Congressional School Blog

Impromptu Science

Helping 8th Graders Find the "Right-Fit" High School

Professional Development at Congressional School

Written By: Brent Hinrichs, Associate Head of School and Director of Lower and Middle School

Project Based Learning

by Denise Yassine, 5th and 6th Grade History Teacher

Art Multiplication

Multi-disciplinary learning, blending learning between subjects, is of the strategies that Congressional takes to instill a deeper understanding of a topic for our students. When Mrs. Brock, our middle school art teacher, saw one of the techniques

Movement and Learning

by Kim O'Neil, Assistant Head of School and Director of Early Childhood and Primary School

Pumpkin Math

With autumn upon us, classes across our Primary School program have been pulling in signs of fall into the curriculum, and Mrs. Turk's Kindergarten class has been no exception. Pumpkins are seemingly one of the key elements to fall. They are

Fall Festival 2016

Thinking Like Engineers

By Todd Friedman

Community Helpers in Small Sizes

This week, in Ms. Rice’s Junior Kindergarten class the students continued their ongoing study of community helpers. They discussed the many different people who work every day in the communities, and the class was particularly interested in

Fourth Grade Still Life Collages