A nondigital camera, several rolls of black-and-white film, and one timeless house.
How working for the Baltimore city police allows Randolph Brett Perrin II ’11 to live his values every day.
Authors explore genetics in fiction and nonfiction, the call to teach and the problem with educational systems, the personality of American power and the lack of power in the American personality, and more.
When Sidwell Friends’ John Flower found a house in rural China that would soon be demolished, he had a wild idea: Move it to the hills of Appalachia. Now, the China Folk House is connecting one mountain culture to another.
For these Sidwell Friends students, time away from School was anything but a vacation.
In 1922, Sidwell Friends’ new location on Wisconsin Avenue opened its doors to Lower Schoolers.
The head of school looks at preparing students for challenges and possibilities far beyond the classroom.
On Campus News
Can Middle and Upper Schoolers write a book in one month? Can faculty and staff?
Walter Rouse ’19, now a Stanford senior, is a finalist for the Campbell Trophy.
Upper Schoolers. In the theater. With a script.
How one parent went from chaperone to CEO and taught an important life lesson about making a difference.
This year’s Rubenstein Guest Artist Kenzo Digital ’98 has altered the New York skyline with an immersive experience that will challenge your sense of the physical world.
Día de los Muertos invites children to celebrate lives well-lived.
Upper School entrepreneurs pitch their businesses to real experts.
Student athletes demonstrate the value of leadership across disciplines.
The community gathers for games, food, fellowship, and a homecoming for the ages.
The School launches a historic campaign to light the way forward.