Students are expressing gratitude and spreading joy throughout the community.
Dispelling that notion and "undoing" math is at the heart of great teaching happening in Ravenscroft.
Librarians Emily Harkey and Jessica Ortolano led students in an active learning experience.
Shawn Morrison '94 recalls he wasn't "the typical Raven" when he joined the Upper School as a 10th grader.
A severed head. A bleeding corpse. A drowning in a wine barrel.
One of the many ways we incorporate global thinking and learning into our students' experiences is through Hispanic Heritage Month.
"Students are often quite surprised to see photographs of the animals that share our campus with us," said teacher Marcia Ostendorff.
Our students and their teachers pushed aside feelings of helplessness and asked, "What can we do?
Ravenscroft develops in our students valuable skills needed to be successful in a world built on interconnectivity and international awareness.
A significant component of our partnership with the CCL is the professional development and facilitation training that our teachers receive.
"It was a huge challenge, and we were honestly shocked when the show got nominated for the Emmy, let alone when we won."
Ravenscroft remains committed to helping teachers and students make the most of the new tools and innovations at their disposal.