Accomplished author and illustrator Kathryn Otoshi visited with our Lower School students this past Thursday.
NEWS & EVENTS
Last Thursday and Friday the Class of 2022 bravely set out on a new academic adventure—"Project X"—that will serve as a year-long, comprehensive inquiry-based learning experience!
This week, through pattern blocks, checkers, and dominoes, the primary students conducted math concept explorations.
A warm wind wasn't the only thing pushing over 350 runners onward at Tuesday evening's annual OES Cross-Country Invitational!
Enjoy this week's special photo slideshow featuring art made by Mrs. Endicott's kindergarten students!
Each year one of OES's very special partnerships comes to life on campus through the AASK (Aardvarks Advocate Skills and Knowledge) Summer Day Camp.
New energy and old traditions filled the air on Wednesday as our entire OES community gathered around the Belltower to celebrate the advent of a new school year!
Simply because school ends in mid-June doesn't mean that OES shuts down for the summer. Quite the opposite, in fact!
OES alumni frequently make headlines after they've left our hallways, and the latest example came earlier this week when we heard that Lucy Stevens '14 achieved an impressive athletic milestone.
Enjoy this school year's final slideshow of photos from on- and off-campus!
"Follow your passion," Ellen DeGeneres once told a graduating class at Tulane University. "Be true to yourself and everything will be fine." If their time at OES is any indication, the 72 seniors graduating tonight will have no trouble following this advice.
"What do you need? How can I help?" As OES Head of Middle School Ann Sulzer shared during Wednesday morning's Eighth Grade Promotion Ceremony, these two questions have defined this year's graduating eighth graders.
Fifty-four members of the class of 2024 officially graduated from the Lower School this morning!
Last Saturday night, our Aardvarks took on the fierce Sunset High Apollos and triumphed to win the state championship!
Sales from this week's Lower School Art Fair will benefit the Refugee Care Collective, a Portland-based nonprofit that aims to ease relocation transitions for our newest community members.