As a wrap-up to all the fun and hard work by the second-grade Lower School classes this fall, parents and special friends were invited to classroom learning celebrations this week.
NEWS & EVENTS
The OES Math Club is gearing up for their annual MathCounts Mock Competition in the MS Commons this weekend.
This week, bestselling author Jamie Ford visited Middle School English classes who read his historical fiction book, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, this fall.
This week, all of the Lower School is participating in Giving Chapel, one of their most-anticipated annual events.
For the second year in a row, Upper School History Teacher and History Department Chair Stephanie Portman gathered a group of her Modern Social Movements students to teach classes to Middle School history students.
Each year, OES sends six students to the Student Diversity Leadership Conference offered by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), and several faculty members to the concurrent People of Color Conference (PoCC).
The OES Chaplains warmly welcome everyone to experience a contemplative way to celebrate the season by joining us for our annual Advent Lessons and Carols Service.
Every year around this time, Upper School students get the chance to flex their creative writing muscles and use this quiet time between the holidays to pen new creations for the ECHOES creative writing contest.
Project X is an exciting inquiry program that emphasizes a growth mindset, process over product, and authentic student-driven learning.
Last week we were honored to welcome 350 grandparents and special friends of our OES students to come visit our beautiful campus and get a taste of what the student experience is like.
The Lower School Beginning Years (Pre-K, Primary, and Kindergarten) students have been engaged in a shared investigation of social problem-solving.
Our fall play, Haroun and the Sea of Stories, wrapped last week after a successful four-night run. Enjoy this compilation of photos.
This week the third graders continued their journey of learning by visiting the Children's Book Bank in Northeast Portland.
It's Shark Tank time for the seventh-grade science classes!
On Tuesday night, the Upper School instrumentalists and choir treated the school to a night of beautiful music and singing at The Episcopal Parish of St. John the Baptist.