While the Fay athletics program is an excellent place for a student to start their athletic career or try something new, it is also a program that supports elite athletes who want to compete at a high level at Fay and beyond.
In June, the Fay community celebrated the retirement of Head of Lower School Lainie Schuster and her twenty-seven years of dedicated service. At an online celebration in Lainie’s honor, Head of School Rob Gustavson shared the following remarks.
This spring, the Fay community gathered at an online celebration to pay tribute to Stuart Rosenwald, who retired this year following a 40-year career at Fay. Head of School Rob Gustavson shared the following remarks.
Given that students at Fay during the 2020-2021 school year lived through a unique moment in history with COVID-19, we asked alumni to reflect on their memories of historical events that took place while they were at Fay. Here’s what they told us.
Writing a personal memoir was never something that interested Maryanne O’Hara, but when she lost her daughter Caitlin O’Hara ’98 to cystic fibrosis in 2016, it became a way to find meaning and purpose amid devastating loss.
The Gap Year Gang: With college acceptances in their pockets, Caleb Reske '17 Jack Griffin '17 deferred college for a year and hatched a plan to make a NOBO (north-bound) trip up the Appalachian Trail.
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