With nearly a decade of observing and learning, the Robotics Program remains an all-encompassing learning platform. It spans all levels of learning from K-12, special needs, and post-secondary career preparation with an unparalleled educational design for STEM-focused students. After all, robotics is much more than simply assembling nuts, bolts and fancy wiring. It employs knowledge… Read more »

Dining Hall Hosts the Lunch Boss

Joe won the distinct honor of being Glenholme Lunch Boss during the Parents’ Weekend silent auction in early May. With a little help from Glenholme staff and the helpful food service manager, Joe selected the school lunch menu for the week. Caesar Salad, a student favorite, will make its way to the lunch tables each… Read more »

The 2017 Prom: A Night to Remember

Last weekend, Glenholme brought together 27 incredible young men and women at the Washington Club to celebrate and dance the night away for the 2017 Prom, “A Night to Remember.” It was a picturesque day for the occasion. Prom-goers began preparations early in the day — the ladies in the school’s new salon and the… Read more »

Teacher of the Year Talks on blog-talk Radio

Carolyn Dahl, a well-regarded and much-loved Glenholme teacher sat down for a conversation with blog-talk education professional, Lon Woodbury of Woodbury Reports, Inc. and his blog talk radio program. Woodbury Reports, Inc. was founded in 1989, by Lon Woodbury, MA, IECA, CEP, who has delivered independent educational consulting services since the mid-1990s with an emphasis… Read more »