Four students' pitch for an app to aid bored or drowsy drivers won first place at the recently held Earwig Tank event.
Nearly 40 Upper School students already have exceeded the annual community service requirement, while the student body has logged more than 1,500 hours of service — nearly half of last year's entire total.
Two Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians members brought cultural awareness to the Upper School student body in a recent CBLC seminar as part of Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month.
Members of the girls varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams reached out to aspiring elementary and middle school players of the future to offer a skills clinic to interested girls and boys.
The Dunn School Admission Department has scheduled open houses in early December and mid-January for parents and guardians and their children wanting more information, about and a firsthand look at, Dunn Middle School.
Lisa Lucas '85 (right) and a team of producers won a 2022 Rocky Mountain Emmy Award for the documentary feature film, "However Wide the Sky: Places of Power" that aired on PBS and highlighted the history of eight sacred spaces across the American Southwest and their cultural significance to regional Native American nations.
The recently concluded Fall Family Festival united Dunn families, alumni, professional community members, friends, and students on the Upper School campus for a deeper look into, and celebration of, Dunn student life.
While it's a dreaded cliché to say in the aftermath of an exhausting, professional sporting event that there were only winners and no losers, that doesn't at all apply to the amateur world — especially when kids are involved. Adjectives like "courageous," "resilient," and "determined" are apropos, and it certainly characterizes Dunn Middle School students who participated in the annual TRYathlon, a grueling test of swimming, biking, and distance running.
Not even valiant on-court losses by the girls junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams to Villanova Prep could dampen the palpable Earwig spirit inside the gym Tuesday night, as the Dunn community gathered for Senior Night, saluting senior student-athletes' athletic achievements and personal growth.
While there is no accounting for a humanitarian crisis on this scale, Dunn School is dedicated to making an impact on as many individuals as possible by establishing the Emergency Ukrainian Student Scholarship. The charitable effort supports current students from Ukraine and aims to bring additional displaced Ukrainian students to the United States to attend school at Dunn.
Irshad Manji, a bestselling author and renowned educator and lecturer, joined The Whole Student podcast to discuss how her high school theater teacher, an Evangelical Christian, helped restore her faith in men and humanity through kindness and understanding, despite their differences and she being a Muslim woman.
Mari Zhang’s appearance on 'The Whole Student' podcast kicks off an important series of episodes celebrating successful women in STEM. The series has a similar aim as Zhang’s high school math teacher — breaking down stereotypes by showing examples of women excelling in tech industries traditionally dominated by male counterparts.
The brainchild of Dunn School’s Kalyan Balaven — the first-year Head of School at the 6-12th grade independent boarding and day school on California’s Central Coast — The Whole Student podcast debuted this past month with Santa Barbara mayoral candidate James Joyce III.
The NatureTrack Film Festival — a Los Olivos-based film festival that offers local and global perspectives of the wonders of the natural world — will be hosting two separate film screenings at the Cindy Bronfman Leadership Center as part of its one-day live Festival on Saturday, Oct. 16.
The Dunn Association is bringing Mark Lukach, International Bestselling author and educator, to Dunn’s Cindy Bronfman Leadership Center to help put the COVID-19 pandemic into perspective through his unique lens.