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Edward Richards sums up the entire process by which one can learn from his surroundings in a simple poem. “A wise old owl sat on an oak; the more he saw the less he spoke; the less he spoke the more he heard; why aren't we like that wise old bird?” This poses an interesting question. Why aren't we like that owl?
When I got back to school, the first thing on my mind was seeing them and telling them how much I missed them.
Webb’s production of The Fifteen Minute Hamlet and The Real Inspector Hound were absolutely astounding to watch. I could the feel the energy in the crowd...
When you choose a boarding school, you have to be comfortable and happy in knowing that the school you choose is the right one for you.
It’s exam week and things are crazy at the Webb School! Thankfully we got to make the transition between work and more work with Webb’s annual Lessons and Carols.
The Junior class visited colleges for our field study. We went to seven schools: Sewanee (TN), MTSU (TN), Oglethorpe (GA), Emory (GA), Vanderbilt (TN), UT-Chattanooga (TN), and Watkins (TN).
In the end, it didn't feel like I was "working"... it felt more like I was having fun.
I think I speak for the entire ninth grade class when I say the field studies was a blast.
After the first year, I transferred to a boarding school. Life became very different. Life is amazing here at The Webb School. I have much more freedom, but I also have more responsibility.
For many Webb students, fall means one thing: Webbstock. Webbstock is an outdoor concert held in front of the Junior Room at which students can perform, solo or with their band
So the weekend came and I was excited, but had no idea what no expect, because I had never been to Georgia. Surprisingly, the first thing we did the day after we got there was cut down a tree using parachute rope and a chainsaw.
Being selected as a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist is a huge honor, and I’m extremely grateful to Webb for having prepared me for it.
Lisa Shannon, the founder of Run for Congo Women, came to speak at The Webb School as part of our Follin Speaker Series and the whole school attended. Ms. Shannon spoke to us about her charity and the difference we could make in the world by simply hoping and believing that we can.
Last Friday morning, the majority of the student body of Webb stumbled out of bed at 4 am to gather in the Dining Hall and prepare for a long and exciting day
Aaron Solomon with Channel 4 asked to interview me to be a part of the feature on "Cool Schools" and he wanted to know why I think Webb is a cool school.
Webb means a lot to me. I’ve learned so much here and had so many unique opportunities by being a part of this community.
I am a freshman this year, and this is my first year to play on the varsity soccer team.
When I first came to Webb I didn't know anybody, but Webb can change that.
I came to Webb as a result of my search for a better school environment and more rigorous academics. After visiting, I knew Webb was for me. I was right.
Webb has been a blessing to me. My Webb education will give me access to all the best colleges in the country.
As the first semester drew to a close, there was one word that resonated through the minds of all Webb students: exams.
Just this morning I learned--or, rather, remembered--how utterly terrifying it can be to move to a new school, with new people and new classes and new...everything. Today was Visitors’ Day.
It was my first time in a sit-in kayak, so I was very excited. I had wanted to go in a sit-in kayak for nearly an entire year. I was very nervous at the put-in, especially sitting in the kayak at the water’s edge. When I went in the water, I was very surprised as how tippy the boat was, but also how much more maneuverable it was than a sit-on-top.
I am your average, warm-blooded, Caribbean teenage girl. Unable to go home for Thanksgiving, I chose to go northwest to the frozen tundra in Ohio. While some may say it may not have been the wisest of actions, bearing the twenty-seven degree weather provided its rewards.
This weekend boarders were given the opportunity to volunteer at the 2nd Harvest Food Band for about four hours. They played music the whole time and everyone had a blast; we talked, hung out, met new people, and, best of all, got to help people we had never even met before.
Last Friday night the Webb Football team went to play their second football game in history. The score was 36-7 and the game was ours!
This summer was a great one for The Webb Company Players. On Friday morning we boarded a train for Edinburgh, Scotland (yes we were right beside platform 9 and 3/4).
The biggest thing that struck me since I have been at Webb is how pleasant the people are, students and teachers alike. That was a big reason why I chose Webb as my school.
This year we voted on the North Carolina-area and visited nine schools.
We always have games, movies, cookie and ice creams in his house.
This Sunday I was doing a scavenger hunt as one of the weekly activities. Mr. Schaffer, my dorm-parent and geometry teacher was leading a photo scavenger hunt.
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