At Roland Park Country School, we believe that young women who build each other up will thrive. There’s no hurdle too high for an RPCS girl because she has the collective support of her community lifting her toward her goals. While this spirit sets us apart from other schools, it’s the effect on our graduates that’s so remarkable: Roland Park Country School students develop a profound understanding of who they are and how to lead together to impact the world.
Our core values are the heart and soul of our school and the code by which we live.
We want to see our peers succeed. We are each other's most reliable collaborators and loudest cheerleaders. We know that we're stronger when we work together.
What the world needs is for girls to lead the way, authentically and frequently. We bring the best of our girls’ attributes — which are limitless in a single sex environment — to the table to inform better decision-making.
We want our students to live healthy, balanced lives.
Pursuing diversity is our responsibility.
By encouraging girls to understand and celebrate their strengths and by creating an environment where girls empower each other, they are more likely to step into leadership roles, not just for personal gain, but for the greater good.
"Because of RPCS, I am a leader and confident in leading. My voice and opinions matter." Lauren, 2020
"RPCS has given me friends and family that will last forever." Makenzie, 2023
"I am so grateful to be part of a community where everyone wants what's best for the person standing next to them." SHANNON, 2020
"I found who I am at Roland Park Country School." krislyn, 2020
"My favorite thing about RPCS is how I'm able to participate in sports, arts and challenging classes. I am not defined by just one thing that I do." grace, 2021
"The standard of respect and kindness that RPCS holds allows students to appreciate each other's differences." suzannah, 2023
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