A strong defensive stop in the midfield led to a counter attack which saw Maddie Evans '19 reward the hard work of Colleen Shrum '19, setting Shrum up at the top of the circle from where she deftly slid the ball past a strong Dragon's keeper putting the Eagles ahead 1-0.
Indian Creek School Class of 2026 designed and built two recently installed “Little Free Libraries” in the county, one behind “The Big Bean,” in Severna Park, and another in on Poplar Trail in Annapolis.
Eagles Baseball players Travis Garnett '21 and Evan Selmer '21 were highlighted in the Maryland Prep Baseball Report as two of the TOP 10 Prospects in Maryland and Delaware. Travis, who serves as a pitcher on the Varsity Baseball team, was ranked second out of all baseball players in Maryland and Delaware. Right-handed Pitcher Evan Selmer was ranked ninth.
Upper School U.S. History teacher Tonya Montgomery had the opportunity to examine the realities and impact of institutionalized slavery in Virginia last week at the Stratford Hall Summer Teacher Institute, entitled "Slavery in Tidewater Virginia: Reality, Debate, and Dissolution."
On Saturday, June 2, the 51 members of the Class of 2018 processed across the stage in The Jack & Nancy Becker Center for Performing Arts as students and departed the event as alumni of Indian Creek School.
On Wednesday, May 30, the Indian Creek School (ICS) Class of 2025 enjoyed a hands-on, inquiry-based field trip to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC)'s outdoor classrooms and microscope laboratory.
On Wednesday, May 30, Indian Creek Upper School students, faculty, coaches, and parents held a special assembly to honor our Outstanding Spring Athletes and celebrate our THREE Championship Titles from the Spring 2018 season!
The Eagles put together a furious second-half scoring burst to rally from five goals down and defeat Annapolis Area Christian School 15-13 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship at Johnny Unitas Stadium on the Towson University campus on May 18.
Brandon Harris drove in John Warner, who had doubled, with the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth inning and Indian Creek went on to a 3-2 victory over Concordia Prep in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference championship game.
Indian Creek senior Michael Troese scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to send Indian Creek to a 12-11 victory over Annapolis Area Christian School in the regular season finale for both teams on Tuesday.
Seniors Jordan Lewis, Malik McKinney, and Patrick Riley gathered together with their families, friends, coaches, and school administrators to sign letters of intent to play sports in college next year.
Indian Creek Senior Sydney Williams was honored as a finalist for 2018 Youth of the Year at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County’s 29th Annual Ed Casey Youth of the Year Awards dinner on Wednesday, April 4, at The Westin Hotel, in Annapolis.
Spring Break 2018 proved that students can make a real difference in the world, AND have a wonderful time, as 20 Indian Creek students, 2 friends, and 2 faculty members embarked upon a service trip to Puerto Rico!
In order to illustrate their understanding of the Ages of Imperialism of several territories with whom the United States became involved throughout history, Mrs. Montgomery’s AP U.S. History students got out markers and butcher paper, and created “Bodies of Imperialism” to share with their classmates.
The Indian Creek students, teachers, and administrators who chose to participate in Wednesday’s event joined hundreds of thousands of students around the country to participate in the National School Walkout, a Walkout to honor the students killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and to call upon Congress to pass tighter gun control laws.
The Indian Creek Class of 2027 had the opportunity of a lifetime as Dr. Tracy Clarke (Deputy Section Head of Radio Astrophysics and Sensing, in the Remote Sensing Division of the Naval Research Laboratory) came in to speak with the class about space.
The Indian Creek School third grade classrooms transformed into a scene from Ancient Rome on Wednesday, February 28, as the Class of 2027 celebrated their Roman studies with an Independent Learning Day.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math are immersed throughout daily life at Indian Creek School, but on Friday, February 23, the Lower School held a STEAM Day to celebrate these fields with a fun (messy) day of hands-on learning.
The Indian Creek School Class of 2022 experienced a poignant field trip to Washington, DC, on Friday, February 23, as they visited several museums to support their American History studies of World War II.
Indian Creek alumna Catherine Crowe’s journey has taken her from the East to the West Coast, from studying English and Communications at Boston College as an undergraduate to NYC, where she worked in Legal Recruitment Marketing, and now to Pepperdine University, where she is currently in law school. In between it all, she has also become popular SoulCycle instructor in the Los Angeles area.
A Creek CONGRATULATIONS goes out to six year old Kindergarten student, Melanie Morgan ‘30, who traveled to Newark, New Jersey, over President’s Day weekend to compete in the Annual Dance Educators of America Regional Competition.
Our second and third grade students took a trip “Around the Globe” on Thursday, February 8, as they travelled to the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall to enjoy a concert by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
In the early evening of Friday, January 26, a group of seventh through twelfth grade students and faculty members gathered on the small meadow on the north side of the Crownsville Campus for the first official "Indian Creek Astronomy Night."
The Indian Creek School Class of 2025 shared a meaningful experience with their classmates, teachers, and parents, as their study of R.J. Palacio's novel Wonder led them to look deeply into themselves and subsequently, to better know their peers.
On Thursday, January 11, 11 students in grades 6-8 competed for a chance to represent Indian Creek School at the National Geographic Bee, with eighth grader Amareah Bead emerging as ICS Geo Bee Champion.
Indian Creek School is proud to announce that Pre-Kindergarten 4 Teacher Kelly Bryant has been featured as one of What's Up Magazine's Teachers "who go above and beyond their classroom duties to not only educate and inspire their students, but engage the school community as a whole," in their January 2018 edition.