Three sixth grade student musicians — violinist Katelyn, cellist Julia, and pianist Hepsiba — can't wait to share the stage at Carnegie Hall this Saturday for our annual global concert entitled, "Music of the Seasons."
Our talented students performed mesmerizing monologues during Dwight's 34th annual Shakespeare Competition, our school's final round of the 2017 National Shakespeare Competition.
With fond memories of their years as a Dwight student, alums come back frequently to their alma mater to visit. A few have come back to stay, helping to educate future generations of graduates!
Our Lions' roars can be heard far and wide, as one team remains undefeated and all of our student-athletes celebrate successes on the court and in the pool.
Though new to the U.S. when he arrived on campus as a junior, Abishek Bhattacharjee '01 wasn't new to international schools.
Behind the wheel, driving our ongoing mission to embrace personalized learning and innovation is Matt Moran.
Dwight senior Tristan McCormick followed in the footsteps of two older siblings when he first picked up a tennis racquet at the age of three. Now, he's blazing his own trail in pursuit of his goals on and off the court, as a Dwight Global student.
Education Update sat down with Chancellor Stephen Spahn to discuss the outstanding work he has accomplished in his record-breaking 50 years of service as Chancellor of Dwight School.
For the Mainstage theater production of "The Crucible," the Dwight School Commons was transformed into Salem, MA, circa 1692.
Dr. Blake Spahn, Vice Chancellor of Dwight — the first school in the Americas to offer all four International Baccalaureate programs for students from preschool through grade 12 — offers insight into the history of the IB and its effect on students with readers of Education Update.