As second of three brothers, Evan Glenn ‘19 always felt like the odd one out. Instead of pursuing art, poetry or history, Evan always knew he wanted to reach for the stars and become an astronaut. Growing up in the quiet Boston suburb of Westwood, MA, Evan describes a rather peaceful childhood in a town … Continue reading Evan Glenn ’19- Humans of Thacher
Thacher's Defne Egbo '19, offers her experiences from S.Y.A. France.
From the theatre to the choir, Vincent has often found himself cherishing the deep value of friendship.
Serafina Nieves describes her adventures abroad.
On farms and in the dorm Annie Everett brings a unique and outgoing personality.
The warm aroma of fresh-out-of-the-oven chocolate chip cookies, passionate cheering for the fierce opponents of a ping-pong match, and the muffled chatter of friends are just a few things you are bound to find at Open Home. Governor’s Academy is the only other school in the country can boast the fact that the headmaster’s home … Continue reading Come for the Cookies, Stay for the Company
Its proximity to the bus stop, delicious treats, and suitable studying space makes Java & Joe a favorite amongst Thacher students. The contents of the area are different and interesting. One wall is lined with exposed glass jars filled with dark coffee beans and loose tea leaves. The opposite is filled with various political mugs, … Continue reading Food Review: Java and Joe’s
The sports requirement, similar to other Thacher programs, is quite unique to the School. During the freshman year, students can choose to play team sports during two afternoons but must also ride five days per week. After the horse riding requirement, students are required to play a team sport for at least … Continue reading Go Team!: A Look Into Thacher’s Sports Requirement
Set the scene: So, I was going to public school, like we all do in France. It’s part of the culture there. There was a lot of camaraderie, we had a lot of social life; you know, we never got enough of each other. We would have parties on the weekends and go dance. At … Continue reading When I Was 17: Ms. Kasimirowski