The Class of 2029 took advantage of Maryland's sunny August weather - and the beautiful Evergreen Campus - by taking several lessons outdoors this week!
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.
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.
The Upper School Awards ceremony served as proof that Indian Creek students demonstrate arete in all aspects of their lives.
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 fourth grade students had many a "light bulb moment" this week, as they culminated their Electricity Unit with a project-based assessment.
It was a celebration of all things Science at the Lower School Science Fair on Wednesday, May 1.
Indian Creek School is proud to have been awarded a 2018-19 AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award by the College Board.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In celebration of Earth Day this week, the Pre-Kindergarten 4 and Kindergarten classes held a Mini-Immersion Day based on Dr. Seuss' story,
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!
Indian Creek STEM Students Created a working 3-D Model of a 1800’s Printing Press for
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
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!
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.
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.
When Lucy Baukhages ’18 signed to play Women’s Lacrosse at Frostburg State University (FSU), she had no idea that one of her coaches, Janeé Rhone ’14, was a fellow Creeker!
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.
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.
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!
Who would want to spend an entire day solving a single math problem, from sunrise to well after sunset?
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."
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.
The afternoon of Thursday, Feb 7, the ICS Math Team took part in the AMC 10/12.
On Tuesday February 5, Indian Creek held its very first induction ceremony for Mu Alpha Theta, which is an esteemed math honor society.
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.
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."
"From Chinchillas at ICS to Vet School!"
On Friday, January 4, Creek alumni in college returned “home”
Indian Creek School is pleased to announce that Sarah Allen '01 has been named Director of Teaching and Learning to begin in July 2019.
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.