Due to the impending snowstorm, there will be NO COMMUNITY SKATE at Rivers on Sunday, January 20.


  • January

    Estelle Luong at an earlier Carnegie Hall appearance

    Conservatory Student to Perform at Carnegie Hall

    How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
    For Estelle Luong ’19, the answer mirrors the punchline of the old joke: Practice, practice, practice. The accomplished pianist, a student in the Conservatory Program of The Rivers School, was awarded a first prize in the Crescendo International Youth Competition audition round in November.
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  • Members of the African Diaspora affinity group addressed the school at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day assembly

    Students Steer MLK Day Assembly

    Words matter.
    That point was made passionately at this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day assembly, held on Monday, January 14. In his introductory remarks, faculty member Bruce Taylor said the gathering was “an opportunity to address the ongoing presence of hateful language.”
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  • Maggie Monaghan at the Shakespeare competition

    Students Take On Shakespeare Competition

    To be or not to be a part of the National Shakespeare Competition? That was the question answered in the affirmative by seven Rivers students recently as they each recited a monologue from one of the Bard’s plays, in hopes of capturing the school crown and moving on to the state semifinal round.
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  • Several alumni returned to RSC for the 15th anniversary of the Conservatory Program.

    The Conservatory Program at The Rivers School Celebrates 15 years

    It’s been 15 years since David Tierney created a program that fills a special educational niche in the region. His brainchild, the Conservatory Program at The Rivers School, offers a unique blend of academic rigor and intensive music education, and on Saturday, January 5, a group of conservatory program alumni gathered to celebrate the program’s 15th anniversary.
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  • Using the new video conferencing system in the Center for Community and Civic Engagement, students in Rivers's statistics class chat with data visualization expert Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic. View more photos from the class at https://theriversschool.smugmug.com/Learning-at-Rivers/Statistics-Class/i-9tSBnTc/A.

    Statistics Class Gains Followers on Twitter

    Just prior to the holiday break, students in John Adams’s statistics class had a chance to video conference with a data visualization expert who made contact with the class after becoming a fan of the class’s Twitter feed, @RiversStats.
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