An eighth grader hopes that high school will give him "new experiences just as Middle School did."
A fifth grader looks at his six years of learning at Ethical Culture and his understanding of ethical ideals and values.
A member of the 14-year club looks back at her years at Fieldston and notes it's clear "that this school and its teachers always tried to seek the best and highest values for its students: academic and social values."
A fifth grader reflects on her time at Fieldston Lower and knows "that these years were some of the best experiences" of her life.
Second graders spent the spring engaged in an in-depth study of sea creatures. Their work culminated in the grand opening of a sea creature museum this week, where they shared their research.
When the Ethical Culture librarians learned that EC's buddy school in Kenya had not met its budget goals for the year, they turned to students for inspiration for a literary-themed fundraising project.
Prior to the trip, each eighth-grade French class spent time learning the history of Québec and some historical figures, such as Samuel de Champlain, Jacques Cartier, and Paul de Maisonneuve. After visiting the historical sights, the group had time to partake in some outdoor activities.
Falkner talked to students about interweaving personal stories in their writing, and relayed "it's ok to write not for others but for yourself," according to Asami Omori '22.
We checked in with a few soon-to-be graduates to see which independent projects they completed during their final semester.