A brief history of Sidwell Friends' athletic fashion—as diverse as the students who wear it.
The latest crop of books by alumni authors tackles self-acceptance, public advocacy, education, writing, and a murder mystery.
Percy Martin, the School’s beloved former art teacher, makes prints that are both real and imagined.
The School’s educators are decolonizing the curriculum and bringing the streets of DC into a seminar. Sidwell Friends’ greatest strength? The people in front of the classroom.
Why Meeting for Worship is “the centerpiece of the Sidwell community.”
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The former Sidwell Friends parent spoke on her art, her technique, and how audiobooks fit into it all.
The Quakers took to the field, links, and trails, garnering multiple area titles and recognitions.
Eighth-grade tour guides are experts on the green technologies found throughout the Middle School. Reclaimed wine barrels, big windows, and the "Tanks of Doom" are all part of an ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship.
Drop Everything and Serve Day showcases the Lower School's commitment to community service.
Dozens of students took to the sidewalk to demand action on climate change.