Seventh Grader Wins School Round of the National Geographic GeoBee
After a tight competition, including a long championship round, Daniel ’25 took first place in the Sidwell Friends National Geographic GeoBee on Fri., Dec. 13. In front of the entire Middle School, Daniel and his fellow competitors answered a world's worth of questions. What questions? We can't tell you, as other schools are still having their competitions and the GeoBee asks that we not share the questions or the answers. Check back later in January for a longer story about Daniel's win—and the surprising way he figured out the final answer.
Led by two Sidwell Friends students, Team Foxes for a Cure set out to raise $60,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. They did that—and MUCH more.
In the 2021 Zeidman lecture, Erika Lee tackled the history of racism against the AAPI community.
By going virtual, this year the Founder's Day tradition of Let Your Life Speak morning meant that dozens of alumni living across the world could meet with students to speak about their passions, their careers, and how their Sidwell Friends experience has echoed through their lives.
Celebrating Founder’s Day with games, popcorn, and a call for justice.
Today is Founder’s Day, and I open the day with this query: Which seeds will we water?