Traditions At Oldfields
Big Sisters, Green and White Night, Senior/New Girl Picnic, The Sheep on the Hill, Dubious Dozen, Senior Presentations, Chicken Hill, Free Days, Fall Family Weekend, The Sugar Plum Fairy, Rarebit,100 Nights Dinner, May Program, Senior Will Night, and of course, Graduation; these are just some of the traditions that are near and dear to every Oldfields student.
Traditions are what tie generations of Oldfields girls together. The traditions are unvieled for each new girl to experience and enjoy when she arrives. Each serves as a healthy and appropriate rite of passage, through which memories are made, leaders are born, and lessons are learned.
When Oldfields alumnae look back at their school years, they remember these significant events as well as the little things - meeting at Crosswalks for an outing, sitting down to family-style dinners, babysitting a faculty's child, and the endless search for the "thing-a-ma-bob." Embracing the new while honoring the traditions of old make for a rich experience for each girl.