Engaging Master Classes
From Tuesday, June 1 to Wednesday, June 2, students were able to choose from a myriad of master classes taught by both students and faculty. Master Classes are designed to help students gain exposure to new, interesting and diverse topics; and also to help girls understand why intellectual curiosity and passion for life-long learning are important qualities to maintain throughout their lives. From Ballroom Dancing and Palette Knife Painting, to Karate, to identifying cemetery iconography, there was a Master Class for every student.
The extensive list of Master Classes includes: An Introduction to Annotation and Essay Writing for Fun, APH Cheer!, Cemetery Iconography, Flowers and Frosting, Geocaching, Guitar Basics, Introduction to Ballroom Dancing and Latin Dancing, Palette Knife Painting, Russian and Chocolate, Structural Racism: A Short Primer, The Great American Outdoor Cooking Show, Turning Your Junk Into Yard Art, Vocal Master Class, Art, Drum Circle, Field Study in Public Art in Salem, MA, Intro to Guided Meditation, Karate, Learn to Knit and Crochet, Scrabblemania, The Happiness Experiment, Video Editing, and Waste Not, Want Not: The Fundamentals of Composting.