The Indian Creek community came together in many ways to remember those who were lost on September 11, 2001, and to honor those who have worked as "helpers" in the days, months, and years that have followed.
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.
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."
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.
On Tuesday, March 3, Indian Creek students Portia Fernandes ‘21, Alston Georges ‘22, and Emma Kornmeyer ‘21, along with teacher Lindsey Seynhaeve, traveled across town to participate in the interactive, student-focused AIMS Learning to Lead Conference, held in partnership with The Social Institute.
Indian Creek freshman Micah Ferrell-Rogers was selected to serve as an Ambassador in the 2020 Bringing the Lessons Home: Holocaust Education for the Community Program at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington, DC.
The Indian Creek School Class of 2024 experienced a poignant field trip to Washington, DC, on Friday, February 21, as they visited several sites to support their American History studies of World War II.
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."
Congratulations to Indian Creek sophomore Elan Martin, who received a citation from U.S. House of Representative Congressman Anthony G. Brown and a letter from U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen for her work as a 2019 U.S. Youth Ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
Indian Creek senior Reese Fortier has many markers of personal success — outstanding student, senior class president, captain of the Eagles’ volleyball team and yearbook editor, just to name a few — but it is her impact on others at Indian Creek that separates her as an influential member of her school community.
Sponsored by the ICS College Counseling and Alumni Offices, annual Alumni College Panel gave current eighth through twelfth grade students the opportunity to hear directly from nine recent alumni about their diverse college experiences.
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.