School News

Maharishi School Senior Wins First Place in Entrepreneurial Course at Babson College

Maharishi School senior Zhou, Huijun (Queena) attended this summer a five-week Entrepreneurial Development Experience course at Babson College at its Wellesley campus in Babson Park, Massachusetts, outside of Boston. Her course-long team project, “Foundation Education,” designed a non-profit tutoring organization and won first place among the course’s 69 students that composed 19 groups. Queena’s experience in... Read More »

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A Very Special 7 Days

Dear Maharishi School Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Board of Directors, Two big events kick-off Maharishi School's 2014-15 school year, and they both take place within a week of one another.  ALUMNI EXTRAVAGANZA This Sunday night, our Maharishi School alumni—from Fairfield and across the country—bring their remarkable talents to the Sondheim stage, starting at 7:30pm. Get your... Read More »

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FALL SPORTS PREVIEW: Strong Nucleus Formed at Maharishi School

The Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment volleyball team is, from left, front row: Melat Gabremariam, Amanda Valentine, Jivani Rodriguez, Hermela Gabremariam, Anna Unger; back row: head coach Ted Wallace, Kiah Vance, Amie Saine, Loreena Hansen, Kadie Roberts, assistant coach Danielle Wallace and assistant coach Alena Goldstein. Danielle Wallace had her hands full last year,... Read More »

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Maharishi School Welcomes New Faculty and Staff

The Maharishi School faculty and staff for the 2014-2015 school year includes new faces, familiar faces, and some familiar faces from last year in new positions. Maharishi School sends everyone an appreciative Pioneer welcome and wishes all an enjoyable and successful year. Vishal Bakshi, a 2007 Maharishi School graduate and Pioneer Award recipient, is joining us... Read More »

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MSAE Senior Jonah Marks Returns after Year in Spain

From the Fairfield Ledger -- By Andy Hallman Spending a formative year in a foreign country is quite possibly the fastest way an adolescent can transition into an adult. Fairfield resident Jonah Marks can attest to that. Marks, 17, returned earlier this month from a yearlong Rotary exchange program in Spain. He lived in the northern... Read More »

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Silver Jubilee Celebration of Maharishi School’s Hopson Hall September 6

Twenty-five years ago, a dream was fulfilled--the construction of Hopson Hall was completed at Maharishi School, establishing a new, nurturing environment for the school’s rapidly expanding student body. Maharishi School is opening its doors on September 6 to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of the completion of Hopson Hall with a day-long series of events, including tours,... Read More »

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New Students Arrive at Maharishi School for Orientation

Diversity is the key trait of the twenty students new to Maharishi School who attended a week-long orientation from August 12 to 18. Ranging from grades 7-12, the students came from six nations--the USA, China, South Africa, Dubai, Mexico, and India. “Hailing from nations around the world,” though, does not completely describe the diversity of this... Read More »

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Maharishi School Senior Dia Huggins Volunteers in Africa

“It is so refreshing to be in a place where success is measured by happiness.” --Dia Huggins As Dia Huggins begins her senior year this August, her last of twelve years at Maharishi School, she is taking the long way back to school--not just across town and up the hill, but back from Africa. Dia has... Read More »

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The Ideal Shopping Program at Maharishi School

Do you know Maharishi School has a no-effort fundraising program that you can participate in . . . with no extra work on your part? It’s the Maharishi School Ideal Shopping Program, and it’s been around for over fifteen years. Once one of the premiere fundraising programs for Maharishi School, it’s taken the backseat over the... Read More »

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2012 Maharishi School Graduate Awarded US Department of Agriculture Research Fellowship

Fairfield native and 2012 Maharishi School graduate Pearl Sawhney has earned a prestigious fellowship this summer at the U.S. Department of Agriculture ARS National Animal Disease Center in Ames. Sawhney is one of 33 students nationwide selected to participate in the Wallace-Carver Fellowship, a program hosted by USDA and the World Food Prize Foundation, which offers... Read More »

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