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Class of 2029 Expresses Knowledge Through Art
Friday, March 03, 2017
At OES, our art educators work hard to make the projects in their classrooms as student-driven as possible.

Spanish Students Do "Super" Service Learning
Friday, February 10, 2017
How many people did YOU feed at your Super Bowl party last weekend? Chances are your answer can't compare with that of Maria McIvor's Upper School Spanish students.

Immigration Day Honors Our Ancestors' Journeys
Friday, January 27, 2017
It's 1902, and you've just arrived at Ellis Island after a long voyage by boat. Your English is limited, and everything you own is either on your back or in a suitcase. What happens next? Fifth grade Immigration Day is an annual event that explores this very question.

US Echoes Ceremony Honors the Craft of Writing
Friday, January 20, 2017
"The fire is eating up the sky." This line, from a poem titled "Untitled" by SkyCat H. '20, resounded out over the Chapel as its author shared an excerpt from his piece. The Upper School Echoes Contest Awards Ceremony this morning is an annual event that celebrates the craft of writing by recognizing the exceptional student writers in our midst.

Civil Discourse Takes Center Stage at US Chapel
Friday, January 13, 2017
On Tuesday, the Upper School Government, Politics, and Citizenship (GPC) class presented an Inauguration Chapel to the gathered community.

Alumni Return For a College Chat
Friday, January 06, 2017
On Wednesday, a panel of five OES alumni spoke to the classes of '17 and '18 about what to expect in college.

Giving Chapel Honors the Importance of Service
Friday, December 16, 2016
The sacred space of our chapel was filled with song, light, and a gathering of committed community members on Tuesday morning for the annual Lower School Giving Chapel.

Seventh Graders Bring New Meaning to "Recorded History"
Friday, December 09, 2016
Seventh grade history students have recently been working on a unique assignment: research, write, and record a podcast related to the Age of Exploration.

Extra! Extra! Animal Farm Newspapers Go to Press
Friday, November 11, 2016
Seventh grade English students began working in groups this week to create newspapers based on George Orwell's book Animal Farm.

Stage and Screen Students Put A Spin on Horror
Friday, October 28, 2016
"Should they be eaten by the monster?" This question, posed in all seriousness, came from Andrew C. '19 as he and his fellow filmmakers discussed the plot of their movie project.

Octoberim: Studies, Self-Care, and Service
Friday, October 21, 2016
Coloring. Yoga. Futsal. These might sound like activities reserved only for weekends, but this week we saw each of them and many more taking place right here on campus!

Antigone Project Inspires Upper School Creativity
Friday, October 14, 2016
The ´╗┐Antigone Project´╗┐, presented to the entire Upper School on Wednesday morning, is the result of five contemporary playwrights reimagining the myth of Antigone.

Animal Blessings Abound in Chapel
Friday, October 07, 2016
This week at OES saw two separate but quite intertwined celebrations of the Feast of St. Francis and what animals bring to our lives.

Engineering Students Visit Mercy Corps
Friday, September 23, 2016

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