Even as a sophomore, Hannah Curhan ’23 still benefited from the mentorship of her Middle School Drama Teacher, Ms. Crewdon. During the winter, Crewdon showed Curhan an email from the METG (Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild), calling for submissions to its first-ever monologue contest.
The Wood Program takes place in a well-equipped, historic Wood Studio. The studio is one of America's oldest venues of Sloyd Education. In the studio, students are provided with a unique opportunity to gain a solid foundation in woodworking and design skills. Students design all of their own projects while developing a repertoire of standard and advanced woodworking techniques including the safe and proper use of the power tools in the studio. Projects range from wood turning and cabinet making, to the construction of large furniture pieces. Advanced students explore lathe turning, carving, steam bending, and other advanced woodworking and cabinet making techniques to create a portfolio of individualized projects.