Grade 5 Visits Our Constitution
Our Grade 5 students have been studying one of the most important documents in the history of modern civics: The United States Constitution. It is a document that formed our democracy, divides power between the federal government and the states, and shares power among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of our government. Students have […]Read More >
Spreading Kindness and Nourishment!
At Washington Episcopal School, we know that teaching values to young people involves both words and actions. That is why our teachers — led by the WES Office of Spiritual and Cultural Learning — guide students through activities that show them how to help others throughout the year. For example, the holiday season featured a […]Read More >
We’ve Set a Big Goal… We want to raise $10,000 by midnight on November 28 to help support all that makes Washington Episcopal School (WES) special. You see, tomorrow is Giving Tuesday, the day the entire world comes together to give back. Tomorrow, we invite you to make WES a priority in your giving – www.w-e-s.org/give. […]Read More >
Thank you for your pledge to WES! Your ongoing generosity allows us to continue our signature programming, supports our talented, caring, and devoted faculty, and ensures that every qualified WES family receives the financial assistance they need to remain part of the fabric of this vibrant community. Click here to make the first installment of […]Read More >
WES’s 2023 Graduation and Its Founding
Next Tuesday, WES’s 30 Grade 8 students will graduate and turn their academic attention to a wide variety of high schools. The whole community is proud of their growth and accomplishments. Ten of these students have been with us from their first day of school, more than a quarter of the life of WES. Indeed, […]Read More >