Summer's just around the corner, and it takes less than a minute on campus to discover students are really excited. However, it is just as true that for some students the shift from school to summer can cause anxiety.
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On Wednesday, we welcomed the team from the Connecticut Audubon Center in Pomfret, onto campus to teach our Grade 2-3 students about banding birds.
Congratulations to our CARe graduates of 2019.
The time has come for the final chapel service of the year.
Parents of 8th Grade students are invited to attend the Eighth Grade Leadership Luncheon!
The first annual Celebration of the Arts was held on Wednesday.
You can watch Once on This Island if you were unable to see it live in the P.J. Kinmay Performing Arts Center.
As the season winds down, the weather has begun to clear up. With a rainy spring behind us, the Wolves reach their final stretch of the season. Whether it was an away game or home match, the Wolves were ready to face off. They ended their season with some of their best competition yet. As always, the coaches could not be more proud of all their athletes and what they have accomplished this season.
Students at Rectory learn not only in the classroom but also out on our mountain biking trails, on the sports fields, and in our electives program.
The Rectory Community came together to celebrate the homecoming of Captain Leland Zak and helped him surprise his daughter Alina.