Fall Family Weekend is an opportunity for families of Dunn's Upper School students to come to campus and meet with teachers about their students' progress since the start of school.
Math teacher brings mindfulness meditation into the classroom to help young learners focus attention on their lessons.
For a week in late September, fourteen intrepid souls wove their way up a mountain trail in the High Sierras to experience the indescribable beauty that is the John Muir Wilderness.
This fall, a number of Dunn students will be working with professional scientists and researchers at world-renowned college and laboratory facilities.
Each year, Dunn welcomes a special group of Earwigs to our residential community: three pigs that live in a pen near the Middle School.
Dunn Students are once again offering one-on-one peer tutoring this academic year for local children and teens.
Dunn School welcomes a remarkable group of new teachers, staff and administrators for the 2017-18 school year.
The promise of the school year is only exceeded by the depth of the learning that can occur when we are committed to a whole-student education.
Based on leading-edge research, the school day will start at 8:30 for high the Upper School, allowing students the opportunity to get more sleep in the mornings.
Memorial service for longtime English teacher set on campus for August 12
Soccer standout Rodney Michael named California Boys Gatorade Player of the Year for 2016-17
This year's service project takes Dunn students back to the small town of Parksdale, northwest of Fresno, where Dunn partners with a nonprofit called Self Help Enterprises, which brings together ten low-income families, mostly agricultural workers, and builds ten houses in ten months.
The talented chefs and staff in the Dunn Kitchen make three meals a day, seven days a week, and cater all the School's special events on campus. One student took notice of their hard work and wanted to return the favor—by trading places with them for a night.
For the second year in a row, the Dunn School Fencing Team took first place at the Central Coast High School Fencing Championships, besting fencers from Ventura to San Luis Obispo. Team Captain Theo Brown was also awarded the top individual title.
Dunn School honored two Santa Ynez residents on Saturday during an intimate dinner on the School's campus. Long-time valley resident Dean Davidge received the Alumnus of the Year award, and Santa Ynez native Fidencio Flores was named Young Alumnus of the Year.
Dunn's baseball team is known for its hitting hard. But on Saturday, they showed they have soft hearts too.
Wind and rain would dampen most outdoor events, but it was the perfect backdrop for the Dunn community as they celebrated Earth Day (a few days early) on Monday, April 17.
Few events at Dunn are more meaningful than our commencement ceremonies for the Middle School and Upper School. This annual tradition brings together families, friends and graduates from the school to celebrate another class of students who have been formed...
“Experiential learning at Dunn School doesn't stop when the school year ends,” says Christy Nordgren, Director of Summer Programs. “Our summer programs allow students from near and far to experience Dunn's core values and exceptional approach to immersive learning...
Early on Saturday morning, the Boys Soccer Team piled into a charter bus with their diehard fans to drive four hours to the bustling suburbs of Los Angeles. That afternoon, they hopped back on the bus to Los Olivos with a soccer championship in hand.
Each spring for the last seven years, Spanish teachers Alejandra Santos and Ulises Casteneda take a group of students to Guatemala to work with Constru Casa, an organization that serves families in extreme poverty. The trip is generously sponsored each year by the Rotary Club of Los Olivos.
Dunn School alumnus Abu Dunladi was the first overall pick in the 2017 Major League Soccer draft today and is headed to the cold winters of Minneapolis where his new team, Minnesota United, is located.
Imagine growing up as a child without a photo of yourself, without any affirmation that someone has truly looked at your face. This is the case for many children at a school in Colombia, where they live in difficult situations caused by extreme poverty.