Mrs. Porter's American Literature students had a great time this week - and dove deep into this classic work - as she held an engaging literary analysis/Escape Room activity for her students.
The ICS Class of 2025 enhanced their studies of Early American History by spending a day in the patriotic City of Brotherly Love: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
On Thursday, December 12, half of the Class of 2021 spent the morning at the Anne Arundel County District Court to observe real-life cases and learn about the legal, financial, and sometimes devastating consequences of making poor choices through their Schools in the Court program.
Congratulations to Indian Creek freshman Julia Leavitt, who recently passed her United States Figure Skating Juvenile Moves in the Field Test before a panel of three USFS judges.
Indian Creek congratulates an unprecedented 10 Eagles Athletes who were named to the fall IAAM and MIAA All-Conference teams.
We are already looking forward to next year’s game on November 25, 2020!
This year, sophomore Katie Spencer won with her recitations of “Diameter” by Michelle Y. Burke and “No I Wasn’t Meant to Love and Be Loved” by Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib.
Indian Creek congratulates junior Melody Kinzer, who was recently named a ”Junior Ambassador of Hope” in recognition of her efforts over the last two years to support
Handbags of Hope Across America.
Fall 2019 was a stellar season for Eagles Athletics, as every team made it at least to the semi-final round of conference playoffs!
As Mrs. Tricia Roth's Biology students have come to know, sometimes a science lab doesn't look like a science lab.
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that Ms. Eliza McLaren has been hired to join the administration as Associate Head of School, to begin on July 1, 2020.
Our Creek riders won Champion at last Sunday’s show, and continue to lead the InterSchool Horse Series Equestrian league for the 2019-20 season!
Indian Creek sent a strong contingent of young leaders to represent the School at The Baltimore Student Diversity Leadership Conference at Gilman School last Saturday, November 9.
Indian Creek senior Julia Mead recently appeared on WMAR TV's show "Midday Maryland" to highlight the "Baltimore Boogie," a dance marathon to benefit Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
The Indian Creek School Chapter of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) gained nine new members on Wedneday, November 13.
Indian Creek's high school fall play "She Kills Monsters" runs Friday and Saturday, November 15-16 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 17, at 3:00 p.m.
The ICS “She Kills Monsters” cast and their families recently spent a night out together, attending the Rorshach Theatre’s production of ... "She Kills Monsters!"
Congratulations to the Eagles Equestrian team
Ms. Everette's freshman Literature students hold socratic discussions in order to delve into the
big ideas of the curriculum.
Congratulations to Indian Creek eighth grade student Grace Doerschner, who placed 11th at the Maryland/DC State Middle School Cross Country Meet.
Indian Creek senior Jacob Hawthorne was recognized as Volunteer of the Year by
So What Else
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer team, who made Indian Creek history, playing in the IAAM Championship game on Sunday, November 3.
The film’s mission is to educate, inform and inspire people to effectively self-regulate their screen time
The Eagles Varsity Girls Soccer team is headed to the IAAM C-Conference Championship game, after defeating Key School 2-1 in the semi-finals on Thursday, October 31.
Wednesday's rain turned into Thursday's field of dreams as the Eagles overcame the undefeated Mercy Magic for Senior Night.
The Indian Creek Eagles took the field against the Mount Carmel Cougars on Tuesday, October 15, and came away with a huge 4-1 away victory over a conference opponent that had dominated the Eagles in recent years.
On Tuesday, October 8, the Indian Creek boys varsity soccer team defeated Jemicy 5-0 to run its league record to 4-0 with its fourth straight league shutout.
Our Creek riders stayed on top of the InterSchool Horse Show Series (ISHS) with another Varsity Show overall Champion win.
On Friday, October 4, the Eagles Varsity Boys Soccer team lost a close and physical game to the Quakers of Sandy Springs Friends School by the score of 3-1.
“I’ve never felt more powerful,” shared junior Ava Rouse.
The Eagles' Upper School (6-8) Girls Soccer Team earned an exciting 5-3 win over Rockbridge Academy on the Evergreen Campus fields on Friday, September 27.
“They just worked so incredibly hard. It was such a team effort of every day pushing in practice, to finish the game the way we did," said senior captain Sonia Homick, who scored Indian Creek’s lone goal.
Indian Creek seniors Reese Fortier and Sophia Wells have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. A
Varsity Boys Soccer shut out its third straight conference opponent, beating the Chapelgate Yellow Jackets 4-0.
The Indian Creek School sophomore class experienced a powerful visit to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
The Eagles riders finished their opening Varsity Show as overall Team Champions!
On Wednesday, September 25, 26 students participated in the Tri-M Music Honor Society induction ceremony during Upper School meeting.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer team for their biggest win in recent history, as they topped Chapelgate Christian 7-1 yesterday!
