NOW MORE THAN EVER, RELATIONSHIPS MATTER
At Rowland Hall, relationships matter, and the strong relationships we develop throughout the year—combined with the amazing flexibility and creativity of our teachers and students—have helped us weather the storm of the current campus closure by quickly implementing robust distance-learning programs that support all of our students’ learning and well-being.
While it's not possible to replicate the learning activities our students experience on our campuses, we believe that deep thinking and meaningful, engaging learning can happen at a distance.
Our teachers know and nurture each student. With an average class size of 15 and a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, teachers engage in meaningful collaborations with students every day. As active participants in their own learning, students use their unique voices, question ideas, take on challenges, and offer solutions to problems.
We would love to get to know you and invite you to contact us to learn more.
Research affirms that the most important factor in a student's success is whether they believe their teachers want them to succeed, and that's clearly the case at Rowland Hall.—Alan Sparrow, former head of school