Finding innovative ways to fuse students’ creativity and intellectual curiosity with their passions has long been at the heart of the Old Trail School experience.
Old Trail Magazine
The redesigned Old Trail Magazine is published twice a year for alumni, families, faculty, staff and friends by the Old Trail School Marketing and Communications Office.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions for feature stories. To contact us, please email Paul Warner, director of marketing and communications.
In This Issue – Deeper Learning
At OTS, food is so much more than merely a substance to feed the body. It is a window into another culture and connects us in powerful ways.
After decades of trying to collapse a robust athletic program into the traditional daily school schedule, Old
Trail made the strategic decision last summer to move all interscholastic sports to a more conventional after-school time slot.
Converging evidence suggests that experiences in nature aren’t just enjoyable but can also have a profoundly positive impact on young children, boosting academic learning, personal development and environmental stewardship.
Summer — 2022
Alexandra Wilson '90 is the medical director at The Center for Avian Exotic Medicine in New York where she has worked for 14 years caring for the medical and surgical needs of birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and small mammals.
Laura Preston’s connection to Old Trail predates her remarkable 21 collective years as a parent of three OTS graduates; Haley ’05, Annie ’08 and Tether ’14.
It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of former Old Trail School headmaster Peter G. Wilson on September 3, 2021, the date of his 85th birthday.
Alexandria is a 2020 graduate from Myers School of Art at the University of Akron, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting, drawing and printmaking, and the recipient of the 2018 High Arts Festival runner-up prize in the 2D visual arts category.