The Glenholme community was treated to an exciting night of theater, song, and dance in the world premiere of the original musical “Share the Spotlight: A Musical Revue.” The story is about a girl, Miranda, who after learning that she did not get the lead in her school musical, retreats to her never-before-seen attic. Miranda soon discovers that the attic sends her off on a magic journey of self-revelation.
December 10th, 2013 by glenholme
December 4th, 2013 by glenholme
Recognized for exceptional character, dependability, and leadership qualities, Iulia continually honors a personal commitment to improvement. Iulia consistently sets academic goals for herself and also holds herself accountable to those goals. She actively and appropriately seeks feedback and guidance from her teachers on how to achieve her goals. Iulia is also gracious and appreciatively of the assistance provided to her.
December 2nd, 2013 by glenholme
Glenholme soccer players were honored for their constructive contributions to the team. The awards included Most Team Spirit, Most Valuable Player, Best Sportsmanship, Most Improved Player, Great Goalie, Most Excited To Play After SAT’s, and many others. The team captains were awarded Captain Certificates and recognized for their individual effort to develop leadership skills during the season.
November 26th, 2013 by glenholme
Each gift basket of goodies overflowed with the customary holiday fixings along with a local grocery story gift-card for the turkey and a heartfelt note to the receivers. The finished baskets were provided to a thankful team at the VNA Northwest on Monday, November 25. From the VNA, the feasts are delivered to local families in time for the holiday.
November 14th, 2013 by glenholme
A global system is in place for all students at Glenholme. For time management, every student has a planner where they record their school work, after-school activities, social events and family time. To organize assignments and materials, each student has color-coded folders and a desk-top storage system for their classwork. Coaching from Education and Boarding faculty on how to use these tools is a key component of the program. Students learn about “stash and trash,” “balancing work and fun,” and “lightening the backpack without losing the work.” Some students who have greater difficulty have individualized plans.