New Roots students (4) and staff (6) joined 4 other schools to collaborate and develop a cohesive four-year sequence that integrates meaningful mission-driven fieldwork and projects while emphasizing college and career preparation and community engagement.
New Roots students played their steel drums to celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Orinthia Montague, the fourth president of Tompkins Cortland Community College.
Led by Upper School students in 11th grade, we collaborated with Water Resources Institute, Toxics Targeting, and others to demonstrate what’s possible if we set our intention on clean water for all people.
Our community demonstrated support for school safety by honoring the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the March 14th national walkout.
Boyton Middle School invited our students to perform live during a school-wide celebration and present workshops on the history and development of the steel drum.
We’re now accepting online applications through the enrollment page of our website. We invite all community members with students aged 12-18 to consider New Roots as an option for secondary education.