Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2014: Every year, our senior class plans a trip to a destination of their choice. With the help of their sponsors, they plan all the details and do most of the communication directly … Continue reading
Our alumni make us proud! ’13 Roeper Alumnus, Spenser Solys, just published an android app that conjugates verbs in their entirety! Check it out. Special thanks to our wonderful Latin teacher, Karen Johnson, for sharing this really cool news!
The latest issue of Keeping In Touch, The Roeper School Community Magazine, is available online.
The results from the Saturday, December 14, 2014 Middle Level Forensics Tournament at Central Michigan University: Declamation: Maddy Harner- 3rd Maddy Keuten- Semi Tess Eschebach- Semi Impromptu: Eli Shaya- 6th Charlie Uchno– Semi Informative: Alex Calderwood- Semi Shel Krause- Semi … Continue reading
After a week of sub 20* temperatures, the kids were cheering on Friday when the thermometer read 24*. Outdoor recess is a great opportunity for students to take in the fresh air, stretch muscles, refresh the brain, play with friends and HAVE … Continue reading
Stage IV, Second Year Parents, Mark your calendars now. On February 3, 2014, 6:30 PM in the Birmingham Library, MS Director Colleen Potocki, the 6th Grade Team, and some veteran 6th grade students will present a detailed overview of the Roeper sixth grade program. … Continue reading
**COMMUNITY INVITATION** Lower School, Middle School, Upper School Parents and Faculty! Deborah Roffman (aka “The Sex Lady”) is coming to speak at Roeper on Thursday, January 9, 2014, Acheson Theater, Birmingham Campus, 6:30-8:30. Presentation Title: Yes You Can! Raise Sexually … Continue reading
Tiny Tuna Talk_December 11, 2013
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At Roeper, students are encouraged to value learning and achievement for their own sake and not for the secondary rewards of grades, test scores, and athletic statistics. Consequently, Roeper students are less inclined to compute their worth to their parents, … Continue reading
Tessa Stein, our ceramics teacher at The Roeper School, grew up in South Africa during Apartheid. Tessa’s father, Abraham, was an optometrist. He had a practice in Johannesburg; however, once a month Tessa remembers that he would take-off in a … Continue reading