New Head of School Katherine Dinh shares insights and stories from her first months at MCDS.
The artist encouraged students to explore and express their identity through art and storytelling.
Counselors Nell Branco and Margie Schwartz share how MCDS helps students build coping skills at school -- and what parents can do to support their kids at home.
The key to MCDS's approach to community engagement is a balance of empowerment and humility.
The art department re-tooled its curriculum this year to allow for more exploration and fewer teacher-directed projects.
Last year, 8th graders learned more about sound effects, music, and voice acting while producing a podcast.
Our after-school programs provide our students with a safe place for exploration, positive socialization, and inclusive play.
The centuries-old trees provided wood for benches near the new Creekside Building.
This summer camp for 3rd-5th graders empowers students to explore, innovate and create.
As Co-Coordinators of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, teachers Leslie Tran and Karin Soriano-Bilal serve as a resource for their MCDS colleagues.
Each day, MCDS students are engaging in activities that combine different elements of science, technology, engineering, art and math.
Our teachers build relationships with students, discovering not only who they are as learners, but who they are as social beings.
Students worked secretly for months with the MCDS art team and visiting artist Sophia Othman to create a stunning tile mosaic mural.
Established in honor of retiring head Lucinda Lee Katz, the fund will support teachers and staff working in teams to pursue a specific research question.
The Upper School Green Team raises awareness about the need to reduce car idling on campus.