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Student-led Clubs and Communities

By: Zara Robinson

This year’s musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, has the students and faculty alike ready to watch the phenomenon, that is a long-awaited school musical. Since Bear Creek produces a musical only once every four years, high school students can participate just one time. Jacob …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Thursday April 19
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Empathy: The Foundation of Effective Parenting Part Two

As a parent, empathy is perhaps the most critical skill you can develop in your child. It not only transforms us as adults, being in good connection with, and communication of, our own emotions, it also helps our children develop a good vocabulary associated with their emotions. This leads to, …

Posted by cglass in Early Years, Elementary Age on Friday February 2
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Three Steps to Studying Like a Pro: Through the Eyes of Upperclassman Abby Campbell

By: Juliette Shields

I sat down with Abby Campbell, a junior, to find out her best tips and tricks for studying for tests. As an upperclassman, Abby has learned a thing or two about the best ways to study and has graciously explained her recommendations in three simple steps.

First, Abby believes …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Monday January 29
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Winter Sports

By: Siena Cysewski

When it comes to practice, any player knows that a good team requires commitment and established expectations. I sat down with the girls and boys basketball team captains as well as the cheerleading captains to talk about their eagerness for the coming season.

First, I sat down …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Friday January 26
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January JanTerm Joy

By: Tiffany Cowman

JanTerm, the first two weeks of January and the best time of the year. Instead of coming back to school dreading homework, students come back excited to learn about chocolate, ultimate frisbee, and knitting to name just a few of this year’s options. JanTerm is a great transition …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Friday January 12
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Global Grizzlies

By: Tiffany Cowman

This year, Bear Creek is taking students to different countries around the world. To kick it off, over Mid-Winter Break, Dr. Gephart will lead a group of students to the Dominican Republic. As the winter comes to an end, there will be two trips heading off over Spring Break to …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Thursday January 11
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Jesus Memes and Tree Hugging: Bear Creek Clubs and Committees

By: Zara Robinson

Jesus memes and tree hugging. Just two of the many things our clubs and committee heads have to offer. Meet Kathryn Horvath, tree hugger and head of Eco Club and Cody Clayhold, the perpetrator of the Jesus memes and head of BASIC Committee. Both leaders bring new memes and ideas to …

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Thursday December 14, 2017 at 12:08PM
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Ensuring ‘All the world’s a stage’

A Successful Play through the eyes of Dr. Lynch

By: Lucy Caile

The curtains close on the cast of your favorite play and for a moment you are left with the feeling of endless possibility. What makes that feeling possible? I wanted to learn more about the process, so I sat down with Bear Creek drama …

Posted by cglass on Friday December 8, 2017 at 03:53AM
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Chapel Changes

By: Juliette Shields

With the new House system, Chapel has changed dramatically in the Upper School this year. As a student, I noticed the improvements and wanted to learn more. Being part of the Athanasius House (the best House), I asked Sandy Shao and Mariana Gomez about the new Chapel system.

Posted by cglass in Student Blog on Friday December 8, 2017
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Empathy: The Foundation of Effective Parenting Part 1

We hear a lot of talk about empathy these days. “Kids need their feelings affirmed,” is a far cry from “Kids need to be seen and not heard,” the familiar mantra from days past. Is a soft and squishy response to our children’s behavior really going to help anything? Turns out, the answer is a …

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