On October 1, we held a special lunchtime celebration to recognize the hard work and scholarship that earned our Class of 2014 a #1 ranking statewide on the math and English MCAS tests they took as 10th graders last spring. Their outstanding outstanding achievement also earned them media coverage by Boston.com (read the story here).
The event also honored the Class of 2013, who had ranked #1 in MCAS math the year prior. (A #1 MCAS ranking means that all students in the grade scored either advanced or proficient on the subject tested.)
Among those present to congratulate the students were: Head of School Caleb Hurst-Hiller (pictured), Founder and former Head Paula Evans,Upper School Principal Chris Cook, Humanities Teacher Henry Seton, Math Teacher Tabitha Schober, and CCSC supporter and landlord Charles Laverty.