The latest issue of Santa Catalina School's biannual magazine, the Bulletin, has been published online.
Among the highlights of the Spring/Summer issue:
Assistant Dean of Students Natalie Burke '99 reflects on how the strength of our relationships helped students adapt to distance learning.
Assistant Head of Upper School Peter Myers goes deep into our new Advanced Topics courses, which offer college-level studies inspired by the passions of Catalina students and the expertise of our teachers.
We profile alumnae doing extraordinary work in science:
- Sally Mackenzie '77, a plant scientist at Pennsylvania State University
- Devynn Wulstein '14, a doctoral student in marine science at the University of Hawaii
- Katherine Glover '97, a geoscientist at the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine
- Jessica Koehne '96, who runs the nano-biosensor development lab at NASA's Ames Research Center
To read these features, plus campus news and athletics updates, head over to Issuu.
Editor's Note: An earlier edition of the Bulletin incorrectly acknowledged the founder of the school's robotics program. The program was founded by Madison Gong '18.