Sharing the belief that education is a right, not a privilege, creative Dwight Lions worldwide have joined forces with students at WISER (Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research) in Muhuru Bay, Kenya, to create The Harambee Magazine — a cross-campus online publication in support of WISER.
When Teodore V., a sixth grade student at Dwight School Dubai, shared his passion for origami with Chancellor Stephen Spahn, an idea was sparked: the Chancellor invited Teo to create an origami mobile to take its pride of place in the stairwell of our Main Campus in New York. The new mobile would be installed where one had hung previously for many years and was well-loved as an iconic element of our School.
The Camerer name has long been well-known at Dwight in New York, and in the last few years, it has become familiar across our global network of schools.
The volunteer work that Dwight students are doing to make a difference in the lives of homeless New Yorkers captured the attention of legendary journalist Marvin Scott at WPIX Channel 11!
CNN Great Big Story followed Dwight student Alessandro Dal Bon '21, and fellow teen activists leading the global climate strike in New York City, on the day itself: September 20, 2019.
ABC7 NY Eyewitness News spotlighted Dwight eleventh-grade twins Isolde and Stephane Hatgis-Kessell and their individual efforts to change the world.