Indian Creek congratulates seniors Liz Foster and Sean Lonergan, who joined the esteemed ranks of ICS alumni who have successfully presented and defended Voros Senior Thesis in the Humanities projects, this week.
In order to apply their understanding of William Golding's classic novel Lord of the Flies — and to practice their communication and problem-solving skills — students in Ms. Derry’s eighth grade English class were given the challenge of solving a virtual breakout box this week.
In order to inspire her junior Biology students to apply concepts involving Mendelian and Nonmendelian patterns of inheritance, Punnett Squares, and Probabilities, Upper School Science teacher Mrs. Patricia Roth challenged her budding biologists to genetically engineer baby dragons.
The ICS Class of 2020 (also known as "the Best Class Hands-Down") woke up to a special treat and messages of pride from their teachers, coaches, and families, as they celebrated their senior breakfast on Friday, May 1.
In an effort to bring more engagement and student interaction into her Upper School Spanish lessons, teacher Lindsey Seynhaeve created a virtual Bingo game to play with students during their synchronous lessons.
As Indian Creek School leads the way in creating a healthy, engaging, robust Virtual School program, other schools across the country are looking to our faculty as leaders in innovative educational practices.
At the heart of it all, educators at Indian Creek will still provide what is called asynchronous and synchronous learning so that students can learn at an individual level while coming back for group learning.
With tremendous gratitude, Indian Creek School is proud to announce that our seventh and eighth grade Science program has been awarded a grant from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) of Central Maryland.