Marielle Mignone-Sankoorikal '31 competed in the Noetic Learning Math Competition (NLMC). This contest is a semiannual problem solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.
Observing the Past, Creating the Future
Spring Arts Festival 2021
Featuring All-school Visual Arts
May 10-21, 2021
Brick Corridor, Outdoor, and Virtual Galleries
Inspired by the Stone Ridge mission to live a life of purpose by leading and serving others, coupled with a great community need to support children on the East Coast battling cancer with the Gold Rush Cure Foundation (GRCF), student athletes and social advocates, Madeline Fontana ‘21 and Isabelle Fontana ‘24 take action.
The SCG Group, Gators for St. Jude Children's Hospital, hosted Kara Laing, Senior Regional Development Director for ALSAC. Holly Keegan '22 and Maggie Morrissey '22 have worked with her for the past three years through their partnership with St. Jude.
Commander (CDR) Jada Johnson spent time with our Gators Troops Love group. CDR Johnson is a Foreign Affairs Officer in the United States Navy currently stationed in Ankara, Turkey.
Congratulations to Alicia Gandolfo '28 for winning second place in the Middle School Essay contest hosted by the Network of Sacred Heart schools. This contest was open to all Middle School students enrolled in one of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools in the U.S.
On Thursday, April 15, the Upper School Economics Class had a (virtual visit) from Dr. Ted Truman who shared his extensive international economic policy expertise with the students in a talk about international economic institutions, the IMF, and the current global recession.
Congratulations to Erin Shannon '23 and Olivia Vaughn '23 who were selected from the DMV area to be included 22nd Annual Juried Friends of the Yellow Barn Studio High School Exhibition.