On Thursday, May 23, the Indian Creek School community gathered to raise a glass together to honor and thank departing Head of School Rick Branson, who is completing his eighth and final year at our School.
…Actually, this is only the beginning.
Congratulations to the incredible Indian Creek Class of 2019!
The Class of 2025 completed another milestone in their ICS journey during the last few weeks of school, as they undertook a major project-based unit on American Immigration.
The Upper School Awards ceremony served as proof that Indian Creek students demonstrate arete in all aspects of their lives.
Abbygael Clarke Schmitt '27 had an incredible meet at the 2019 Xcel Maryland State Gymnastics Championships.
The team's final record for the season was an impressive 7-1.
The 104th Fighter Squadron presented the Class of 2028 with an American flag that was flown on a combat mission by one of the airplanes flown by the squadron.
Sea Bear author Lindsay Moore skyped with Indian Creek first through third grade children to share insight into her creation and development process of the book.
Last week, the Indian Creek sixth grade students and their parents kicked off the Fifth Annual Family Read project, where parents and students enjoy the experience of bonding together over a good book.
Indian Creek fourth grade students had many a "light bulb moment" this week, as they culminated their Electricity Unit with a project-based assessment.
Congratulations to Indian Creek's Lower School Girls on the Run (GotR) team for completing a wonderful season!
Indian Creek Trustee (and former Director of Diversity) Ms. Debbie Bostick came to school to lead a lesson on the topic of the Children’s March.
To cap off a vibrant weekend of Indian Creek events, over 250 members of the ICS community gathered at the Upper School to enjoy the 2019 CREEK Color Fun Run.
On Saturday, April 27, over 400 current families, alumni families, former teachers, and friends of Indian Creek School (ICS) gathered to celebrate Indian Creek School.
It was a celebration of all things Science at the Lower School Science Fair on Wednesday, May 1.
The third grade students performed a musical version of the book, The Bear Went Over The Mountain, by John Jacobson and John Higgins.
The Classes of 2032 and 2033 enjoyed a performance of “Rosie Revere, Engineer, and Friends” a new STEAM-inspired musical from Theater Works, USA, at Goucher College in Baltimore this morning.
Indian Creek fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students all pitched in to make the world a better place in honor of Earth Day, by doing community service work on Friday, April 12.
Indian Creek first through third grade students celebrated Earth Day with quite possibly the cutest guest speakers ever invited to campus,
Indian Creek first, second, and third grade classes traveled to Washington, DC, to explore the National Zoo.
In celebration of Earth Day this week, the Pre-Kindergarten 4 and Kindergarten classes held a Mini-Immersion Day based on Dr. Seuss' story,
Members of the Indian Creek School Sixth Grade Safety Patrol, along with advisor Mrs. Kornmeyer, enjoyed a Baltimore Orioles's game on Saturday, April 20, sponsored by Maryland's AAA School Safety Patrol Day.
Incoming Head of School Booth Kyle traveled to Fairplay, Maryland, to spend time with Indian Creek Co-Founder and First Head of School Anne Chambers.
On Sunday, April 7, several Indian Creek Lower School students participated in the first race of the “Healthy Kids Running Race” series, held at Anne Arundel Community College.
On Friday, April 5, the Indian Creek School Kindergarten classes travelled to Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) to learn how to “Be Healthy Habits Superheroes!,” through the Hands on Health program.
On Friday, April 5, the Indian Creek School Class of 2026 experienced a fifth grade rite of passage
Our Creek 6-8 Girls LAX team soared to a victory over AACS on Friday, April 5, with a final score of 8-6.
32 Indian Creek students, six faculty members, and one alumna enjoyed the experience of a lifetime, getting to know the history, ecology, and culture of Puerto Rico over Spring Break 2019!
The Indian Creek Grades 6-8 Girls Lacrosse team had a big win against St. Martin’s at Weems Whalen field on Tuesday, April 2.
Pre-K 3 - sixth grade children, families, and faculty were invited to stay after school and play, imagine, and build on Tuesday, April 2, at our third annual Lower School Lego event.
The Pre-Kindergarten students learned that an adult male Red Kangaroo can jump 30 ft in a single hop.
