If you were not able to join us for one of our State of the School meetings this week, we have made a recording available!
NEWS & EVENTS
This webinar by EmbraceRace focuses on supporting cross-racial friendships between kids and the lessons of “prejudice mindsets.”
This event is recommended by our Office of Equity & Inclusion.
The next Neurodiverse Community Affinity Group (NCAG) Meeting on Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. will feature an in-person panel discussion, "Normalizing Neurodiversity in Our Community," with child neuropsychologist Nancy Loss, PhD, psychologist Freda Bax, and child and family therapist Victoria Shulthies.
This event is open to the whole OES community.
Join the LGBTQ+ parents affinity group at 8 a.m. on Feb. 8 in the Fariss Hall Conference Room.
Fourth graders reached the beach to explore the great outdoors and learn new skills.
Students are hard at work creating Vark Tank prototypes.
An Upper School student creates an art project that connects US and LS students.
OES has a special connection to the Seattle Seahawks "My Cause, My Cleats" program for 2022.
Third graders learn about story elements and make dioramas about their characters.
Eighth graders pulled ivy, painted over graffiti, and helped around the community in other ways.
- All School
- College Counseling
- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
- EC3 Design Center
- Experiential Education
- Extension & After School
- History & Social Studies
- Lower School
- Middle School
- Parent Partnership
- Physical Education
- Religion & Philosophy
- Residential Life / Boarding
- School Store
- Service Learning
- St. John's News
- Summer Program
- Upper School
- Visual, Performing, and Musical Arts
- World Languages