Fieldston Upper and RLP Virtually Connect and Converse

The computer screen fills with dozens of smiling faces as students from the Ethical Culture Fieldston School and the Riverside Language Program (RLP) come together for a virtual gathering. Each […]

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ECFS Honors Latinx Heritage Month

From mid-September to mid-October, we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The month aims to pay tribute to the culture and contributions of Latinx people, and ECFS honors the month across its […]

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ECFS Lives Its Mission in the Time of COVID-19

Early in the pandemic, Jon Alschuler, Fieldston Middle Assistant Principal for Student Life, and Arhm Choi Wild, Fieldston Middle and Fieldston Upper Diversity Coordinator, came up with the idea of […]

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ECFS Hosts First Ever Youth Virtual Climate Summit

When news broke that the ECFS campuses would not reopen for the remainder of the 2019–2020 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students, families, and faculty and staff were […]

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Letters to the Editor: Championing Women in Science

Students in Katherine Kartheiser’s 9th Grade Biology class were assigned a simple comparison of two sets of data: One was the page in their textbook covering endosymbiotic theory (how structures […]

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ECFS Student Shares Her Experience Delivering Joy

On Tuesday, December 17, the 9th and 10th Grade community service classes at ECFS came together for the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Winter Solstice Festival. The community center, commonly referred […]

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2nd Graders and Alumni Team Up to Spread Holiday Cheer

Thanks to the combined efforts of 2nd Graders at Ethical Culture, the Fieldston Alumni Network, and ECFS faculty and staff, paper snowmen, snowflake streamers, and brightly-colored garlands now adorn the […]

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Upper Schoolers Spread Holiday Cheer, One Cabbage at a Time

Monday, November 18, is a cold, gray day on the Upper West Side of Manhattan — not yet the dead of winter, but the air no longer carries with it […]

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Ethical Culture 1st Graders Take Central Park

First-time visitors to Ethical Culture are often struck by the impressive views of Central Park. Thanks to the building’s prime location on Central Park West, you can trace the passing […]

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ECFS Receives Community Service Award at NYCP Benefit

On March 5, 2019, ECFS received the Estée Lauder Companies Distinguished Volunteer Award at the New York Common Pantry (NYCP)’s annual Fill the Bag Benefit. In November 2018, students in […]

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