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Posted Friday, Mar 27, 2015 
Seth Brown has been awarded a Gold Medal and an American Visions Medal in the mixed media category of the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. More than 30,000 works of art and writing were submitted by students in grades seven through 12 putting national medalists in the top 1 percent of all submissions.
Posted Thursday, Mar 26, 2015 
Clare Zaytoun '16 won second place in the 11th Grade Division of the Raleigh Fine Arts Society's annual literary contest. Her story, "Happiness Pays," was selected from 600 entries from public and independent schools.
Posted Thursday, Mar 26, 2015 
Lower School Music Instructor Cameron Bolin will sing in a select group of the North Carolina Master Chorale Chamber Choir on Friday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Hayes Barton United Methodist Church. Forty voices of the Master Chorale will perform classics of the American choral repertoire.
Posted Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015 
Ryen Frazier '15 won the mile at the Carolina Relays for the second consecutive year. In the process, she ran what is believed to be the fastest mile time by a high school girl in the United States this year.
Posted Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015 
Lauren Walsh '16 won Miss Clayton's Outstanding Teen Scholarship Pageant on March 7. Walsh, who is an advocate for "Spark the Flame: Encouraging Volunteerism" that challenges people to volunteer for an hour a week, earned a leadership award in her division. She also had the highest score in the talent competition. The overall competition includes interview, evening gown, talent, and fitness.
Posted Monday, Mar 23, 2015 
The Upper School Concert Choir has repeatedly demonstrated resilience and growth-mindedness while preparing for several performances this year, most recently the North Carolina Music Educators Association (NCMEA) High School Choral Competition on March 9 and 10 at Meredith College.The choir received the highest ranking possible, rated "Superior" by a team of third-party judges, at the state-level competition among public and private schools.
Posted Monday, Mar 23, 2015 
A delegation of 14 Ravenscroft students enjoyed a successful trip to the YMCA Youth Legislature Conference in February with two of the group's three bills selected to be part of the mock legislative process and eventually signed into "law." Meanwhile, multiple students garnered individual recognition.
Posted Friday, Mar 20, 2015 
Had you wandered into any Ravenscroft varsity boys basketball practice this year you would have noticed two things that happen consistently: everybody runs and all the players slap each other five when the team huddles together. "Those are a couple of things we want them to understand," Head Coach Kevin Billerman said. "Number one, they're a team, so communicate and slap each other five. Number two is that they need to concentrate on what we're doing while they're in the gym."
Posted Friday, Mar 20, 2015 
"So, what is feminism?" That's the question that greets passers-by from an Upper School bulletin board for the new student group SHE (Strong. Healthy. Empowered.). The question is surrounded by quotes about feminism, images of famous male and female feminists, and a sign-up sheet for members of the Ravenscroft community who agree "I am a feminist." The bulletin board also provides the following answer to the question: "Striving for women's full political, economic, and social equality. That's it."
Posted Friday, Mar 20, 2015 
Chris Corchiani Jr. '14 is featured in the March 19 WRAL story, "Chris Jr. continues Corchiani tradition at NCSU."
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