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Striving for peace

Private school breaks new ground with ninth-graders

Hillside School student Matt Bernbaum makes a point during a peace studies class at the private boarding school in Marlborough, with his fellow ninth-graders including (from his left) Carlo Longinotti, Andres Cano, and Spike Peterson. Hillside School student Matt Bernbaum makes a point during a peace studies class at the private boarding school in Marlborough, with his fellow ninth-graders including (from his left) Carlo Longinotti, Andres Cano, and Spike Peterson. (Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson)
By Alex I. Oster
Globe Correspondent / December 13, 2007

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The Hillside School in Marlborough is a private boarding school for 150 adolescent boys, which might not sound like the most peaceful place in the world. Yet for a three-month term, its ninth-graders have a new addition to their curriculum: peace studies. (Full article: 925 words)

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