By encouraging students to appreciate poetry and supporting their capacity to create it, the Middle School Poetry Endowment Fund imbues Middle Schoolers with new confidence in their ability to express themselves.
How donor funding ignites a spark in students that will enable them to assess and address real-world problems—to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Sidwell Friends alumni, friends, and students of Señora Supervia are coming together to create the The Señora Guillermina Medrano de Supervia Endowed Chair for Spanish and Latin American Studies, a permanent endowed faculty position to honor the extraordinary life and teaching of Señora Supervia.
The former Sidwell Friends parent spoke on her art, her technique, and how audiobooks fit into it all.
The 37th Annual John Fisher Zeidman ’79 Memorial Lecture was more than an incisive and engaging discussion of China’s social, political, and cultural transformations over the past 40 years. It also represented the collective memory of Sidwell Friends, found in a lively cross-section of alumni, current students, parents, grandparents, and current and former faculty that spanned over 75 years of Sidwell Friends history.
Sidwell Friends Athletics is excited to unveil its new visual identity today and to introduce a new spirit mark, a star-shaped fox. The identity is designed to unify the community around the athletic program and to build stronger visual cohesion among the School’s teams.
At the 2018 Rubenstein Guest Artist Lecture, community, imagination, and nature converge.
The Honorable Ann Winkelman Brown ’55 and Mr. Don Brown have donated 67 works of art to Sidwell Friends.
The Dehejia Internship Program provides exciting opportunities for rising seniors.
In honor of its most generous and consistent alumni donor, Sidwell Friends School will name its Athletic Center for David “Sandy” Pearson ’52 during Homecoming festivities this fall.