Archer's "Brave" music video won a 2020 CASE Circle of Excellence Bronze Award. Archer was the only independent school among universities to win in the category this year and in the history of the category, which was introduced in 2017.
Archer Athletics commemorated the 2019-2020 season and senior athletes with an Athletics Digital Celebration webpage that included team highlights, a photo slideshow, awards, senior features, and more.
History teacher Ms. Gold was named a Coca-Cola Educator of Distinction in April for her dedication to the field of education! Ms. Gold has been at Archer since 2007, teaching classes such as "Understanding the Contemporary World" and "Ethics and Social Justice."
Archer students and teachers are using remotelearning as an opportunity to stay connected despite being physically apart. From grade-level workouts to interactive Zoom lessons, Archer girls have plenty to look forward to while staying home due to COVID-10 containment efforts.
The 2020 Scholastic Art and WritingAwards recognized two Archer students with national silver medals this week. Student writers and artists from across the country submit their work to the awards, and only those who receive Gold Keys in their region move on to be considered for national medals.
Archer Athletics is shaping up to be a milestone year. Varsity Soccer ended the winter sport season with an unprecedented playoff run in a higher division, setting the tone for a spring season that is already making the Panther Pack proud. Soon, Archer athletes will train and compete in Under Armour uniforms with the Women of Will branding.
Athletic Director Kim Smith and Caitlin Mosch '18 now hold a world record for the most players in a five-a-side soccer exhibition match. They were among 807 athletes in Equal Playing Field's World Record Match in the summer of 2019 to promote peace, inclusion, and every girl’s right to play.
February was a big month for Oracle and Hestia’s Flame adviser Ms. Taylor, who was named one of four national distinguished advisers of the year by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and elected as director of the Journalism Education Association’s Scholastic Press Rights Committee.
The UCLA Daily Bruin recently wrote about UCLA professor and former Archer Board of Trustees Chair Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz's plans to bring her Harvard course on adolescence to Archer, which will be the first school to offer the high school-adapted course next school year.
LinkedIn spotlighted Assistant Communications Manager Ms. Naheed Rajwani's path to Archer in January as part of its In It Together campaign. The nationally televised video focuses on the former journalist's transition to Archer and features her work with students around campus.
Evolutionary biologist, cardiologist, Archer alumna parent, and former Archer Board of Trustees Chair B. Natterson-Horowitz is partnering with the school to continue her research in evolutionary biology.
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