SNEAK PEEKS Join us for a peek into Sycamore's Early Childhood classes, with this program for children ages 2-4 and their parents. These FREE fun-filled classes are a good way to sample the stimulating education that Sycamore provides for gifted children in preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten. Here are the dates for the EC Sneak Peeks for 2019.
There will always be students who need schools like Sycamore, to stimulate, educate, and motivate our best and brightest. We are educating kids, teaching them to think, both critically and creatively, and teaching them to love learning.
Today's students will be the leaders that will solve the problems of today and tomorrow. Sycamore is a prime example of institutional evolution and a story of response to a need. Our work will never be complete.
The Sycamore School Academic Olympics squad defeated St. Pius X 68-35 in the semi-finals and then defeated St. Thomas Aquinas in the finals of the Cathedral Academic Olympics to win the 2018 Middle School title! Congratulations to the team consisting of 7th graders Alex Lu and Akshay Guttikonda and 8th graders Julia Thompson, Charlotte Thompson, Tanay Acharya, and Walker Gallapudi. The team is coached by History Teacher Tony Young.
On November 17, 175 mathletes from across Indiana, ranging from 5th to 8th grade, descended upon Sycamore School to participate in the 9th annual Sycamore Math Invitational. In the 8th grade and under division, West Lafayette 8th grader Patrick Li was the overall champion with an outstanding score of 39. In second place was Sycamore 8th grade Grace Yang with a score of 36. In 3rd place was Brady Exoo from Terre Haute.
On Saturday, the 8th Grade VEX IQ team earned the top prize - the Excellence Award - at the Klondike MS Tournament. In a day where Sycamore had seven teams in a strong 36-team field, the 8th grade VEX team edged out Sycamore's 7th grade team and two Zionsville Middle School squads to claim the top prize.
If Sycamore School is to be closed due to extreme weather conditions, announcements to parents will be sent to home and cell phones via the school’s automated alert system.
Announcements will also be made on local TV and radio stations and their websites. Closings will also be posted on the Sycamore School social media (Facebook and Twitter) feeds. We will also post information on this page.