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A Home Away from Home

For Milton’s boarding students, residential life faculty create a strong sense of community.


A Digital Opportunity for a Timeless Concept

Ben Rhodes-Kropf ’24 has a message from his father. In order to receive it, he’ll have to travel to Spain. That’s because his dad left the message through Trace, an app Rhodes-Kropf and classmate Benjamin Siegel ‘24 developed throughout their junior and senior years at Milton. The location-based service combines the functions of a messaging app with the thrill of an in-person treasure hunt, allowing users to “leave a Trace” wherever they are in the world. Messages for other Trace users (or their future selves) are delivered only when the recipient is physically close to the location where the message—in video form—was recorded.



Boys’ Soccer Wins NEPSAC, Fall Teams Win ISL Championships

The undefeated boys' soccer team finished its season winning the NEPSAC Class-A finals in a 2–0 victory over Taft. The team, under the leadership of head coach Chris Kane, won the Independent School League (ISL) championship as well. Also taking home ISL championships in the fall were the volleyball and girls' cross-country teams.

The Community Issue

What do we owe to one another, our communities, and the world? In this issue, we take a look at what “community” means to Milton and the ways in which the school goes beyond the jargon to create genuine, mutually beneficial, lasting connections.