- Middle School
- Upper School
Earth Week celebrations began on Monday, April 17, with a campus clean-up. All members of the community were invited to join the Environmental Club and participate in beautifying Malvern's campus.
An Earth Week Fair was held on Thursday, April 20, and included plastic bottle bowling, a sustainability pledge table, Earth Week-themed treats, and seed planting. In addition, members of the Beekeeping Club were on hand to explain the process of making honey. Students were able to taste samples of the honey harvested from Malvern’s beehives. New this year was a Pop-Up Clothes Swap. Students were invited to bring in articles of clothing to swap with other students. Any clothing that was not swapped was donated to charity.
Earth Week culminated with the annual tree planting on Friday, April 21. The Environmental Club planted a Flame Thrower Redbud tree, which is known for its heart-shaped foliage, behind the St. Augustine Center for Social Impact.