Nearly 500 parents and friends of the St. Margaret’s community gathered in the Performing Arts Center to honor retiring Headmaster Marcus D. Hurlbut for his decade of service, enduring commitment to the mission, and devoted love for St. Margaret’s in a beautiful and poignant Parent Farewell Celebration hosted by the Board of Trustees.
Special presentations in the Marcus D. Hurlbut Theater included remarks by President of the Board of Trustees Michael J. Berchtold, Trustee Stacey Nicholas, a vocal performance of “To Sir with Love,” by grade 10 student Morgan Higgins, and …
From Wee Tartans to graduating seniors, a tunnel of enthusiastic students, parents, faculty and staff awaited Headmaster Marcus D. Hurlbut as he exited his office headed for his final All-School Closing Ceremony on Wednesday. The human tunnel, lined with a sea of red shirts that read, “School’s Out, Forever a Tartan”—a tribute to the name of Mr. Hurlbut’s boat, travelled from the Headmaster’s Office, along Chalmers Field, through the Middle School and on to Pasternack Field House. With a video camera mounted on his baseball cap, Mr. Hurlbut and his …Read the full story »
By Peter Clark, ISP Co-Director and Upper School English teacher
The 2013 Independent Senior Projects, guided by Co-Directors and Upper School teachers Pam Virk and Peter Clark, came to a close last Friday with seniors presenting their project reflections on Monday to their fellow advisory classmates, advisor, and a selected junior advisory.
The range of ISPs was broad and deep this year with students engaging in projects such as microchip technology at Broadcom, creating a robotic hand from scratch on campus, civic leadership at the Laguna Niguel mayor’s office, environmental stewardship action …
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School will present its senior Class of 2013 for graduation this Saturday recognizing the students’ scholarship, accomplishments and readiness to embark on college and the next level of goals and aspirations.
The graduates have made their final decisions, and they will attend 60 colleges and universities in 17 states and the District of Columbia, including Boston College, Columbia University, Cornell University, Drexel University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University, Stanford University, Tufts University, University of Notre Dame, University of Southern California, University of Pennsylvania and Yale …
For the final project of their introduction to engineering class, juniors Philip Bauer, Chris Howington, Takeru Inui, Brant Miller and Lara Ohanesian have made a solar powered box car.Read the full story »
Eighteen happy preschoolers came back to school last Friday night for ‘dinner and a movie.’ They feasted on pizza and watermelon, made ice cream sundaes and watched animated children’s classic storybooks in the Performing Arts Center.Read the full story »