Creek swept the first eight places of the race en route to a 15 – 50 win.
Wednesday night saw our Eagles Field Hockey team return to their winning ways against the Institute of Notre Dame.
On Wednesday, September 25, the Indian Creek GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) facilitated an Upper School student-led workshop for LGBTQ Ally Week.
Together, we raised $6,898.63 through tips and wages - remarkable! The funds raised will impact all student athletes grades six through 12 and enhance the total experience of playing a sport at Indian Creek School.
On Monday, September 23, the Eagles of Indian Creek defeated the Beth Tfiloh Warriors 2-0 behind a brace of goals from frosh forward Benny Carter.
Congratulations to Indian Creek sophomore, Alston Georges, who was chosen to serve as a 2019 Young Cultural Ambassador through the American Turkish Association of Washington, DC.
With just a few materials, students were able to experiment with this trendy new painting style and create beautiful works of art.
The Eagles Equestrian team enjoyed a day of fun at Seneca Polo on Sunday, September 15.
Congratulations to all of the candidates on well-run campaigns.
Congratulations to Indian Creek Tennis Coaches Dan Jaindl and Paula Sweterlitscho for winning their U.S. Tennis Association mixed doubles championship this weekend
Our need for sleep may vary and change as we age, but our need for quality sleep does not.
Looking for a good read? Here are some book recommendations from the Class of 2022:
Students from Ms. Derry's eighth grade Advisory group travelled to The Light House of Annapolis for the first volunteering session of the 2019-20 school year.
A warm autumn afternoon saw the ICS Eagles begin their C-Conference campaign with a 2-0 win at home against The Key School yesterday.
Indian Creek 2, Key 0:
Indian Creek School is proud to announce that 35 students have been named 2019 AP Scholars by the College Board. This is the largest number of AP Scholars in School history!
Indian Creek senior Danielle Heffner added to her already impressive resume with a 4-H Grand Champion win with her Nigerian Dwarf goat Dakota at the 2019 Maryland State Fair.
Led by the ICS IT team and supported by the Administration and Board of Trustees, the school has set a One School standard in terms of flexible, portable technology that will enhance the teaching and learning by not being restricted to a particular space.
This afternoon the Indian Creek School classes of 2024 and 2025 took a break from their first full week of academics to spend some time together focusing on teambuilding and problem-solving.
Indian Creek congratulates rising eighth grade student Aiden Alexander, who successfully completed the Maryland Long Course State Championships last week.
Indian Creek rising sophomores Anthony Thonnard and Eli Fortier debated their way through a field of 60 participants to win the final debate during a two-week Capitol Debate seminar at Loyola University this summer.
On Friday, July 19, Indian Creek sophomore Nick Menendez won the 2019 USA Bowling National Championship with his team, the “Chesapeake Bay Strikers."
Incoming Indian Creek freshman lacrosse players Molly Bunker and Avery Barnhill represented Anne Arundel County as members of the Crosse Over team that competed in a series of games against some of the best lacrosse clubs in the North of England in U16 competition this summer.
Indian Creek School is proud to announce that Upper School Humanities teacher and Varsity Field Hockey Coach Jesse Larson has been named to the 2019-20 U.S. Men's National Indoor Field Hockey team.
Indian Creek School is thrilled to announce that Marcus Johnson has been appointed Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach.
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!
"This is evidence that our Eagles do it all, and do it well."
The Upper School Awards ceremony served as proof that Indian Creek students demonstrate arete in all aspects of their lives.
While the Indian Creek contingent was thrilled to have 13 students nominated for the prestigious award, they were overjoyed - but not surprised - when junior Justine Krizan won not just one, but TWO Cappies awards: one for Best Junior Critic and one for Best Comic Actress in a Play for her role as Bella!
The team's final record for the season was an impressive 7-1.
Liam set a new bar for future seniors with his highly-lauded thesis entitled "Analyzing Models of Natural Resource Economics in Developing States.”
Indian Creek is proud to have three Eagles Athletes named to the 2019 IAAM All Conference Lacrosse Team
Both groups received ratings of "Excellent,"
“The future is looking pretty good for us.”
Congratulations to the cast and crew of the Indian Creek School fall play
Lost in Yonkers, for earning 11 Cappies nominations - including a nomination for Best Play - for the 2018-19 season!
Congratulations to Indian Creek freshman Elàn Martin who has been selected as a 2019 U.S. Youth Ambassador to the Dominican Republic!
On Wednesday, May 8, the Indian Creek Varsity Baseball team defeated the Obezags of Key School in the semifinals of the MIAA C-Conference playoffs.
Indian Creek's Varsity Boys Lacrosse team completed their regular season on Tuesday, May 5, with a record of 12-3
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.
