School News

Maharishi School Graduate Hired as US Foreign Service Officer, Posted at Liberian Embassy

Colette "Coco" Clark, a 2011 graduate of Maharishi School, has recently been hired by the U.S. State Department as a Foreign Service Officer. Her first posting will be at the U.S. embassy in Liberia, beginning in June.   Ms. Clark is the daughter of Fran Clark and the late Henry Ogden Clark of Fairfield. She received a... Read More »

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Maharishi Upper School Destination Imagination Team Takes Home First Prize and Da Vinci Award!

Maharishi Upper School Destination Imagination team "Not Your Average Punch Party" (from left to right: Philip Winer Alista Wikle, Drew Schoenfeld, Loreena Hansen, and Caleb Mulleneaux  ) won first place AND a Da Vince Award for exceptional creativity at this year's Destination Imagination Global Finals! "The 17th annual Global Finals, hosted by Destination Imagination, ended Saturday... Read More »

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Pranav Chhalliyil Wins Third Prize for Microbiology at INTEL International Science Fair

Maharishi School sophomore Pranav Chhaliyil had the rare honor of presenting his dental research at the Iowa Dental Association 2017 Annual Session in Cedar Rapids on May 6th.  The IDA is the largest association of oral health profession in the State of Iowa. "Pranav, can you imagine?", remarked Dr. Cynthia Phillips, Southeast District Trustee, " This... Read More »

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Junior Olympics 2017!

On Tuesday, June 6th, all Maharishi School Lower School students will participate in an outdoor field day.  Junior Olympics, an annual end-of-the-year tradition, will group teams of seven to eight children, separated by gender, but mixed by grade from K-6, into different “countries”. There will be a teacher assigned to each country, and 6th-grade students will... Read More »

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Kai Vessey finishes Second in State Singles

Foreign exchange students have proved to be a nemesis for Maharishi School players over the years. Tyler Cleveland (1994) was denied a record four state singles titles by a Spaniard and Adam Bordeaux (2001) failed to win back to back titles when he lost in the state finals to a German. On a foggy Saturday morning... Read More »

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Chamber Singers of Southeast Iowa:  Songs of Love, Lament, & Laughter

The Chamber Singers of Southeast Iowa will present their annual spring concerts, “Love, Lament, & Laughter,” on Saturday and Sunday, June 3 and 4, at 7:30 p.m. (note time change) at the First Presbyterian Church, 200 South Main Street in Fairfield. The audience will be treated to a rich variety of springtime love songs descriptive of... Read More »

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Maharishi School Team Overcomes Challenges and Builds Skills at Destination Imagination Globals

Let's hear from Annalisa Miller, team chaperone for the Maharishi Upper School team "The Mustachios"! Hello All, I have to say, this is a real team in the true sense of the word. These girls exhibit great collaboration and support for each other. It's very inspiring to see them interacting with each other.  There were many... Read More »

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Annual Maharishi School Spring Concert

The end of the school year is quickly approaching and that means it's time for our annual Spring Concert!  We will celebrate the conclusion of a successful school year next Wednesday, May 31st, at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. As usual, we will start with the lower grades so that they can get home and get... Read More »

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Fantastic First Day for Destination Imagination Teams

The Destination Imagination Global Finals are off to a great start for six Maharishi School teams and their chaperones. The kids have had time to rest and recuperate from the road trip, the props truck is unpacked, and students are getting their sets and costumes ready for performance! Four teams will perform today and will receive... Read More »

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Destination Imagination Teams Head to Knoxville, Tennessee for Globals!

What would compel a group of kids to wake up before sunrise and head out to school in the dark?  The Destination Imagination Global Finals, of course!   Tuesday morning at 6:00 am an excited bus-load of students and chaperones departed for Knoxville, Tennessee, prepared to meet 17,000 peers from around the world and compete in their... Read More »

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