Bineta Ngom, current parent and author of "Becoming an Angel of Change: A Senegalese Woman's Journey to Inspire the Global Community Through Her Empowering Stories" will be hosted by the Global Studies and World Language Program.
News & Announcements
We are pleased to congratulate Kathy Hagee for her Bill of Rights Insitute educator spotlight. As many members of our community know, Kathy is a committed US History and Constitutional Scholar and she brings her enthusiasm for the subject matter with her to campus every day of the year.
Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools' Yearbook and Literary magazine were recognized by the American Scholastic Press Awards and each publication placed first in their respective fields.
We are pleased to highlight that Kai Nickerson, class of 2020, was named the Daily Breeze's Girls Athlete of the Week. Kai is an amazing volleyball player who works year-round as both an RHP and Ren player and with her club volleyball team. Congratulations Kai!
Shota Ogomori, a recent RHP graduate, just won the silver medal in equestrian show jumping at the Asian Games.
Southbay Magazine's July issue includes a great article highlighting both schools and the positive transformations that are currently taking place.
Due to heavy rains and flooding in Yosemite, our faculty and our outfitters, Naturalists at Large, have decided to end the trip early and come home Thursday. We have lined up transportation to make this happen, but we won't know the exact time of the group's arrival until tomorrow morning. By 10 a.m. tomorrow, we will post on the website, send text messages, and send e-mails with a more specific arrival time. Our best guess at this time will be late afternoon or early evening. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Traci Dalke, 11th Grade Parent Representative, or the school. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the well-being of our students is our foremost concern.
The group just left their Outdoor Education destination and should be back on campus around 1:00 p.m.
8th-grade parents should read the accompanying letter regarding their Outdoor Education trip. Due to weather circumstances, the location of the trip has been changed. Please click the "read full story" button to access the letter explaining these changes.
Each year Palos Verdes hosts the “Old Fashioned 4th of July Independence Day Celebration,” at the Malaga Cove School. The event includes music, family activities and a celebration of our veterans and others who have made significant contributions to our community. Several RHP and Ren students were honored at the event.