D-E 360º Summer 2022!

Discoveries & Adventures Our youngest campers were immersed in exploring their “Hero’s Journey” through activities ranging from creating hero books for Story Week to designing their very own kindness capes. Surprise visits from the fire department, mentalist...

Faculty & Staff Celebration Lunch – Spring 2022

We honor those individuals who have dedicated 10, 20, 25, 35, and 45 years of service to D-E and its students. It is tradition for colleagues to offer a few words of appreciation to the honorees and to those who are retiring. The atmosphere was heartwarming as tears...

Spring Athletes Shout-Outs: All-Conference, League & County Honorees

 “Cheers” to the following Spring 2022 individual student athletes recognized for All-Conference, All-League, and/or All-County honors. Go Bulldogs! Baseball Rhys Bowie ’24 - NJIC All-League 1st Team (Outfielder) and 3rd Team All-County Daniel Russell ’24 - NJIC...

Stage Band & Jazz Rock

D-E was honored to host legendary musician, Don Byron, to perform with Stage Band. A Guggenheim Fellow, two-time Grammy nominee, and Pulitzer Prize nominee, Don Byron has been changing the soundscape of jazz for decades. D-E’s Stage Band and Jazz Workshop’s...

Annie JR.

D-E’s Performing Arts presented Annie JR. for this year’s Middle School spring musical. It was a joy to hear the iconic tune, “It’s the Hard-Knock Life!” live from Schenck Auditorium. Directed by theater teacher, Stephanie Anderson, with musical direction by Lower...

Commencement & Year-End Events

During the weeks prior to Commencement, the Class of 2022 enjoyed the end-of-year festivities that comes with the spring season. In May, the Upper School gathered for a perfect-weather day for M.A.G.I.C, D-E’s annual intramural sports competition…

Epic Reunion 3x 2022 Recap

More than 200 graduates, particularly those alumni whose class years ended with 0,1,2,5,6, and 7, enjoyed a series of special occasions and parties that took place from June 10-12. Gatherings were held not only on the D-E campus under the ‘big tent’ on Leggett Field, but also in private homes, and favorite gathering places.

Bulldog Bash 2022

More than 200 graduates, particularly those alumni whose class years ended with 0,1,2,5,6, and 7, enjoyed a series of special occasions and parties that took place from June 10-12. Gatherings were held not only on the D-E campus under the ‘big tent’ on Leggett Field, but also in private homes, and favorite gathering places.

Welcome Jeremy Gregersen!

Earlier this spring the Dwight-Englewood School Board of Trustees announced that Jeremy Gregersen has accepted the position as the next Head of School for Dwight-Englewood School. Please see next page for an excerpt from this message and additional details about the transition, on behalf of the Head of School Search Committee; the Board and a Head of School Transition Team will continue to keep the D-E community apprised of transition plans, including events to celebrate Jeremy Gregersen’s start as our next Head of School, in the coming months.

Student Voices

The summer comes with new opportunities to explore one’s interests, engage with communities, and learn new things. 

Through a Q&A, D-E Today caught up with four students and one recent alum, who are transitioning into big milestone years, about what they were doing this summer. Whether it was being on campus for D-E 360º or traveling to Italy, D-E students went near and far to prepare for the school year and enjoy the season.

Make it Better

We welcome all members of our community to join in the SPIRIT of our MISSION, and ask you to participate in our CULTURE of GIVING! 

Your meaningful contributions to the D-E Annual Fund is a vote of confidence in the School, and proves that you choose to invest in our future.   Strong community involvement, financial support, and a clear mission and vision spell success for our students.  Like any well-loved home, there are costs to maintain it. Gifts to the Annual Fund help bridge the gap between tuition fees and the actual costs of a D-E education. 

Thank you for your commitment to our mission and for making a donation to the D-E  Annual Fund 2022-2023 today!  

Arts Highlights

The Arts at D-E were thriving this past spring! Each division held a series of events, showcasing the visual and performing arts at every age level. D-E also hosted several cross-divisional events, bringing the whole community together. Check out some of the highlights below!

