To demonstrate their understanding of mechanical waves, particularly sound waves, eighth grade physical science students designed and built musical instruments made out of recycled materials and common hardware items in the makerspace.
Want to know what happens when you mix antacid tablets with water in a container? Step back, put on your safety goggles, and ask a fifth grader.
Josephine Pucci, 2014 silver medalist with the U.S. Women's Olympic Hockey Team and sister of RCDS substitute teacher Victoria Pucci, Skyped with the RCDS Lower School during morning meeting.
Over the course of the year, students in Kindergarten "crack the code" on reading.
With the AP Exam behind them, the AP US History students ventured on a walking field trip to Downtown Rye to explore the ways historical events are represented through memorials, fountains, and other structures.
As a culmination of their work in Advanced Topics in Theater, Upper School Students write, create, produce, direct, and oftentimes, star in their own one act plays.
Over the last several weeks, kindergartners have watched chicks incubate in their eggs, hatch, and grow. They have learned how to care for the chicks and how to handle them gently during the different stages of their development.
Please join us in celebrating artists from all three divisions at the Film Festival and All School Art Show opening reception on Friday, May 3 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Cohen Center.
Do isopods prefer the smell of peppermint or deodorant? Do crickets prefer light or dark environments?
As a continuation of their study of human anatomy, biology students created functioning hands out of cardboard, string, and other everyday materials.