By Else Nye '20 Set the Scene: I was in the suburbs of Philadelphia, where I spent most of my life growing up. I had just started at a new school. It was a Quaker school called Abington Friends. I had gone to a huge public school for my entire life and then I … Continue reading When I was 17: Mr. Ali
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
Toads Talk is a new series focused on allowing students to anonymously express themselves without a name attached to the weight of their stories. If you relate to any of the stories we publish, please know that you have people to reach out to on campus.
From students and teachers to parents and friends, Michael K. Mulligan and Joy Sawyer-Mulligan have led lives dedicated whole-heartedly to gift of education.
By Ronan Byrne CdeP 2017 It was 3 A.M. as I turned my headlamp to look uphill towards the towering mountains above us. My two partners, both ahead of me, had stopped. We had already been hiking an hour to reach the summit of Mt. Whitney for sunrise. To avoid an extra day of hiking, we … Continue reading Understanding Empowerment: Lessons Learned in the Outdoors
Malena Solin '20 spotlights Ms. Popa's journey to Thacher, her return 8 years later, and everything in between.
On Monday, the Succession Committee made its climactic announcement, ushering in a new era for the Thacher School.
Thacher Downhill, a fledgling yet dynamic club, embodies the Thacher ethos through its unity and close connection to the outdoors.
Thacher has made some but not all necessary and appropriate accommodations for transgender students.