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 >>
This Month at Stuart
It's been a big year for Stuart junior Michelle Kwafo who recently earned the title of Prep B State Champion in the 55m hurdles as she also competed against college athletes this past Sunday at the Princeton Invitational at Princeton University.
Don't pack up those winter boots just yet! On Thursday the entire Upper School took part in a winter diorama decorating contest. The competition was among advisory pairs, with one freshman/sophomore advisory paired with a junior/senior advisory. The activity was a fun way for students from different grades to bond. The winners, chosen by Stuart's athletic trainer Megan Cianfrone were Ms. Fazzina's and Ms. Testa's advisories for Most Creative, Ms. Ryan's and Mr. Malloy's advisories for Most Wintery, Ms. Medeiros' and Ms. Solomon's advisories for Most Realistic, Ms. Hamblen's and Ms. Portlock's advisories for Funniest. The completed dioramas will be on display around the building for the next few weeks. See photos from the project in the gallery. Congrats to all!
The Stuart CYO team came out on top with a first place in the Small School Division, and Stuart's three team captains, Caroline Johnson '22, Molly Lagay '21, and Catherine Martin '21, were all elected to the Mercer County All Star Team. With a total of exactly 300 points in combined Stuart/CYO play, eighth grader Catherine Martin was awarded Most Valuable Player in the Small School Division.
Visitors were amazed by all of the wonderful exhibits at the Lower School STEM Fair on Wednesday as more than 40 girls in grades 2–4 gathered in the gym to present their science and engineering projects. Presentations and displays represented areas of STEM including science experiments, inventions,engineering designs, math and computer projects. Some projects this year included a hydro power steam engine model, testing the growth of bacteria, a drone demonstration, simulated brain surgery (extracting a "tumor" from a Jello model), chromatography, air pressure, and growing plants under different conditions. Congratulations to all of the participants for a wonderful fair. Click through for a gallery of photos and videos from the fair.