- <div class="spotlight news-amp-media spotlight-image the-student-experience wonder" style="background-image:url('/live/image/gid/4/width/1440/9775_22099371245_b97c54d6db_o.rev.1498599891.jpg'); background-position-y: 48%;"><div class="container spotlight-inner"><div class="spotlight-caption">Menlo School homecoming football game. Photo by Pete Zivkov.</div></div><div class="spotlight-word-wrapper"><div class="spotlight-word" style="left: 8%; top: 1%; width: %;"/></div></div>
Sean ’23 and his sister Sophia authored and illustrated a book, ABCs of Coronavirus, to help children understand the pandemic. Their work has become a global phenomenon. The Almanac spoke to the authors about finding hope amidst tragedy.
Menlo faculty and staff pulled out all the stops this summer to assemble lab kits for science and engineering classes, allowing students to participate in engaging, hands-on work from home. The Coat of Arms has the story.
On Monday, Aug. 31, the Upper School gathered for its first-ever Virtual Opening Day Assembly—watch the festivities and remarks from Than Healy here.
Menlo School has a long and proud athletic tradition. Our teams compete in the West Bay Athletic League and the Peninsula Athletic League..
New photo galleries on Flickr