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Institutional research practitioners who participate in the Summer Fellows Lab hosted by Maret are trailblazing ways to crunch the numbers, analyze the data, and support their communities in leveraging it effectively.
The Maret campus was bustling with activity throughout the summer as students and teachers joyfully greeted one another at the start of each day. But this wasn’t just any summer school experience—it was Horizons at Maret. Horizons' six-week summer enrichment program helps a diverse group of K-8 children develop a lifelong interest in learning, advances academic gains over the summer, and improves achievement in school.
How do you top a season where you mounted one of the greatest comebacks in Maret’s sporting history, rallying from a 6-0 deficit to upset the #1 ranked team 7-6 and snatch the DCSAA State Softball Championship title? The 2022 softball team followed it up with a 15-2 record, bulldozing through the ISL A Division undefeated and securing both the ISL A regular season and tournament championships—setting the stage to defend their DCSAA State Softball Championship title.
The Maret School Board of Trustees announced today that Dennis Bisgaard will be Maret’s next Head of School beginning July 1, 2023. His appointment follows a national search for a successor to Head of School Marjo Talbott, who will be retiring June 30, 2023 after 29 years of extraordinary service to the school.
InLight’s network of student changemakers is wide and connected by a single mission: to tell untold stories and change the status quo. In November, Executive Director Ishaan Barrett ’22 and Director of Development Emma Vaughan ’22 secured a $1,000 operating grant from Greater Washington Community Foundation.
When the calendar turns to February at Maret, the hallways in the Upper School begin to fill with posters of Black trailblazers, kicking off a jam-packed Black History Month.
Congratulations to our winter sports teams and coaches on another outstanding season filled with excitement and accomplishments!
This year, Chip Krese ’23 played at Carnegie Hall for the second time. As a ninth-grader, he played in the Honors Band, and this February he was selected, along with other young musicians from around the world, to play in the Honors Orchestra under the direction of conductor Kirt Mosier.