• Humanities The Humanities Scholars' Collaborative is a program designed to encourage students to be knowledgeable citizens and to accept responsibility in shaping the future of the United States.  The collaborative includes students from 11 area schools who meet four times a year at local colleges including the College of the Holy Cross, Clark University, Assumption College and Worcester State College.

    Students are invited to listen to college lectures and participate in a question and answer session with the professors. Students are also required to debate topics in small discussion groups with members from other schools. The collaborative concludes with students' presentations of their cumulative projects at presentation night.


    • Humanities Scholars 2013-2014

      The members of the Humanities Scholars' Collaborative for 2013-2014 are

      Bailey, Austin

      Carota, Kailey

      Coleman, Bailey

      Dufault, Emma

      Edwards, Izzy

      Kavcic, Lindsay

      Mulvey, Kit

      Scarlett, Ashley

      Shannon, Kate

      Sheridan, Abbie

      Sullivan, Bergin

      Clark Trip February 2013

      Students acting out a scene from A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen during the presentation of Professor Gino DiIorio, Ph.D., a Clark University professon from the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.  

      Presentation Night
      Monday, April 29, 2013
      Auburn High School Auditorium
      6:30-9:00 P.M.

      Feel free to invite parents, guardians, family members, teachers, friends, etc.  All are welcome to attend.  

      Humanities Scholars Collaborative Members 2012-2013
      Shannon Cahill
      Kailey Carota
      Emma Dufault
      Maddie Fasold
      Taylor Hatfield
      Rachel Iafolla
      Jaclyn Lindblad
      Jacqui Manning
      Georgia Murray
      Erin Stock
      Taylor Sullivan
      Gab Tucker

      2012-2013 Theme
      This year's theme is Voting in America; Who Cares?

      Presentation Night
      Congratulations to the Humanities Collaborative who came in 1st place in this year's competition!
      Congratulations to the Humanities Collaborative who came in 2nd place in this year's competition!
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