Cailley Slaten ’20 is Stone Ridge’s first-ever representative on the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery Teen Museum Council (TMC). The Council serves to give youth a voice in programming at the museum and to build community with the teen population from DC, MD, and VA.
124 hold a Masters degree
16 have their Doctorate degree
upperclassmen participate in the STEM Certificate Program
Seal of Biliteracy
first Catholic school in Maryland and only all girls school to offer this opportunity
Here is a sample of
matriculations from the
87 graduates in the
Class of 2019:
Boston College •
University of Maryland •
Spelman College •
University of Notre Dame
Middle and Upper School music students performed in Chorus, Band, or Orchestra
field trips took place by classes Kindergarten through Grade 12
athletic teams participated in 16 different sports
Class of 2021 students participated in a Sacred Heart Network exchange trip this past year
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.
All the students who are taking Foundations of Studio Art, took a field trip to the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia on Friday, November 8.
Stone Ridge Alumna Emma Holland Denvir ’06 is making quite a name for herself in the design world.
Veteran’s Day is a time when Americans have a chance to say “thank you” to those veterans who have served and those who are currently serving in our Armed Forces. To honor Veteran's Day, the Stone Ridge Middle School students recently engaged in a day of service.
On September 20, Dr. Marcia Chatelain spoke to parents, faculty, and staff about where and how students are receiving messages—explicit and implicit—about race, gender, social class, sexuality, ability, and religion.