Last Friday and Saturday, the OES Middle School hosted the annual Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) Student Leadership and Diversity Retreat.
NEWS & EVENTS
This week at OES we paid homage to two very different yet linked holidays: Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday.
OES continues to celebrate Black History Month. In a seventh grade English class, students are currently reading and discussing Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, the abolitionist's memoir.
On Wednesday night, people from many different parts of the OES community joined our Boarding families for a dual celebration: honoring both the Lunar New Year and Valentine's Day.
"Aardy's Enchanted Auction" is only four weeks away! Here are a few special previews of our grand ballroom-worthy items.
Last week, Ms. Busick's class brought William Shakespeare to OES's new EC3 Center, with a bold and creative adaptation of the classic tale of Twelfth Night.
Learn more about Refugee Care Collective, the Upper School's Midwinter Madness beneficiary for this year's fundraising effort!
Last Thursday, OES hosted a movie field trip for the students from Whitford Middle School who participate in our AASK (Aardvarks Advocate Skills and Knowledge) tutoring program.
OES thespians of all ages will be performing Shrek The Musical later this month! Get your seats reserved now . . . .
Enjoy this series of pictures showcasing the OES Outdoor Education program!
Yesterday morning, Mrs. Bridgnell's class members transformed from kindergartners into musical composers!
Two Fridays ago, 17 Upper School students were honored for their written work at this year's Echoes contest awards ceremony.
Recently OES sixth graders explored the meaning of masks with guidance from Visual Arts educator Jem Pritchard.
On Wednesday evening, author and speaker Amy Morin visited OES to talk about her new book 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don't Do.
Last weekend, the members of our OES Boarding family took some time away from campus for a community retreat.