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.
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Congratulations to the eight Class of 2021 student-artists whose works were selected for the Third Annual Young Artists Exhibition.
Third graders are studying volcanoes, how they erupt, and their structures as part of a larger unit on landforms in geology.
View the early childhood, lower school, middle school, and upper school digital worship services for the week of January 18, 2021.
The Dockery family adds to the financial security of ESD's future with a gift to endowment.
View the early childhood, lower school, middle school, and upper school digital worship services for the week of January 11, 2021.
Curated by middle school arts instructor Elizabeth Wilson, this exhibition features 19 artists, including seven who are also ESD faculty.
Dragons took over Lower School hearts and minds today. Students are clamoring to learn more about Chunk and Maggie.
"Pacificaribbean, by internationally renowned artist Juan Alberto Negroni, covers all sides of the building and showcase a symbiotic relationship between art and nature."
Middle schoolers in the fishing club enjoying catching and studying Largemouth Bass during flex time.
Earlier today, Head of School David Baad spoke to middle and upper school students about this month's virtue: Justice.
Seven students were honored in the Association of Texas Photography Instructors Fall Photo Contest. Collectively they earned 10 awards.
Inspired to create 50 paintings before her 50th birthday, ESD alumni parent Valerie Boyd surpassed her goal with over 100 paintings.
View the early childhood, lower school, middle school, and upper school digital worship services for the week of January 4, 2021
Maya Harris '13 presented on the environmental impact of cement/concrete at Objectif Sciences International's Geneva Forum.
In his welcome back homily on January 4, Mr. Baad asked faculty to examine, "What does it mean to have a curriculum that ignites a life of purpose?”
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