Daniel Chiu Discusses Experiences Competing in Programming Following An Event in Kazakhstan

Daniel Chiu ’17 recently spent a week of his summer in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for an International Informatics competition with fellow programmers he had previously competed with across the country. During his freshman year, Chiu won first place in the National Assessment and Testing’s first annual competition. Along with this, Chiu also experienced various first place […]

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Downsides of Excessive Tutoring at Catlin Gabel

According to a recent CatlinSpeak survey, of 111 Upper School students, 45 percent of students have had or currently work with a tutor. The Learning Center and the many tutors it provides, are important resources available for Catlin Gabel students. The tutoring system’s contribution to student learning and understanding at Catlin Gabel is significant. However, […]

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CGSA Presidential Candidates Forum: A Recap

CGSA Presidential candidates answered anonymous questions on Tuesday, April 21. Each candidate answered questions regarding their experience, interests as president, and potential changes to the current system. “I have experience getting to know different people through different things I’ve done at school,” said Ian McClanan ’16, naming sports, music and Startup Camp as his areas […]

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