Come to share, discover, and connect with our school community - over drink and food in the informal, round-table setting of our Community Salon Series! These free community events are part of our wider Urban Engagement Program and feature members of our school community, sharing their expertise and spearheading conversation. It is geared towards parents, faculty/staff, alumni and upper school students interested in the salon's theme.
Our next Salon will take place on February 12th - New Frontiers in the Sciences: from Biotech to Particle Physics - with parent speakers: Amanda Kahn-Kirby and Philippe Grenier.
The doors open at 6pm, with formal sharing from 6:15pm-7:30pm. More informal conversation may extend beyond. The event itself is free and free childcare (with food) is available from 6-8:00 for students, PK-8th grade.
RSVP form forthcoming
Our second Salon took place on November 28th in the Arts Pavillion. The event featured two parent speakers, prominent in the field, Ximena Ares and Brian Ferrall.
Our salon series launched on October 16, with about 60 faculty, staff, parents and students sharing in conversation on the theme of civic and political engagement. The evening featured parent speakers Andrea Dew Steele, founder of Engage America, and Mark Mullen, founder/CEO of BeTheWave, and was moderated by Urban Engagement Coordinator, Michelle Haner and International High School senior and founder of Bay Area Student Activists, Zoe Benjamin.