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  • Additional Senior Dinner Guest — The Crefeld School
    and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Congratulations Class of 2016 We are so excited to be honoring and celebrating your senior with your family the whole Crefeld community In order to properly prepare for the Senior Dinner and Graduation ceremony all families must fill out the below form by Wednesday May 4 Senior Dinner All seniors and their families are asked to attend Senior Dinner on Wednesday June 8 2016 6 9pm This year s Senior Dinner will be held at Chubb Hotel Conference Center 800 Ridge Pike Lafayette Hill PA Each senior receives a total of 3 complimentary tickets one for her himself and two for parents and or family members Additional tickets may be purchased at a cost of 82 per person All senior families must RSVP including any additional guests by Monday May 16 Please use the form below to RSVP for your graduate s three complimentary seats and use the purchase option below that to add any additional guests You will need to select an entree for each guest attending either in the form or the purchase option during checkout Senior Dinner Menu First Course Semplice Salad Organic Baby Greens Shaved Red Onion Grapefruit White Balsamic Second Course Choice of Free Range Half Roasted Chicken Fingerling Potato Honey Glazed Carrots Truffle Currant Jus Organic Skuna Bay Salmon Balsamic Lentil Salad Horseradish Curled Scallion Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette Red Wine Braised Short Rib Crispy Parsnip Cake Shaved Truffle Artichokes Pea Shoots Spinach and Manchego Empanada Artichoke and

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/senior-dinner-graduation/additional-senior-dinner-guest (2016-04-30)
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  • English — The Crefeld School
    Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog English About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School Forms Net Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Crefeld s course offerings in the English Department can change from year to year Below are examples of English courses offered in the past few years Identities in Literature Identities in Literature Intensive Perspectives in Literature Perspectives in Literature Intensive Discoveries in World Literature Discoveries in World Literature Intensive British and Colonial Literature British and Colonial Literature Intensive Each of these courses works towards mastery in analytical reading discussion and writing clarity and organization In addition students prepare for graduation exhibitions in Literary Analysis Persuasive Essay and Research Paper Students may also choose an English elective during the school year Recent English electives include Creative Writing Poetry Digital Storytelling About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/english (2016-04-30)
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  • History — The Crefeld School
    Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog History About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School Forms Net Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Crefeld s course offerings in the History Department can change from year to year Below are examples of History courses offered recently US History Identity and Choices US History Identity and Choices Intensive Global Issues Global Issues Intensive World Religions World Religions Intensive US History Government US History Government intensive Each of these courses works towards mastery in analytical reading discussion research and writing clarity and organization In addition students prepare for graduation exhibitions in Research Paper Civics Persuasive Essay and History Oral Exam Students may also choose a History elective during the school year Recent History electives include Military History Latin America Myths and Folklore About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/history (2016-04-30)
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  • Science — The Crefeld School
    of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Science About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School Forms Net Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Crefeld s course offerings in the Science Department can change from year to year Below are examples of Science courses offered in the past few years Biology Biology Intensive Physics Physics Intensive Environmental Science Environmental Science Intensive Chemistry Chemistry Intensive Each of these courses works towards mastery in research discussion laboratory skills and writing clarity and organization In addition students prepare for the Science Project graduation exhibition Students may also choose a Science elective during the school year Recent Science electives include Advanced topics in Physics Advanced topics in Biology Astronomy About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/science (2016-04-30)
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  • Math — The Crefeld School
    Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Math About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School Forms Net Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Math at The Crefeld School Students are expected to complete 3 years of Math in high school Many students will graduate having completed coursework in Algebra 1 Geometry and Algebra 2 Others choose to continue with Math through their senior year Potential sequences in math from least to most rigorous are as follows Each of these courses works towards mastery in a variety of math skills In addition students prepare for graduation exhibitions in Math About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/math (2016-04-30)
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  • Foreign Language — The Crefeld School
    Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Foreign Language About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School Forms Net Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Students are expected to complete two consecutive years of Foreign Language in high school Currently we are able to offer Spanish I Spanish II and Spanish III Students who wish to continue their study of Spanish beyond Spanish III and students who wish to study a language other than Spanish can choose from a variety of options including online and instructor led courses at other institutions About Welcome Mission and History Progressive Education School Profile Employment Contact and Directions Admissions Welcome Viewbook Apply Now Open House Schedule Request More Information Tuition and Financial Aid Trustees Scholarship Life Extracurriculars Lunch Service School

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/foreign-language (2016-04-30)
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  • Advisory — The Crefeld School
    Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Advisory At Crefeld full time teachers act as Advisors to small groups of students Each Crefeld student is assigned to an Advisory group upon entering the school and will remain with this group throughout their duration at Crefeld We take great care in choosing the best possible Advisory placement for each individual student An Advisor s goal is to get to know all relevant aspects of the student s life as well as possible and to guide their Advisee toward successful academic and personal growth Advisories meet as a group twice daily for a total of 25 minutes During this time students work with their Advisors to set and meet academic and personal goals and check in with each other frequently to mark progress An Advisory serves as a home base for students giving them a place where they are always comfortable and a person who can serve as an advocate Overall Advisors serve many functions including the following guiding the Advisee s academic progress serving as the primary line of communication with parents both on a regular basis and when special circumstances arise coordinating teachers grades and comments for report cards arranging for extra assistance for the student when necessary keeping attendance records and approving excused student absences helping students arrange for an appropriate Community Service placement making

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/advisory (2016-04-30)
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  • Community Service Learning — The Crefeld School
    Classroom School Store Photo Gallery Senior Dinner Graduation 2016 Staff Senior Dinner Graduation Form Program Upper School Middle School Graduation by Exhibition College Counseling Advisory Community Service Learning Spring Minicourses Learning Emotional Support Outward Bound Permaculture Center People Faculty and Staff Board of Trustees Support Ways to Give Annual Fund Donate Now Pennsylvania Tax Credit Programs School Store Biennial Auction Alumni Welcome Request a Transcript Keep Us Updated Glass Studio The Crefeld Glass Studio Register For Classes Hours Rentals Lessons Rules and Terms of Use Pickup Schedule Summer Art Programs for Teens George s Blog Community Service Learning Community Service Learning is an integral component of each student s learning experience at Crefeld Service learning is a form of experiential learning where students apply academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to address genuine community needs At Crefeld we believe it s important to prepare our students to fulfill their responsibilities as citizens Once a week during the school year we commit the entire school community Middle School through Upper School as well as faculty and staff to this goal through a weekly course called Community Service Learning CSL Individual CSLs focus on many issues including elder services urban education preserving the natural environment animal rights global warming and hunger The action that each group decides to take may include direct service to the community writing to and lobbying elected officials persuading Crefeld families to become more conscious of issues or petitioning the school administration to alter programs or practices In addition to the CSL groups run by Crefeld Faculty and Staff we also allow students to explore other issues through Independent Community Service These students work with a faculty member to guide their choice and make sure that they are getting the most out of their outside placement Our vision

    Original URL path: http://www.crefeld.org/community-service-learning (2016-04-30)
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