2018

  • June

    Park School Announces New Legacy Gift

    The gift will support the long-term financial health of the School.


  • May

    Bald for Bucks a Success!

    Matthew D. ‘20
    Over $27,000 raised for cancer research!
  • Mr. Miraglia

    Mr. Miraglia Jazzes Park Up!

    Tyonna A. ‘18
    If Mr. Miraglia was not working as a music instructor he would be living in Colorado, biking and enjoying the outdoors, but of course he would be retired and not worried about money. Until then, we are lucky to have him at Park!

  • Park School hosts chess tournaments throughout the winter

    Mastering Chess

    Matthew D. ‘20
    Park’s chess team recently had its most impressive results in its relatively short history. Here’s one student’s perspective on the journey from novice player to accomplished competitor.
  • Dan Burns, '81

    Park Alumnus Covers Winter Olympics

    Julia M. ‘18
    Dan Burns, '81, has the "thrill of a lifetime" covering the USA vs Russia Olympic hockey game.
  • Buenos Noches and Bonne Nuit for Eighth Graders

    Destiny G. `18
    8th grade language students enjoyed spending the night on Park’s campus, speaking Spanish or French with their classmates and teachers. 
  • Kindergarten’s New Feathered Friends

    Destiny Griffin ’18
    Hatching chicken is just one of the ways that Park brings Active Learning to life!
    
  • Park Wins Middle School Math Competition

    Matthew D. '20
    “I think the competition has gotten better and better every year Mr. Deitzer does it, my favorite station was the one were you took 4 cubes and had to stack them up in such a way the color does not repeat. The competition was very active and made my brain hurt!"

  • Break the Silence Dance a Success!

    Samantha S. '18
    Park's Break the Silence dance allowed interested students to come together regardless of their personal orientations or gender identities to have a fun-filled night.

  • April

    Investigation Announcement

    Board of Trustees Announces Investigation of Alleged Educator Abuse

  • Safety lesson fro Mr. Russo before entering the construction site

    Science Lesson at the Knopp-Hailpern Center

    Park's 6th Grade students had a lesson in geology at the Knopp-Hailpern Science Center today.

  • March

    Jeremy Besch, Head of School beginning July 1, 2018

    Board of Trustees Names Jeremy Besch Next Head of School

    Besch named Park's 18th Head of School
  • Erasing Meanness Week

    Daeja S ‘18
    Small acts of kindness can make a big difference.
  • Honk! The Musical is this Week!

    Jacqueline C. '17
  • Update on Head of School Transition

    Board President Martin J. Berardi's Update on Park's Head of School Transition
  • February

    Lauricella Joins 150+ School Heads in Letter About Gun Violence

    Head of School Chris Lauricella joined more than 150 other heads of independent schools in New York State signing a letter to the President and National legislative leaders demanding action on gun violence that is printed in Sunday’s New York Times.


  • Elijah B-G Celebrates a

    Middle School History Bee Success

    Tyonna A. ‘18
    Early this January, middle school students participating in the History Bee took a trip back in time, getting quizzed on all aspects of history.
  • Park Student Rides on Rose Parade Float

    Xishun M-W, `14
    On New Years Day 2018,  Park student Macy A-C participated in the Donate Life Rose Parade Float in Pasadena.
  • Congratulations Orchestra Musicians!

    ECMEA Festival Success!

    Park musicians demonstrated their excellence!
  • January

    Honoring MLK

    Jacqueline C. ‘19
    “Life's most persistent and urgent question is: what are you doing for others?” - Dr. Martin Luther King
  • Ms. Reynolds and Ms. Griffin

    Ms. Domonique Griffin ‘13, Park’s First Teaching Fellow

    Matthew D. '20
    “Park is living up to my expectations of challenges and rewarding experiences."
  • A full stage of young alumni

    2018 Young Alumni College Panel

    Pool reporting by Jaimee B. ‘18, Jacqueline C. ‘19, Destiny G.‘18, Julia M. ‘18, Shea W. ‘18,
    On January 9th, seniors and juniors gathered in Park’s theater to speak with young alumni about their experiences in college. This panel discussion is something that Park does each year for current students so that they can get a general idea of what college is like and what they should expect when they get there


< 2018
Founded in 1912, The Park School of Buffalo has the distinction of being one the oldest Progressive schools in the country. Park is an independent, co-educational school serving approximately 300 students enrolled in prekindergarten (3 and 4 year olds), lower school (kindergarten through grade 4), middle school (grades 5 through 8), and upper school (grades 9 through 12). Park is uniquely situated on 34 beautiful acres in Amherst, New York. The School’s campus – formerly a farm – includes a pond, marsh, gardens, and a greenhouse while being located just minutes from downtown Buffalo and easily accessible from many communities throughout Western New York. Park’s educational philosophy embraces active, student-centered learning, delivered by exceptional teachers who design and continuously update a robust curriculum. Faculty members approach each student as an individual within the context of a kind and respectful community. From the preschool years through college preparation, The Park School of Buffalo helps learners realize their own unique potentials and prepares them to be confident, successful, life-long learners.

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