Jennifer Chandran ’21, Sophia Toback ’21, Lauren Wilson ’21, Summer Hargrave ’21 and Emma Kate Clarke ’21 watch their classmates’ surprisingly competitive kickball game during their Senior Celebration Day, held on campus Thursday, April 22.
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.
- A Thousand Words
Crystal Garris’ PreK class enjoys exploring campus — including a stop at the new Olander Center for Student Life at the A.E. Finley Activity Center.
Building on its foundational work, the school has kicked off new programs built around faculty, student and parent/guardian commitments to greater diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
As part of Ravenscroft’s broader strategic design work this year, staff in Institutional Advancement have partnered with alumni volunteers to craft goals and practices for the next five years.
- Cap & Gown
Embracing their passion for scholarship, service, civic and global engagement, and leadership, these standouts have left their mark on Ravenscroft — and prepared themselves well for what comes next.
- Ravens Rewind
Worthington, who served as Ravenscroft’s first academic dean, “touched a lot of lives — a testament to the extraordinary human being and educator he was.”
An esports engagement manager for SB Nation and co-host of The Fumble Dimension, he’s “the right guy at the right time” — forging a career in a field that didn’t even exist 10 years ago.
Built around feedback from alumni and topics suggested by students, the programming explores campus life, personal finance and the importance of self-care.
- One World
Competency in global languages and cultures is increasingly essential in today’s world — and world language instruction has evolved to prepare Ravens to meet the challenge.