Sidwell Friends authors offer a bounty for your reading pleasure and holiday gift lists this season—mystery, stories, scandal, scholarship, entrepreneurialism, cuisine, science, introspection, and even a couple of choice children’s books.
The journey Kathryn Greenberg ’95 took led her to be an advocate for others. Now she spends every day helping people who experience trauma and addiction find their purpose.
Parents bombarding the Sidwell Friends switchboards dates back to the beginning of the last century. But pay phones on campus quickly surged before becoming obsolete at the beginning of this century. Now, phones—and phone numbers—are as pervasive as people, and the District’s 202 has a new cachet.
Director of Alumni Engagement Anna Wyeth has worked at Sidwell Friends for nine years. This magazine interviews a lot of alumni, and something we’ve heard over and over is how involved and capable Wyeth is. Below, we find out why.
Sidwell Friends athletes, alumni, and coaches earn plaudits at home and internationally.
The head of school reflects on the beauty and community of quietude.
On Campus News
As the theaters reopen, Middle and Upper School thespians shine in "The Mask Project" and "Puffs."
Please join us in thanking the Newman family for Andre’s remarkable service and in holding them in the Light. Officer Newman invested himself fully in the Sidwell Friends community and will be deeply missed.
Second graders' stories are brought to life through rolling robots.
Chinese IV students present their dream trips to China—with an eye towards making real-life connections.
The award-winning author Matt de la Peña visited with each School division and the community at large to talk about finding himself in books, the freedom of low expectations, and how writers are made, not born.
Ken Hakuta P ’98, ’00, and ’02 takes the Sidwell Friends community along for a tour of the new Nam June Paik retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Food, fun, and football (and soccer and field hockey and volleyball) made for a memorable return to in-person Homecoming festivities.
How one Sidwell Friends senior is connecting with migrant children through art.
Students explore healthy relationships, faculty learn about supporting LGBTQIA+ perspectives with the Human Rights Campaign.
Silvana Niazi, the Señora Guillermina Medrano de Supervía Endowed Faculty Chair for Spanish and Latin American Studies, shares resources for families to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month—and discusses why it matters.