The plan for Indian Creek baseball is straightforward: win, win again, move up, and win some more.
It was a busy week, leading up to the playoffs this week, as the Indian Creek Tennis team played four matches!
The Class of 2019 gathered together in the gym to cheer on classmates Ryan Davis, Ronan Fanning, Kara Mathews, Paige Wells, and Khalil Williams, as they signed commitment letters to solidify their plans for next year.
“We’re looking forward to the playoffs.”
Indian Creek School is proud to have been awarded a 2018-19 AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award by the College Board.
Indian Creek junior Michael DePaolis won first place in Black Belt Forms and Breaking at the All Martial Arts National Championships on Sunday, April 28, in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
The 2019 Indian Creek STEM Program Symposium brought together the Upper School’s finest science-minded students to showcase their work to each other, their teachers, and their families.
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.
AP Government and Journalism students at Indian Creek had the opportunity over Skype to ask Ms. Tinker questions and hear her story.
As an aspiring pediatrician, Indian Creek sophomore Melody Kinzer serves as a student intern on the First Aid Ministry at her church, Reid Temple AME.
The Indian Creek Tennis team won big against the Calverton School on Monday, April 22, taking six out of eight matches.
That’s a single, double, triple, and homer in in one game. Oh - and did we mention that the homerun was a GRAND SLAM?!?
"Newsies" stop the world!
Several Varsity Eagles won tennis matches on Tuesday, April 16, against Severn School.
The Indian Creek Class of 2024 students got to [literally] immerse themselves in their Chesapeake Bay studies, as they took part in their highly-anticipated Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) trip!
Freshman World History I students discovered the power of culture as key evidence of the process of civilization.
On Tuesday, April 16, the Indian Creek Varsity Baseball team travelled to Easton, Maryland, to face the Sabres of Saints Peter & Paul in an MIAA C-Conference faceoff.
This year, 11 ICS students in grades 7-12 received National Latin Exam honors!
Sophomore Charlotte Dickinson made Indian Creek Tennis history playing a two hour and 40 minute, record breaking singles match.
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.
Indian Creek STEM Students Created a working 3-D Model of a 1800’s Printing Press for
Sammy Carter, Jr., Indian Creek, lacrosse
Our Creek 6-8 Girls LAX team soared to a victory over AACS on Friday, April 5, with a final score of 8-6.
Indian Creek School is proud to announce that freshman Nick Menendez has won the 2019 Maryland State U15 Bowling Champion title.
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.
Upper level French and Spanish students joined together to tour the National Gallery of Art and see firsthand the works of a variety of artists.
Congratulations to our Eagles Sailors, who competed at the MDISA Maryland State Sailing qualifier this weekend at Tall Timbers Marina.
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.
The realities of this period in U.S. History came to life for Mrs. Montgomery & Mr. Goetz’s AP US History students, as they simulated what it was like for a family to experience the Great Depression.
Over spring break, Indian Creek senior Chinyere (Chi Chi) Ukeje ’19, was hand-selected to read her original poem Beauty of a Black Woman for the First Lady of Maryland, Yumi Hogan.
As a part of a project-based learning experience for our third and fifth graders, students have learned about the devastation effects of environmental disasters.
Opening day for the Eagles grades 6-8 Girls lacrosse team was a huge success!
Indian Creek freshman Lawrence Fowler was featured in the March 2019 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse.
Our Eagles Sailors competed in the Varsity Fleet Race Regatta this week-end at DCA Sail Marina.
Congratulations to Indian Creek sophomores Travis Garnett ’21 and Evan Selmer ’21, who were named to the Rawlings and Perfect Game Preseason All-American Teams.
“All the greatness was already in him. There was no hocus pocus or anything like that. Khalil is Khalil,”
Paige Wells’ leadership skills are apparent when it comes to athletics.
Shaun Gerety '20, Goalie VB LAX
On Monday, March 25, the defending MIAA C Conference Champion Indian Creek varsity baseball team travelled to Marriottsville, Maryland, to take on the Hornets of Chapelgate Christian Academy, prevailing by a score of 6-1.
On Saturday, March 23, Indian Creek eighth grade student Elena Tator won first place as part of a small group open category with her Studio 180 competitive dance team.
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!
Justine “Jay” Krizan , Class of 2020, is a student whose creativity is highlighted in the rehearsal room, the classroom, and on the stage.
Indian Creek senior Maeve Drury has been recognized by the Caring for Cambodia organization for her fundraising and awareness efforts to support the cause.
Reese Fortier, Class of 2020, is a student who values her education and understands the importance of giving back to her community.
Sean Lonergan, Class of 2020, is a student who has high expectations for himself.
