Monthly Archives: July 2010

#57-53: The Indoor Arena, the International Clocks, Baking in Faculty Apartments, Senior Sale, Ceramics.

#57: The Indoor Arena.

Outdoor trails are great in the summer…and everyone loves the first time they get to ride in the outdoor paddocks in the Spring…but come winter there is nothing at the barn that is more appreciated than the indoor arena (well, ok maybe the horses are more appreciated). If you have the added bonus of a heated viewing lounge it’s even better!

#56: The International Clocks.

Wondering what time it is in China? Just stop by our international clocks and you’ll know in a second!


#55: Baking in Faculty Apartments.

I can remember baking numerous cookies in Miriam’s and Cathy’s apartments when I was a student. Now, I welcome the girls into my apartment all the time. Brownies, cookies, nachos and cakes…you name it we’ve probably made it! It’s  nice to be able to whip up something yummy on a rainy afternoon!

#54: Senior Sale.

A yearly tradition where the seniors skim the excess from their wardrobes before they head off for college. It’s always chock full of great finds for your wardrobe or dorm room.

#53: Ceramics.

Ceramics was hands down one of the most popular art electives when I was a student and it still is. With four wheels and a kiln on campus our students are able to learn the art of pottery from production through decoration!

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#62-58: StuCo, the Swing, Senior Haunted House, Dancers/Riders/Athletes, Tennis Courts.

#62: StuCo.

From Spearth Day to the dress code StuCo is involved in all aspects of life here at SBS. These elected student leaders are an important part of the community of SBS and the provide the student body with a voice in many of the decisions that have the greatest impact on the student body.

#61: The Swing. Check out the previous post to see exactly why it’s so important to SBS.

#60: Senior Haunted House.

Always thrilling, spine-tingling and a little bit funny, the annual senior haunted house gives the senior class the chance to scare the underclassmen and faculty with intricate plots and just a bit of gore. Accompanied by the annual Halloween bonfire and costume contest, the Senior Haunted House is always a favorite with students and faculty alike.

#59: Dancers/Riders/Athletes.

The words dancer, rider, or athlete are just a few of the ways that our students define themselves. Every Stoneleigh-Burnham girl is complex and multi-talented…and they are what defines the culture of the school.

#58: Tennis Courts.

Whether you’re looking for a way to pass the time…or you’re an accomplished competitor, having tennis courts on campus is a plus. They sit atop a sunny hillside and provide an excellent way to spend an afternoon.

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