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Chapin Miller is the Academic Dean and a history teacher at The Gunnery. He brings an unusual range of experience to his life in boarding schools, from time spent as a surveillance technician in the Air Force, to life as a copper craftsman, and even ...
Justin Muchnick is from Southern California and just began his third year of boarding school at Phillips Academy Andover in Massachusetts. He decided to apply to boarding school when a middle school teacher recognized his passion for learning and the...
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Welcome! We've got exciting news - KeepingTABS is morphing from strictly an eNewsletter format to a living, breathing, frequently-updated blog. So don't turn that dial - KeepingTABS will be live very soon!
Thoughts, ponderings, news, opinions, and resources for boarding school professionals will be published. Content will be provided by TABS staff, TABS Executive Director, guest bloggers from the industry and maybe even a special celebrity now and then. Content will be relevant, and fresh - we promise to make it worth your time and readership.
Official launch of the KeepingTABS Blog is September 2012. Bookmark and return!
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