The Student-Managed Investment Fund club gives an inside look at how the ongoing public health crisis has affected their work and the finance world at large.
Our role as educators is to know, challenge, and love our students - in return, we can fairly ask them to work hard, build their character, and take care of each other.
- Henry Heil, Head of Upper School
The academic program of the Upper School represents a four-year college preparatory curriculum that provides broad training in the liberal arts and sciences and stresses independent thinking, writing, critical reading, discipline, and creativity. Each student is assigned a faculty advisor who provides guidance, counseling, and support.
We promote understanding through classroom experiences and real-world applications that involve students in the in-depth discovery and development of their talents, skills, and acquired knowledge.
Congratulations to the eight Class of 2021 student-artists whose works were selected for the Third Annual Young Artists Exhibition.
Curated by middle school arts instructor Elizabeth Wilson, this exhibition features 19 artists, including seven who are also ESD faculty.
"Pacificaribbean, by internationally renowned artist Juan Alberto Negroni, covers all sides of the building and showcase a symbiotic relationship between art and nature."