Big Sisters/Little Sisters, Opening Day, Green and White Night, Senior/New Girl Picnic, The Sheep on the Hill
, Dubious Dozen
, Gross Notes
, Senior Presentations, Chicken Hill, Free Days, Family Weekend, The Sugar Plum Fairy, Rarebit
,100 Nights Dinner, May Program, Garden Party, Senior Will Night, Graduation.
These are only some of the traditions that make the Oldfields experience so unique. They are what tie generations of Oldfields girls together. The traditions are unveiled 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 told.
When Oldfields alumnae look back at their school years, they remember these significant events. Of course, they also recall the little things - walking to class with a friend, family-style dinners, babysitting a faculty child, and the endless search for the "thing-a-ma-bob." These are part of what make everyday life at Oldfields so special.