DATE: 1/17/2019

Making Headlines: Driver’s Education

Middlesex will be offering Driver's Education on Campus this year through the Christo Driving School. Here are the details:

Dates and Times for the Classroom Hours:

      Sundays 11:15-2:30
  • January 27th
  • February 3rd
  • February 10th
  • February 24th
  • March 3rd
  • March 31st
  • April 7th
  • April 28th
  • May 5th

Driving Hours:

Students schedule their own driving hours through the driving school on their own time. Students call the school and set up the lessons. They will come to Middlesex to pick students up for the lesson and then drop students off afterwards or students can coordinate it from their house if they are day students.


$850 for both the 30 hour classroom portion and all 12 of the Driving Hours

There are various payment plans available to help break down the cost over time and various payment methods. Students will start payment on the first day of class.

For just the 30 hour classroom portion, it costs $400
For just the driving lesson and observation hours, it's $55 per driving lesson. Additional $30 for parent class (the school is able to stand in as your parent) and take this class on behalf of them for those of you from afar. Of course, parents are also welcome to join this parent class. 
Road tests are an additional cost of $125.

How to register:

Please register through Sarah Cohane ( with the following:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Phone Number

What if I am from a different state?

Before registering, students will need to call their home state RMV and ask about whether they allow students to complete driver's ed in another state and transfer the credit towards their licensure process back home. Each state has different rules. This driving school can easily provide documentation of completion of the classroom or driving portion for each student to present to their home state as needed. 

Any other questions, please feel free to reach out to Sarah Cohane ( or to call Christy at Christo Driving School at 508-481-6384 and here is the link to the Driving School for more information:

Calendar Notes

  • January 19: Special schedule—no assembly; First semester concludes; MPA meeting 10am-11:30am, Barron Room
  • January 21: No classes (semester break); Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • January 22: No classes (semester break); Boarders check in by 8:30pm
  • January 23: Classes resume – second semester begins
  • January 24-27: Model United Nations
  • February 1: WICK choral festival at St. Mark’s
  • February 2: No Classes – MLK/Black History Month Celebration (required) 9-11:30am; Campus Weekend – Casino Night

Announcements and Reminders

  • Senior Parents: The Deadline for Yearbook Ads is fast approaching! Please submit your congratulatory ad by January 31st. For detailed instructions, click here.

    The web site for you to design, pay for and submit a congratulatory ad for the 2018-2019 year is now open:  

    Please do not wait--you will forget and then the book will arrive and your child won't have an ad. There are three sizes (1/4 pg., 1/2 page and full page) and all ads are in color. If you have any questions please reach out to the yearbook advisers Courtney Fein at or Heather Parker at

From the MPA

  •  The next MPA meeting is this Saturday, January 19th from 10:00-11:30am in the Barron Room in Ware Hall. After listening to remarks by Kathy Giles and an update on the Tech Center from Chuck McDonald, Academic Technology Specialist, we will head over to the new theater and visual arts center for a tour.  Please join us!

    Can't attend? Visit this link at 10am on Saturday to watch the live stream of the event:

    Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android:

    Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): 

    Or Telephone:
        +1 (773) 231 9226 (US Toll)
        Meeting ID: 149 068 8520
        International numbers available:

  • Saturday, February 2nd is Casino Night, a fun evening of dinner and play-gambling for all students! The MPA is looking for volunteers to help set up decorations on the 2nd from 3-5 p.m. in Ware Hall. If interested in helping, please contact Carla Lawton at

Boys’ Varsity Soccer Earns Post Season Awards After Storied Season

After a storybook ending to an undefeated season (18-0-3), claiming the ISL crown, and winning the NEPSAC Class B Championship, the Middlesex Boys' Varsity Soccer team was hardly a stranger to postseason accolades.



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