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Dance Concert!

Dance Concert!

Please join us for an evening of dance! Thursday, November 16 at 7:00pm – Franklin Theatre Waynflete Upper School Dancers take the stage, inspired by “Fields of Imagination” as they dance to everything form Mozart to Miley Cyrus. Support our amazing...
Winter Coat Drive a Huge Success!

Winter Coat Drive a Huge Success!

The Upper School Service Group (Active Community Engagement) would like to thank everyone for the hundreds of warm clothing items donated for Preble Street Resource Center. The drive was a big success generating 12 oversized bins of winter wear. Congratulations...
Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

Lend your ears to Waynflete students as they don black berets and recite their poems with fearless wit and candor! Friday, December 1 (First Friday Art Walk) Poetry Out Loud Readings, 6:00 p.m. Poetry Out Loud is a nation-wide competition...
Student Perspectives on What Matters Most

Student Perspectives on What Matters Most

This post is the first in a new series on USNow featuring student perspectives on what matters most to them. Last year was my first year at Waynflete. I realized before the end of my first week, that this was...
Fall Play Rehearsal Underway

Fall Play Rehearsal Underway

Rehearsals are underway for the fall play, Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT. Check out the gallery above! The cast of twenty along with several crew members were treated to a workshop with the teaching artists from Portland Stage Company this...
Convocation 2017

Convocation 2017

The entire school was treated to a wonderful convocation ceremony this past Thursday. It is one of the few times during the year when the entire student body and all the faculty and staff are together. Geoff opened the gathering...

Director's Corner

Fairy-Stories, Snowdays, and Rhyme

Fairy-Stories, Snowdays, and Rhyme

John Hoy visits with Northrup Frye, Toronto Within his foundational essay “On Fairy-Stories” J.R.R. Tolkien isolates Faërie, the Perilous Realm or Shadowy Marches wherein fairies discover their being, and he describes three faces by which fairy-stories may be recognized: the...