Lower School students dashed into their Mileage program with a Walk4Fun.
NEWS & EVENTS
This retreat offers time for eighth graders to contemplate the aspects of relationships.
OES students apply their power for good by addressing hunger in our community.
Coaches influence our children's lives in many ways. Hear from two of OES's longest-serving coaches.
The Parents/Guardians of Neurodivergent Learners affinity group supports the families of students who have learning differences such as ADHD, dyslexia, and dyscalculia.
A new program for parents and guardians of OES students offers a variety of educational offerings.
Fifth grade volleyball is a hit, both for the girls who came out to play, and for their coach.
Middle School students went on overnight trips this week to learn more about themselves, each other, and the great outdoors.
A group of Upper School dorm students traveled to the Oregon coast to clean up litter last weekend. Some of them were visiting the coast for the first time.
The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and the Bishop of Oregon recently visited OES and shared their thoughts on some of today's most pressing current events. Their conversation was featured on a segment for OPB's Think Out Loud program this week
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