RPCS Senior Rebecca Sereboff has been elected International N’siah (President) of the 73rd International Board of the B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG).
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Kaleidoscope Junior invites you to join Roland Park Country School for a morning of unstructured free play and exploration for Preschoolers – driven by their imagination and in pursuit of curiosity!
Hot House: 4608 Roland Avenue, Baltimore MD 21210
Colonial center hall style wood-shingle house, circa 1891, with slate roof and two-story carriage house. Six bedrooms, 9.5 baths over 7,153 sq. ft. Complete high-end renovation in 2012. Entry hall, large living and dining rooms, library, sun room, gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, mahogany and granite island, breakfast bar, wine beverage cooler, warming drawer, dishwasher with extra drawers, many custom built-ins. Master bedroom w/en suite bath, soaking tub, separate shower, walk-in closets. Large, lower level rec room. Two wood burning and two gas fireplaces, 9′ ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, central a/c, security system. Half-acre landscaped lot with brick patio, parking for two cars: $1,295,000.
Bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Anna Quindlen will speak at the Anne Healy Lecture on Wednesday, April 20 at 7:30pm in the Sinex Theater at Roland Park Country School.
With longtime Head of School Jean Waller Brune set to retire at the end of the academic year, Roland Park County School’s board named a new leader.
Leigh Newman and I were two among the legions of blue-uniformed girls at Baltimore’s Roland Park Country School in the late 1980s. She was a couple of years behind me, a condition that sometimes renders younger girls invisible, but Leigh was never that. Despite being quiet, she was both luminous and likable. I was happy to reconnect with Leigh in our 30s, through the New York/Baltimore writing circuit. And I was even happier to read her lyrical, honest memoir Still Points North: Surviving the World’s Greatest Alaskan Childhood (Dial Press, March 2013).