Each week at morning assembly, a Grade 8 student shares an experience or story that is important to them. We will be posting these stories weekly so our community can get to know this extraordinary class of leaders. This morning, Dylan M. shared his thoughts on the importance of leadership. Enjoy reading Dylan's story!
Ridgefield Academy, with a solid plan in place, is doing its part for the environment by committing to being good stewards of our earth.
Mac Rand's trip to Africa over Spring Break was an incredible experience and he accomplished exactly what he set out to do.
Congratulations to Grade 6 student Sam Y. for being awarded runner up in the Young Entrepreneurs Academy program. Sam's company, RestVest also received funding from investors and is on its way to amazing success!
Grade 8 parents gathered to celebrate the many benefits that RA has provided for their children and how they can help future RA students experience the same educational journey.
Read the April book review of Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney! A beautiful story brought to you by our fabulous RA LS librarians, Gail Heaslip and Elizabeth Buchan.
Journalist Todd Sliss asks the impossible question: What will education will be like when today’s Kindergartener’s graduate high school?
Head of School Tom Main offers some insight.
RA's Third Annual Interdisciplinary Week once again proved to be a great experience in learning for our students!
The college bribery scandal raises the concern that overprotected young children are ill-equipped to face challenges. Rachel Simmons recently authored a piece in the The New York Times offering some advice for raising a self-sufficient child. We'd like to share it with you here.
Grade 8 students Jordyn S. and Luisa S. did a wonderful job representing RA when they were invited to sing the National Anthem for the RBA Championship event!