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York Prep Students visit United Nations

  Mr. Pennington’s 10th-grade English class returned from a trip to the United Nations. York students learn about how the United Nations addresses issues such as disarmament, peace and security, and human rights. Their tour guide had the entire group captivated …

March 15, 2019

 

 

Spring Musical Save the Date

Save the date for York Prep’s spring performance, CHICAGO the Musical! Performance dates for the York Prep Community are May 3rd and 4th at the Marjorie Little Theatre. More information to follow!

March 15, 2019

 

 

Hospital of Special Surgeries warms up York Prep Athletics

This spring, the York Prep Panthers athletic department will be taking part in a season-long study regarding proper warmup and injury prevention for all student-athletes. A proper warmup decreases the chances of injury significantly. This study will look at the positive …

March 14, 2019

 

 

Tolkien Exhibition Comes to Life

  Today was an exciting day for 8H and 8-1 English classes. They visited The Morgan Library for a guided tour of the Tolkien Exhibition. The students learned more about Tolkien’s life and how he created the worlds, cultures, languages, …

March 12, 2019

 

 

Testimonials

Commencement 2018

How are your dinner table conversations?

Science and Everyday Life

What does one do with Algebra?

Can History help the present?

Lin-Manuel Miranda at York

 

Headmasters Thoughts March 2019

Parenting, as a verb, came into widespread usage in the 1970s. The definition can be vague, and, in the end, each parent has to decide what the concept means for them. The big question is how they can bring up their child to best succeed in a modern competitive, anxious, and sometimes dangerous society, with the increased pressures of technology and social media? I do know that my generation was not “parented” in the way the word has come to be understood. Let me give you an example. My mother-in-law, Jayme’s mother, is sitting at a window with a friend…

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