Moravian Academy Begins Planning to Offer AP African American Studies
January 28, 2023
Black Student Union (BSU) leaders, Gianna Tout-Puissant '23, Tianna Tout-Puissant '23, Moriah Mitchell '23, and Okezue Bell '23, are in the works of getting AP African American Studies offered for juniors and seniors starting in the fall of 2023!
Improv Elective 'Pops Up' in Classrooms
January 31, 2023
The Improv tradition at the Downtown Campus Middle School moved into the school day this year by becoming an elective.

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Nobody Hugs a Cactus: A Cross-Campus Collaboration

November 18, 2022

The American Literature class hosted the downstairs Kindergarten and went to the Swain Campus for collaborative SEL work and creative drama sessions using Carter Goodrich's book, Nobody Hugs A Cactus. 

Reading, Writing, & Exercising Your Voice in the English Department

October 21, 2022

The English Department’s chief aims are: to expose students to literature from a variety of genres, cultures, and time periods; to encourage students to become active learners; to help students to become confident and adept writers; and, to assist students in the development of their skills in critical thinking, close reading, and verbal expression.

Borders and Belonging: Zooming with Lauren Gerber '18MA

May 12, 2022

To conclude our reading of Mohsin Hamid's Exit West and our course's theme of "Borders and Belonging," the Global Literature class zoomed with Lauren Gerber '18MA this week.

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