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Open House!

A Visit to Historic Lexington!

On Monday, November 21st our Elementary and Middle School students took a trip to one of New England's most historic cities:  Lexington, Massachusetts. They were taken back in time to the beginning of the Revolutionary War and followed the steps that were taken on that fateful day in 1775.  They toured Buckman Tavern where many Revolutionary leaders lodged, and each class had a chance to explore the Lexington Green where the legendary "shot heard round the world" was fired. 

Lower School Holiday Feast!

On Friday, November 18th Delphi Academy held its annual Lower School Harvest Feast!  It was truly an international feast!  Every class was able to enjoy many delicious dishes!  From the traditional turkey and stuffing to the Haitian rice and beans, every student enjoyed each and every bite!  We would like to thank all parents who brought in food or volunteered for one of our most festive days of the year.  We are thankful for having such a wonderful parent body who we can share this holiday season with. 

November Newsletter!

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Our Students Love to Learn!


This past week our Lower School students received a fun lesson in learning!  On Wednesday, November 9th our Beginners classes visited the Canton Public Library.  They had a chance to read with their teachers and explore all that the Library has to offer. Then they enjoyed a special treat from the Crescent Ridge Ice Cream Stand!

On Thursday November 10th our Form 1 & 2 students learned quite a bit about our world’s evolutionary path when they visited the Museum of Natural History.  From the Glass Flower exhibit to the Great Mammal Hall they saw many incredible and dazzling exhibits.  Next stop was the Boston Public Library where everyone had a chance to read as many books as they pleased. 


New England Aquarium!


Delphi Academy’s Elementary and Middle School students stopped by the New England Aquarium on Monday October 24th.  Beyond the thrill and beauty of the Aquarium’s main exhibits, each class had a chance to experience additional educational activities.  Miss Adrian’s class attended a seminar about penguins, Miss Daiva’s Class dissected squids and Miss Amy’s class got a special behind the scenes tour! Perhaps one of the most exciting parts was the shark and ray touch tank that every class enjoyed! 

Delphi Dispatch – October 2011


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Delphi Academy visits Plimoth Plantation



On Thursday October 20th Delphi Academy visited Plimoth Plantation! In the weeks leading up to the visit, classes researched and studied about this important period in our country’s history.  They were then able to see what they had learned come to life.  The students visited the Wampanoag homesite, 17th Century English Village and the Craft Center.  Each step of the way they saw many exciting exhibitions and learned more about life in that time period.  What an exciting and interactive history lesson!   Visit us at www.delphiboston.org

Pumpkin Picking!

On Tuesday October 18th, our Lower School students visited Ward’s Berry Farm and had a fabulous time! There were many animals to pet and see, and best of all was the hayride! Along the way to the pumpkin patch there were stops at different parts of the farm to learn about corn, gourds and squash.  The trip ended with the most exciting part, pumpkin picking! Every student got to choose a pumpkin to take home, and each class has a big pumpkin to carve for Halloween! 

Apple Pie Day!

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