Eight new signs at the Lower School celebrate not only Quaker testimonies, but collaboration, cooperation—and a lot of fun.
The class of 2025 kicked off their Upper School years with tours, UNO, community engagement, and fun.
New norms and old traditions merged as students returned to campus for the 2021/22 academic year.
Merissa Nathan Gerson ’00 discussed how her new book "Forget Prayers, Bring Cake: A Single Woman's Guide to Grieving," helped her—and how she hopes it will help others
Athletics is at the core of the Sidwell Friends experience, and some alumni and current students have achieved incredible success.
We are excited to welcome new people to the Sidwell Friends community, as well as celebrate some old friends who are now in new positions.
The Class of 2020 returns to campus for an emotional tribute and joyous celebration.
Woodworking! Coding! Fashion! All are part of Sidwell Summer, which returned to in-person activities this summer.
Former Sidwell Friends teacher Richard Brady and Kim Seashore ’87 discuss the value of mindfulness—in life and in classrooms.
How Live in the Lights, a nonprofit started by Adie Selassie ’22, is enabling people along the Texas-Mexico border to access clean, reliable electricity.
The new series of camps for high schoolers kicked off with GenHERation Exploration, where campers learned about becoming ethical leaders from powerful women from across the country.
Asmi Pareek ’23 received recognition from the Association of Women in Mathematics for her essay on math teacher Yolanda Rolle, but the real prize was learning how to look at math in a new way.
With college visits off the table, the Alumni Office connected young Sidwell Friends alumni with current students.