Friday's Graduation 2020 was a ceremony like no other. Congratulations to our graduating Aardvarks!
The Class of 2020 could be characterized by its many accomplishments, but for Head of Upper School Asha Appel, this graduating class characterizes community in a way never seen before.
“The fifth-grade class has a lot of personality, full of spunky, outspoken, and caring individuals,” said Assistant Head of Lower School Chris Thompson.
“The eighth-grade class has distinguished itself for its friendships and connections," Head of Middle School Ann Sulzer said about the Class of 2024. "For its kindness to each other and pure, often loud, joy. For the deep empathy and care, they have for each other."
The Class of 2020 participated in senior traditions old and new this week, in a socially distant way, by picking up their time capsules, gift bags, and leftover locker items.
The Class of 2020's contributions to Visual, Performing, and Musical Arts at OES deserve recognition and attention. To honor these creative seniors, we put together a Class of 2020 Fine Arts Showcase. Check it out!
Middle School science classes are hard at work prototyping usable furniture made from cardboard. Will the furniture be strong enough to hold their parents?
Fourth-graders spent part of their week presenting a nearly year-long project to their peers, teachers, and families, all with the goal of answering important questions about the planet for the annual International Fair.
Lower School P.E. has provided our youngest Aardvarks the chance to get outside, burn off some energy, and have a great time doing it.
Wellness at OES may look a little different lately, but to help out our community, Middle School Counselor Kathleen Hicks has been creating weekly Wellness Wednesday videos.