The Williams Center at Mt Greylock sponsors co-curricular activities both after school at Mt Greylock and on the weekends at Williams. Spring programming will occur while both schools are in session and will not run during MG winter and spring break or during Williams spring break (March 19-30).
Current offerings include:
Dungeons and Dragons and other board games Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays from 4-5 PM in the MG Library. Feel free to stop by anytime to play.
Middle School and High School Writing Club-Mondays from 2:30-5 PM@MG. Contact Liza Barret form more information.
Coding Club-Thursdays from 2:30-4 PM@MG. Contact Josh or Ellen for more information.
Model UN-Sundays from 4-5:30 PM@Williams. Contact Rebecca Tucker-Smith for more information.
New Ecology Club @ Williams. Sundays times TBD. Contact Kaatje White for more information.
Middle School Afterschool Tutoring runs on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:30-4 PM in Marty Walters room.
High School Tutoring in all subjects (including SAT prep and AP review) runs on Sundays evenings from 7-8:30 PM in Greylock Hall. Please sign up in guidance.
Academic support in the form of afterschool homework help and tutoring at Mt Greylock and Williams, and extracurricular groups will begin the week of Oct 2, 2017.
Please read more to determine how best to access these rich offerings.
Since 2008, the Williams Center at Mt. Greylock (WC) has engaged college students, professors and resources throughout the Mt. Greylock curriculum and beyond. Williams students support Mt. Greylock students during the school day in writing, homework help, foreign languages, math, science, history and academic support. Increasingly, Williams students play the role of special enrichment group mentors or coaches. Williams professors and Mt. Greylock faculty also have the opportunity to work together on academic programs and curriculum. WC continues to pilot new ideas for college-school collaborations, offering special opportunities to enrich your student’s education.
William College ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance CenterSeries
A Marvelous Order
An opera about NYC urban designer Robert Moses and activist Jane Jacobs
As Part of the Residency at Williams the company will also offer:
Marvelous Order workshop@MG and FREE tickets to the Friday evening dress rehearsal.
Collage workshop to design the new Mt Greylock: Friday, March 11, 10:09-11:27
Performance@Williams: Friday, March 11, 7 pm-8:45 followed by a short Q&A with members of the cast (and cookies)
Signup by March 9th with Jeff Welch
The Williams Center at Mt. Greylock is bursting with new and ongoing arts initiatives. Families—tune into these incredible opportunities and see what Mt. Greylock and Williams students are buzzing about!
Williams senior Annabel Coleman reached out to Mt Greylock students in December to encourage students to register and vote in the upcoming elections. Annabel’s visit and colorful brochure were part of her final project for Professor Justin Crowe’s Civic Engagement class at Williams. Read more!
Jeff Welch worked with Williams interns and the Art Museum Partnership for Education (AMPE) over the summer to design new curricular units to address visual literacy and the role art and architecture play in understanding and interpreting history. As part of this year long study, students visited The Williams College of Art in November and will visit MassMoca and take a cultural tour of North Adams in February. Read more to learn about AMPED and this exciting collaboration with Mt Greylock.
Mt Greylock 10th graders once again visited Williams in December for a morning of Math. Read more.
Williams Fellow Jeffrey Rubel reflects on the important role Mt Greylock plays in the lives of Williams students and the importance of The Williams Center in the current fundraising campaign, Teach it Forward.