The results are in! The Madeira student leaders have been named for the 2021-2022 school year.
The student government is voted in by all grade levels... Read More
Madeira is pleased to announce the live streaming of the 2021 Affirmation performances on May 20 at 7:30 p.m. and the Commencement ceremony on May 21 at... Read More
Track & Field
The Madeira Track & Field team traveled to Episcopal High School on Thursday, April 22 to compete in the first meet of the season. The... Read More
On April 30, 2021, students, faculty, staff, parents, alumnae, trustees, and friends gathered - in person and virtually - Warner 10th Head of School... Read More
This April, Junior Michaela Joyce represented Team USA at the fencing World Championships held in Cairo, Egypt.
Michaela earned her spot on the 17 and... Read More
Dear Madeira Community,
As I approach the one-year mark of my tenure at Madeira, more than anything I am in awe about how remarkable our students... Read More
Junior Moniola Odunsi has been awarded first place in the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) World Series of Innovation for her creation of Equally... Read More
Throughout this year, the School has worked to ensure we are delivering on our mission for all our students, and particularly for those students who... Read More
Two longtime members of the School’s Administrative Team will conclude their tenures at Madeira this summer. Both have been extraordinary contributors... Read More
Madeira hosted their first athletic event in over a year on April 15 with a lacrosse game against Saint James School of Hagerstown, MD. It was a close... Read More
The Madeira School is proud to recognize three senior student-athletes from the Class of 2021 on their commitments to further both their academic and athletic... Read More
Please enjoy a collaboration between Gate, Madeira's literary magazine, and Madeira Dance!
One of Madeira’s key differentiators is our one-of-a-kind Co-Curriculum program. And for over 50 years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors have explored... Read More
Sydney Gu '21 and Elena Jochum '21 have been named 2021 National Merit Scholarship Finalists.
Over 1.5 million students were entered into the competition... Read More
Yoyo Song '24 has been awarded a 2021 National Scholastic Art and Writing Gold Medal for her photograph Busy.
Students’ entries are judged blindly by... Read More
The Board of Trustees of The Madeira School cordially invites you to view the Installation of our 10th Head of School Gretchen Warner
April 30, 2021... Read More
Moniola Odunsi ’22 has been named a finalist in The New York Times Multimedia Contest for her poem The Unanimous Declaration of the NEGLECTED TEENS of... Read More
The March 2021 issue of The Spectator, is now available. The paper features wide-ranging articles and opinion pieces from a number of Madeira writers.... Read More
Ashley Zheng ‘22 has won a Scholastic Gold Key Award in Writing for her work “When 'Give Me Liberty’ Means 'Give Me Death’” and an honorable mention for... Read More
Madeira’s Model UN team had a very successful weekend at the North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) conference, taking home four awards... Read More
The junior year internship on Capitol Hill is a staple of Madeira’s Co-Curriculum program. But what do you do when there’s a global pandemic? Go virtual... Read More
Our community celebrated Black History Month and the global black experience with the launch of the student created Black HERstory Showcase website! Students... Read More
Live online: February 19-20, 2021
Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2:00 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Madeira student Yoyo Song ‘24 won first place at the International Music Festival of Melbourne in the piano category.
Yoyo began the contest strong... Read More
Victoria Yu ‘22 and Yoyo Song ‘24 have received 2021 Regional Scholastic Arts Awards for their work in several categories including illustration, photography... Read More
Sophomore Sevginaz "Sev" Gurleyici competed in the NASA App Development Challenge this past fall. Her team, comprised of local students, was named one... Read More