Mason Preparatory School

Mason Prep is committed to the education of the whole child in preparation for secondary education, to the development of the child into a productive citizen, and to the cultivation of respect, integrity, and personal responsibility.

Operating as usual

06/17/2021

Name That Tune
Take a listen to 6B's final project in music class and see if you can name that tune. Says Ms. Getter, "These students learned this song in a short amount of time. They were very dedicated to learning the song and, having never played in an ensemble like this before, I was very impressed with their drive and determination!"

06/16/2021
06/15/2021

What Do Teachers Do All Summer?
They learn! Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and Mrs. Babb are taking courses to earn their Orton-Gillingham certifications. The basic purpose of everything that is done in the Orton-Gillingham Approach, from recognizing words to composing a poem, is assisting the student to become a competent reader, writer, and independent learner. Thank you to the Mason Prep Foundation for making this important professional development possible. #masonprepproud

What Do Teachers Do All Summer?
They learn! Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and Mrs. Babb are taking courses to earn their Orton-Gillingham certifications. The basic purpose of everything that is done in the Orton-Gillingham Approach, from recognizing words to composing a poem, is assisting the student to become a competent reader, writer, and independent learner. Thank you to the Mason Prep Foundation for making this important professional development possible. #masonprepproud

Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 06/14/2021

Outdoor Sculpture Garden
The finished product! Fifth graders made over 75 clay flowers to complete their end-of-the-year art installation. It was interesting to see how students made each flower unique and how the clay blooms came together to make everyone smile! #masonprepproud

06/10/2021

Pinatas
The finished products! 6th graders did a fantastic job of making their own pinatas in Spanish class. They started with flat cardboard and made these amazing shapes (we're partial to the MPS pinatas, naturally). ๐Ÿ˜† #masonprepproud

Pinatas
The finished products! 6th graders did a fantastic job of making their own pinatas in Spanish class. They started with flat cardboard and made these amazing shapes (we're partial to the MPS pinatas, naturally). ๐Ÿ˜† #masonprepproud

06/08/2021

End-of-the-Year Art Project
Says Ms. Criscuolo, "I asked the first graders to create a self-portrait thinking about all the ways they have changed since we did our first self-portrait in August...looks like thereโ€™s been huge growth!" ๐Ÿ˜‚

End-of-the-Year Art Project
Says Ms. Criscuolo, "I asked the first graders to create a self-portrait thinking about all the ways they have changed since we did our first self-portrait in August...looks like thereโ€™s been huge growth!" ๐Ÿ˜‚

Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 06/07/2021

Book Project
Third graders wrote, edited, typed, and illustrated their own personal books. Students were given the option of using an "all about me" theme or making up an original story. When they finished their books, they shared them with the class. #masonprepproud

06/03/2021

Solar-powered Tiny Houses
7th grade science students built solar-powered tiny houses to conclude their unit on renewable energy. They were required to design and construct the foundation, framing, interior walls, roof, and the electrical work. Students were challenged to create their own light fixtures and wire each room. The lights were solar powered by panels located on the roof of the tiny house. All homes were energy efficient in at least 6 ways, which students explained in a writing piece.

Solar-powered Tiny Houses
7th grade science students built solar-powered tiny houses to conclude their unit on renewable energy. They were required to design and construct the foundation, framing, interior walls, roof, and the electrical work. Students were challenged to create their own light fixtures and wire each room. The lights were solar powered by panels located on the roof of the tiny house. All homes were energy efficient in at least 6 ways, which students explained in a writing piece.

06/01/2021

Celebrating the End of the Year
Thank you to Edmund's Oast for hosting our year-end faculty and staff celebration! So nice to take some time to relax, talk, and wish each other a happy summer. #masonprepproud

Celebrating the End of the Year
Thank you to Edmund's Oast for hosting our year-end faculty and staff celebration! So nice to take some time to relax, talk, and wish each other a happy summer. #masonprepproud

05/28/2021

Graduation Speaker
Thank you to alum Drew Costa for your inspiring words for our graduates this morning! #masonprepproud

Graduation Speaker
Thank you to alum Drew Costa for your inspiring words for our graduates this morning! #masonprepproud

Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/28/2021

Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
We are so proud of this class. They worked hard, were kind to one another, and made the very most of their final year at Mason Prep. While we are sad to see them move on to high school, we look forward to welcoming them back as alumni and hearing about all the things they accomplish. Once a Knight, always a Knight! #masonprepproud

Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/27/2021

Awards Day
What a morning! Thank you to The Citadel for allowing us to celebrate our students safely in your stadium! It was wonderful to be all together finally as a school family after this crazy year. Congratulations to our students who worked so hard and accomplished so much this year, to our teachers for doing an amazing job of teaching in challenging conditions, and our parents for their continued support. Have a wonderful summer, everyone! #masonprepproud

05/27/2021
05/27/2021
05/26/2021
Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/26/2021

Kindergarten Graduation
Our Bees and Frogs celebrated their kindergarten year this morning. They treated parents to a show where they highlighted all the amazing things they did and learned this year. Then, they received their diplomas. Miss Rett, Miss Jacqueline, Miss Caroline, and Miss Michele will miss these students, but they are ready to move to first grade and be Penguins and Bugs! Congratulations, kindergarteners! #masonprepproud

Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/26/2021

Pen Pals
1st and 8th grade pen pals met for the last time this year on the playground. Alumni say they still remember their pen pals - love this Mason Prep tradition! #masonprepproud

05/26/2021
05/25/2021
05/25/2021

5th/6th End of the Year Fun
5th and 6th graders had a blast celebrating the end of the year with some fun in the sun. Rolling around in these giant balls was a favorite activity!

05/25/2021
Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/25/2021

Third Grade Field Trip
Third graders visited McLeod Plantation Historic Site recently. This 37-acre Gullah/Geechee heritage site invites visitors to learn about its historic significance and to explore the lives of the people that lived there. The program, called โ€œDawn of Freedom,โ€ taught students about the enslaved peopleโ€™s transition from slavery to freedom.

05/25/2021
05/24/2021
Photos from Mason Preparatory School's post 05/24/2021

Pen Pals
6th and 2nd grade pen pals had fun catching up on the playground. Even though they won't be pen pals next year, these friends will have a special connection all through their years at Mason Prep! #masonprepproud

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05/21/2021

First Grade Celebration
First graders celebrated the end of the year with a party on the playground complete with games, snacks, and cool shades. These penguins and bugs have learned so much this year and are ready for second grade. Thank you to our first grade teachers and parents for making this a fun and memorable event! #masonprepproud

First Grade Celebration
First graders celebrated the end of the year with a party on the playground complete with games, snacks, and cool shades. These penguins and bugs have learned so much this year and are ready for second grade. Thank you to our first grade teachers and parents for making this a fun and memorable event! #masonprepproud

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