Jemicy Upper school physics students built and fired of model rockets with the guidance and expertise of a school parent.
The Upper School student body spread throughout the Baltimore area for a day of volunteering, performing helpful and worthwhile services for various causes and organizations including The Loading Dock, Real Food Farm, Moveable Feast, Maryland Council for Special Equestrians, Jemicy’s Snack Shack, Jewish Community Center, Irvine Nature Center, Habitat for Humanity, and Art with a Heart.
Students shared their original essays and poems during the annual Coffee House event, held at the Evergreen Café in Roland Park. Students, parents, and faculty enjoyed a terrific evening, sponsored by the English Department, filled with a fantastic selection of creative, evocative, and powerful written work.
Students in the Jaunt Club are constructing kayaks with the guidance of a former Jemicy parent. The construction project and subsequent excursions are intended to develop environmental stewardship, leadership, and athleticism through participation in a “lifetime” adventure sport.