Stage Band & Jazz Rock

Stage Band & Jazz Rock

D-E was honored to host legendary musician, Don Byron, to perform with Stage Band. A Guggenheim Fellow, two-time Grammy nominee, and Pulitzer Prize nominee, Don Byron has been changing the soundscape of jazz for decades. D-E’s Stage Band and Jazz Workshop’s...

Annie JR.

Annie JR.

D-E’s Performing Arts presented Annie JR. for this year’s Middle School spring musical. It was a joy to hear the iconic tune, “It’s the Hard-Knock Life!” live from Schenck Auditorium. Directed by theater teacher, Stephanie Anderson, with musical direction by Lower...

AP Art Gallery Wall Exhibit

AP Art Gallery Wall Exhibit

Within the Visual Arts & Design department, the opening of the AP Art Gallery Wall is a culmination of students’ breadth of work over the past school year. Led by Arts & Design chair, Marisol Diaz, students prepare over fifteen works to submit to the College...

5th Grade Opera 2022

5th Grade Opera 2022

5th Grade Opera This year’s 5th Grade Opera was one for the books— a set of three operettas, marked Mary Heveran’s last production in her career as Lower School Music Teacher. Since 1980, Mary has guided generations of classes of students to make joyful noise and...

Athletics Highlights

Bulldog Nation Alert! The Spring 2022 sports season provided both student athletes and fans with many memorable moments, all demonstrating our Bulldogs at their best! 

From double overtime victories and tough but still-valuable losses— to new records made and special recognition of Senior (Class of 2022) athletes as well as individual athlete and team achievements (see below) we are very grateful for the Spring 2022 season, and very proud of all our Bulldogs!   

Team highlights from the Spring 2022 season included:

D-E Varsity Baseball shocked #11-ranked Paramus High School by winning 2-1 in Round 1 of the Bergen County Tournament!

The Bulldogs THEN next defeated #6 Westwood 1-0 in Round 2! The Bulldogs ultimately fell in their Round 3 Quarterfinals against Northern Valley Old Tappan, but showed great D-Etermination!

D-E Crew’s duo of Nick Rubinstein ’23 and Rohan Kannan ’23 successfully competed in the Varsity Doubles race at the Mercer Sprints!

Their time in the 2 kilometer time trial was 10:11!

D-E Golf won the NJIC Div. 2 Championship with a 3-way sweep!

Dylan Gallagher ’22 placed 1st, Will Rich ’22 placed 2nd, & Zach Wolpov ’23 placed 3rd!

In the Bulldogs’ Bergen County Tournament, D-E Boys’ Varsity Tennis finished in 3rd place overall.

Doubles team Ryan Lee ’22 and Jason Boyd ’23 also clinched the Doubles County Championship after a grueling but come-from-behind, victorious match vs. #1- ranked Bergen Tech! 

Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse clinched an 8-7 “away” win over tough rival Indian Hills, in double overtime!

Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse won over Butler in their Senior Recognition game, “home” on Graham Field!

Varsity Track & Field placed in the Top 5 in various events in the NJIC Championship with over 27 Personal Records (PRs) achieved!

D-E Ultimate tied for 5th place out of 16 teams at May Madness Weekend, a high level regional Ultimate tournament with schools from three different states (NY, NJ, PA)!

Spring Athletes Shout-Outs: All-Conference, League & County Honorees

Bulldog Bash 2022: Freestyle Love Supreme

Thanks to the incredible generosity of our D-E community members, the D-E Bulldog Bash at the Edison Ballroom on Saturday, April 30th was a huge success! 

D-E 360º Summer 2022!

Discoveries & Adventures Our youngest campers were immersed in exploring their “Hero’s Journey” through activities ranging from creating hero books for Story Week to designing their very own kindness capes. Surprise visits from the fire department, mentalist...

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Welcome to Our D-E Community

We welcome new faculty and staff as Bulldogs! We are amazed by the diversity in talents, experience, and knowledge of this cohort. We look forward to this 2021-2022 academic year. Use the QR code to head online to learn more about our new faculty and staff.