In May, third and fourth graders canoed on the Brandywine, after learning safety and paddling techniques. Check out more photos here.
At the end of their study of Japan, the first and second graders illustrated their haiku books, created their own ikebana, and made sushi from scratch. Check out more photos here.
Beach day is an end-of-year tradition for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classes. Check out more photos here.
Pre-kindergarten students have been planting a pizza garden, full of plants just right for making the perfect pizza. They have also been exploring other gardens on campus.
First and second graders have been planting a butterfly waystation. The classes were recognized by Monarch Watch.
Kindergartners had a Skype conversation with ninth graders about the story-song Abiyoy.
Third and fourth graders visited Harrisburg, an annual trip that's part of their study of Pennsylvania.
Fifth and sixth graders have been building a dyeing garden on campus, which will produce plants useful for dyeing fabrics in earth-friendly ways.