Del Mar Hills’ SMArT Night brings together two generations of families

SMArT Night at Del Mar Hills Academy

Del Mar Hills Academy recently celebrated its end-of-school-year SMArT Night (SMArT standing for  Sciences, Music, Art and Technology), an Open House where students show off projects in class, families share dinner and the kindergartners do their annual square dancing performance. The evening also provided a second-generation meeting of students and alumni: Second graders Anna Sohn, Charlie Kosakoff, and Jasmine Criqui, who are all in the same class this year, posed with their parents—Katherine Sohn, Joel Kosakoff and Geoff Criqui, who all attended the Hills themselves, in the same grade, during the early 1980s.

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