Students, faculty introduce new clubs to High School

Georgia LaScala (’23), the leader of Brushstrokes and Beats, sits at her club stand Sept. 30 with Science Teacher Alpha Toothman, the faculty sponsor. The club meets to create art while listening to music once every cycle during either lunch or after school. LaScala said she started the club to alleviate stress and help students remove themselves from “the crazy competitive environment” of the High School. “I think it's a really good way for people to just force themselves to, like, take a deep

Colette Brown explores sense of self through trapeze, aerial circus

Colette Brown (’23) wraps herself during her aerial silks class. Brown said she has partaken in trapeze and aerial circus since Grade 8 and hopes to continue exploring her passion.

After attending the renowned circus show Cirque du Soleil and watching the hit musical “The Greatest Showman,” Colette Brown (’23) said she quickly realized trapeze and aerial circus was her calling.

Brown said she began trapeze lessons in Grade 8 while living in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she attended an art