Photograph Contibuted by Oldfields School
Glencoe, MD – June 4, 2005 – Aneesha Marwah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ashok Marwah of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, recently graduated from Oldfields School in Glencoe, MD. Marwah attended Oldfields for two years, where she participated in varsity badminton and tennis, served as a Big Sister, performed community service, and was a member of the Student Ambassador Program. She also participated as a member of the crew of student theatrical productions Little Me and The Women in 2004. At her graduation she was honored with the Social Studies Prize, and she graduated with Honors. Marwah plans to attend Tulane University in the fall.
Oldfields School, Maryland’s oldest girls’ boarding school, located 25 miles north of Baltimore, was founded in 1867. Oldfields is an independent, college-preparatory school for girls in grades 8-PG. Of the 190 students, 75 percent are boarding students and 25 percent are day students. The School boasts a small average class size and a low student-to-teacher ratio, with a majority of faculty living on campus. Oldfields is a leader in single-gender, secondary education with an award-winning technology program and is known for its personalized curriculum designed to challenge students in areas of strength and support them in areas of weakness utilizing Dr. Mel Levine’s Schools Attunedâ approach.
Oldfields School is located in Baltimore County, Maryland. For additional information about Oldfields School, please contact Anne Ragland Finney at (410) 472-4800 x1016 or via email at [email protected].