Thursday, November 18th was an evening filled with big thanks, delicious food and great fun. Members of the Class of 2020 (with the help of several faculty members and our wonderful kitchen staff) hosted a lovely dinner for the Olney Friends School family. Turkey, sweet potatoes, stuffing and green bean casserole made up the main […]
In recent years, one of the more popular electives at Olney Friends School has been a wilderness survival Endeavor that places students in a hypothetical post-apocalyptic world where they are forced to forage for themselves without the luxuries and conveniences that have stifled the self-sufficiency of recent generations. While the names and faces change each […]
On Friday, August 26th, students in Grade 10 Humanities worked on group projects with the aim of creating visual representations of how respect, responsibility, and helpfulness are displayed in the Olney Friends School community.
On Wednesday, July 13th, Belmont Soil and Water Conversation District held its annual Passport to Fishing event at Olney Friends School’s Livezey Lake. The program, which has been held at Olney for the past several years, is administered by the Ohio Division of Wildlife. Each year, Belmont SWCD invites area residents ages 17 and younger […]
Belmont Soil and Water Conservation District is holding a Passport to Fishing program on Wednesday, July 13th from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. This free program will be held at the Olney Friends School’s Livezy Lake, located at 61830 Sandy Ridge Road, Barnesville, Ohio. Registration will begin at 8:45 a.m. The Passport to Fishing program […]
The Celebration of the Arts was a true showcase of our community’s creativity. The Olney Spirit continues to inspire our students. They created some amazing pieces this year, and our student’s musical talents were so evident in their performances. The entire Main was transformed into a gallery and students sold prints of their artwork and […]
Micah Brownstein and a group of Olney students are at the Oglebay Institute in Wheeling, WV today for #Ecofest, sharing the story of our commitment to environmental education and sustainability.
This past weekend, the sophomore class joined humanities teachers Emily Carton and Eric Lundblade for a visit to Philadelphia. Photos of their trip can be found on Olney’s student-run Instagram page. On campus, February Fridays activities continued with a wide variety of activities. Hiking & Camping: A small group ventured out to Bark Camp State […]