RPCS welcomed award-winning author Edwidge Danticat as this year's Anne Healy Lecture guest speaker.
A new college credit course through Johns Hopkins University will be offered to juniors and seniors.
Congratulations to our art students on winning 23 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards!
Margaret Lofgren will join RPCS as the next Middle School Head in July 2022.
Eight graduates returned for annual Professional Connections event.
Team USA Olympian Claire Collins speaks to RPCS students about three steps for success.
RPCS encourages students to take their seats at the table when it comes to leadership and entrepreneurship.
As part of the Gore Leadership Institute, RPCS students explore creative activism.
Ms. Friedman talked to fifth graders and US students about leadership, investments and her time at RPCS.
Five Upper School students were recently recognized by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) for their computing-related achievements and interests!
Partnership with Jhpiego empowers students to create actionable plans for social change.
Five RPCS grads share how their lives have unfolded since graduation.
WBAL covered the virtual "plunge" and interview with Special Olympics athlete John Wolfe that our Upper School Polar Bear Plunge Club participated in.
Last weekend, nine amazing RPCS Middle School students participated in a virtual Model UN Summit through the Pennsylvania YMCA. These students each represented a country and participated in discussions surrounding nuclear power, oppressive governments, women’s rights and more.
RPCS is now a One Love HERO Certified School!
There are endless benefits to bringing the Lower School’s curriculum outside.
A new endowment named after Diane Hutchins, 1972 will support diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at RPCS.
Prospective families learn more about RPCS even when they can't visit campus.
Read the annual Magazine of Roland Park Country School.
RPCS Celebrates the Class of 2020!
RPCS rose to the challenge of adapting to and embracing distance learning.
This year marks the 57th anniversary of Cum Laude at Roland Park Country School.
Neda Blackburn will join Roland Park Country School this August.
Dr. Lisa Damour shared practical advice for helping girls manage stress and anxiety at the 10th annual Robinson Health Colloquium on February 12.
Seven students earned regional recognition for their photographs, paintings and digital art.
Six alumnae shared how RPCS has influenced their lives after graduation.
Alumna gift will establish three separate endowments at the school.
RPCS Athletics Director of Athletics Carol Hatton was chosen by The Maryland State Athletic Director’s Association.
A new RPCS curriculum offers toolkits for students to effect change.
At RPCS, every student has a strong social-emotional support system to help them be healthy and well.
Photography classroom offers a safe place for students to share and discuss art.
The new Lower School STEAM Hub at RPCS extends students' learning beyond the classroom.
RPCS graduates met with Upper School Students to discuss career and life advice.
At this year's Anne Healy Lecture, author Kwame Alexander spoke about how books can inspire and engage us.
Our 71 graduates have been accepted to 119 outstanding four-year colleges and universities.
A new pen pal program connects students with peers from different cultures.
The Middle School students at RPCS took a break from their usual classes to participate in a new and intensive five-day learning experience called Spark.
Fifteen new students have been inducted to the Roland Park Country School’s chapter of the Cum Laude Society.
On Thursday, April 11, the Trustee Seminar Room was transformed into a thriving hub of commerce as the second grade class hosted their first ever pop-up marketplace.
At Roland Park Country School, we pride ourselves on being a school where our students empower each other. We also realize that empowering students begins with teachers.
The first of its kind: the public-private school partnership between Lillie May Carroll Jackson School and RPCS.
Acceptance packages were full of a fun surprise this year! Each student selected for admission to Roland Park Country School opened her acceptance package this past winter to find a hand-made personalized monogram decal, created by a company started right here at RPCS.
The Lower School at Roland Park Country School nearly burst with creative energy during its first ever STEAM Week!
Earlier this month, seven talented photographers in Roland Park Country School’s Upper School earned recognition for their fantastic work from the regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
“To know the road ahead, ask those coming back,” goes the famous Chinese proverb. Roland Park Country School seniors did just that when nine alumnae from the classes of 2016, 2017 and 2018 returned to campus on January 15 to impart their wisdom about college life to the 12th graders.
For several weeks, the 4th graders in Mrs. McAslan’s art classes have been busy perfecting works of art that will help homeless pets in the community.
On Friday, January 11, 2019, Roland Park Country School proudly inducted six alumnae and one coach into the RPCS Athletic Hall of Fame.
RPCS is thrilled to announce the appointment of Colleen Kyle as the next Upper School Head, effective July 1, 2019.
Last October, Rachel Simmons, an author, educator and girl leadership expert, visited RPCS as our guest speaker for the ninth annual Robinson Health Colloquium.
Caroline Blatti, Head of Roland Park Country School, is pleased to announce that The Janet Bauer Hartman, 1968 Upper School Merit Scholarship will be available to students applying for admission to Roland Park Country School for the 2019-2020 academic school year.
From the classroom to the Capitol, our fifth graders expanded their learning on recent trips to Annapolis and Washington, DC. A project that began as a means towards real understanding of government has evolved into an opportunity to empower our young girls to use their words to promote positive change.
CEO of Nasdaq and RPCS Alumna Adena Testa Friedman shares with CNBC how an all-girls education prepared her for a career on Wall Street.