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Pre-School Students Enjoy a Fairy Tale Ballet

Pre-School Students Enjoy a Fairy Tale Ballet

This morning pre-school students were entertained by a special fairy tale ballet performance produced by Charlottesville Ballet. The show, titled “A Fairy Tale Gathering,” featured childhood storybook characters including Fairy Godmother, Cinderella, Prince Charming, Little Red Riding Hood, the Big... (Continue reading)

Winter Poetry Festival Spotlights Students

Winter Poetry Festival Spotlights Students

This afternoon Lower School students produced the Winter Poetry Festival. Now celebrating its 10th year of poetry festivals, the Lower School incorporated performances from Kindergarten students through fourth graders. With over twenty poems shared, this year’s Winter Poetry Festival was... (Continue reading)

STAB Senior Athlete Signs National Letter of Intent

STAB Senior Athlete Signs National Letter of Intent

Today, senior Aaron Stinnie signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. Aaron will play defensive end for the Dukes. The son of Phil and Julia Stinnie, Aaron has been a standout athlete in both football and... (Continue reading)

Algebra Students Construct Spaghetti Bridges

Algebra Students Construct Spaghetti Bridges

With the goal of building the lightest, yet strongest bridge made out of spaghetti, Intro to Algebra classes set off to do just that in this annual project that combines mathematics, research, teamwork, history, and engineering. In groups of three... (Continue reading)

Eighth Grade French Students Design an App

Eighth Grade French Students Design an App

Eighth grade students recently designed and developed a free iPad app called “2Lingua Kids” to teach French in a fun and easy way.  The project included creating a story (in English with French expressions), recording the story, making info boxes,... (Continue reading)

The King and I – Tickets on sale NOW!

The King and I - Tickets on sale NOW!

The Theatre Arts and Music Departments of St. Anne’s-Belfield School are proud to present the winter musical production of The King and I.  This beloved musical by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II will be performed February 22-24, 2013 on the Greenway Rise Campus (2132... (Continue reading)

Lower School Celebrates Mozart’s Birthday

Lower School Celebrates Mozart's Birthday

For the ninth consecutive year, Lower School students celebrated Wolfgang Mozart’s birthday today. The composer’s 257th birthday is Sunday, January 27. Students heard from a professional opera singer who performed parts of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, while teaching students about... (Continue reading)

Middle School Holiday Concert Features Three Orchestras

Middle School Holiday Concert Features Three Orchestras

Under the direction of Debra Lyle, the Middle School Holiday Orchestra Concert entertained a full house of family and friends. The concert featured the fifth grade, Haydn, and Mozart Orchestras. The fifth grade orchestra performed Hot Cross Buns, Au Clair... (Continue reading)

Winter Music Celebration Chimes in the Holiday Season

Winter Music Celebration Chimes in the Holiday Season

Today students in first through third grade performed in the Winter Music Celebration at the Learning Village. The Program was titled “A Musical Celebration of Christmas and Hanukah.” Songs performed included: I Lift Up Mine Eyes; The Crib Song (Kindelwiegen);... (Continue reading)

Sixth-Grade Science Fair Answers Research Questions

Sixth-Grade Science Fair Answers Research Questions

This morning students in the Learning Village paraded through the sixth-grade advisory classrooms to see the Sixth-Grade Science Fair. Spread throughout three classrooms, the fair featured 54 student projects. The scientific projects answered many questions including: Which shampoo is the... (Continue reading)

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