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At Derryfield, the idea is to become not just the best student you can be, but also the best person you can be. Arts, athletics, community service, and student organizations all present ways for students to pursue individual interests, develop leadership and interpersonal skills, make lasting friendships, and enjoy the many rewards of being a part of something greater than oneself. Student life at Derryfield is busy, challenging, fun, inspiring, and energizing all at the same time. The opportunities to discover and fulfill your potential as a member of our community are endless. That's because at Derryfield we want you to be yourself, only better.
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Complete Fifty Acts
12/17/2014
Fifty is a milestone in many ways, and many see it as an event to celebrate. What started out as an idea amongst a handful of parents who wanted something more educationally for their children, a thriving lasting community grew, and thus Derryfield has reached the fifty year milestone. ...

On Trial...
12/17/2014
The Derryfield Mock Trial team gave it their all this weekend, competing at the Bishop Guertin Invitational this past Saturday, and coming away with recognition for a job well done...

An Hour of Code... and More
12/17/2014
The week of December 8-14 was Computer Science Education Week. In recognition of that, Derryfield’s Middle School math classes participated in the “Hour of Code” worldwide project that introduces students to computer programming....

The Importance of Simply Saying Hello
12/17/2014
As we look ahead to the impending two-week break, the excitement of the holidays and desire for some down time is increasingly palpable here at school. This can be a busy and stressful week as students scramble to complete projects and study for assessments in many of their classes..

Remembering the Spirit of the Holidays!
12/16/2014
What a paradoxical time for middle schoolers.  Most are positioned somewhere between the “magic” of the season and the concept of sacrifice and the joys of gift giving that is the hallmark of seasonal religious traditions from Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanzaa to Ramadan to Yule. It’s easy for teens and tweens to get a bit self-centered around the holidays....
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