MS Science Olympiad Finds Success at Regionals and More!

Congratulations to our young Science Olympians! Exciting news from our Science Olympiad teams! In December, all 19 of our Science Olympians competed in the Rustin Invitational, which drew teams from the Northeastern US. That competition was held remotely, and the 24...

Happy Hanukkah from the Lower School & Jewish Parent Affinity

Happy Hanukkah & Holidays from Jewish Parent Affinity! Hanukkah this year began on December 7th and concluded on December 15th. “The Festival of Lights” commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple of Jerusalem by lighting candles on each night of the...

Ambrose Proctor ’21, Swartley Gallery Exhibit: “Three of Hearts: On Nature, Friendship, & Art”

Our latest alumni artist featured in the Swartley Gallery is Ambrose Proctor ’21! Their exhibit: “Three of Hearts: On Nature, Friendship, & Art” explores the history of playing cards and visualizes how relationships with others can change. Biography Statement:...

Calliope: A Crown Award Finalist!

Here Ye, Here Ye! Cheers to Calliope! Congratulations to Calliope, our Upper School English-language literary/arts magazine, for receiving a Crown award for last spring’s issue from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association! Congratulations to our Calliope 2023 student...

A Look Back: Book Talk with Dr. Cara Natterson & Vanessa Kroll Bennett on “Navigating the Awkwardness of Puberty”

Puberty is Awkward! Here's Where Parent Education Comes In We had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Cara Natterson & Vanessa Kroll Bennett to talk about their book, "This is So Awkward" over Zoom. Parents listened in on how the process of puberty is incredibly different...

Steve Petkus Featured as Leggett-Umpleby 2023 Lecture Speaker:  “How My Side Gig as a Writer Informs My Work at D-E”

Steve Petkus, D-E's Middle & Upper School Librarian, was chosen as this year's featured Leggett Umpleby 2023 Lecture speaker.  The annual event, held this year on November 28 in Hajjar Auditorium, offers an opportunity to our D-E community to hear from faculty and...

A Recap on the 6th Grade 2nd Annual TREP$ Marketplace!

TREP$, short for enTREPreneur$, is aimed at students learning about the evolution of business start-ups and creating their own products and services. 6th Grade students underwent a two-month process in which they brainstormed ideas, developed marketing materials and...

New to the D-E Scene! The Upper School Club Ice Hockey Team Makes Their Debut

We are proud to present our new Bulldog Ice Hockey Club! A new Upper School club sport, the Bulldogs have had not just one but two victorious games in a row!  The Bulldogs’ first game was against Fieldston at the Mackay Arena. With the score tied 4-4, the team came...

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Diwali Highlights

Diwali Highlights

In light of the annual Diwali holiday, D-E’s South Asian Parent & Guardian Affinity Group (PGAG) this year hosted a series of wonderful programs for our students and faculty/staff in all three divisions. In the Lower School, parent volunteers provided hands-on...

DEIB Assemblies Raise Awareness & Celebrate Differences

DEIB Assemblies Raise Awareness & Celebrate Differences

Assembly programs held in all three divisions help to promote understanding as our differences are both highlighted and celebrated. Within the first week of the new 2023-2024 school year, the Lower School gathered for a special opening assembly. Ms. Simone Henry...

A Message from Dr. Marcus Ingram, Director, DEIB

A Message from Dr. Marcus Ingram, Director, DEIB

Dear Dwight-Englewood School Families: In my four months here, I am already moved by the centrality of the school’s mission and how it calls us to community. Nevertheless, recent weeks have exposed the difficulty of genuinely being together in a remarkably diverse...

School Life Highlights

School Life Highlights

The fall was full of festivities and fun with Spirit Week! Spirit Week was a blast with every division participating in some capacity. Monday was Pajama Day; Tuesday was Jersey Day; Wednesday was Pink-Out Day for Breast Cancer; Thursday was Baggy Clothes Day; Friday...

Athletics Fall 2023 Season Highlights

Athletics Fall 2023 Season Highlights

Bulldogs fans had plenty to celebrate thanks to a fantastic Fall 2023 season. Our D-E Athletics coaches for both Middle School (MS) and Upper School Varsity Teams provided season highlights for us (see below). Internal and All-League and All-County awardees are noted...

Arts Highlights

Arts Highlights

We had an eventful fall season with all the arts! The year began with an exhibit by Science Department Chair   Tara Weinstein and her exhibit, “Dabbling”! “Dabbling” showcased Tara’s appreciation for learning new things from shoemaking,   watercolor,   clothes-making...

On Social

A Look Back at Reunion 2023

Arts Highlights

DEW (D-E WRITERS CLUB) EKPHRASTIC EVENT

DEW (D-E WRITERS CLUB) EKPHRASTIC EVENT

Our Upper School DEW (D-E Writers) Club hosted their first Ekphrastic Writing event! With the AP Art Gallery Wall currently on display, students wrote written work that was directly inspired by their peers’ visual artworks and shared with a small audience. Those who...

