Photos of the Week: Winterim Highlights

The Seabury Tides Staff, Staff Writer

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  • Strike a pose! Upper School students get dramatic during the Acting for Film Winterim

    Courtesy of Evelyn Lacanienta

  • Students worked to clear invasive species with Maui Invasive Species Committee in Hana.

    Courtesy of Carson Strohecker

  • Students sailed around the waters of Maui and Lanai during Winterim Week with Trilogy.

    Kay McLeod

  • Middle school students explored Maui's beaches during the Ocean Bound Winterim

    Ryan Walsh

  • Seabury Upper School students got up close and personal with marine wildlife during the Aquarium Winterim.

    Emerson Timmins

  • Junior (and Seabury Tides staff writer) Alex Abraham was one of many Upper School students who visited colleges on the mainland and in Canada during Winterim Week.

    Carmen Abraham

  • Juniors Darby Mulligan and Kai Ponting practice their spinning skills in the Ballroom Dancing Winterim.

    Fred Silverman

  • Freshmen tour Chapman University in Orange, California as part of the Freshmen College Visitation Winterim.

    Courtesy of Stephanie Walsh

  • Seabury students swim at Laie Beach Park on the Oahu Winterim.

  • Students hang out at the pool in the CPR and Lifeguard Certification Winterim.

    Courtesy of Cameron Craig

  • Seabury Hall students explore the Kalaupapa Peninsula on Molokai as part of the Kalaupapa Winterim.

    Courtesy of Asha Francisco

  • Seabury Hall students, along with Mrs. Asato, explore the streets of Jinotega, Nicaragua during their free time.

    Emily Lorusso

During Winterim Week, which began on Monday, Feb. 13, Seabury Hall students and faculty left the classrooms to explore new places, learn new skills, and make new friendships. This program is unique to Seabury Hall, and it is one of the highlights of the school year for both teachers and students alike. This year’s programs included a range of offerings, from gaining SCUBA certification, learning ballroom dancing, and touring colleges in Southern California. Students traveled as far as Jinotega, Nicaragua and stayed as close as Seabury Hall’s campus, where some of the programs were held.

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