Duke School graduates Ava and Rachel collaborate to turn their pandemic-imposed staycations into a “Baking for Change” community serving enterprise.
Problem solving in Duke School's makerspace–considering how the school’s growing collection of machinery and shop tools could serve the community during the pandemic.
One of the silver linings of teaching through a pandemic has been the awe and gratitude I feel each day as I watch every member of the Duke School community live out our values.
Fostering innate curiosity through project work and technological innovation to provide children a variety of tools to develop and represent their growing knowledge.
Duke School will celebrate Arab American Heritage Month in April.
UNDER THE OAK MAGAZINE
Duke School publishes the Under the Oak magazine annually for its current families, alumni families, alumni, grandparents, employees, and friends. Each issue focuses on a core value and shares what makes the school and community such a special place.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list for the magazine, please contact Communications. We also welcome news about alumni for future publications; please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with this information.
What's in a Name: The oak tree on Duke School's campus, beautifully nestled amongst Duke Forest, is a regular meeting place for students and faculty. The meeting spot is referred to as UTOT/ U.T.O.T. (under the oak tree).
EMERGENCY & WEATHER INFORMATION
Duke School's Closing and Delayed Openings Communication Procedure
We closely monitor threats of inclement weather. In the event of school closings or delayed openings, decisions will be made by 6 AM and will be announced on the Duke School site, through a blast phone call to the primary emergency contact number, text message (if requested), e-mail, and shared on select news stations including ABC11 WTVD and WRAL-TV.
If the school must close early, we will announce this via e-mail notices and blast phone calls and texts to all emergency contact numbers/e-mail addresses on file. If this is the case, please expect multiple messages.
Since Duke School does not operate buses, we tend to open more readily than public schools do in inclement weather. Please know that your safety and that of your family are most important, we trust each of you will use your own best judgment. Please feel welcome to pick up a child early or keep your child home if inclement weather threatens and you feel it is necessary to do so.
Duke School's Marketing and Communications Office is responsible for all marketing and advertisements, digital platforms, print publications, including the school's website, social media, photos, videos, magazine, and weekly Spark eNewsletter.