Stage Band, US Chorus & Jazz Workshop Winter Concert Highlights

Stage Band, US Chorus & Jazz Workshop Winter Concert Highlights

Bravo to our Stage Band, US Chorus and Jazz Workshop musicians for a lively and wonderful Winter Concert! The ensembles performed to a highly appreciative audience, opening with a spirited rendition of “The Flintstones”. Individual musicians showed off their...

Stage Band, US Chorus & Jazz Workshop Winter Concert ‘preview’

Stage Band, US Chorus & Jazz Workshop Winter Concert ‘preview’

Rehearsals are underway for Stage Band, Upper School Chorus, and Jazz Workshop ensembles’ upcoming Winter Concert! Our D-Edicated musicians and vocalists will perform on Monday, Feb. 5 at 7 PM in Hajjar Auditorium. The concert features an eclectic, fun mix of familiar...

Athletics Highlights

Bulldogs Ice Hockey Club Team Highlights

Way to Go Bulldogs! Our Ice Hockey Club Team continues their inaugural season with fan-tastic games! Last week the team took on Columbia Prep at Englewood's Mackay Arena. Despite a limited bench and penalty box time, our team rallied with a breakaway goal, 1-0 lead...

Smugglers’ Notch Ski Trip

Our annual Upper School Ski Trip to Smuggler’s Notch, coordinated by D-E 360°, was a blast! A large group of students and faculty/staff chaperones recently traveled to Vermont over the long MLK Day weekend for this fun, annual trip which traditionally is a hit with...

Athletics 2023 All-League / All-County Awards

Boys Soccer All-League / All-CountyGirls Soccer All-League / All-CountyGirls Varsity Volleyball All-League / All-CountyGirls Varsity Field Hockey All-League / All-CountyGirls Tennis All-League / All-CountyCross Country All-League / All-County

Athletics Fall 2023 Internal Awards

Boys Freshman Soccer Owen Bergman (MVP) Jacob Stern (MIP) Noah Fisher (CA) Boys JV Soccer Eli Horowitz (MVP) Krishnav Tapuriah (MIP) Miles Neil (CA) Boys Varsity Soccer Jack Park (MVP) Milo Mizner (MIP) Jack Meserole (CA) Girls Varsity Soccer Lillian “Sammie” Moncion...

Varsity Field Hockey

“The Varsity Field Hockey team was led by senior captains Charlotte Hyman and Colombe Gordon.  They were instrumental in leading by example and helped set the foundation of what we most value within our team.  In addition, our Junior captains, Leah Hong and Lilly...

Girls Varsity Tennis

“This fall, Varsity Girls Tennis won the League title for the second year in a row! The team was led by senior captains Sydney Siew, Emily Mills, and Kayla Sorkin. Second doubles Ella Siew and Zoe Kruger made it all the way to semifinals at counties and played against...

Boys Varsity Soccer

“In the face of changes and untimely setbacks, Boys Varsity Soccer team has endured and produced a successful season. The campaign started strong, with the team remaining undefeated in the preseason despite losing many talented seniors from the past year. The team...

Girls Varsity Soccer

“This season, the Girls Varsity Soccer Team had 11 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. The girls soccer team has been among the top teams in the NJIC Conference and, including this season, won their third consecutive championship of the Liberty Division. Furthermore, the team...

Varsity Cross Country

“Our Cross Country team’s Fall 2023 season was incredibly successful, with several highlights. The team included 12 runners who worked together to help each other succeed. This year, the team had 26 personal records, two First Team All-Division runners, one Second...

Varsity Volleyball

“The Varsity Volleyball team finished with a record of 7-12.  The Bulldogs were involved in a number of very close matches.  Senior Emma Brown led the team this season with 117 kills, bringing her up to 4th place all-time in the record book with 295 career kills.  She...

MS Boys White Soccer Team

“Eli Cain, Jett Ishigahara Charupakorn, and Jake Reich lead this talented group of boys to a terrific year. Jack Gregersen started his goalie career manning the net throughout the season and many other young men contributed to a fun year. Krishna Akula, Jake Kennedy,...

MS Ultimate Frisbee

“We had an excellent season, led by a strong group of 8th graders who have played together for 2-3 years. The team’s biggest accomplishment was finishing third at the end-of-season tournament, beating a tough Ramaz team from New York City in the third place game.”...

MS Cross Country

“I really like that we run the same race course each week. The runners can see how they improve over the season.  Each runner did improve their time during the 5 meets.  Lila Rosenberg placed 4th in one race and 5th in another, the highest a D-E runner has placed...

Bulldog Bash 2024

Saturday, April 27, 2024

A Special Fundraiser Event to benefit Financial Aid, on D-E’s Leggett Field!

Featuring The Rubiks Cube Band!

Reunion Weekend 2024

For all alumni with major milestone celebrations for class years ending with 4 and 9

Save the Date:
Friday, October 18 through
Sunday, October 20 – 2023

Annual Fund

While we all can appreciate that a D-E education is a worthy investment, tuition alone covers only 88% of the true operating costs of our community.

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