Grade 7 students engaged in an interactive discussion and presentation about uncovering the hidden stories of the American past and explored how Native Americans have shaped American history and culture. Students examined three stories from the American past: the First Thanksgiving, the story of Pocahontas, and the Battle of Little Bighorn.
Co-ed, Infants through Kindergarten
Nurturing growth for a strong educational foundation.
All girls, Grades 1-4
Inspiring a lifelong love of learning and giving.
All girls, Grades 5-8
Discovering talents and building confidence.
All girls, Grades 9-12
Cultivating an empowered leader.
Stone Ridge families gave so generously for our Thanksgiving food drive, dropping off multiple items, bags, or even a trunkful of items on campus to send to our community partners. Donations benefited St. Mark’s Food Pantry, Linkages to Learning at Sargent Shriver Elementary School, Crossways Community, and Interfaith Works. Our student volunteers organized and transported items to their destinations.
Several of our Stone Ridge girls participated in the 39th Model Organization of American States (MOAS) simulation. The event was held virtually from November 4-6, 2020.
Stone Ridge has 80 Owls throughout our classrooms to help connect the students who are in school to those who are home. The Meeting Owl Pro “Owl” technology is a 360 degree smart conferencing camera. The “Owl” camera swivels to focus on the person talking to provide a high resolution picture and premium sound.
There are few Stone Ridge students who have a published book before graduation! Congratulations to Preeti Kulkarni '23, who has written and published a book of poetry titled, Flower Storms on the Riverbank.