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Varsity Shakespeare 2016

Check out what this year’s Lily McKee High School Fellows have been up to! Since September, 16 high school students from 15 public, independent, and home schools all over the DC region have been gathering here at the Folger 1-2 times a week to do...
From: Folger Shakespeare Library on 26 Oct 2016

High Schoolers as Scholars and Artists? Yes!

Today, June 1st, is the deadline for students to apply to become Lily McKee High School Fellows of the Folger! Like all Folger Education programs, this experience immerses learners in scholarship, performance, literacy, and our collection. Learn more...
From: Folger Shakespeare Library on 1 Jun 2016

Varsity Shakespeare: The Lily McKee High School Fellows of the Folger Shakespeare Library

Each school year since 1981, a select group of students from all kinds of schools all over the DC region have gathered at the Folger Shakespeare Library to form a community of learners pursuing big questions about and around Shakespeare. Under the guidance...
From: Folger Shakespeare Library on 8 Dec 2015

What I Learned from the High School Fellowship: A Teacher’s Notes

By Corinne Viglietta Our competitive antedaters use new web tools to find the true origins of words attributed to Shakespeare. We just wrapped up our (exhilarating!) 2014 High School Fellowship, dubbed affectionately by its 16 participants as “Varsity...
From: Folger Shakespeare Library on 16 Dec 2014

Why I Love the High School Fellowship Program

The High School Fellowship Program at Folger Shakespeare Library. Photo by Corinne Viglietta. We often feature the voices of teachers on this blog. But today, we hear from a student… By Mikaela Ruiz-Ramon The Folger Shakespeare Library High School...
From: Folger Shakespeare Library on 28 Oct 2014

Living With Folger Education

I first came to the Folger as a high school freshman participating in the Secondary School Shakespeare Festival. I was playing Dogberry, the lovable constable with a penchant for malapropism, in my high school Shakespeare Club’s abbreviated staging...
From: Folger SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY on 16 Jul 2013

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