RCDS is proud to announce that three RCDS seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists.
Congratulations to sophomore Jeffrey Tian whose watercolor won the Congressional Art Competition for District NY-16.
Niche, a leading resource for researching U.S. colleges, schools, neighborhoods, and companies, has given high marks to Rye Country Day School.
On June 6, Ethan Silverman Guffey '20, Isa Stronski '20, and Graham Weber '20 were recognized with National Honors at the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Ceremony at Carnegie Hall.
Six RCDS seniors have been awarded scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Rye Country Day School is proud to share the college matriculation list of the Class of 2019.
Congratulations to the students who were honored at the 2019 Prize Day and Graduation ceremonies. All students are members of the Class of 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Thank you to the 10 alumni who returned for this year's Prize Day to present College Book Awards to members of the eleventh grade who best meet the criteria established by the various colleges and universities.
They are also stimulating, inventive, exciting, and fun. The pillars of a classic education - critical thinking skills and a broad knowledge base - coexist with contemporary themes and teaching methods.
The Lower School offers a nurturing environment that focuses on citizenship skills; the Middle School is structured to be responsive to students in a transitional time; and the Upper School models an intense but affirming environment that prepares students to achieve excellence at the college level. Each RCDS student gradually and surely achieves ever-evolving levels of sophistication in a given subject as he or she progresses through the School’s three divisions.
Curriculum mapping is used to connect disciplines and skills across grade levels and all three divisions. A writing program takes all of our students through a consistent, targeted method that is designed to challenge and deepen their command of expository, analytical, and descriptive writing at all age levels.
When Lower School students study a particular animal, they learn about its habitat in science class, study its country of origin in geography, and make papier-mâché representations in art class. When Middle School students read Chasing Vermeer in Language Arts class, they also complete a visual arts unit on portraits. When students become seniors in the Upper School, they are required to take Senior Seminar, which examines the links between world cultures from social, political, economic, and artistic perspectives.
An iPad program in the Lower School, a laptop program in Grades 7-12, SmartBoards in the classrooms, and a campus-wide wireless network are evidence of the School's commitment to the full integration of technology in the classroom.