Our Upper School Debate team has had some stellar successes lately!
NEWS & EVENTS
Last week young adult novelist Adam Silvera spoke to our Upper School community about everything from the craft of writing to explorations of identity.
Recently Ms. Duden's fifth-grade class clambered into canoes and set off to paddle around the wetlands . . . and then encountered something entirely unexpected.
What do you get when you add 10 Middle School Math Club members, the hours of a Saturday morning, and four different rounds of mathematical competitions? That would be the OES Math Meet!
The day before Thanksgiving, OES welcomed 300 Grandparents and Special Friends to our campus!
Often times Greek mythology involves gods and goddesses causing great amounts of various types of trouble. But not so for the fifth graders in Ms. Akehurst's class.
Yesterday Stephanie Portman's Modern Social Movements class taught seventh grade history students!
For the fourth season in a row, our girls' Varsity soccer team has won the state championship!
Learning a new language isn't an easy task. Which is why the creative efforts of the OES World Languages educators should be widely celebrated!
The Upper School fall play Macbeth(s) came to life last week, presenting a wild twist on Shakespeare's original work. Read on for insights into the play's production from the thespians themselves!
Observation. Analysis. Prediction. Control. Spaceships? These words might not seem to be related, but Mr. Vedder's eighth grade science class knows better.
Enjoy this special slideshow of visual art currently on display in the Upper School!
Winter is almost here, OES community! If you need to stock up on on warmer clothes or spirit wear, look no further than the newly relocated School Store.
How many ways can you transform a piece of paper? And what can you make using those strategies?
Halloween is serious business at OES! Enjoy these photos of all our festivities.