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Bey-Shana Clark named to NJ.com's top 50 sophomore basketball players

A number of sophomores are making their presence felt across the New Jersey girls basketball landscape this season. Here, we highlight some of the state's best from the Class of 2019 and take a look at their numbers up to this point in the season. Read the full article on NJ.com >>

With Freshman Hansford Emerging as Scoring Threat, Stuart Hoops Looking Forward to Postseason Action

Town Topics, February 7, 2017

In the beginning of the season, Jasmine Hansford deferred to others on the court for the Stuart Country Day School basketball team. Finding her way as a freshman point guard for the Tartans, Hansford concentrated on setting others up and wasn't looking as much for her shot. Read the full article from the Town Topics >>

Fine Arts: Must-see exhibit in Princeton

At first I was hard put to understand how Jeaninne Honstein's figurative paintings and the monoprints of Lauri Matisse related to the title of this exhibition on display now at The Stuart School. Read the full article on NJ.com >>

19 schools take part in Phillps' Mill youth art exhibition

The Times of Trenton, January 23, 2017

The Phillips' Mill Community Association is pleased to announce that it has hosted its 4th Youth Art Exhibition which began January 21. In its first year 9 schools participated. Last year, the number of participating schools was up to 14 and this year with all 14 schools returning and an additional 5 schools joining the exhibition the number has climbed to 19 schools.

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Stuart girls basketball shows it can win the close ones

The Trentonian: January 18, 2016

Both the Stuart Country Day School and West Windsor-Plainsboro High South girls basketball teams accomplished just about everything they wanted when the two met on the court Wednesday. While only the Tartans were able to walk away with a 55-46 win, this game was about more than a 'W.' Read the full article from The Trentonian >>
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