Rockbridge in the News

List

Capital Gazette's 2017 Outstanding Student Achievers

4/21/2017

Congratulations to Juniors Ben Cooley, Grace Sweeney, and Jeremy Crawford!

Benjamin Cooley is a multi-talented student. He has earned a perfect 4.0 GPA at Rockbridge Academy while taking the most difficult course load. Notably, he has earned Magna Cum Laude in the National Latin Exam and in the national ...

read more

What’s Up? Teachers 2017: Meet inspirational leaders in the classroom

3/15/2017

"Meet this year’s What’s Up? Teachers—private school teachers who go above and beyond their classroom duties to not only educate and inspire their students, but engage the school community as a whole. Each of the following teachers have been nominated by their heads of school for these ...

read more

Olivia McCarrick, Class of 2015, Named Athlete of the Week at Gordon College

3/3/2017

Gordon College sophomore Olivia McCarrick (Rockbridge Academy Class of 2015) was named the Gordon Athlete of the Week on Tuesday after a big time performance against Mount Holyoke in the home opener on Saturday. 

"Sophomore Olivia McCarrick (Glen Burnie, Md.) assumed her role as the team's top returning scorer ...

read more

'J.E.T.': Severna Park woodshop helps families handle fatal plane crash

1/16/2017

Alumnus Paul Vanik, Class of 2012, and his company were recently featured in the Capital Gazette:

After a plane crash in a rural county in southwestern Pennsylvania claimed the lives of three Montgomery County residents in 2015, the family and friends of the three men had few answers. They didn ...

read more

Belvoir's Legacy: The highly personal archaeology of enslavement on a tobacco plantation

1/9/2017

In the late 1840s, a young woman, improbably named Cinderella, was enslaved on a tobacco plantation called Belvoir, in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Her story, discovered by Chris Haley, research director for the Maryland State Archives’ Legacy of Slavery program and nephew of Roots author Alex Haley, tells of her ...

read more

Flight team extends regional title streak to 12

11/15/2016

"The Liberty University School of Aeronautics NIFA Flight Team won first place at the National Intercollegiate Flying Association Region X (10) Championship for the 12th straight time Nov. 2-5 at Franklin (Va.) Municipal Airport. The top finish qualifies Liberty’s team for nationals at Ohio State University in May..."

Rockbridge ...

read more

East Carolina University awards Honors students scholarships from the College of Business

10/13/2016

Congratulations to Rachel Hull, Class of 2016, on receiving a scholarship from the College of Business at East Carolina University!  Rachel is an Honors student at East Carolina and was one of only a few Honors College students to receive this scholarship from the College of Business.

View more pictures ...

read more

Fry Scholars announced at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business

8/30/2016

"Thirty-one incoming Indiana University freshmen have been selected as William R. Fry Scholars by the Kelley School of Business.

Incoming freshmen who are directly admitted to the Kelley School are eligible for the Fry Scholars Program. Preference is given to students who are traditionally underrepresented in the field of business ...

read more

Review: Wood sprite highlight of Monomoy's 'Tempest'

8/12/2016

"Madeleine Stevens’ Ariel outshines everyone else sharing the stage with her. It’s a pleasure to listen to the poetic delivery of her lines and to watch her ethereal movements..."

Read more from the Cape Cod Times online!

read more

High School Essay Contest Winners Receive Awards

8/11/2016

Annabel Mungan, a rising senior at Rockbridge Academy, competed and came in second in the Anne Arundel Bar Association's legal essay contest. The top three contestants were recognized in a ceremony at the AA County District Courthouse where the Honorable Timothy Meredith (Maryland Court of Special Appeals) presented the ...

read more