Thank you for your interest in attending an upcoming event at Severn School! The events listed here require registration to attend. Register using the links below and please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Join us for one or both of our Mini Matisse workshops, designed to inspire creativity and a love of reading and art. Guided by our Lower School Media Specialist and Lower School Art Teacher, parents and children will enjoy a story from a popular early childhood author and explore the illustrations found in the literature. Tying picture books and the visual arts together, each child will leave with his/her own masterpiece inspired by the story.
If you have friends, neighbors, or family members who may be interested in attending with their children, please encourage them to register! Younger siblings of current students are welcome, too. Registration is limited to 15 children (ages 2½ to 5) who are not currently enrolled at Severn. Parent attendance is required.
Severn School is proud to announce the 2019 David Astle Memorial Lecture Series speaker, Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of New York Times bestseller How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success. She is also known for writing Real American a critically acclaimed memoir detailing her personal battle with low self-esteem that American racism inflicts on people of color. On Tuesday, April 9th Lythcott-Haims will deliver a keynote address to the Middle and Upper School discussing her memoir, Real American. Her visit will culminate in the evening with her “How to Raise an Adult” keynote address for Severn parents, alumni, and the greater community. The event is free and open to the Severn School community and invited guests. All guests must register.
Grandfriends’ Day at the Lower School is set for Friday, April 19! More details will be provided after winter break. If you have any questions about Grandfriends' Day at the Lower School, please contact Vanessa Cranford.