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Based on a design concept and code provided by the U.C. Davis W.M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in the…
Dr. James Duval, head of the Lower School, explains that the curriculum offers challenging academics alongside social and emotional education.
Fifth graders made identity boxes, showing parts of themselves that are not visible to others.
The Lower School drama department works with classroom teachers to create interdisciplinary productions.
The third grade teacher brings a deep knowledge of Riverdale's values and culture to her work.
In 2018, the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center presented an Age Smart Employer Award to Riverdale Country School for…
Jason Ruff teaches Middle and Upper School art with a focus on design.
In eighth grade science, students study the laws of motion. Using design thinking, they design, build, test, and refine bobsleds…
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.
Lee Pearson, co-teacher of the humanities in fifth grade and avid story-teller, describes the importance of stories in teaching and…
Dr. James Duval, head of the Lower School, says team teaching is at the heart of the Lower School's approach.
The eighth grade piloted a version of "Escape the Room" designed for educators and students.
Joanne Bland, the co-founder and former director of the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, spoke to the Middle School…
Amanda Chiles ’17 talks about her transformation from a new Riverdale sixth grader to Riverdale graduate.
Riverdale’s eight-acre campus encourages independence, creativity, and a sense of well-being.
Riverdale faculty and staff share their stories of lifelong learning.
Five years after Riverdale introduced crew, the girls team is going to nationals.