What are our alumni doing? High school and college update! Jessica, Jabari, Owen, Jeremiah, Zoe, Margo, and Adrian

We LOVE hearing from our alumni and finding out what they’re doing. How they’re making their mark upon the world.  If you’re an alum or alumni parent, would you consider dropping us a line?  Email Abby Liu, aliu@mustardseedschool.org.  Jessica Charles ’15 Ms. Postema recently attended a Dean’s breakfast at Marist High School as a special […]

Almost alums: Logan, Angelina, Madalena, and David

Our eighth grade students will be graduating soon. We’re running a blog series so that you can get to know them a little bit before they go and see where they’ll be attending high school. (You can’t miss it–they’re holding signs!)  Here’s the fourth of four blogs highlighting eighth grade students. (Read the first here, the second here. […]

Almost alums: Livy, Patrick, Mia, and Sophie

Our eighth grade students will be graduating soon. We’re running a blog series so that you can get to know them a little bit before they go and see where they’ll be attending high school. (You can’t miss it–they’re holding signs!)  Here’s the third of four blogs highlighting eighth grade students. (Read the first here, the second […]

Meet more (soon-to-be) grads: Anthony, Madi, Toti, and Xavier

Our eighth grade students will be graduating soon. We’re running a blog series so that you can get to know them a little bit before they go and see where they’ll be attending high school. (You can’t miss it–they’re holding signs!)  Here’s the second of four blogs highlighting eighth grade students. (Read the first here , the third […]

Meet (soon-to-be) MSS grads! Gabe, Evelyn, Aidan, and Mireya

Our eighth grade students will be graduating soon. We’re running a blog series so that you can get to know them a little bit before they go and see where they’ll be attending high school. (You can’t miss it–they’re holding signs!)  Here’s the first of four blogs highlighting eighth grade students. (You can find the […]

Eliazar Hernandez ’09: “My struggle has become my pride and joy!”

  Eliazar Hernandez, MSS Class of 2009 knows what it means to struggle in school. Now a high school and college graduate, he looks back and says the things that he struggled with have become his pride and joy. Here’s why. What was it like to grow up bilingual? Growing up bilingual was hard. Home […]

Sarah Bates ’09: How MSS service learning impacts me today as an engineer

What does a kindergarten service project to collect baby food for needy babies have to do with water scarcity in India? Everything, as it turns out. Sarah Bates ’09 draws a direct line from her MSS service experiences to the work that she does today: making cities and communities more resilient to climate change. As […]

Video: Where do Mustard Seed students go to high school? Featuring the class of 2017!

If you’re not from the Greater New York area, you may not know how complicated it can be to apply to high school. High schools here include some of the best public and private schools in the country and applying to these schools requires applications, recommendations, interviews, a myriad of standardized tests, and an elaborate […]

Ms. Miller retires after 25 years of serving MSS students

Jodi Miller joined the faculty 25 years ago as the second grade teacher. Since then, she’s been an important part of school life. She’s taken on a myriad of roles: drama teacher. Resource Room Coordinator. Tutor. And parent. She’s ensured that students who have needed extra help have received it. Forged a strong relationship between […]

Eighth grade profile: Liam

For Liam, the best part of wrestling with a math problem isn’t that it involves logic, although he loves the fact that math is logical. It’s that moment when it all comes together and the answer hits him. What’s the longest time that Liam has puzzled over a math problem?  A month. It delighted him […]