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Roxbury Latin

Roxbury Latin

Founded in 1645, Roxbury Latin is a boys’ school by conviction with a curriculum tailored to the cognitive and emotional development of boys.
Scene blocking and frescos HD 1080p -
Scene blocking and frescos HD 1080p
Check out Brad Barone '09 between the pipes for the BC Eagles tonight against Harvard. First collegiate start for the former RL standout.
Founder's Day: Mayor Marty Walsh -
The Mayor didn’t mention his childhood fight with cancer—diagnosed at age 7, missing school, and suffering years of chemotherapy. Instead, he straight-talked his young audience about his struggle with alcohol when a young man himself, and about learning the hard way. - Roxbury Latin
Mayor Marty Walsh kicked off Founder's Day with a heartfelt address to the students. See everyone @ Clery's at 6:30 tonight #370th
Coach Ross named Coach of the Year -
Coach Patrick Ross has been named Coach of the Year by the Association of Independent Football Officials. The School received word on 3 November after a diligent review of all candidates by the Association. - Roxbury Latin
IDEAs for jack-o-lanterns -
IDEA lab aparatus put a new spin on on an old craft for boys across all grades who signed up to carve jack-o-lanterns on two evenings before Hallowe'en. - Roxbury Latin
Nov. 2 Open House is ON! -
Despite the weather, Roxbury Latin's Open House on Nov. 2 is still taking place. - Roxbury Latin
Welcome to Roxbury Latin! -
Welcome to Roxbury Latin!
A senior moment: RL 3, Belmont Hill 1 -
A senior moment: RL 3, Belmont Hill 1
Daland Memorial Concert: The Klemperer Trio -
The Klemperer Trio performed in Hall on October 28 as this year’s Daland Concert artists. Formed in 1980, the trio consists of Erika Klemperer (violin), Gordon Back (piano), and Ronald Crutcher (violoncello), with a repertoire spanning musical styles from classical to contemporary which they perform to critical acclaim across the US and in Europe. - Roxbury Latin
Smith Scholar: Professor Jay Samons on democracy in antiquity and today -
This year’s Smith Scholars have been selected for their expertise in the field of classics, specifically the Mediterranean world in antiquity and how it informs modern thought. Loren Jay Samons, Professor of Classical Studies and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Boston University, was the first of this year’s Scholars. - Roxbury Latin
All parties enjoy a lively Homecoming and Family Day -
Nearly every element of the Roxbury Latin community was well represented at Saturday’s Homecoming and Fall Family Day. Throngs of students and their parents, both current and past, faculty and their families gathered on a gorgeous fall day to honor Steve Ward. - Roxbury Latin
Service drive kicks off with work projects in the community -
On October 20, with regular classes suspended, the School’s youngest boys made their way to sites around the city for outdoor work projects, armed with rakes and yard waste bags. It was a warm up to RL’s Service Drive kick-off. - Roxbury Latin
Divergent art forms share meditation on nature -
Whether heaving pieces of the natural world into a meaningful rearrangement or quietly manipulating a brush to convey the essence of a bit of nature, 10th graders have been offered yet another view of the world around them. - Roxbury Latin
Berman artists bring Dr. Faustus to Smith Theater -
Classes ended early on October 14 for a performance of Christopher Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus. It isn’t every school day that live theater comes to one’s door—the American Shakespeare Center performed in the Smith Theater as this year’s Claire Berman Artists in Residence. - Roxbury Latin
Roxbury Latin IDEA Lab Construction Time-Lapse Video -
Roxbury Latin IDEA Lab Construction Time-Lapse Video
Roxbury Latin Choral Lecture Room Construction Time-Lapse Video -
Roxbury Latin Choral Lecture Room Construction Time-Lapse Video
Publisher David Godine '62 shares in Nobel Prize celebration -
David Godine ’62 still had 470 copies in hand Modiano's 1995 novel "Honeymoon" when the news broke that the French writer won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature. They have since flown off the shelves, as has every copy of the two other Modiano titles published by Godine, “Catherine Certitude” and “Missing Person.” - Roxbury Latin
Mark Edwards supports the ladder of upward mobility -
Roxbury Latin was pleased to welcome Mark Edwards as this year’s Wyner Lecturer on Thursday, October 9. Justin Wyner, a member of the class of 1943, and his sister, Elizabeth Wyner Mark, established this fund in 1985 in honor of their father, Rudolph Wyner ‘12. - Roxbury Latin
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One of these is not like the other...
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