Payton students participated in a variety of service projects throughout Chicagoland on Monday as part of the school’s annual “Sweetness Day.”
More than 50 Payton students joined hundreds of their high school peers from around Chicago on November 6 as they served as election judges during the highly-anticipated midterm elections.
Payton hosted its annual Model United Nations conference on Saturday, December 2, bringing in dozens of students from around the Chicago area for a day of debate and problem-solving.
Payton’s Beginning Choirs held their Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 12, serenading the audience in the recital hall with a diverse set of pieces, from Christmas classics to a Brazilian folk song.
Payton Players premiered its performance of the play “Red Noses” on Friday night, in front of a large crowd in the school auditorium. The play, written by Peter Barnes in 1978, is a zany comedy set in France during the Black Death of the 1300s.
Pouring rain outside did nothing to dampen enthusiasm for Payton’s Homecoming dance on Saturday night.
Payton’s Model UN team received an Outstanding Delegation award at a conference at the University of Chicago Lab School on Saturday.