A Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls, Grades 1-12, with a co-educational Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten.


Athletic News

Both the Stone Ridge Varsity and Junior Varsity teams won the DC/MD Private School Cross Country State Championship on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Freezing temperatures didn't stop the girls from blazing through their run.

In the Varsity race, Stone Ridge had four runners in the top fifteen, and three of them in the top four.
2nd: Genevieve DiBari '18
3rd: Kate Walter '21
4th: Isabel Barnidge '18
12th: Maddie Rodgers '18

All four of these runners earned All-State. See the full results.

In the Junior Varsity race, Stone Ridge swept the first through eighth places!
1st: Megan Toner '21
2nd: Hannah Gutierrez '21
3rd: Grace Fischler '18
Junior Varsity was able to get a perfect score of 15, a rare feat in Cross Country!

Congratulations to these dedicated, hard-working athletes!

Photos by Luis Gabriel Cuervo

Congratulations to our student-athletes who signed their National Letter of Intent. Cameron Morra '18 will play tennis at the University of North Carolina, Mollie Carr '18 will play lacrosse at the University of Notre Dame, Maggie Bellaschi '18 will head to Stanford University to play lacrosse, Casey McTague '18 will play lacrosse at Denison University, and Carter Leahy '18 will head to Colgate University to play field hockey.

This is a significant accomplishment, as there are approximately eight million high school athletics and only a small portion go on to play at the collegiate level. Congratulations, Gators!


Congratulations to the Stone Ridge Middle School Cross Country team for winning the MD/DC Middle School Private School State Meet. For the second time this season, and competing in their second championship in two weeks, the Stone Ridge MS Cross Country Team are Champions. The Gators beat out more than a dozen schools to become the top team. Katherine Strong '22 (2nd overall), Maria DiBari '22 (3rd overall), and Erin Gemmell '23 (7th overall) finished in the top 10! Katie Yost '22 (16th overall) and Riona Sifferman '22 (23rd overall) rounded out the scoring for the Gators. Similar to every race this season, every runner on the SR team mattered and the team finished strong.

Congratulations Gators on an amazing season. Stone Ridge is so proud! #GatorStrong

The Stone Ridge Equestrian Team had four riders compete at the Inter-School Horse Show Series show on Sunday, October 22. It was a great outing; with great teamwork among the riders as they helped each other get ready for their rides and cheered each other on.

In Advanced A: Mary Kate Hogan '21 received two 6th place finishes in her flat class and a 4th place finish in the jumping. She also finished an awesome 2nd place in the Medals jump course, which is the highest level of competition at the show!

In Advanced B: Jorgia Walker '21 received a 5th place finish in her flat class and a 6th place in her jumping class. She also received a 6th place ribbon in the challenging Medals course! Great job for her first show with SR!

In Future Intermediate: Moving up a level this year, Caroline Hwang '21 earned 5th place in her flat class and 5th place on her challenging jump course!

In Novice: Casey White '21 had nice rides on a challenging pony in the biggest classes of the day, earning an Honorable Mention from the judge in both of her classes!
Stone Ridge Equestrian

Congrats to the Stone Ridge Middle School Cross Country team for winning the Independent School League (ISL) Middle School Cross Country Championship!

Three years ago, inspired by a multitude of talented Middle School and Upper School runners, coupled with a vision to become a championship program top to bottom, the Stone Ridge cross country coaches and athletic staff conspired to launch the Middle School cross country program.

"Everything made sense," said SR Athletic Director Jason McGhee. "We had inspiring runners at the Upper School and Middle School levels, and we had great coaches in Upper School and new teachers in Middle School that we knew would make great coaches."

With coaches and runners in place, the Middle School program was launched in Fall 2015. Since that decision was made, the team has averaged more than 30 student-athletes and their results have been impressive. In its first two years of existence, the team scored second place in the ISL. This year, the team broke through becoming the first ever SR Middle School Cross Country team to win the ISL Middle School Cross Country Championship!

To show support and inspire the team more, the varsity coaches and athletes planned their practices around the championship and were able to attend and cheer the young Gators to victory.

With all the success of the program, what stands out most is the positive energy, enthusiasm, and fun that were evident at each and every practice and meet. Even more impressive is that each student-athlete supports and believes in each other, consistently striving to achieve their personal best (PB) or personal record (PR) from race to race.

Nothing better sums this culture up more than the highlight provided by the coaches in their "Notes from the Swamp" following the championship race which stated, "Working together as a team to take home an ISL Championship Win!" Congratulations Gators! #GatorStrong