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  • 90 Years: Our Work Moves us Forward

    The energy filling every nook and cranny of our campus this year is extraordinary. Following a year and a half of remote learning, and other necessary safety measures, we now move about more freely, filling each learning space with collaboration and connection. Being together becomes us.
  • Celebrating the Class of 2021!

    The Mayfield Junior School community celebrated the Class of 2021 at Graduation on June 3. The traditional ceremony, although re-imagined slightly for COVID safety, recognized the closeness of this class of 61, and their positivity and tenacity throughout this challenging year.
  • A Focus on the Arts

    In Mayfield’s arts program, so much learning and growth come from experience.
  • The "Can Do" Approach

    Over the last few weeks, the Mayfield Junior School campus has found a distinctive rhythm and pace as students in grades K-8 have gradually returned for in-person learning.
  • Finding the Pearl

    God, the transcendent anchor of our life, showers us with gifts like an indulgent parent. Sometimes the gift includes an irritant that, like a grain of sand in an oyster, results in the creation of a precious pearl. We know the past year’s irritants; have we found the pearl?
  • Ella A.

    Into a Space of Possibility

    After discussing the connections between Langston's Hughes' poem "I Dream A World" and Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech, students in Ms. Mercado's English class were asked to write individual poems describing their hope for change in the world. The only rule - it had to start with, "I dream a world" - the rest was up to them.
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