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A Walking History of OES
Friday, September 22, 2017
Oregon Episcopal School has almost 150 years of rich history. How do we ensure that this crucial body of knowledge is passed down to those who are currently part of the OES community?

Class of 2021 Moves Forward from Eighth Grade
Friday, June 16, 2017
"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.

Upper Schoolers Cast Ballots for Peer Representatives
Friday, June 02, 2017
On Wednesday, our Upper School students cast their ballots for next year's slate of student leaders.

Tales of Heroes and Heroines Fill Hearts in the Lower School
Friday, May 05, 2017
Although Roald Dahl, Harriet Tubman, and Abraham Lincoln were never really in the same room together, their spirits and those of many others came to life last week through the annual second grade Hero Speeches.

This Week: Don't Miss the Spring One-Acts!
Monday, May 01, 2017
Don't miss the Spring One-Act plays this Wednesday through Saturday, May 3–6!

"Animal Farm" Delivers Satire through Song
Friday, March 17, 2017
Recently, a group of thespians, visual artists, puppeteers, and stage crew members turned the Upper School Great Hall into a very special type of background: the setting for a musical version of Animal Farm.

Fifth Graders Bring "Woven Tales" to Life
Friday, February 17, 2017
It's easy to think that you have to spend a lot of money on good theater in Portland. But as Ms. Akehurst's fifth grade class proved this week, you don't always need a night out on the town to see a great show.

The Art of Improv, Seventh-Grade Style
Friday, February 17, 2017
On Monday and Tuesday evenings this week, the Middle School Commons was transformed from a calm gathering space into a classic setting of the clash of the titans. Two teams competed against each other each night for the lively and entertaining seventh grade improv showdowns.

Japanese-American History Comes to Life for Third Graders
Friday, December 02, 2016
"What would you do if you felt like you belonged? And what would you do if someone told you that you didn't belong?" These were some of the guiding questions that OES third graders were encouraged to explore during this week's visit to the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.

Chinook Tribal Artist Shares Stories
Friday, November 11, 2016
As a continuation of OES' Guest Artist series, honorary Chinook tribal artist Mark Shelton came to speak and interact with our Lower School students on Tuesday.

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