Equity at Sidwell Friends still has a long way to go, but the School will never stop working toward it.
The latest books by Sidwell Friends alumni move from the grandeur of the global stage to the intimacy of the deeply personal.
These recently published books from the Sidwell Friends community all have something in common: Whether in the highest levels of government or the deepest chambers of the heart, they are all about power.
A brief history of computer technology at Sidwell Friends School.
A team of Sidwell Friends students are curating the definitive (global, smart, and intimate) narrative about teenage life during the pandemic.
The Sidwell Friends School’s Medical Advisory Team rivals teams working at the city and state levels.
Two Sidwell Friends Coaches Earn Hall-of-Fame Honors
When Sidwell Friends closed for the pandemic, the School’s Facilities team got to work.
On Campus News
This year's 4th grade class takes a non-traditional path to their traditional fundraiser—reading audiobooks that can be shared by all.
During a recent Conversation with Friends, journalist Anne Applebaum ’82 joined Elsa Walsh (P’ 94, ’15) to discuss “the seductive lure of authoritarianism,” current political disenchantment, and political polarization across the globe.
A digital postcard from our fourth grade singers sending warm wishes for peace this Thanksgiving holiday.
A fourth-grade class showers the "hidden heroes" of the School—security, facilities, dining services, and health services—with the thanks they deserve.
How a virtual celebration of Diwali brought light into the Lower School.
Members of the Sidwell Friends class of 2020 now attending the University of Chicago nominated teachers who had a profound effect on their high school education.
How the Sidwell Friends Outdoors Club is encouraging students to leave their screens behind.
Vine discussed his new book, The United States of War: A Global History of America’s Endless Conflicts, from Columbus to the Islamic State, with Enid Logan ’90 and the Sidwell Friends community as part of the Conversation with Friends series.
Sidwell Friends 4th graders travel up Wisconsin Avenue to begin in-person classes on the DC campus.
Thanks to the combined efforts of students at Sidwell Friends and Georgetown Day School, more than 200 young people are stepping in for older election workers.