Allie C. spoke about the value of kindness and challenged the audience members to try and be kind and the best they can be.
At RA, dreamers become thinkers. But first, one has to develop the capacity to dream. Dr. Martin Luther King has given us a powerful example of what it means to dream through his legacy as a civil rights leader. It is this legacy that RA students have been studying over the past few weeks, in preparation for honoring MLK Day.
There is no question that the world children grow up in today is drastically different than the one that their parents and teachers inhabited, and there is no doubt that digital technology has changed the way we all live and interact. How can we help our kids navigate this new world?
How does one manage the intricacies of technology in a learning environment? Depend on a talented Technology System Administrator.
Trilby C. spoke about the role confidence played in her wild decision to join the wrestling team.
At Ridgefield Academy we are crafting a developmentally-appropriate learning experience for our students, one that challenges them to grow and develop as learners and people in a caring and nurturing environment; one that understands that middle school actually matters.
Lilly H. presented the first speech of 2020 during Morning Assembly. She spoke about pursuing excellence even through discouragement.
This picture book biography follows the explorer and fossil-hunter, Sue Hendrickson, from her childhood days as a shy, curious little girl to her career as a paleontologist.
The holiday season offers many opportunities for our students and families to share their time, money, and talents to help others through our Service Learning Program.
Your Annual Fund gifts make our Service Learning curriculum possible.