Chief Information Officer Jason Ramsden is one of three recipients of a prestigious award from the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools, the professional association for independent school technology directors.
Fine Arts Facilities
Our beautiful 125-acre campus features facilities typically found only at the college level. The Fine Arts Center, Lower School and Richards Hall Annex house two theatres, four dedicated music rehearsal spaces, five dedicated art studios, a darkroom, thirteen private lessons studios, classrooms and the offices of the full time Fine Arts Director and full time Fine Arts Administrative Assistant. Our facilities house fifteen full time band, choir, drama, strings and visual arts teachers, a full time accompanist, two Artists in Residence, and seven adjunct private lessons teachers. Several of the full time teachers also teach private lessons. On campus you will find:
- 450-seat theatre with an orchestra pit
- 200-seat black box theatre
- Art gallery with new exhibitions each month, often by nationally renowned visiting artists
- Permanent art collection with over 35 pieces of paintings, photographs, tapestry, sculpture and other media
- Scene shop
- Two grand pianos
- Steinway grand piano in the theatre and thirteen other acoustic pianos in the studios and rehearsal spaces
Ravenscroft Fine Arts Facilities are used for curriculum, school performances and, on occasion, guest events. Usage must not interfere with any regularly scheduled curricular class, Ravenscroft activity or event. Ravenscroft Fine Arts Facility use requires direct supervision by a fine arts theatre manager or approved Fine Arts faculty member. Questions regarding the daily schedule should be directed to the Ravenscroft School Fine Arts Department. Use of Fine Arts Facilities by outside groups must be arranged through Sandy Kapatos, Director of Auxiliary Services, at 919-847-0900 ext 2635. Food and drinks are prohibited in the theatre and black box.