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Kindergarten - Grade 9 in Southborough, MA

Fay Magazine: Summer 2023


Meet our ninth graders, learn about how our alumni are changing the world for the better, and read our Commencement supplement.


List of 12 news stories.

  • Head's Notebook: Dwelling in Possibility

    What will you do next?” As someone who has believed that many of my proudest accomplishments have resulted from careful planning, I admit to being slightly uncomfortable not having a definitive answer to this frequently asked question during the past few weeks.
  • The Adventurer: Jonathan Sprague ’93

    As Director of Conservation for Pūlama Lānai, Jonathan Sprague has a unique opportunity to oversee restoration and sustainability initiatives on Hawaii’s sixth-largest island.
  • The Guardian: Leslie Reynolds ’82

    Throughout her career with the National Park Service, Leslie Reynolds ’82 has embraced the challenge of protecting wildlife while helping people to recreate safely.
  • The Advocate: Katie Touhey Moore ’86

    As Deputy Vice President of Animal Rescue for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Katie Touhey Moore ’86 facilitates animal rescue efforts on a global scale while also building connections across cultures.
  • Primary School Update: Massachusetts Experts

    If you want to know where to pick cranberries, the best museum for kids in Massachusetts, or where to find the Basketball Hall of Fame, ask a Fay second grader!
  • Lower School Update: Transforming Our World

    Sixth graders explored the power of education to create change as they researched and advocated for solutions to pressing global issues.
  • Upper School Update: Walking Through History

    American history came alive for ninth grade students this winter on a civil rights tour of Georgia and Alabama.
  • Faculty Profile: Philip Montgomery

    Meet Philip Montgomery, who will embark on his thirtieth year of teaching music at Fay this fall. Though he has taught music in all ten grades, he currently teaches kindergarten through grade four and leads after-school piano and ukulele clubs. 
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Co-Education at Fay

    Fay marks a milestone with a morning of shared reflections and hands-on activities.
  • Let It Shine

    Innovation and Design students lit up the Center for Creativity and Design (CC&D) this year as they learned about circuitry and used that knowledge to inspire original designs.
  • Bringing Their Father Home: Carine Kanimba ’09

    Carine Kanimba ’09 reflects on the safe homecoming of her father, humanitarian Paul Rusesabagina, after more than two years of advocacy on his behalf.
  • The Ultimate Endeavor: Rhonda-T Warren ’80

    Rhonda-T Warren ’80 has turned her passion for animal welfare and veganism into action by founding and running Terra Farm Sanctuary.
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