"To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift," once said legendary Oregon runner Steve ("Pre") Prefontaine. This attitude was clearly modeled last week as NIKE Executive Andrea Corradini spoke with the Aardvark Business Club.
Recently our eighth graders heard first-hand accounts of World War II from Arthur Roth, veteran and OES grandparent.
What happens when you combine bright colors, great music, and fast scooters? The answer is OES's Beginning Years movement program, which went on display in a big way yesterday morning.
Ethics is a complex intersection of rational thought and human behavior. But there was nothing murky or uncertain about how the OES team performed at the National High School Ethics Bowl last weekend.
Wednesday morning, all who gathered in the Great Hall heard the story of Patty Jeanne Semura '99, and honored this year's recipient of the award given in her honor.
Hearing languages other than English is one of the many benefits of being at OES. This week, we received a welcome infusion of French!
Recently our sixth graders heard from a Native Peoples carver who chose a peaceful path to healing after the death of his brother.
Whether in far-flung countries or right here in the OES Great Hall, the 2017 Winterim adventures engaged our entire Upper School community.
Enjoy a slideshow of photos from around campus!
The Earth is a special place for many reasons, one of the most important being its ability to sustain human life. But are there other places in our solar system that could be inhabited by humans?
Before Spring Break, months of work by our fourth graders culminated in the annual International Fair!
Care Bears. Weather patterns. A talking stool. What common link could these three things possibly share?