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Postmortem

A High School Acting Troupe Performance

Famed actor of the character Sherlock Holmes, William Gillette, holds a party for his friends a year to the day his girlfriend died. In this play by Ken Ludwig, Gillette wants to determine if she was she murdered, or did she take her own life? The party guests were all there the night of the death, and each one could have a motive for murder.

Feb. 2-7, 7 p.m., Black Box Theater

Tickets $5 at the door

Fiddler on the Roof - High School Musical

Jan. 23-Jan. 26, 7 p.m., Theater

Performances Tuesday, Jan. 24, Wednesday, Jan. 25 and Thursday, Jan. 26

Tickets are $9.50 and available online at http://www.seatyourself.biz/paideiaschool or at the door.

Summer Camp 2017

Summer camp registration is now available. We hope you come and experience summer fun at Paideia!

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Paideia Students Advance in All-State Band Auditions

Three junior high musicians have advanced to the second round of auditions for the Middle School All-State Band.

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Athletic

Music Man

Students in the junior high and high school perform in annual musical and drama productions each year.

State Champs

Paideia boys’ soccer, ultimate and tennis teams and the girls’ ultimate team were 2016 State Champs.

"My experience at Paideia has been more than a study of iambic pentameter and integrals; my time here has taught me to truly think, both about my own behavior and its effect on the greater world and also about my place in that world and my duty to it.” - Paideia graduate

Volunteering

Parents fill over 3,000 volunteer jobs in a typical year.

“But most of the time, I couldn't have separated the work from the fun.” - Paideia parent

Scholastic Arts & Writing awards

Five Paideia students won national Scholastic Arts and Writing awards in 2016.

Thirty-seven Paideia students won regional Scholastic Arts and Writing awards.

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