Ridgefield Academy students participate annually in the WordMasters Challenge™, a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 125,000 students annually, and several teams achieved Highest Honors in the recent competition. RA’s fifth grade team scored an impressive 191 points out of a possible 200 in the first of three meets this year, placing sixth in the nation. In addition, the seventh grade team scored 184 points to finish sixth nationwide, and the sixth grade team claimed ninth place with 174 points.
Every last Friday of the month, RA's Lower School celebrates Feel Good Friday. What is it, and how do we celebrate?
What can RA students and families look for from the library this year? Plus, a book recommendation from our Library Specialist.
While you may imagine that summer is a quiet time for schools, this summer was anything but for Ridgefield Academy/Landmark Preschool students, faculty, and staff.
A Q&A with MS/US English teacher Jenna Rubin.
A Q&A with Ridgefield Academy's MS/US Chorus & Drama teacher Kevin Haines.
Middle school students at RA face a challenge as a team.
Kindergarten is a critical year of learning, when children explore the world around them, find what sparks their curiosity, 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.
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.
Intentional connectedness is a distinguishing factor of the educational program and mission at Ridgefield Academy.