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Posted on September 19, 2019

Senior Aidan Kunst continues his coverage of the red-hot, state-ranked lady eagles soccer season:


The score was tied, 2-2. There was just one minute left in the game. The mood was tense as Danielle Goebel stepped up to take a corner kick. The kick went up, a well-placed ball to the far post, and… GOAL!

Posted on September 5, 2019

Traveling abroad opens a student’s mind to new perspectives and provides a life-changing experience. Each summer, at Evansville Day School, we organize family international trips so that we can foster globally minded thinking and understanding in our classrooms, while making special connections within our EDS family.

Posted on August 27, 2019

Senior Aidan Kunst is making the most of his passion for sports journalism this semester through an independent study with our marketing department. Follow @eds_athletics on Twitter for real-time score updates, and watch our website and social media channels for articles from Aidan!


Posted on May 24, 2019

Fifth grader Caroline Palmer is a student blogger for Evansville Day School. In this blog, she reflects on their year in Future Problem Solvers as part of her classroom experience. She and her teammates are preparing to head out to FPS International in Amherst, MS this June!

Posted on March 21, 2019

by Aidan Kunst `20

On Saturday, March 9th, our season ended. The 2nd-ranked Barr Reeve Vikings beat us 48-41 in the regional semifinal at Loogootee. I think a lot of us are still not over it.

Posted on January 31, 2019

Blog entry by Upper School Social Studies Teacher Holly Ziemer

Since October, eight Evansville Day School students have been preparing to compete in the Evansville Regional Mock Trial Competition, scheduled for February 16, 2019 at the Vanderburgh County Courthouse. This is the first year that Evansville is hosting a regional mock trial competition, and EDS is pleased to be among the teams competing.

Posted on January 25, 2019

Blog submitted by Diana Zausch, iLab Coordinator

Posted on January 18, 2019

This girl is on fire! Fifth grader Ingrid Braden has been on a winning streak. In addition to winning the school spelling bee, she added school geography bee winner to her list of accolades. As if that weren't enough, her essay "The Women's Suffrage Campaign" for the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest was selected as the city-wide winner! Ingrid will be recognized at an award ceremony at Bethel Church on February 17. Below is the text from her award-winning essay.

Posted on December 5, 2018

“For it is in giving that we receive.”

-Francis of Assisi

Posted on November 16, 2018

By Carson Newton `25

Having choices and the opportunity to be balanced is what I love most about Evansville Day School! I feel like next to being globally minded and focusing on academics, my superpower is definitely sports! And by sports, I mean all kinds of sports. From basketball, to soccer, to cross country, and tennis, I represent the SUPER-SPORTS power of EDS!        

Posted on November 16, 2018

Enjoy a heartwarming story of generosity from the Day School family! Written by retired teacher, Harry "Doc" Faulkner.

Posted on October 10, 2018

We asked students to describe their defining characteristic, the thing about them that would qualify as a superpower. The following essay was submitted by Day School senior, Leah Gehret `19.

Posted on October 5, 2018

Blog entry by Middle School Social Studies Teacher Erin Deppe

Posted on September 7, 2018

Traveling abroad is always a strong desire and passion for Evansville Day School students, families, and teachers alike. Whether the international travel is with our families, or within an educational program, it can be challenging, but also rewarding in many ways. 

Posted on April 26, 2018

Intersession is something of a labor of love for teachers.  Planning, managing, and executing a weeklong itinerary can be stressful at best, but the looks on our kids’ faces when they get to see and experience something new makes it all the work pay off. 

Which brings us to China.