Eighth-grade students and teachers, joined by members of the Middle School leadership team, gather across from the White House during the annual capstone experience in Washington, D.C.
The spontaneous eruption of joy among friends. The charge of an unexpected discovery in a STEM lab. That quiet moment of anticipation before the big game. The thrill of hitting that high note during a live performance. These are the Ravenscroft moments captured in A Thousand Words, our photo essay feature.
- One World
The growth of global programming during Kelly’s tenure has shaped the experiences of students, families and the entire Ravenscroft community — and made the school a leader in global education.
From her first major fundraising campaign to her championing of a holistic approach to health and wellness, Head of School Doreen Kelly has shaped and improved the student experience in this space.
Through her commitment to fine arts funding, facilities, faculty and students, she has created a lasting legacy of growth, inspiration and support.
- A Thousand Words
Evan Torgler, Bryan Hanson and Kabeer Kheterpal — third-graders in Gabe Clark’s class — spring into action during a P.E. class in the Lower School gym.
A renaissance in philanthropic culture is unfolding — centered around the annual giving fund — thanks to a renewed focus on community engagement.
As the department continues to offer some of the most innovative learning opportunities at Ravenscroft, we highlight what’s new this fall in Innovation, Design and Engineering.
- Ravens Rewind
Four Ravens who were part of Doreen Kelly’s early tenure — search committee chair Lacy Presnell and colleagues Carolyn Everett, Dave Monaco and Bill Pruden — share their memories and insights.
As Vice President for Library and Digital Services, she provides a conduit between the center’s scholarly work and the public that stands to learn from it.