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Ellen Jakovic, DS ’78 selected as Bar Association...

December 6, 2019
Ellen Jakovic, DS ’78 selected as Bar Association of the District of Columbia Lawyer of the Year! Doane Stuart is...
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Mr. H. Runs His 8th JFK 50 Mile!

November 26, 2019
Mr. H. Completes His 8th JFK 50 Mile Run Mr. H. does it again.  Completing his 8th JFK 50 Mile Run. ...
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Fall 2019 Sports Recap

November 7, 2019
Fall 2019 Sports Recap As we reflect on the Fall 2019 Sports Season, we observe more Doane Stuart students participating...
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Student Testimonials
The true measure of a Doane Stuart education is our success in graduating individuals who possess a lifelong love of learning and who are ready for the rigors of college and the active work of life. A well-rounded education includes teaching students to see the world through the eyes of others, regardless of their gender, religion, race, or background.
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No Place for Hate

That is a designation repeatedly given to Doane Stuart by the Anti-Defamation League for being a school that promotes community, monitors and confronts bullying, and includes sportsmanship and character as a key component of academics and athletics.

That is a designation repeatedly given to Doane Stuart by the Anti-Defamation League for being a school that promotes community, monitors and confronts bullying, and includes sportsmanship and character as a key component of academics and athletics.

That is a designation repeatedly given to Doane Stuart by the Anti-Defamation League for being a school that promotes community, monitors and confronts bullying, and includes sportsmanship and character as a key component of academics and athletics.

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Financial Aid

A Doane Stuart education is surprisingly affordable. Doane Stuart has a history of enrolling students from all different races, ethnicities, religions, genders and socio-economic backgrounds.

A Doane Stuart education is surprisingly affordable. Doane Stuart has a history of enrolling students from all different races, ethnicities, religions, genders and socio-economic backgrounds.

A Doane Stuart education is surprisingly affordable. Doane Stuart has a history of enrolling students from all different races, ethnicities, religions, genders and socio-economic backgrounds.

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Interfaith

Doane Stuart is a non-denominational school whose Interfaith model fosters global understanding and cultural fluency by embracing, teaching, and celebrating a diverse set of beliefs and non-belief.

Doane Stuart is a non-denominational school whose Interfaith model fosters global understanding and cultural fluency by embracing, teaching, and celebrating a diverse set of beliefs and non-belief.

Doane Stuart is a non-denominational school whose Interfaith model fosters global understanding and cultural fluency by embracing, teaching, and celebrating a diverse set of beliefs and non-belief.

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Academics

There are no Advanced Placement courses at Doane Stuart. And the students don’t take any standardized tests. This is a long-standing philosophical and pedagogical decision that ensures that teachers do not need they feel to teach to a test or move a pace counter to their own instinct of what is best for the class.

There are no Advanced Placement courses at Doane Stuart. And the students don’t take any standardized tests. This is a long-standing philosophical and pedagogical decision that ensures that teachers do not need they feel to teach to a test or move a pace counter to their own instinct of what is best for the class.

There are no Advanced Placement courses at Doane Stuart. And the students don’t take any standardized tests. This is a long-standing philosophical and pedagogical decision that ensures that teachers do not need they feel to teach to a test or move a pace counter to their own instinct of what is best for the class.

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Alumni Spotlight: Taking 5
Graham Tichy

I have been lucky enough to live in the Capital Region my entire life, presently in Wynantskill. As “square” as that may sound to the 18-year-old me,

I have been lucky enough to live in the Capital Region my entire life, presently in Wynantskill. As “square” as that may sound to the 18-year-old me,

I have been lucky enough to live in the Capital Region my entire life, presently in Wynantskill. As “square” as that may sound to the 18-year-old me,

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Shay Lahon

Just being in Mr. Febrey’s class! I had the wonderful opportunity of growing up with Mr. Febrey as a Spanish teacher from 7th grade to 12th grade.

Just being in Mr. Febrey’s class! I had the wonderful opportunity of growing up with Mr. Febrey as a Spanish teacher from 7th grade to 12th grade.

Just being in Mr. Febrey’s class! I had the wonderful opportunity of growing up with Mr. Febrey as a Spanish teacher from 7th grade to 12th grade.

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Shahiba Kogut

My kids. I have two healthy and happy children. They give me a sense of joy that’s simply irreplaceable.

My kids. I have two healthy and happy children. They give me a sense of joy that’s simply irreplaceable.

My kids. I have two healthy and happy children. They give me a sense of joy that’s simply irreplaceable.

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Andrew Kauffman

There were many teachers and mentors that inspired me (Patty & Seamus Hodgkinson, Lisa Brown, Michael Green and Drew Levy – to name a few).

There were many teachers and mentors that inspired me (Patty & Seamus Hodgkinson, Lisa Brown, Michael Green and Drew Levy – to name a few).

There were many teachers and mentors that inspired me (Patty & Seamus Hodgkinson, Lisa Brown, Michael Green and Drew Levy – to name a few).

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Linda Cesare MacFarlane

I spent four years living with girls from different countries, different socio-economic backgrounds, and different religious beliefs. I learned to respect people who were different from me, listen to others, and value cultural differences.

I spent four years living with girls from different countries, different socio-economic backgrounds, and different religious beliefs. I learned to respect people who were different from me, listen to others, and value cultural differences.

I spent four years living with girls from different countries, different socio-economic backgrounds, and different religious beliefs. I learned to respect people who were different from me, listen to others, and value cultural differences.

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Ellen Jakovic

With our coaches, John Fitzsimmons and Jim Miggins, our softball team would take road trips to see the New York Yankees play baseball. Those trips were hilarious, with jokes, songs and crazy antics all-around.

With our coaches, John Fitzsimmons and Jim Miggins, our softball team would take road trips to see the New York Yankees play baseball. Those trips were hilarious, with jokes, songs and crazy antics all-around.

With our coaches, John Fitzsimmons and Jim Miggins, our softball team would take road trips to see the New York Yankees play baseball. Those trips were hilarious, with jokes, songs and crazy antics all-around.

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