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Grade 8 in Rome

Posted on March 7, 2018

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Eighth graders are on the second day of their 10-day Italian Study Tour, a signature experience for the graduating class. The tour includes visits to Rome, Assisi and Florence where the boys are able to see in person paintings, scultpure, and architecture they have studied about in their humanities class. To deepen their understanding, the boys keep individual journals in which they sketch various works and make reflections in writing.

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