Since January, Grade 3 students have been learning about artists whose work focuses on the use of geometric and abstract shapes, balance within space, the form of their work, and the use of unexpected and traditional materials.
A creative project in Grade 7 pre-algebra tasks students to consider the question, "How do numbers feel?"
The Lower School science classroom is a place where students frequently experience the joy of discovery - and fast.
Ridgefield Academy school counselor Michele Flowers reflects on the importance of self-care and self-focus as we begin a new year.
This fall, a Grade 8 student expressed an interest in photography and volunteered his time as a photo contributor for Ridgefield Academy, capturing photos at athletic games and school events.
Grade 2 students performed the play "My Planet, Your Planet", which brings awareness to Earth's environmental challenges and informs us that we can all be agents of change.
Ridgefield Academy school counselor Michele Flowers provides tips on practicing self-care.
Kindergarten is a critical year of learning, when children explore the world around them, discover what sparks their curiousity, and discover that learning can be joyful. Learn about how the foundation established in Ridgefield Academy's kindergarten classrooms prepares students for a lifetime of positive learning.
Ridgefield Academy students have been on top of the world since a new Outdoor Campus Center opened at the beginning of the school year. Completely funded by a small group of major donors, the full-scale bi-level playscape provides an exciting new space for play, exploration, learning, and skill development.
The middle school years are a navigation of change in many ways, and it is important for students to be in a supportive school environment that understands middle school students and the challenges they are facing.
Ridgefield Academy’s Faculty Enrichment Grant Program was designed to support the creative endeavors, travel, personal or professional interests of faculty. Middle and Upper School Art teacher Lisa Liebowitz attended a summer painting intensive with the goal of reigniting her personal artistic practice.