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    A Campus School

    Although our campus has a pastoral quality, Roxbury Latin has always been a city school with a firm connection to Boston and its residents.

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    In The Lab

    Roxbury Latin seeks to form men of integrity who want to do something great with their lives.

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    Work & Play

    Roxbury Latin boys work hard and play hard.

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    Individuality

    We cherish our boys for their individuality and encourage them to develop their fullest selves…

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    A Boys' School

    Boys in a boys’ school are freer to develop the full spectrum of their personalities.

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    In Their Interest

    While we are alert to what is most effective in educating boys, we dare to define what is in the best interest of our boys…

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    Beaver Brook redux for sophomores

    Sophomores and sixies both have their day in the sun at the start of the year—sophomores at Camp Burgess and sixies at Beaver Brook. See photos of the excursions at Camp Burgess, and Beaver Brook.

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    Summer is not "business as usual" for LEAD students

    Derek DaSilva and Isaias Cardona-Lopez got their feet wet this summer in leadership, commerce, management, and marketing through LEAD, a national program that brings together rising high school seniors to explore the world of business.

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    Winners and losers: both stand to gain

    Churchill once noted that “success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” Headmaster Kerry Brennan brought this and other examples to bear on the topic of winning and losing in his Opening of Fall Term address.

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    Wyoming Wilderness Adventure

    A group of seven rising seniors journeyed to northwestern Wyoming with no previous experience but lots of enthusiasm for an extensive trip through the region’s wild areas.

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September23

Hall: Jarvis International Speaker, Former Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico

(Dress day for all students) 10:00am - 10:40am
October14

Doctor Faustus: American Shakespeare Center Performance

Berman Artist in Residence 1:00pm
October28

Daland Concert: The Klemperer Trio

Rousmaniere Hall 7:30pm
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November2

Festival of Men's Choruses

7:00pm
November3

Parents' Auxiliary Meeting

Refectory – Refreshments @ 7pm 7:30pm
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