The Beacon School offers an inquiry-based college preparatory program with technology and arts infused throughout the curriculum. Beacon emphasizes a rigorous well-rounded liberal arts education based on the principle of shared exploration and problem-solving. In assessments for graduation, students present performance-based projects to panels of teachers. Beacon offers extensive opportunities to participate in clubs, sports, community service and international travel.
B’DAT has never been more excited to share a play with the Beacon community. This is our last production at 227 West 61st Street and we’re blowin’ the roof off the joint!
Caroline, or Change
Books and Lyrics by Tony Kushner
Music by Jeanine Tesori
Set in small town Louisiana in November 1963, history comes alive in a Klezmer Blues Motown Score about a Jewish boy, his maid, and the cultural shifts rocking JFK and Martin Luther King Jr’s America. Starring Marla Louissaint, Leslie Gaines, Leo Miranda, Anarelis Ramirez and Michella Estevez, we hope Caroline, or Change will rock your world and your heart. (Bring tissues!)
Congratulations to the 35 Beacon Model UN students who participated in two conferences this past weekend. 20 students were in Washington, DC, for four days, at WAMUNC, while 15 went to The Lab School Conference on Saturday. Special recognition goes to the following members: Maille Biederman and Charlie Moxley who received Verbal Commendation at WAMUNC, and Lincoln Bernard (Best Delegate), and Samantha Hochstat and Hebh Jamal (Honorable Mention), at Lab.
30 students will attend UNA-USA at the UN in mid-May, to round out the club's conferences for the year.
A representative from Josten's (Mike Eisley) will be at Beacon from 10 am to 2 pm on Wednesday, March 18th. If you want a cap and gown that fits, be sure to see Mike in the Beacon lobby so he can take your measurements. Also, Mike will also take class ring orders, so you must bring a deposit of $60 to place your order. Visit Mr. Leon's room for Class Ring information packets.
Attention seniors going on this weekend's senior trip!
You must attend your morning classes (G and B bands). We will make arrangements for your bags upon arrival. If you do not have a morning class, be sure you are at school by no later than 11:00 for bus check-in.
If you have not submitted your paperwork (i.e. parent consent form, code of conduct, and Pinegrove registration) or paid in full by tomorrow, you cannot go on the trip. Finally, please review the bus list so you know your bus assignment. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Leon at email@example.com
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March 6, 2015 to March 8, 2015
We will be leaving from Beacon at 11:30 Friday, March 6th. Students should arrive at 9:30am and gather in the cafeteria. We will return to Beacon at approximately 5:30 on Sunday, March 8th.
Congratulations to the Track & Field team for a great performance at the 2015 Manhattan Championships.
The boys finished third overall, and earned a team plaque for the eighth consecutive season. Beacon had one individual champion: Marcus Kener in the 1000m run, which was run in a record-setting time. Other double-medal winners included Thomas Chalothron, Julia Frankel, Max Hyams, Isaac Morris, Benji Freeman, and Lincoln Bernard.
5 meetings after school, one amazing Moth StorySLAM show.
Tell a true, personal story onstage.
To sign up or find out more, see Ms. Kaufman by Monday, February 9th.
March 31, 2015:
3rd quarter ends
April 1, 2015:
Frosh rotation switch
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