Over forty years ago, Alumnae Secretary Peggy Webb Patterson, 1947, was charged by Headmistress Anne Healy to create outreach programs for alumnae, their friends, and the Baltimore community. The RPCS Evening School was established during the 1972-1973 academic year and with Peggy’s guidance, RPCS began to develop and offer courses. One of the goals was to support the School’s mission to foster a lifelong love of learning. Today, Kaleidoscope at RPCS has grown considerably. Courses, lectures, book talks, theater, and day trips are offered in the fall and spring semesters. Topics include History and Culture, Book Talks, Creative Pursuits, Film, Personal Development, Culinary Arts, and much more. There truly is something for everyone! Classes are held predominately on the Roland Park Country School campus and are open to the community. Please take a moment to review our current catalog to learn about the programs available. We look forward to welcoming you to campus this year.
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