On Thursday, May 28, the ICS fourth grade students enjoyed a Zoom Meeting with author, Jacqueline Davies.
Dr. McDaniel gave the students an in-depth overview of the human brain and all of it's functions.
Chesapeake-certified landscape designer Mr. Moran visited the kindergarteners to talk about how plants and gardens can help the bay.
On Thursday, May 15th, Dr. Tracy Clarke and Dr. Henrique Schmitt visited the ICS fifth grade this week, to share their experiences studying the entire universe as Naval Research Lab Astronomers.
Congratulations to Indian Creek School fifth grade students Kendall Arnold and Grady Crapster who were both named finalists in the Zachary's Jewelers Mother's Day Design Contest.
Wildlife expert Brenda Evans joined our third grade reading groups this week.
Indian Creek fourth grade students set out this week to answer the guiding question, "Can we lessen our ecological footprint by using alternative energy, such as solar energy?"
As Jantu was able to send a little bit of hope with so little, Indian Creek students rose to the challenge of doing the same.
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Congratulations to Indian Creek Performing Arts teacher Anita O'Connor for being nominated for Outstanding Music Direction for her work directing the Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre's production of "Crazy for You."
Indian Creek students chose scenes to share that they felt demonstrated the theme of hope during dark times.
Indian Creek Art teacher Maryjo Paz y Miño challenged fourth through sixth grade students to create replicas of famous portraits.
Congratulations Indian Creek on a fantastic round of Eagles Wellness Bingo!
Students in the ICS Class of 2027 gained experience at being Virtual Professors this week, as they presented video lectures on the Age of Exploration.
On Monday, April 7, Indian Creek Pre-K4 students took advantage of the beautiful day with some outdoor adventures!
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.
Former County Executive (and ICS grandparent and alumni parent) Janet Owens and current County Executive Steuart Pittman visited campus on Tuesday, February 25.
The Class of 2026 made some 'shocking' discoveries in Science class on Friday, February 25, as Director of Campus Connections Mr. Bruce Crossman visited with his Van de Graaff machine!
ICS second and third grade students enjoyed a mesmerizing performance of the San Jose Taiko Japanese drummers at Bowie Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, February 25
Head of School Booth Kyle shared some updates about the 2020-21 Administrative Leadership team with the Indian Creek community this week.
"We’re here for the kids. We’re here for each other. We will succeed."
Our hearts are at the Creek on Valentine's Day - and every day!
Indian Creek rock stars Ivy Van Wormer '27 and Willie Burson '22 performed at the School of Rock show in early February with their band "Rock 'N' Grohl."
Indian Creek's sixth through eighth grade students took audiences on a magical journey under the sea on February 12-13 and 15-16, through their enchanting production of Disney "The Little Mermaid, Jr."
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that John L. Bonhom II, has been hired to serve as Assistant Head of School for External Affairs, to begin on July 1, 2020.
Indian Creek fourth grade students Penn Keuleman, Reid Qualey, and Isaac Waesche put their STEM skills to the test on Saturday, January 25, to compete in the annual Cup Scouts Pinewood Derby.
Will the real Harriet Tubman please stand up?
Laudations to the ICS Class of 2029, who culminated their studies on Ancient Rome with a Roman Feast and Independent Study Day!
Sixth grade phenom Izzy Sussman won the ICS Geo Bee competition and will go on to represent the school in the regional finals.
Lieutenant Garrett Black, a meteorologist with the US Air Force’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron (aka the Hurricane Hunters) visited the Indian Creek Kindergarten class via Skype from Biloxi, Mississippi, today, to answer the children's questions about weather!
Indian Creek's 2020 Lower School STEAM Day provided a super-adventure for all!
This week, the Indian Creek Class of 2033 has "traveled the globe" (through literature and technology) to find the best ingredients to make an apple pie!
Indian Creek sixth grade students culminated their Family Read project, where parents and students enjoy the experience of bonding together over a good book.