On Wednesday, March 13, Indian Creek Upper School students, faculty, coaches, and parents came together to relive some highlights of the 2018-19 winter athletics season, and to honor the Equestrian team for their Inter-School Horse Show Championship Title repeat.
Indian Creek sophomore (and talented artist) Olivia Boucher was asked to create a painting to be displayed at the new headquarters of the Association of Independent Maryland and DC Schools (AIMS).
Storm Large could give high school students a great lecture.
Congratulations to Indian Creek eighth grade student Kamrynn Hobbs for placing in the Top Ten at the Anne Arundel County Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 2.
Who would want to spend an entire day solving a single math problem, from sunrise to well after sunset?
A favorite hallmark of the Indian Creek experience for AP Literature students is the opportunity to take in a world class performance of one of the works of great playwright William Shakespeare each spring
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.
Congratulations to our Eagles’ Equestrian Team for bringing home the Inter-School Horse Show (ISHS) Series Championship Title for the second year in a row!
Indian Creek's Varsity Boys Basketball team ended their season Tuesday, in an exciting, back and forth Quarterfinals Playoff game at Archbishop Curley High School.
Mr. Larson spent the long weekend in Hong Kong, where he represented the United States on the Men's Over 40 US Indoor Field Hockey team at the 2019 World Masters Hockey Indoor World Cup.
Six Indian Creek dancers competed with their independent dance studios in the prestigious Kids Artistic Review (KAR) dance competition last weekend, held at Goucher College.
When challenged to create a working printing press, Indian Creek STEM students researched the historic machine, and brainstormed together to create a design that would work best for our upcoming grades 9-12 musical production of "Newsies."
The afternoon of Thursday, Feb 7, the ICS Math Team took part in the AMC 10/12.
On Friday, February 8, the Indian Creek Key Club inducted 14 new members.
We are pleased to announce this year's Creek Cup Champions: The Class of 2019!
The Eagles (14-12) outlasted their county rival Admirals in overtime to keep their playoff hopes alive, 58-57.
The Indian Creek School Girls Basketball Class of 2019 has carved a special place in the hearts and minds of the ICS community, as well as the record books.
The girls varsity basketball team won the first round of the IAAM playoffs at home on Wednesday, February 13, beating Beth Tfiloh 53-24.
ICS seventh and eighth grade student representatives listened, processed, and enjoyed a day of personal growth at the Middle School Diversity Conference, hosted by the St. Andrews Episcopal School.
The Eagles came out on top in a close match up agains St. Mary's last night, with a final score of 45-38.
Congratulations to the Eagles JV Girls Basketball team for closing out a successful season last night with a decisive win over Key School.
Indian Creek Eagles Volleyball standout, Laila Ivey '22, has been named to the esteemed prepvolleyball.com FROSH 59 list.
Indian Creek is pleased to announce that Matthew McCormick has been appointed Interim Head of Upper School.
On Tuesday February 5, Indian Creek held its very first induction ceremony for Mu Alpha Theta, which is an esteemed math honor society.
The Grades 7 & 8 Girls Basketball team ended their season with an awesome victory against Severn School on Tuesday, February 5.
Works by Indian Creek artists Olivia Boucher '21, Alliana Snead '19, and Victoria Griffith '23 were showcased at the AIMS Student Art Exhibition at the Walters Art Museum from January 23-February 3.
55 students (and four teachers) braved the frigid bay - and held the CREEK flag high - to raise over $6,000 for Maryland Special Olympics!
On Sunday, January 20, about 30 STEM students, faculty, and their families gathered on the blustery cold evening to catch a glimpse of the famously named "Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse."
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that alumni Matt Bucci '12 anf Ryan Baukhages '14 will join the Eagles Varsity Lacrosse Coaching Staff this spring.
Saturday, January 12, was an inspiring day for Indian Creek School as the Board of Trustees held their annual retreat.
Congratulations to ICS Senior Chi Chi Ukeje for a stellar performance at Saturday's regional Poetry Out Loud competition!
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.
On January 11 and 12, six Upper School students, along with faculty Model United Nations (UN) advisors Chuck Goetz and Tom Sheppard, attended the Chantilly High School Model UN Conference (CHMUN) in Northern Virginia.
This Saturday, January 19, the Varsity Girls Soccer team reunited to spread some cheer to the residents of Friendship Village, a Senior Community run by the Catholic Charities of Baltimore.
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.
28 students were inducted as new members of the Indian Creek School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) on Wednesday, January 16.
On Friday, January 4, Creek alumni in college returned “home”
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that Jeremy Beauregard has been named Director of Equity and Inclusion to begin July 2019.
Indian Creek eighth grade student Julia Leavitt skated under the coaching guidance of alumna Abby Snyder '06 in the Lake Placid ISI Championships.
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.
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.