We welcomed students to campus as our 107th session began this past Wednesday. Our students come from all corners of the United States and represent 23 countries from all over the globe.
It’s a week of firsts as students attended their first All-School meeting, first Wolfeboro meals, first classes, first intramurals, and their first evening study hall yesterday. Thursday afternoon was filled with making new friends and orientation activities. Students will enjoy their first weekend activities and trips over the next couple of days.
Here’s a short photo essay full of firsts. You can see galleries of opening day and follow our summer in pictures at Wolfeboro2016, our Shutterfly gallery.
Please enjoy Inside Wolfeboro as your window into our session activities.
I’m Brian Fisher, the Communications Director at Wolfeboro. I’ll work to be your eyes and ears into campus events and the lives and activities of our students through photographs, observations and the occasional interview.
I hope to give you a feel for the activity and growth that occurs in all of us every summer. Our students work hard, have a great time, and are guided by some of the best educators anywhere.
You’ll find a more complete introduction, including my Wolfeboro Experience, in the About section.
Many years ago, our English department decided to celebrate especially good and productive readers and writers each week. Readers and Writers of the Week are nominated by their teachers and recognized at an All School Meeting. They receive gift certificates (Coop Cash) for the School Store. Each week we’ll post photos of the week’s recipients under this title.
When Ethan Rubinstein and Lucas Uralli headed out in a canoe this afternoon, little did they know they’d have one of the best fishing days I’ve ever seen at Wolfeboro. In my 25+ years, I’ve seen, and caught, one good size fish in a day, but never two.
The wind was calm, the water quiet… Inside of a couple of hours, luck struck twice for Ethan. Take a look at these: