The beginning of the 2022-23 academic year ushered in a new era at Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School with the appointment of Robert (Robbie) Shields as American Principal.
Read about the latest updates, collaborations, trips, and more from all of our campuses across the Dwight Schools network.
One of Dwight’s longest-standing traditions, which has been extended across our global network of Schools in recent years, is the Camerer Essay Competition. It is named for Dr. Emil E. Camerer, who was a prominent educator in his day and Dwight’s Headmaster from 1895-1926.
Our 2023 Dwight Schools Global Concert marked many seminal moments: the return to our annual music festival in person in New York after three years, Dwight’s milestone 150th anniversary, and the beginning of our School’s next chapter.
Read all about it! We are delighted to share the next edition of our global newsletter, Dwight Global Visions, which is just one of numerous creative cross-campus collaborations that enrich our work and set our Dwight network apart.
We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our Dwight Schools, Dwight School Hanoi, which has a planned opening in August 2024 for grades 1-5, followed by the addition of an Early Childhood Division and grades 6-12 the following year.
The end of the academic year is a time for many celebrations, including a salute to the winners of our Global Camerer Essay Competition.
Extending one of Dwight’s most time-honored traditions, Dwight School Seoul hosted our annual global concert in person this year for their community at the Lotte Concert Hall.
As we get ready to kick off Dwight’s milestone 150th anniversary, we are delighted to share the premiere edition of our global newsletter.
For Lesa Wang, returning to Dwight where she had taught early in her career, was like coming full circle.
Congratulations to our Dwight colleagues in China! Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School is ranked fifth on the “2022 China International School Brand Value Top 100” list by KingLead.
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.
From multiple continents and across different time zones, members of the Dwight global community logged on to their computers on April 17 to watch a live-streamed concert, “Listen to the Music,” performed by students worldwide.
Third-generation educator Vice Chancellor Blake Spahn spoke with the leading Manhattan group of newspapers, which includes Our Town, The West Side Spirit, Chelsea News, and Our Town Downtown, about the successful reopening of Dwight for in-person learning in late August.