On Wednesday evening, author and speaker Amy Morin visited OES to talk about her new book 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don't Do.
NEWS & EVENTS
Last weekend, the members of our OES Boarding family took some time away from campus for a community retreat.
On Monday, many members of the OES community spread out across Portland to conduct service projects. Here are just a few of the various activities OESians did to give back on MLK Day.
Enjoy these snapshots of beautiful visual art from all three OES Divisions!
With over 340 students spread across a total of eight grades, there's never a dull moment in the OES Lower School!
The semester may be drawing to a close, but OES Upper School students are as active as ever!
To supplement their current studies of India and Hinduism, this week the Class of 2024 visited the BAPS Shri Swaminaryan Mandir in Tigard.
This afternoon's annual St. Nick's Chapel was a celebration of light, music, togetherness . . . and Aardy!
This month our fourth graders took an exciting and educational trip that involved everything from snow science to sledding: a visit to the Mazama Lodge in Government Camp!
Earlier this week, the Primary, Kindergarten, and Pre-Kindergarten classes all welcomed family members and special friends to their learning celebrations.
The new OES Connect platform aims to provide a professional, active online network for our OES Alumni, faculty, and staff. Get ready to sign up on December 21!
Winterim is a time set aside each spring for Upper School students to explore new skills, places, cultures, and ideas in a focused, hands-on manner.
In October a group of St. Helen's Hall alumnae returned to campus to take part in the dedication of Fariss Hall, named in honor of longtime SHH headmistress Gertrude Fariss.
For the fourth season in a row, the OES Girls' Varsity soccer team has won the state championship!
- Did you know that you can now designate your OES Fund gift? Donate today!