Please join us in celebrating our graduating seniors as they take the next steps in their life journeys!
NEWS & EVENTS
Humble. Kind. Fierce. Social Justice Champions. These are only a handful of the many words our Middle School educators used to describe the Class of 2022 during Thursday morning's Eighth Grade Promotion Ceremony.
"I think of your class as a wonder," remarked OES Head of Lower School David Lowell when addressing the Class of 2025 at their Fifth Grade Promotion Ceremony. "And I wonder what you will do, here at OES and beyond."
Late spring sunshine came out last Saturday to give a special touch to the annual Dorm Retreat of Fun!
What do you get when you put more than 30 eighth graders onstage in front of parents and educators alike?
After Wednesday morning, Mrs. Johnson Mounsey and Ms. Lee's third graders can now consider themselves marathoners!
The results are in—check out how all of your OES Varsity sports squads fared this season!
As part of a tradition hearkening back to 2011, last Friday the Middle School Echoes Awards Ceremony honored excellent written works by OESians in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
Ever been treated to a surprise theater production? Thanks to a group of Upper School acting students this week, Ms. Endicott's kindergartners have!
At OES, we see cross-Divisional connections happen every day. Yet there's nothing quite like the annual Lifer Lunch!
Yesterday evening two different events involving the same principles of inquiry and exploration made campus come alive: the Spring Extension Showcase and the Project X Celebration.
Upper School Islam class members, shares OES Religion and Philosophy educator Katie Seltzer, have been exploring interfaith dialogues in a number of ways.
Last week our fifth graders enjoyed an educational yet celebratory trip to Orcas Island!
Elder care home life? Refugees seeking citizenship? Musical numbers intertwined with themes of complex family dynamics and the search for common ground? What could all of these things possibly have in common?
OES's LEGO Program, which includes 60 students and seven different classes, goes well beyond basic bricks.