List of 12 news stories.

  • Sycamore Teacher Linda Mihm Earns Nomination For National History Teacher of the Year Award

    Longtime Sycamore teacher, Linda Mihm, has been nominated for the Patricia Behring Teacher of the Year award! Each of the 58 National History Day affiliates may nominate one middle school teacher for this award, and Ms. Mihm is the junior division nominee from Indiana. She teaches history to our middle school students. Every nominee for the $10,000 national award is a teacher who demonstrates a commitment to engaging students in historical learning through innovative use of primary sources, implementation of active learning strategies to foster historical thinking skills, and participation in the National History Day Contest. All nominees will receive $500, each, as a result of their nominations.
  • Letter From Head of School

    I'm sure you are all aware of Governor Holcomb's announcement yesterday that all public and non-public schools should close through May 1, which would mean that schools would resume on Monday, May 4. In the interest of the health of our community, Sycamore will comply with that request. In light of that decision, we will go forward with our Distance Learning Plan, with the exception of Monday, April 13. That is the day that we had planned to return to school, and teachers had planned to implement our DLP until then. On April 13, we will allow our teachers back in the building to plan and gather additional resources. We will resume our Distance Learning Plan on Tuesday, April 14.
  • Sycamore School To Be Closed March 13 - April 12

    We are all dealing with the unusual and far-reaching challenges of the presence of coronavirus, or COVID-19. At Sycamore, we have been paying close attention to the situation and planning for possible consequences. After digesting all we know about COVID-19, we have decided to close Sycamore for students beginning after Quest on March 13 until the beginning of school on April 13. 
  • More Than 30 Sycamore Students Qualify for History, Science, and Academic Bee Nationals in Chicago

    More than 40 Sycamore students competed in the Regional History, Academic, and Science Bees at St. Richard's School on February 29.  Many students earned the opportunity to compete at Nationals held in Chicago from June 12-15.
  • Sycamore 1st and 2nd place regional teams

    Science Bowl Team Earns Spot in National Competition

    Sycamore's two teams of students traveled to Terre Haute to compete at the Indiana Regional Science Bowl Competition and took the top two spots in the event, and one of those Sycamore teams earned a spot in the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. this spring.
  • Central Indiana MATHCOUNTS: Sycamore Wins; All Team Participants in Top 20

    Sycamore hosted the Central Indiana Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition on February 18. More than 160 students from 19 schools participated in the first round of the popular middle school math competition. Sycamore was led by Akshay Guttikonda, who placed 2nd overall, trailing Creekside's Kevin Hu by a single point. Taking home 3rd place was Sycamore's Alex Lu. Finishing in 5th, 6th, and 7th place were Jonathan Yang, Michael Fryburg, and Insia Zaidi, respectively. Kaden Xu was 9th place, Kaitlyn Park 11th, Nelson You 16th, Justin Puno 19th, and David Jiang 20th place. This was the first time Sycamore placed all 10 students in the top 20 and we are happy to report this qualifies all 10 students for the state competition on March 14th at Rose Hulman.
  • Cheng Repeats as Spelling Bee Champ; Moves to Regionals

    Sycamore 8th grader Abby Cheng has won the Marion County North District Spelling Bee at Park Tudor. She will be moving on as one of 20 competitors to the Marion County Regionals.
  • Sycamore Earns Honors at Scholastic Arts and Writing Regional Awards

    The Regional Scholastic Arts and Writing awards have been announced, and Sycamore student writers have earned 28 awards, including 9 pieces advancing to the national competition. Students competed against almost 340,000 entries written by Indiana students through the twelfth grade.
  • Sycamore Teaching Assistant Josh Betsey Also Red Line Kiosk Designer

    Sycamore School Early Childhood teaching assistant Josh Betsey is also a local artist who designed the kiosk for IndyGo’s Red Line. Read more about him in this Indianapolis Recorder article.  
  • Fall Open House for Prospective Parents is October 13

    VIDEO: Fall Open House on October 13 for prospective parents will feature classroom tours, teachers Q&A, games for the kids, food, and lots more.

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  • The Indianapolis Star Names Sycamore School a Winner of the Indianapolis Top Workplaces 2019 Award

    Sycamore School has been named a 2019 Top Workplace in Indianapolis by The Indianapolis Star. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party research partner. The anonymous survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection. “I’m very proud,” says Sycamore’s Diane Borgmann, who has served as Head of School since 2009. “The unanimous focus on our mission and its delivery unites our faculty and staff in every way, and we are passionate about what we do. Through this award, we’ll be able to share with others why we love our school and why Sycamore is a great place for both kids and teachers!”
  • Two Sycamore 2015 Graduates Named 2019 Indiana Academic All Stars

    Sycamore grads and high school seniors Aaron Chai (Park Tudor HS) and Grace Lee (North Central HS) both earned Indiana Academic All-Star awards, two of only 40 students earning the honor in 2019.