As the audience took their seats in Dwight’s Performing Arts Center, they also took in a slideshow of images, ranging from typewriters and records, to photos of famous writers, directors, and actors from days gone by.
In the midst of a crisp, colorful autumn, eight Upper School students and two faculty members embarked on an adventure: They visited the Hudson Highlands for a beautiful and challenging hike along the Breakneck Ridge Trail, inaugurating the Dwight Outdoors Program.
Prior to a gratitude-filled Thanksgiving, our seventh graders took a field trip downtown to see sculptures made entirely of unopened cans of food at the 27th Annual Canstruction NYC Exhibition.
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.
Fox 5 NY spoke with fourth-grade twins Maika and Olivier about their journey to the North Pole to learn about climate change.