The holidays are the most popular time of year for volunteering in the community, as the spirit of giving is in the air (and schedules are often more flexible away from work and school). At many schools, however, community service — and service learning — is regularly incorporated into classroom curriculum and lessons throughout the…
MakerSpaces are making waves at schools from coast-to-coast these days. A MakerSpace is a dedicated spot in a classroom or library where students can create, tinker, build, and solve problems in a hands-on way. And as the saying goes…tinkers are thinkers. Whether they are building something entirely from their own imaginations or creating something with…
Kirby Hall School won the 1st Place Trophy for the 2018 PSIA State Championship for the Middle School Division.
Our 3rd grade made a series of Native American diorama presentations for their history unit. See these incredible dioramas!
Kirby Hall has participated in PSIA competitions for over ten years with a history of decisive wins, with the elementary and middle school teams winning first place over 80% of the time.
Kirby Hall ninth grader Vaughan McInerney was invited to flex his mathematical strength after having scored in the top 2.5% on an international math test. This earned him the privilege of taking a three-hour, 15-problem exam on a Saturday – not your ordinary weekend fun.
Kirby Hall School second graders continue to work diligently on their philanthropy project for the Happy Birthday Organization. They have worked since September on this project and have raised $1,200 as of 4/24/17.
Habitat for Humanity has gotten approval for Kirby Hall to be the first school-led Youth Build project.
Kirby Hall School did it again. The elementary and middle schools both took first place in a statewide academic competition, dominating the 102 other schools.