"What are some ways to say 'thank you' in words and actions?"
This simple but profound query was developed by a Lower School class years ago, but it resonates today and throughout this season of gratitude.
Members of our community—students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni—are demonstrating the power of gratitude by giving thanks for the aspects of their lives and Sidwell Friends they most appreciate.
Check out this video and see if you treasure the same things:
Most of all, we're thankful for you and the many ways you make Sidwell Friends a better place to grow and learn. By sharing your insights, time, talents, and philanthropy, you enable our students to thrive, our faculty to learn, and our community to grow. We are grateful for your contributions, because with your support, we can continue to offer the quality Quaker education this city and country needs.
We hope this is the beginning of a wonderful season of friends, family, and conviviality.
The Sidwell Friends senior took home the title—and a lot more.
A student-proposed, hands-on class examines an imperfect science—and how it impacts the legal system.
The student performers of the Upper School Dance Ensemble performed on February 6 for their family, friends, and classmates. We are proud of their talent, dedication, and the community that supports them.
The Upper School EJC Day on January 31 featured keynote speaker Natalie Randolph '98, director of Equity Justice, and Community. The day featured wellness activities to promote mental health and student-led workshops to explore identity.
Lions are not typically vegetarians. With one notable exception: the lion that performed in front of the Sidwell Friends community during the Lunar New Year celebration on January 26. To help kick off the Year of the Rat, that lion enjoyed a hearty vegan meal.