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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.
One of these is not like the other... -
One of these is not like the other...
Annual Fund Kick-off: Let us cultivate our garden -
Almost 400 alumni, parents, and friends of the School helped kick off the 2014-15 Annual Fund effort on Thursday evening, October 2. Guests heard from Annual Fund Chairman Bill Maffie ’88, and from Chairman of the Modern Languages Department Ousmane Diop and Class I’s Anthony Giordano. - Roxbury Latin
Want to see more of this? Come to tomorrow’s game against Belmont Hill. -
Want to see more of this? Come to tomorrow’s game against Belmont Hill.
Jewish High Holy Days: Rabbi Joshua Elkin -
Rabbi Joshua Elkin, founding executive director of the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) and past head of Solomon Schechter Day School, spoke in Hall as part of the RL's recognition of this foremost season of the Jewish liturgical calendar. - Roxbury Latin
"Studying" in the bomb shelter -
"Studying" in the bomb shelter
So...what do you think of this place? -
So...what do you think of this place?
NECN "Making the Grade" segment features RL master and student -
Classics master Darian Reid-Sturgis ’05 and senior Derek DaSilva were recently interviewed at Roxbury Latin by New England Cable News (NECN) for its education feature “Making the Grade.” - Roxbury Latin
Also lookin' pretty snazzy! -
Also lookin' pretty snazzy!
Bill Richardson gives Jarvis International Fund Lecture -
Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico and distinguished public servant, gave the Jarvis International Fund Lecture in Hall on September 23. Trustees and special guests joined the School for the address and reception that followed. - Roxbury Latin
Haven't you already asked a question? -
Haven't you already asked a question?
Welcome former Governor Richardson -
Welcome former Governor Richardson
Keep your fingers crossed! -
Keep your fingers crossed!
Varsity X-C makes impressive season start -
Joey Mullen I set the course record (16:14) with an RL pack of 4 placing 6th thru 9th at Tabor (with Pomfret, Rivers, and Thayer) on September 13. - Roxbury Latin
Beaver Brook redux for sophomores -
Sophomores and sixies both have their day in the sun at the start of the year—sophomores at Camp Burgess and sixies at Beaver Brook. See photos of the excursions at Camp Burgess, and Beaver Brook. - Roxbury Latin
Summer is not "business as usual" for LEAD students -
Derek DaSilva and Isaias Cardona-Lopez got their feet wet this summer in leadership, commerce, management, and marketing through LEAD, a national program that brings together rising high school seniors to explore the world of business. - Roxbury Latin
Winners and losers: both stand to gain -
Churchill once noted that “success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” Headmaster Kerry Brennan brought this and other examples to bear on the topic of winning and losing in his Opening of Fall Term address. - Roxbury Latin
Wyoming Wilderness Adventure -
A group of seven rising seniors journeyed to northwestern Wyoming with no previous experience but lots of enthusiasm for an extensive trip through the region’s wild areas. - Roxbury Latin
Team Jack rides 192 miles in 2014 PMC -
After a few months of near-perfect summer weather, it takes some effort to remember just how bad this past winter was. But right through the worst of it, one boy was outdoors riding his bike with a personal goal in mind. Jack Manning was training to ride in the Pan Mass Challenge (PMC), a grueling two-day ride from Sturbridge to Provincetown. - Roxbury Latin
Congrats to Mike/Gino Curran '07 on his engagement over the weekend. We wish him and his fiancee the best.
In the News: i2 Camp at Roxbury Latin -
Did you know that John Wise, originator of the phrase "no taxation without representation," graduated from RL in 1669?
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