As we at Seven Arrows connect with the Earth and our environment through our edible garden curriculum, our green initiatives, our recent Earth Day festivities, science hikes, Earth-friendly Ethical Leadership projects, and now our Environmental Outdoor Education (EOE) trips that immerse our students in...

The coming of spring is truly a celebratory time at Seven Arrows (and arguably everywhere in the northern hemisphere!) as we are reminded of our deep connections to nature. ! The coming months will be marked with various expressions of this connection to the earth...

We found the below New York Times article written by author Thomas Friedman of the fabulous bestseller The World is Flat so fascinating, especially while we are still abuzz from the aftermaths of the Masquerade. The article makes an interesting empirical connection between resource-less...

Children today reach puberty earlier and adulthood later. The result: A lot of teenage weirdness. This highly relevant topic regarding the lengthier amount of time spent in puberty and pre- adulthood is increasingly relevant in the elementary school setting as puberty’s onslaught seems to be...

You may have heard more frequent rumblings around campus -- and perhaps as a general buzz ‘on the street’ -- regarding “mindfulness” in education. This year, we have been immersing ourselves in the rich literature and research that speaks to the benefits of mindfulness practices...

How important are human rights? Long before the phrase “human rights” came into existence, men and women fought and died for basic human freedoms. In fact, this struggle has lasted thousands of years and still continues today. Ultimately, human rights are the basis of everything...

Black History is celebrated each February in the United States and at Seven Arrows in honor of the contributions of African Americans in the shaping of our nation’s history. Over the past few years, thanks to the Oh/ Biniak family, our SAE Black History curriculum...

As we gear up to celebrate Black History and the legacy of civil rights, our students are focusing on learning about the meaning and values of human rights. We are using a wonderful curriculum publish by United for Human Rights (read more at humanrights.com) that...