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  • March 3Spring Break! March 20-24

  • March 3Town & Country Chamber of Commerce luncheon, March 15

  • March 3Parent Coffee this Thursday, March 9 (Youth Room)

  • Students explore technical college

    Students explore technical college

    Story and captions by Molly Caro, Photo Editor

    February 25, 2017

    In February, students from Miriam Academy visited Ranken Technical College, where students learn by creating and fixing things. It's still college -- with books, homework and tests -- but it's mostly hands-on training that prepares students for a variety of jobs. Ranken is aggressively trying to ...

    Kendall Chamberlin and Austin Sams pause for a moment during their tour of Ranken Technical College.

  • Backup plan proves successful on Washington, Missouri field trip

    Backup plan proves successful on Washington, Missouri field trip

    Story and captions by Maria Inman, Arts & Entertainment Editor

    February 25, 2017

    On a cold and gloomy Friday morning, Miriam Academy staff, students and parents all gathered at the Kirkwood train station, awaiting a ride to an original pioneer trading post. But all of them were clueless of what unexpected things this trip had in store for them. Everyone boarded the train in a...

    Nick Lewis enjoys the first train ride of his life during the visit to Washington, Missouri.

  • Students to build pinhole cameras to view solar eclipse in August

    Students to build pinhole cameras to view solar eclipse in August

    Story and captions by Jake Wilson, Reporter

    February 25, 2017

    On Monday, August 21, Miriam Academy students will do something that no human being has done in this area since before Columbus sailed to America. With pinhole cameras in hand, students will march up to the big field and watch the biggest event in St. Louis: the great american solar eclipse. “I've...

    Students will make pinhole cameras to view the solar eclipse in August.

  • Robotics to start in March

    Robotics to start in March

    Story and captions by Emma Hente, Managing Editor

    February 25, 2017

    Two dozen students and staff packed inside the Humanities classroom to hear a presentation about the robotics program which will start at Miriam Academy next month. Jeff Pitts, a retired engineer and now one of the leader of the Clavius Project, gave the presentation. The Clavius Project provides...

    In March, students at Miriam Academy will add Robotics to their list of extracurricular activities.

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