The Rubicon

[SPA HISTORY] For three decades, SPA rental houses felt like home

A picture of one of the rental houses in front of SPA.

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

March 13, 2019

In the second installment of the SPA History series, community members reflect on the role that SPA's owned houses have had for the school.

The names behind the Randolph Campus

The newly constructed Driscoll Learning Center circa 1973, named for W. John Driscoll, class of 1947.

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

March 2, 2019

The rich history behind SPA's major construction projects.

[SPA HISTORY] Summit School: the beginnings, impact

[SPA HISTORY] Summit School: the beginnings, impact

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon TV Producer

January 28, 2019

The Summit School, the all girls-school that predates the creation of SPA, is a topic many students don't know.

Johnson created lasting friendships at Summit School

Johnson created lasting friendships at Summit School

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon TV Producer

January 27, 2019

Charlotte Johnson from Summit School class of 1964 recalls her strong education experience that created her longtime friends.

Weyerhauser remembers school dances and meeting her husband

Weyerhauser remembers school dances and meeting her husband

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon TV Producer

January 27, 2019

Nancy Weyerhauser, from the Summit School class of 1949, shares her fond memories of the Summit School.

The early days

The Summit School library still exists today for students at the SPA Lower School to take library courses and check out books.

January 23, 2019

In 1916, three women decided to create an all-girls school called Summit School.

[SPA HISTORY] Summit School: the beginnings, impact

The Summit School library still exists today for students at the SPA Lower School to take library courses and check out books.

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon TV Producer

January 18, 2019

The Summit School, the all girls-school that predates the creation of SPA, is a topic many students don't know.