Rye Country Day School is proud to share the college matriculation list of the Class of 2019.
The Class of 2019 gathered with faculty, administrators, and members of the Alumni Executive Board for a celebratory dinner to welcome them into the School's 150-year-old Alumni Association.
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.
Two special and long-time coaches were honored during the RCDS Spring Sports Awards Ceremony.
Francesca Rios '0 returned to campus to share her perspectives on internet safety and social media. As the an assistant district attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney's cybercrime division, Francesca investigates and prosecutes crimes involving hacking and network intrusions, cyber-frauds, and all manner of schemes where computers or the internet are used to commit or conceal crimes.
Today we gathered to thank and honor Harriet Rofman for her many years of service to the Rye Country Day Middle School. The MS garden will from now on be known as the Harriet Rofman Sunrise Garden.
Over 60 Middle and Upper School students attended a Lunch & Learn presented by Andres Soto '13. Andres, who graduated from Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science with a degree in Applied Math, is now a Google Software Engineer.
Emily Lazar '89 made history at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night as the first woman mastering engineer ever to take home the Grammy for Best Engineered Album for Beck's Colors.