|St. David's Theater presents "The Lighthouse"|
The St. David's theater department is underway with its next production. The Lighthouse is an original two-act play, premiering on April 6 and 7 at 7 PM in the St. David's Performing Arts Center. This play was written and is directed by senior Ellie Baker. Set in the early 1950s, it is the story of a young woman and a shipwrecked sailor struggling to survive for three days alone on a lighthouse island. Recommended for audiences aged thirteen and older.
|Speaker Series: Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of "How to Raise an Adult"|
St. David's School is pleased to welcome author Julie Lythcott-Haims to our campus on Tuesday, March 28 at 7 PM to discuss her best-selling book How to Raise an Adult:
Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success
. For more information about this event, and about Ms. Haims-Lythcott, please view our flyer.
Make plans to join us for this informative event. Copies of her book will be avaialble for sale that evening. All are welcome!
|Give the Gift of Reading this Valentine's Day!|
We have the perfect Valentine gift for the child in your life! St. David's Library will have extra signed copies of this new book in the library tomorrow. It’s not too late to order a personalized copy! Just be sure to get the order form to Mrs. Swearingen or Mrs. Robbins by 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 14.
|Mears Headed To Johns Hopkins|
St. David’s senior Riley Mears formalized his intentions to swim for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD Thursday in the lower school foyer. Mears is undefeated in conference competition during his career and will swim four events in next week’s state meet in Greensboro. “I’m really happy since Johns Hopkins was my first choice,” said Mears. “They have a strong swim team, but it’s still extra-curricular, so I’ll still have time to get a great education and enjoy college life.” Mears excels in the 500 freestyle, the 200 individual medley and is part of the 200 freestyle and 200 medley relay teams and says he plans to major in engineering. Johns Hopkins is an annual member of Forbes Magazine’s Top 10 Best Colleges and has produced 36 Nobel Prize winners. Other notable alumni include President Woodrow Wilson, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and William Albright, who authenticated the Dead Sea Scrolls.
|Coffee House Event|
Location: Dining Hall