Upper School students recently transformed a patch of campus greenery into a beautiful garden for all OESians to enjoy!
NEWS & EVENTS
Yesterday OES's sixth graders took a short journey (just under four miles!) to Congregation Neveh Shalom.
Scooters, feathers, ribbons, and hula hoops. What do all these things have in common?
OES Middle and Upper Schoolers have been working hard to keep the peace at the 2018 Oregon Model United Nations Conference!
This week our third grade classes dove into historical experiences at the annual Oregon Trail Overnight!
OES is proud to announce that this year's Patty Jeanne Semura Award has been given to Hayden N. '20.
It may have been raining on Thursday morning, but Mrs. O'Toole's Primary class students all had sunny smiles on as they explored the Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area in North Portland!
There was spirited Aardvark fire on the track (and in the field) at Wednesday afternoon's OES Middle School Track & Field Invitational!
"Do I have to kiss all of these people?! They never said anything about this in Prince Training School!" Read on to find out where this laugh-inducing line and more came from.
Yesterday morning, every fourth grader had a story to tell of water and its crucial role in not only our lives, but also those of every creature on Earth.
This week, parents and special friends of our Pre-Kindergartners visited the classroom in order to listen to and engage with books written by students.
Curling? Venturing down to New Mexico? An epic bake-off? All of these adventures and many more kept our Upper School community members busy over the last week and a half.
Over 385 young female athletes and coaches visited OES last Saturday for the second-annual Oregon Girls' Sports Leadership Summit!
Last Saturday, OES's fourth and sixth grade OBOB teams showed their mastery of chapter, verse, and book alike!
With the help of particle physics professor and researcher Sally C. Seidel, Upper School science students and educators explored "The Beauty of Particle Physics" on Tuesday morning.