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Class Outside

Our top priority is the health and safety of our community. Safety comes in many forms, from physical health to emotional wellness. Oldfields is closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as local and national health departments to continually update guidelines and recommendations for reopening our School. We are ready and excited to welcome students to campus on August 22, 2020.

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Oldhouse in Fall

On June 26,  Head of School David G. Perfield announced in a letter to families that all students would be welcomed back to campus on August 22. Since early spring, the School has been leveraging external expertise and evolving guidance from local and national authorities to develop health and safety protocols designed to protect the overall well-being of both residential and non-residential students and employees. This remains the highest priority.

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Racial Injustice: Committed to Change

Oldfields is committed to doing our part to address the systemic racial injustice that has long gripped our nation. We join together with our students, families, and alumnae of color, particularly our Black community, both on and off our campus, as the nation continues to fight racial injustice. We are committed to working as a community to educate ourselves, better our understanding, and lead change.

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