SAT Classes Start In March

The SAT course with Jen Hollis will begin at the end of March 2019. Please see the schedule below.  If you are interested in signing up, please contact her at

Classes meet on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 12pm. 
All meetings will be held at school. 
Meeting dates are fixed, but the times are provisional, and can be negotiated (somewhat) so as to best suit the class as a whole. 
Please write and let me know if you have questions or conflicts with the times. 

Diagnostic test:

 3/24  (9am to 1pm)
Class meetings:


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Meet the Lyceum Scholar in Residence Eldris Con Aguilar Monday, February 4 at 5:30 pm

We are inviting parents to come and meet the David N. Redden Lyceum Scholar in Residence, Eldris Con Aguilar, on Monday 4 February from 17.30 to 18.45. This will take place in the Library.
Eldris works at Leiden University and will be with us from Monday 4th through to Friday 8th February. She is specialized in education, cultural heritage, and heritage of indigenous people, especially in the Caribbean. She is part of NEXUS 1492, a research project that investigates the impacts of colonial encounters in the Caribbean, the nexus of the first interactions between the New and the Old World.
During her stay, Eldris will visit many classes, not only in the Classics department (Latin 2, Greek 2 and Greek SL, Latin 3, CGRS), but also in the History and Modern Languages department.
Eldris will give a talk to the whole school community during morning meeting on Monday 4th February from 10.05 till 10.35 (including time for questions), titled "Heritage Education: Memories of the Past in the Present".  
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Anita Guerra's Sculpture Students have transformed second-hand chairs into whimsical thrones, swings, cradles, toilets, torture contraptions, rocket and gaming chairs, and hermit pedestals for you to enjoy during the Winter Arts Evening Dec. 5th at 7pm.


The students from Reach Out will be selling these chairs for a minimum 10€ donation. See the selection of chairs here.


Proceeds will go entirely to the Casa di Andrea. If interested, contact, Ms. Jacquet, Ms. Guerra or any of the students from Reach Out.


Reach Out Club's organizer, French teacher Annie Jacquet, who has been working with Casa di Andrea for many years, says that "With your help, we can bring a smile to the faces of the little children at the centre for Christmas." 


See you next week!

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