The festive blue and white balloon arch was back in place in front of 89th Street for this year’s Reunion 2022 on June 3. After last year’s virtual reunion, Dalton’s Alumni Office was thrilled to see celebrants in person from Classes ending in 2 and 7.
Calling all Dalton Heroes! Join us for a day of comic creators, cosplay and community on Saturday, June 4 from 12:30-5:30. We have an incredible lineup of speakers and activities. Check out the website for the full schedule and list of visiting artists.
The 2022 Multicultural Festival committee welcomed more than 800 attendees to the First Program’s annual event on April 10. The event highlights Dalton’s diverse community with more than 23 cultures represented at this year’s festival.
The latest edition of Short Takes@Lunch featured an impressive group of community members with experience serving as clerks for Supreme Court Justices. Attendees enjoyed a riveting conversation detailing the panel members’ experiences and their thoughts on the appointment of new U.S. Judge Ketanji Brown Jacks
The Dalton Chess team captured the National High School K-12 Chess Championship for the first time in school history! The team conquered a formidable field at this year's championship, held in Memphis, Tennessee, April 8-10.
Thanks to the generosity of community members who attended and supported Dalton’s Annual Benefit on Wednesday evening April 6 at the Ziegfeld Ballroom, proceeds totaled an impressive $775,000 from underwriters, ticket and raffle sales.
This week, 7th grade Spanish students participated in three engaging learning experiences focused on Puerto Rican culture. Sra. Vanesa Gutiérrez-Redondo organized the immersive programming, which included music, cooking, and dancing.
World and Classical Languages Teacher Verónica Valentín’s Spanish 1 Class recently enhanced their studies on Latin-American and Spanish cuisines by making homemade breakfast tortillas in the 89th Street Kitchen.
The Dalton School hosted its second annual Dalton Poetry Festival December 7-10, 2021, at the 89th Street Library. The event is part of the School’s yearly literary festival, which includes the Dalton Prose Festival each spring.