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Posted 10/23/2017 02:39PM
Performance, art, celebrations, and care packages filled the halls of Williams last week.
Posted 10/23/2017 02:33PM
Invite your family and friends to join us to learn more about the Value of a Williams Education...
Posted 10/23/2017 02:30PM
Callum Tresnan '18 and Rachel Goldstein '18 were recently recognized by the Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship as State Finalists.
Posted 10/23/2017 02:20PM
Attorney Humbert J. Polito P '08, '12, '13, of Polito & Associates, LLC visited Williams on Monday to address our students and parents on the topic of Distracted Driving as part of our fall Speaker Series.
Posted 10/23/2017 01:36PM
Williams Senior Gus Chapman has started broadcasting lunchtime debates and discussions among his fellow seniors via his own podcast, Chat with Chapman.
Posted 10/16/2017 04:12PM
Music, technology, and talent abound at Williams.

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October 2017

Performance, art, celebrations, and care packages filled the halls of Williams last week.
Invite your family and friends to join us to learn more about the Value of a Williams Education...
Callum Tresnan '18 and Rachel Goldstein '18 were recently recognized by the Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship as State Finalists.
Attorney Humbert J. Polito P '08, '12, '13, of Polito & Associates, LLC visited Williams on Monday to address our students and parents on the topic of Distracted Driving as part of our fall Speaker Series.
Williams Senior Gus Chapman has started broadcasting lunchtime debates and discussions among his fellow seniors via his own podcast, Chat with Chapman.
Music, technology, and talent abound at Williams.
Williams alum and immigration lawyer Marcy Levine-Acevedo '04 recently gave a presentation during an assembly focusing on immigration.
David Dorfman P'19 will be sharing an evening of live dance, music, and theater in their production of "Aroundtown" in Connecticut College's Palmer Auditorium on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30PM.
Jonathan "Finny" Ensminger '20 recently appeared as a courtier and a guard in the Connecticut Gilbert and Sullivan Society's production of "Princess Ida."
The Pre-ACT is offered to 10th graders interested in gaining practice and familiarity with this specific college admissions exam.
The college fair provides a unique opportunity for students to discover a wide range of institutions and engage with the individuals who will likely be reviewing their applications.
Brianna finished 13th in the World in the Junior Ladies Solo Dance competition.
Please contact your child's advisor, if you have not already scheduled a conference time.
Grandparents and special guests are invited to spend a half day at The Williams School.
Six of our seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Braedon Hanson and Caelan Desmond recently competed in 2017 Melges 24 Canadian National Championship yacht race and helped their team come in 10th out of 23 professionally sailed ships.
Scoliosis Screenings will be happening for 7th and 8th graders; if you do not wish to have your child screened, you must send a note to Nurse Molly.
Students have been bringing in canned food all week today to compete in Can Creations and then make a donation to the Gemma A. Moran Food Center in New London.
Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer, and Middle School Cross Country have all had home games in recent days.
Enjoy this peek into our some of our unique moments each week.
Join us as Attorney Polito discusses the dangers of distracted driving and what we can do to keep our teens safe on the road.
Tenth and eleventh grade students will take the PSAT while all other Williams students will participate in an exciting and immersive day of exploration through a variety of field trips.
Our busy days are filled with a variety of activities.
Katia Bourganos '18 recently traveled to Sri Lanka with her mother to research chronic kidney disease for the National Institute of Health.
The Williams School Chapter of the Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children (FIMRC) is running a fundraiser for disaster relief for the people of Puerto Rico who have been devastated by Hurricane Maria.
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