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If you enjoy photography as much as I do, then there's no better time than Theme Week to find smiling students dressed in costume, flipping in air, and dancing in unison. Aliens, robots, zombies, and mermaids galore!
It was a vibrant week of celebrations and rememberances for the Webb community. From the classroom, to the Chapel, to the Musuem, to the Plaza, we utilized our physical, emotional, and creative spaces with aplomb.
Education comes in many forms, from a technologically advanced theater, to a classroom with advanced design, to the athletic fields and courses, our students are surrounded by amazing opportunities to learn from a variety of agents. Each of these situations are included in this week's gallery, come take a look!
Join us for the Parents Weekend Benefit, October 2, 2015. Come, meet other parents and spend some relaxed time with faculty and staff during an evening filled with friends, great food and entertainment.
The central question for us at Webb is this: what kind of education will best prepare students for life beyond secondary school, in a world constantly shifting and reshaping itself?
Several times a week, I get up early and hike the beautiful trails in the mountains above the school with my dog. It’s not only good exercise, but it’s also good meditation.
With an incredible last day surge, the 2014-15 fiscal year came to an exciting end for The Webb Schools and Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology. On June 30, more than 100 gifts were received to close out with a bang.
Summer is here and I'm happy to showcase a two-part gallery series called Unique Perspective. Part Two profiles athletics and student life at Webb.
This summer promises to be one of new friendships and connections, opportunities for students to stretch themselves in and out of the classroom, discover hidden talents, new passions and more.
For young alumni and new college grads, networking is one of the most important—and most frequently misunderstood—prerequisites for professional success. Fortunately, Webb graduates have access to an alumni and parent network of remarkable size and scope to help them find their way.
The end-of-year ceremonies are truly a sight to behold. Heavy with bittersweet emotion of saying goodbye to students we've all looked after and cared for, to the excitement of new beginings for all of them as they move on in their lives. It was a magnficent end to the year, come take a look!
Summer is here and I'm happy to showcase a two-part gallery series called Unique Perspective. Part One features uncommon sights of the Vivian Webb Chapel, performing arts, and life around Webb.
After a stunning 14-2 regular season record, the Vivian Webb School softball team won its first Championship in 22 years this spring. “Our experience counted for a lot this year. We spent tons of time in the pre-season learning how to hit different pitches and strategically hit to different areas on the field,” team co-captain Hailey Arteaga ’16 stated.
It was the last full week of classes, so the excitement for the end of year was at an all-time high. And who could blame them? What with hydrogen rockets going off, yearbooks coming out, CIF softball action, and the departure of the senior trips all made for a lot of smiles.
I was recently back at my childhood home in Coronado, Calif., taking care of my mom who still resides there. We love to tell stories of when we were young and growing up in that enchanted town in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Last week we shared the sad news that after a brief battle with brain cancer, Jeff Nelson passed away on May 13th. A lifelong educator, he built a legacy of love and respect among hundreds of youth and families whose lives he impacted.
Capitalizing on a terrific 13-2 regular season, the boys’ tennis team won the Ambassador League Championship, their first league title since 2009. Following up on their regular season League title, the team moved on to Individual and Doubles Championships.
I grew up in a boarding school where the lasting effect of what was done “after academics” was significant, and more often than not provided the defining experience(s) for the alumni who attended.
From infectious smiles to heartfelt goodbyes, Webb had another full week of activities and events. Come see some of the best moments and share in the fun.
Head of Schools Taylor Stockdale, his wife Anne, and Director of Institutional Advancement Joe Woodward recently returned from a two-week trip to Asia. They met with alumni, parents, and incoming students, sharing news from campus and welcoming the new students to Webb. The trip included stops in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, and Seoul.