OES Beginning Year students celebrated the power of movement Thursday morning in a packed gym during the annual Movement Program.
NEWS & EVENTS
On Tuesday, OES Pre-K students shared their own self-authored books with parents, grandparents, friends, and faculty at the annual "Author's Tea."
Eighth graders took a "Solar System Walk" around campus this week to explore our vast solar system.
Last weekend, over 40 OES students went to Portland State University to show off their projects and compete in the Intel Northwest Science Expo (NWSE).
This year's winner of the Patty Jeanne Semura Award is Shiloh D. '21. The award is given annually to a member of the sophomore class who "possesses the vision, creativity, and potential to make a difference in the world, and who is an active builder of community."
The annual OES Track and Field Invitational was a huge success for the Middle School Track and Field Team last week. Thirteen schools showed up for friendly competition under a light mist and cloudy skies.
Third graders took a trip back in time recently when they traveled to the Mt. Hood National Forest for an overnight stay where they learned about life in the 1800s.
This week, Fariss Hall transformed into the home of the annual Great OES Book Swap (GOBS).
This week's Upper School Chapel gave students opportunities to reflect and share their experiences and what they learned on their Winterim activities and trips. Photo Courtesy of Trevor Jones '19.
This week in the Middle School, sixth and seventh-grade students began research on science projects of their choice.
The Fourth Grade International Fair, an annual celebration of learning, took place on Thursday, March 21. The projects at this year's fair all originated around the topic of water, but many developed into explorations of a variety of topics.
The 2019 OES Auction became our highest-grossing auction in school history! Over 400 members of the OES community came together to celebrate and set a new school record, raising $615,000.
The OES Ski Team wrapped up another successful season placing high in the state championships and making the entire OES community proud.
This week concluded the Project X "Deep Dive Days," a two-week long stretch when eighth-grade students get to focus solely on their Project X projects.
Third graders recently visited the Vancouver Land Bridge on a field trip. Students learned about native plants, tribal fishing methods, and the artwork that tells the story of Native Americans in our region.