List of 12 news stories.

  • Sycamore has 14 students qualify for National History Bee

    Twenty-one Sycamore students competed in the Regional Finals of the National History Bee in Louisville, KY and Columbus, OH over break. In all, 14 Sycamore students qualified to advance to Nationals!
  • Acharya, Tan earn spots on Indiana MATHCOUNTS team going to nationals

    Sycamore students had a very strong showing at Purdue University on Saturday March 11) in the 2017 State MATHCOUNTS contest. Sycamore was led by Rhea Acharya who finished second place and Noah Tan who finished fourth.
  • Eight students advance to National History Day state competition

    From Sycamore, eight students advanced in the National History Day district competition and will be moving on to compete in the state competition on the campus of Ivy Tech on May 6.
  • Two Students Named Finalists in School Band and Orchestra Scholarship Contest

    The SBO Magazine (School Band and Orchestra) Scholarship Administrator informed us that finalists are now under review and we should know the 5 winners within a week. The winners will receive $1,000 scholarships and music merchandise for their school. Best of luck to the two finalists, 7th grader Rhea Bhatia and 6th grader Georgia Bott!
  • Sycamore wins Central Indiana MATHCOUNTS Competition

    Sycamore School hosted the Central Indiana Chapter MATHCOUNTS Competition on Friday, February 17.  Students and teams performing well at the Chapter Competition are invited to participate in the State MATHCOUNTS Competition which will be held at Purdue University on March 12th. As a team, Sycamore had a great day. Of the 193 competitors, all 10 Sycamore students finished in the top 60 individually, 

    Kindergarten students at Sycamore School are collecting food and personal items from November 14-18 to stock their local pantry.  In class, they have been learning about how the Wampanoag people helped their “new neighbors” survive in the New World almost 400 years ago.
  • Water

    Sycamore Chief Financial Officer Patrick Juday recaps end-of-construction and beginning-of-school-year events.
  • What About Homework?

    Among parents and students, there are not too many topics that can ignite a lively discussion more quickly than the topic of homework. Sycamore School Head of School Diane Borgmann talks about homework in her most recent blog.
  • Summer Renovations Completed for 2016-17 School Year

    Renovations to Sycamore School wrapped up after a full summer of construction inside the building.  This summer, Sycamore School completed a $4 million building renovation, adding new spaces dedicated to fostering innovation, collaboration, and technology instruction.
  • A Few Questions With: Jennifer Williams / Head of Early Childhood

    The new Head of EC (and teacher at Sycamore since 1993) sits down to answer a few questions as we head into 2016-17
  • New Teachers and Staff announced for upcoming school year

    In addition to Jennifer Williams being named the Head of Early Childhood, Sycamore has hired four new fulltime teachers, and a new Early Childhood guest and parent receptionist.
  • Two Sycamore students visit DC for National History Day

    Emma Hermacinski and Evelyn Tabor are part of the Sycamore contingent competing in National History Day in College Park, Maryland.