EA students can explore other subjects and courses like Arabic and Medical Problem Solving thanks to a consortium of independent schools from across the world.
Inspired by her own personal experience and the many children born with clefts, Amalie Hipp '18 worked to raise awareness and make a difference.
"Hoisting the Sweater up for all the EA fans to see was one of the best feelings in my life," said Adam Klein '18.
Sam Daly '06 served as this year's esteemed speaker at the Edward H. Vick, Jr. '62 Veterans Day Chapel.
The senior distance runner is first male EA student to win the PAISAA meet since the organization took over the race 30+ years ago.
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A terrible twister takes a Kansas girl to a new world of witches, scarecrows, and flying monkeys in The Wizard of Oz!
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Nick launched his rowing career as a freshman at EA. Vote today!
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