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It's not enough to sing, dance, and act. In "Legally Blonde," the performers have to jump rope too.
Jason Curry, the chair of the Middle and Upper School Music Department, says students should see their shortcomings as temporary.
The Marc A. Zambetti Athletic Center provides state-of-the-art facilities for physical education classes and athletics teams.
In 2018, Riverdale partnered with MetaBronx, an innovation and entrepreneurship accelerator in the South Bronx, to help students learn how…
An aspiring engineer, Caleb Jeanniton '18 loves cars. For his senior independent project, he designed and built an electric go-kart.
Students describe their independent projects that explore identity, gender, ethnicity, and race.
Jason Ruff teaches Middle and Upper School art with a focus on design.
Monika Le, a Middle and Upper School math teacher, has a special interest in helping girls become confident math students.
As part of the interdisciplinary course, Constructing America, students visit the places that inspired the Hudson River School.
Amanda Chiles ’17 talks about her transformation from a new Riverdale sixth grader to Riverdale graduate.
Five years after Riverdale introduced crew, the girls team is going to nationals.
Shelby Stokes, an Upper School English teacher, is also one of the teachers for the 11th grade Constructing America course.
The Lindy 500 kinetic sculpture race is crazy fun.
Angela Paris, a Middle and Upper School art teacher, is a painter who is also interested in the environment.
In the Upper School's design engineering class, students designed and built clocks using math, digital design programs, and computer-assisted tools.