Indian Creek School is proud to share that fourth grade teacher Heather DeBuse is the recipient of a 2019 WELead Women of Influence Award.
This Tuesday, March 26, Indian Creek sixth through twelfth grade students came together to view Angst, a film created to raise awareness around teen anxiety, presented by the ICS PTO in collaboration with the Counseling Department.
On Wednesday, March 27, the Indian Creek School travelled to the Maryland Science Center to explore their exhibits on dinosaurs, electricity, human body, and chemistry.
Our Class of 2030 urban engineers collaborated together to design a city that contains all of their basic needs – library, a shoe store, a school, and more.
Opening day for the Eagles grades 6-8 Girls lacrosse team was a huge success!
On Friday, March 15, the Lower School student body was treated to an entertaining production of the musical “Goal,” performed by the Class of 2027.
The Indian Creek School Class of 2031 were enchanted by The Puppet Co. at Glen Echo Park's performance of "Rapunzel" on Thursday, March 14.
Congratulations to all of our grades 6-8 Pi recitation classroom winners, and our 2019 Champions - 3rd place: Andrew Harris ‘25 (83 digits), 2nd place: Stephen Damm’23 (187 digits), and 1st place: Samantha Bennett ‘24, who recited 210 digits of pi!
Black History Month presents a platform to highlight the struggles, triumphs, and achievements of millions of black Americans that comprise the history of our nation.
As a wonderful conclusion to their language arts unit on "Rich and Poor", the Indian Creek School Class of 2029 attended the Ballet Theatre of Maryland's opening performance of "Snow White."
During their Space unit, the first grade students studied the landscape of Mars, learned how NASA has studied Mars, and thought about what they might like to explore on Mars.
Congratulations to Indian Creek first grade student Melanie Morgan on a HUGE weekend of all-star dancing accomplishments.
Indian Creek Lower School Director of Early Childhood Barbara Oglesbee contributed to a recent article in Chesapeake Family Life Magazine, as an expert in Early Childhood Education.
Indian Creek is pleased to announce that Jennifer Malachowski has been appointed Interim Head of Lower School.
After two inclement weather postponements, the Indian Creek School Class of 2027 was finally able to enjoy their highly anticipated field trip to the Washington National Cathedral on Tuesday, February 5
The Class of 2025 made some 'shocking' discoveries in Science class on Wednesday, January 30, as Director of Campus Connections (and former ICS Science teacher0 Brice Crossman visited with his Van de Graaff machine!
Ms. Sarah Allen '01 and Mr. Bear traveled to Orlando, Florida, to share their expertise through several presentations at the Future of Education Technology Conference.
Sixth grade students have been learning about factors that influence climate.
The Indian Creek School third grade classrooms transformed into a scene from Ancient Rome on Thursday, January 31, as the Class of 2028 celebrated their Roman studies with an Independent Learning Day.
Saturday, January 12, was an inspiring day for Indian Creek School as the Board of Trustees held their annual retreat.
Indian Creek School and Rockbridge Academy are pleased to announce that on Wednesday, January 16, the sale of Indian Creek’s Lower School Campus (at 680 Evergreen Road) to Rockbridge Academy was finalized.
Winter weather did not stop the Indian Creek community from lining up for bright, sweet, lemonade for a cause close to our hearts this morning.
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that Jeremy Beauregard has been named Director of Equity and Inclusion to begin July 2019.
After many rounds, this word ("wastrels") determined eighth grader Kamrynn Hobbs to be the 2019 Indian Creek School Spelling Bee champion!
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that Sarah Allen '01 has been named Director of Teaching and Learning to begin in July 2019.
On Monday, December 17, the 11 finalists competed to determine the Indian Creek Geo Bee Champion who will go on to represent ICS at the county competition later this month.
On Monday, December 17, the Indian Creek Fifth and Sixth Grade Chorus visited the Fairfield Nursing and Rehab Center to spread some holiday joy.
The Indian Creek Class of 2030 was honored to accept the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association Kickstarter Grant, providing the School's STEM program with almost $4,000 for initiatives focused on STEM related disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math.
The Class of 2029 enjoyed a delicious day of seasonal hands-on science, as they undertook the second grade Gingerbread Building Challenge.