Jack is a member of the Stanford University Men’s Water Polo team.
Alexander Nichols ’22 and Amherst College’s 4x100m relay team finished the race with a time of 42.23 seconds, breaking the oldest Amherst record on the outdoor track.
Laura has tallied a career total of 102 points off of 63 goals and 39 assists in only 32 games.
Current parents, alumni, parents of alumni, and grandparents enjoyed this regional event.
Congratulations, Robert, on your impressive and continued success in powerlifting!
Sabrina’s performance is stellar—in the pool and classroom alike.
Owen was named the Ivy League Preseason Pitcher of the Year heading into University of Pennsylvania’s 2023 baseball season.
Ian saved 46 of 48 shots to lead the Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings to a 5-2 win over the Minnesota Squatch.
Titled We Are the Voices, the concert featured an intergenerational choir of over 100 voices–bringing together alumni, parents, employees, and community singers with the US Concert Choir.
The panel featured alumni from the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Ben scored over 20 points in Emory’s two games last week, registering a career-high 27 points against University of Rochester on Saturday.
Elizabeth and Olivia are in their junior year at Cornell University and play for the field hockey team.
Alana’s 18 points were the most she has scored in a single game for the Cardinals.
Dr. Bennett is an award-winning author and professor of English and creative writing at Dartmouth College.
Taylor has been a defender on the Nashville Soccer Club since 2019.
Andrea developed a rare condition called delayed post-hypoxic demyelination, and her recovery at NYU Rusk is ongoing.
Reunion events returned to Wildcat Weekend this fall, including the Golden Alumni Brunch and the Reunion Cocktail Reception.
Twins Elizabeth Friedberg ’20 and Olivia Friedberg ’20 both play for Cornell University.
The article is titled Does comorbidity burden explain the higher COVID-19 mortality risk among men? A retrospective cross-sectional analysis of a well-defined cohort of patients in Bronx, New York.
Top 10 local teens recognized for their talents and paths ahead
Mark and Lior’s team competed in Bracket A, which included 21 teams from across New York state.
The Panthers earned their eighth National Title with a 13-5 win over Tufts University.
Sena and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Women’s Tennis Team defeated the No. 1-seeded University of Chicago on May 25 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, FL.
Alumni from over 20 classes celebrated their RCDS bonds during a festive day on campus
A graduate transfer at UConn, Enzo earned BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week in February and March.
Chris is in his first year at Union College and majoring in economics.
Sofia is one of just 80 scholars around the world to receive the prestigious award.
Ten young alumni met virtually with prospective families to share how the School prepared them for life after RCDS.
On Saturday June 5, the Class of 2020 returned to campus to catch up and reconnect with RCDS friends, teachers, and coaches.
The festive in-person event combined elements of the traditional Blue & Gold Dinner and prom
Alumni are rallying together to meet a goal of 150 donors to unlock a 50,000 grant for RCDS.
The new platform facilitates engagement, mentoring, and networking.
Since the film does not feature dialogue, Lindsay’s score plays a central role in conveying its theme and emotion.
Joshua is one of 184 writers, scholars, artists, and scientists who were selected from nearly 3,000 applicants.
The best-selling cookbook author, food writer, cook, and food equity advocate prepared a dish from her new cookbook Simply Julia: 110 Easy Recipes for Healthy Comfort Food.
The week-long program is sponsored by the Office of Community Engagement and Social Justice, and it is the result of cross-divisional collaboration guided by the RCDS DEI Plan.
The challenge was to design a bridge connected to a ramp capable of sending a bowling ball, representing 2020, into a toilet bowl!
The evening included moving remarks from Headmaster School Nelson, President of the Alumni Association Scott Weiss '96, senior-nominated keynote speaker Dr. David Lehner, and a few surprise guests!
Medical professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic are getting support from RCDS alumni who are putting Not for Self, but For Service into action.
Congratulations to Music Department Chair Mary Marcell and the 150+ musicians who performed in the 25th Anniversary Festival Chorus Concert. It was a beautiful performance.
In November, Governor Cuomo signed into law an amendment to the 2017 legislation enabling the Thruway Authority to sell the Boston Post Road property to RCDS.
Beloved RCDS community concert celebrates 25 years
Alumni from across decades came together to compete against each other on the basketball court and in the hockey rink.
WILDCAT PRIDE was all around as the entire RCDS community came together for Wildcat Weekend and Reunion.
It was wonderful to see over 250+ alumni return to campus for the All Alumni Reunion Cocktail Reception over Wildcat Weekend. Everyone had a great time reliving past memories and catching up with old friends.
Over Wildcat Weekend, our alumni visited the Makerspace in the Cohen Center for Creative Arts where they participated in projects led by student apprentices and RCDS faculty.
Congratulations to members of the Class of 1969, who celebrated their 50th Reunion at a festive luncheon along with Golden Alumni from the classes of 1942 to 1969.
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.
The Blue and Gold Ball was an incredible night filled with celebration and community.
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.
In February, alumni gathered for the RCDS Alumni Networking Breakfast roundtable conversation about technology and innovation.
Rye Country Day welcomed nearly 200 students and jurors from across the globe to campus last weekend to participate in the United States Invitational Young Physicists Tournament (USIYPT).
One of the great traditions of the Rye Country Day community is the annual Festival Chorus concert, which brings together students, parents, faculty, alumni, parents of alumni, and friends to perform as a combined choir and orchestra.
Alumna Eliza McCurdy '13 returned to campus last week to address students as part of the RCDS | 150 Alumni Speaker Series.
For the first time, Rye Country Day School will host the United States Invitational Young Physicists Tournament (USIYPT), an annual physics research and debate tournament for high school students. On January 26-27, thirteen teams from throughout the country and the world will compete for the title.
RCDS alumni Hugh Reynolds '16, Hanna Kopits '17, Charlotte Fleischman '16, CeCe Payne '17, Nicole Reindel '16, and Jarvy O'Neill '17 returned to campus to meet with prospective families.
Rye Country Day School's steadfast commitments to learning, understanding, and service have existed since the start, but each generation that has passed through Rye Country Day School has added its own distinct mark.
Students in all three divisions stayed late on a Friday afternoon to hear from Al Rizzi '82, Chief Scientist at Boston Dynamics, about the amazing robots he's developed.
RCDS celebrates 150 years and the opening of the Cohen Center for the Creative Arts
His remarks inspired the next generation of Rye Country Day leaders and changemakers to pursue lives in keeping with the school's motto, "Not for Self, but for Service."