Soccer Tops Previously Undefeated Hoosac, Still Unbeaten vs Preps

On October 27th, Boys’ Soccer Team traveled to St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY and were split into two teams to compete against Winstar Academy U19 and Appleby College. [Read more…]

10 Things You Might Not Know About Northwood School

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A postcard depicting Northwood School circa 1943.

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Soccer Team Remains Undefeated Against Prep Opponents

Northwood’s boys soccer team, ranked second in the nation by Top Drawer Soccer, traveled to Boston, MA this weekend for two matches against prep school opponents.

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Prince Loney-Bailey ’19 in action vs Loomis Chaffee School in recent soccer action (Photo provided).

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Humans of Northwood: Yun Tung (Tonio) Chan

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Yun Tung (Tonio) Chan ’20 (Photo: Prince Loney-Bailey)

I am from a city called Ma On Shan in Hong Kong. I came to Northwood because it is a great opportunity that I did not want to turn down. I miss a lot of things back home, like the foods I used to eat, my family and friends, and even my home culture. The culture here is much different than how it was back home. Even though it’s different than what I’m used to, I really like the small town of Lake Placid because it’s a place where a lot of people and tourists come to see the beautiful scenery.

Humans of Northwood: Kenji Mboma

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Kenji Mboma ’20 (Photo: Prince Loney-Bailey)

I am from a small town right next to Paris called Marcq in France. I chose to come to Northwood because I wanted to explore and have the opportunity to be able to go to school in America. I do miss my routines, my family, and friends back at home. Since I arrived here at Northwood, I have had to get used to being able to see all of these trees and the mountains in the horizon, because back in France there aren’t many open areas with trees and mountains that you could see. My ultimate goal is to become a professional soccer player, and I believe being here at Northwood, where I can play soccer at a high level, will help me get closer to achieving my goal.

Students Enjoy the New Turf Scene

The new turf field here at Northwood has been a great addition to our school. Before the turf became apart of our school, the space was used for indoor tennis courts. The turf is frequently being used by many students every day. From laying down and relaxing to kicking a ball between a few friends, the turf is a great space that can be used for many different things. [Read more…]

Get to Know the New Multicultural Affairs Office

Downstairs in the student center, where the ping-pong tables and vending machines used to be, is the new Office of Multicultural Affairs. This is the first year of the Multicultural Affairs Office. The dean of the Multicultural Affairs is Mr. Kelvin Martinez with the help from Mr. Woo Jeon. [Read more…]

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