Two outstanding alumni athletes will be inducted into the D-E Athletic of Fame on June 4 as part of Alumni Reunion 2016 festivities.
In early April, a highly select group of seniors was inducted into the School’s Cum Laude Society at a special dinner in Hajjar Auditorium. An annual ceremony that is traditionally one of the more memorable of the academic year, the Cum Laude Dinner featured personal remarks from D-E faculty and administrative staff members about each…
This year in the Korean Culture Club, students create artworks inspired by bojagi, a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. For the project, students used tissue paper, handmade textured papers, canvas, and acrylic gloss medium to create colorful mosaic pieces that are reminiscent of translucent fabric bojagi.
Each season of Upper School sports at D-E concludes with a special banquet at which athletes and teams are honored & recognized by their coaches. The Spring Sports Banquet is particularly special as the end-of-year awards are also announced. Click here to download the names of our Spring 2016 season student athlete honorees. Click here to view the names of…
When he was a toddler growing up in California, Darren Skolnik ’21 was such an insatiable climber that his parents had to take action. “I climbed everything everywhere, and my parents thought that it would be a good idea to teach me how to do it safely,” he says.
Thirty Dwight-Englewood students won a total of 71 regional awards in the 2016 Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards. This is a record for D-E, which has had a handful of Middle and Upper School students win in each of the past five years.
When First Presbyterian Church of Englewood had a huge fire on March 22, the smoke damage extended to FPPK, the church’s preschool and kindergarten. D-E Lower School’s third grade students then decided to donate music instruments through their yearlong service learning project, Third Graders Making a Difference.