"I have seen and studied the amazing successes of this class. The creation of non-profit organizations. The service trip to Nicaragua. The quiet dedication of weekly tutoring in Port Chester. The prowess on the athletic fields. The academic awards and achievements. Individually and collectively you have gotten to this place not just because you had the abilities and the God-given talent; not just because you worked incredibly hard; and not just because you had resources and opportunities that the average high school student lacks. All of those are necessary factors but insufficient to explain your final success.
What you have had – whether a teacher, a dean, or a coach – is someone here at RCDS who believed in you, and still does. They always will."
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A photo gallery from June 5, 2015.
Congratulations to the 99 members of the Class of 2015 on their graduation from Rye Country Day School. Whether we have known them since kindergarten, middle school, or just the last few years, it has been our great pleasure and privilege to watch these students grow into the capable, accomplished people they are today. Next fall, they all will matriculate at outstanding colleges and universities. The members of the Class of 2015 are well-prepared for the next exciting stage in their lives, and we wish them all the luck in the world.
Summer Vacation: Hitting the Reset Button, posted by Meredith deChabert, Middle School Principal.
US Lacrosse has selected three RCDS varsity lacrosse players to the All-American first team. Congratulations to Julia Massaro, Taylor Regan, and Zoe Verni. Additionally, Zoe and Julia were also named to the 2015 All-American Academic Squad, as were Mariana Lee and Emily Duarte.