin


Non sibi, one of the most important mottos impressed upon every Phillips Academy student since Paul Revere engraved it on the school seal in 1782, is a concise reminder to think beyond one's self. And while countless PA students and alumni incorporate the concept into their lives, others have gone so far as to establish it as the tenet underlying their life's work.

Andover


A senior project creates opportunity for a young bluegrass band.

The Exeter Bulletin


On April 23, Shakespeare's birthday, 25,000 volunteers will fan out across cities and towns in all 50 states to each offer 20 strangers a new book.

American Way


While his former classmates were wrapping up their freshman year of college, Jan Shi '12 was stranded on Kakaban, an uninhabited island in the heart of Indonesia.

The Exeter Bulletin


Andover reaches out in new and innovative ways to both youth and adults.

Andover


English instructor Eimer Page was appointed director of Exeter's global initiatives, a new position, as part of Principal Tom Hassan's call for expanded global exploration by the entire Exeter community.

The Exeter Bulletin


In 1992, a student walked into the PA boys' wrestling team practice room and asked to sign up. 

The student was a girl.

Andover


Inside the cavernous Blue Room Pavilion at the Champlain Valley Expo in Essex Junction on a gray March day, 235 middle- and high-school students from around the state bend over cutting boards and mixing bowls. 

Vermont Magazine


Dr. Christal Forgenie, raised by Trinidadian parents in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, grew up surrounded by first-generation Americans and people who looked and spoke differently from her. 

Andover


Jen Holleran told an Exeter audience of students that California's prison board looks at the reading levels of that state's fourth-graders to anticipate how many inmates they'll need to house 10 years down the road. The message is clear: reading skills are essential; education is predictive of life outcomes.

The Exeter Bulletin


Create a pint-sized Olympics in your own backyard or living room!

Scholastic Parent & Child PLUS


As the mother of two young children, Hope Moulton understands the importance of a good caregiver. In fact, Moulton, owner of Vermont Nanny Connection, often thinks of her daughters as she places nannies and sitters with families.

Best of Burlington


School canceled? With a little planning, and an eye on the forecast, you and your children can turn a day off into a themed learning adventure--both inside and out!

Scholastic Parent & Child


Ring out the old, ring in the new, with our December countdown calendar. It's an idea-a-day bonanza of family bonding games, crafts, activities . . .

Scholastic Parent & Child


Inside Burlington's King Street Center on a sunny, late-spring afternoon, four adolescent boys meticulously chop vegetables for a Vietnamese salad. Across the hall, a dozen fourth and fifth graders, some wearing colorful hijabs, others in jeans and skateboard shoes, take turns choosing the next hour’s activity. Down the hall, kindergarteners and first graders finish snacks and settle down to a Responsive Classroom–style meeting. 

Best of Burlington


Your family can try out pet ownership by providing a temporary home for an animal in need with a foster adoption.

Scholastic Parent & Child


Once upon a time, in cities and towns around the United States, children played freely outside with their friends after school. No one was expected in till the sun went down or their mothers called them in for dinner.

Northern Woodlands


For a lot of Vermont teens, graduating from high school means moving on to college. But what if that traditional path doesn't interest the teen in your house?

My Teen Magazine


In 2007, filmmaker Camilla Rockwell '68 was traveling when she discovered Richard Louv's Last Child in the Woods. By the time she landed, Rockwell had the subject for her next documentary, Mother Nature's Child.

Northfield Mount Hermon Magazine