On April 14, we celebrated our Multicultural Festival –– Cultural Identity: A Spotlight on Intersectionality and a Celebration of our Diversity. This annual event was planned and led by the Upper School’s Student Diversity Coalition (Alex Filas ‘21, Sofia Morra ‘21, Paige Kenny ‘22, and Giselle Sonnier ‘23) to celebrate the diversity within and outside of our community.
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.
Dr. Riley's Grade 7 Social Study students were tasked with a Podcasting Project called Unheard Voices. The students tackled a real-world problem: a discernible underrepresentation of women, Black Americans, and Native Americans in our U.S. History textbook and state-level social studies standards.
Future Engineers and NASA have announced 155 semifinalists in the Artemis Moon Pod Essay Contest, a national competition that asked K-12 students to imagine leading a one-week expedition at the Moon’s South Pole. One of these semifinalists is our own Stone Ridge student Sophia Moraczewski '25 who submitted this essay
Madeline Fontana ‘21, competed at the Regional Irish Dancing Championships (Oireachtas) this past December in Florida and qualified for her 6th National Irish Dancing Championships. Since starting Irish dance 14 year ago, Madeline has competed at the regional level 7 times, the National level 5 times and the World level, which only 1% of Irish dancers qualify for, 2 times (Dublin, Ireland 2017 and Glasgow, Scotland 2018).
The Middle School Diversity Club met for lunch on Monday, March 22. They welcomed the Upper School Black Student Alliance (BSA) to discuss African American Vernacular English and microaggressions. The BSA leaders, Kennedy Carrol '22, Lourdes Russell '21 and Kristin Lucas '21 gave a well planned and informative presentation to the Grade 7-8 students. Sharon Fine, Middle School Social Studies Teacher, said "their presentation on how to be an ally was truly inspiring."