Gore Leadership Institute
While all students at RPCS have the opportunity to hold formal leadership positions, we believe that each girl and young woman is also engaged in a process of understanding and exploring what it means to lead for the good in her community and become an agent of constructive change. Through this program our students learn to align their decision making with actions that reflect intellectual and emotional intelligence. With an emphasis on ethical leadership, this program also emphasizes experiences with creative problem solving, wellness and diversity, equity, and inclusion—all of which are integrated and woven into our Upper School leadership curriculum. That curriculum stands alongside our rigorous academics and strives to make fully visible the value of compassion, for oneself and one’s community. The combination of intellectual and emotional learning is what RPCS is, in its mission, its philosophy, and its learning environment.
Offerings through this Institute are designed not only to embolden girls to want to make a difference, but also to consider, with their numerous strengths, what kind of difference they intend to make, and how they might begin to make their ideas into realities.
About the gore FAMILY
The Gores see their family values reflected in the school and in the education and upbringing of their three daughters. They are happy to support a cause that makes such a huge difference in the lives of Roland Park Country School students and ultimately all with whom they interact in the years to come.
“Investing in education has an incredible and immeasurable multiplier effect,” Mr. Gore explained. “Every dollar counts in ensuring that the students of today can and will become the leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, philanthropists and positive changemakers of tomorrow!”