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Posted Friday, Apr 29, 2016 
Eighteen members of the Class of 2016 who have committed to play a sport at the collegiate level were recognized during a special assembly on Friday, April 29.
Posted Tuesday, Apr 26, 2016 
Tenley Ziperski '18 has been accepted into this summer's High School Digital Storytelling Workshop at Loyola University Chicago's School of Communication (SOC).
Posted Tuesday, Apr 26, 2016 
Morris Glass, a Holocaust survivor and Raleigh resident, held the rapt attention of 8th-11th grade students and faculty in an overflowing Jones Theater as he told his moving and difficult story of life under Nazi rule and the years he spent in several concentration camps.
Posted Friday, Apr 22, 2016 
Chris Little '17, Ian DuBose '17, Donald Fuller '17 and Kenny Bowling '16 will now represent the State of North Carolina in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Posted Thursday, Apr 21, 2016 
Ravenscroft hosted the Wake County Special Olympics, for the 25th year, this week. More than 800 athletes, attended the two-day event and participated in a variety of track and field competitions.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 
Sharing her story of entrepreneurship and adventure with Upper School English classes earlier this month, Jennifer Pharr Davis encouraged students to rediscover their love for writing through journaling or other endeavors. A long-distance hiker from Asheville, Pharr Davis has written several books chronicling her adventures, including her record-breaking trek on the Appalachian Trail.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 
My Brother's Keeper, the US African-American Male Affinity Group, came up with the idea of Ravens for Flint Water Drive and managed the drive across all divisions of Ravenscroft, collecting over 100 cases of water! Middle school students held a bake sale and purchased water from the proceeds, and Lower school donations came from students, faculty and staff throughout the drive.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 
For the seventh year in a row, members of the Ravenscroft community participated in a fundraiser with St. Baldrick's, an organization that raises money for childhood cancer research by having participants shave their heads in solidarity with children undergoing chemotherapy.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 
As a result of Ravens in Action, and these very focused efforts on global issues, students feel knowledgeable, aware and empowered. Students are clearly seeing the difference they can make - how they can make significant changes in their world.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016 
Sixty-eight of our students qualified for the Duke University TIP program this year.
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