Please join us for Quaker Meeting followed by refreshments at the rise of meeting.
To register for Turkey Bowl activities click here.
Work off some of that holiday turkey with a 5K fun run around the track! All participants-walkers and runners-are welcome.
Boys' and Girls' Alumni Basketball Games
11:00 a.m. - Girls' Game
12:30 p.m. - Boys' Game
Come relive your glory days on the court!
Turkey Bowl Touch Football Game
Lower Turf Field
Come rain or shine. Face off at the annual touch football game. (No cleats, pads, or helmets, please.)
Young Alumni Happy Hour
Brixton, 901 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Enjoy drink specials all night and no cover.
Join fellow retired and former faculty and staff and Bryan Garman as we welcome new retirees, find out about upcoming events, and hear an update from Bryan. Please RSVP here by November 22. For more information, contact Ashley Doherty, Assistant Director for Alumni and Affinity Programs, at 202-537-8148 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Next-to-New Sale volunteers are invited to join us. For more information and to register, click here.
The Sidwell Friends community gathered to celebrate their athletes, alumni, and a new name for the Athletic Center.
The Dehejia Internship Program provides exciting opportunities for rising seniors.
A Sidwell Friends alum teaches her classes about the importance of standing up for what’s right.
Gastronomic delights were the order of the day at SFS’s third annual celebration of culinary-minded alums.
On a bright and beautiful morning, the Class of 2017 walked down Zartman’s steps and into the future.
In honor of its most generous and consistent alumni donor, Sidwell Friends School will name its Athletic Center for David “Sandy” Pearson ’52 during Homecoming festivities this fall.
Alumni at Let Your Life Speak Day reassure students that keeping an open mind about their professional futures can be a “beautiful thing.”
Barton Rubenstein ’81 sculpts the Mother Earth Project to help save the earth.
Alyson Cambridge ’97, international opera and jazz singer, returns to the place where she once harbored a big secret!
Soye Kim ’73 and Antonia Fasanelli ’92 were connected from the start. But nobody could have predicted the way their lives repeatedly intertwined.