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  • Groton Welcomes Exchange Students
    Groton School had the honor of welcoming four new exchange students to our Circle on September 15.
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  • Turf Field Dedicated, Field Hockey Wins
    The Groton School field hockey team played its first game on the Zebras’ new turf field Saturday, September 26. The field, situated between the tennis courts and the thirds soccer field, represents months of hard work and construction. It will be home to the lacrosse teams as well in the spring.
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  • An Evening of Firsts
    A new tradition took root on Sunday, September 20 as Groton held its first Convocation, a formal celebration of the new school year. The event ended with a surprise and another first: students were welcomed inside the brand new Schoolhouse expansion a day earlier than expected.
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  • Welcome New Groton Families!
    Ninety-seven students got their first taste of the Groton embrace today, arriving on campus from all over the country and the world.
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  • Groton School's Commitment: A Focus on Affordability
    Groton School is ready to welcome the first group of students admitted since a groundbreaking initiative, announced last November, cemented the school’s commitment to making Groton accessible to families in all income brackets, including those neither high- nor low-income.
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  • Hats Off to the Form of 2015!
    On Sunday, May 31, 88 members of the Form of 2015 graduated from Groton School.
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  • Honors Galore (and 3 Perfect Scores) on National Latin Exam
    Three Groton students have received a perfect score on the 2015 National Latin Exam. In addition, 83 percent of Groton’s Latin students earned cum laude or higher honors on the exam, and, of these, about 75 percent earned maxima cum laude or summa cum laude.
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  • Big NEIRA Win for Groton Boys Crew
    The Groton boys’ rowing team, comprising four boats, secured the overall point trophy at the the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championship on Saturday May 23.
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  • Beyond the Circle, a Community Day of Service
    The entire Groton student body fanned out across the local area on Sunday, May 17 to paint, plant, clean, and otherwise engage with the community. It was the School’s second Community Day of Service, but the first to include the whole School.
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  • Groton Student Named Presidential Scholar
    Malik Jabati ’15 has been named a U.S. Presidential Scholar, a highly selective honor given to top students by the U.S. Department of Education.
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  • Circlefest Celebrates Pure Fun, Joy of Spring
    Groton’s first-ever CircleFest drew virtually the entire community onto the Circle Saturday evening. No one could resist the fun, the food, the games, or the beautiful, sunny weather.
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  • Grandmas Trained as Solar Engineers & Other Marvels of Barefoot College
    Students and faculty were captivated, challenged, and inspired by Bunker Roy and Meagan Fallone, who recently described how their work at the renowned Barefoot College empowers poor, illiterate women all around the world.
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