A team of Upper School students raised over $414,000 in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Students of the Year campaign, a seven-week fundraising challenge.
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Algebra 1A students found inspiration in Islamic art during Ramadan to create their own beautiful and dynamic patterns with simple shapes, similar to those found in tombs, tilings, and modern day architecture and art.
As part of their unit on China, the fourth grade got the very special opportunity to learn about Chinese cuisine from one of the best chefs in the world, Peter Chang.
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Maryland) announced the winners of the Eighth District Congressional Art Competition on Tuesday, May 16. Katherine Yoon ’23 and Elsa Bell ’24 both earned second place honors.
Inspired by her own experience as a student-athlete, Calla D. '23 has spent the past school year educating her peers about the importance of sports nutrition.
Congratulations to Elsa B. '24 and Sonia H. '25 for competing in and placing in the inaugural National Poster Contest for K-12 Chinese programs!
To put the practice of circular economy into action locally, Alicja M. '24 founded EcoExchange, a program that works to prevent usable items from being thrown away and ending up at landfills.
Award-winning artist and children's book author Susan Eaddy recently spent two full days engaging with Lower School students. During her visit, she showed students how she creates and photographs her clay art and assisted students in making their own.