Storytelling is at the heart of what we do at Pine Point
Storytelling is how we connect with one another, how we build empathy, and deepen understanding. It’s how we share our values and our identity, and how we bond with one another.
Pine Point’s story is made up of the stories of the thousands of students, parents, faculty, family and friends of the School who have experienced Pine Point. Our school magazine, ViewPoints, has collected and shared stories for decades. Visual stories can be found in our yearbooks and on our social media. And we share stories every week at our All School Morning Meeting.
Our community members have so many incredible authentic stories to tell about their experiences at Pine Point. We ALL have a Pine Point story to tell. Stories of growth, friendship, challenge, triumph, risk, support, and belonging.
The Pine Point Story Vault
Throughout our 75th Anniversary year, we will be collecting these stories to add to something we’re calling The Pine Point Story Vault. We will be capturing and sharing these stories with our community and future families so they can learn Pine Point’s story.
We created the story vault to empower you, the storyteller, to tell your story the way you want to tell it. There is a list of prompts to inspire you and you can even make up your own! You can share one story or several stories.
What’s your Pine Point story? We want to hear from YOU.
How to Share Your Story
Visit the Form or scan the QR code to get started.
Read the prompts The prompts are a starting place.
Think about your story We all have so many Pine Point memories. Which ones are meaningful to you?
Tell your story Please share any stories that help convey your connection to Pine Point. You may also email audio, video, or share supporting photos to email@example.com, or mail to ViewPoints at Pine Point School, 89 Barnes Road, Stonington, CT 06378.
Share Story Vault with your Pine Point family and friends!