This week, our secondary school compassion-in-action students paid two visits to Shree Kuleshwor Secondary School. As part of our Compassion Club, students planned creative writing lessons to teach to 6th and 7th-grade students at the neighborhood school. Here, students learned the different strategies to create...

In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...

Our Director of Advancement, Athletics, & Aquatics, Luke Davis, appeared on Galaxy’s This Morning LIVE to discuss his new children’s book, The Legend of Machig. This beautiful story is a prequel to Luke’s previous book, The Magical Monkey of Swayambhu, and follows the legend of...

In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...

In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...

In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...

In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...