Person reading a book with a cup of coffee

As we head into the winter break and the gifting season, I thought I would share my most recent reads. Erik Larson’s portrait of Churchill is really a fascinating read.…

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Student sitting in the quad calling their representatives

In high school, a donut bribe goes a long way. This year, the CRMS Environmental Club has a new focus: political action. Every Wednesday after household jobs, you can find…

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Buddhist statue at the Zen Center Crestone, CO

Wednesday and Thursday, November 4 and 5; fourteen of my Eastern Philosophy & Religion students participated in a two-evening seminar with Christian Dillo Roshi, the Director and Main Teacher of…

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Summer Bucket List

1. Have a backyard campout. Pitch a tent or sleep under the stars. If you have a firepit, toast some s’mores for dessert! 2. Spend the day outdoors, hiking a…

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Colorado Rocky Mountain School student Sarah Teague, a graduating senior who will be attending Yale University, was recently selected as one of 2,500 seniors across the country to be awarded…

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During a time of significant uncertainty, one thing is for sure—young people are our future. We look to them for inspiration, we want to know their opinions, and we trust…

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On Friday, May 8, 2020, 9th- 11th graders embarked on Project Day – a choose your own adventure learning expedition! Colorado Rocky Mountain School students engaged in a fantastic array…

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Now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. Ashley Smith, CRMS Director of Counseling is sharing some tips to help you and your family through this uncertain…

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This article has been shared from the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkley. Teens are not made for isolation, which makes COVID-19 especially hard on them. Here’s how to…

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