The TRS Class of 2012 gathered on campus this past Monday for a reunion dinner. Students and parents enjoyed reconnecting and catching up. Wish them luck as they finish their high school years and embark on the next chapter of their lives. #trscommunity #trsalumni #trsclass2012
Thank you for visiting our Raleigh School alumni pages. Whether you attended the former Raleigh Preschool or are a graduate of the elementary school, welcome back to the school where it all started! Please use this section of the website to keep the school up-to-date on your current contact information and accomplishments.
Now is a great time to get in touch with us – we’d love to hear from you! When you are in the area, please stop by the campus and see what has been happening recently.
Sunday was the perfect hot day for ice cream, freeze pops and cold water. What a treat to see so many students, teachers, parents, and alumni at our first annual Sundae Social. It was a sweet celebration to kick-off the new school year! #TRSCommunity
The Raleigh School recently welcomed our Head of School for the 2018-19 school year, Anne Bryan. Anne has a long history with TRS, her family having joined our community in 1988. She was one of the founders of our elementary school and served in various leadership roles over the years, including chairing the Board.
Anne's career and lifelong passion have centered on creating and sustaining opportunities for children. She has worked with the NC Department of Public Instruction; co-founded and was president and CEO of Exploris (now Marbles) and Executive Head of Exploris Middle School (now The Exploris School); and served as Senior Policy Advisor to Gov. Bev Perdue where she focused on children's issues.
Anne is looking forward to having our students back on campus and to enjoying a great year ahead with The Raleigh School community.
Congratulations to our graduating fifth-grade Class of 2018! This class is The Raleigh School's 20th anniversary class of elementary school graduates. We wish this kind, compassionate and creative group of leaders all the best as they begin their middle school experience. They will attend Cary Academy, St. Timothy's School, Daniels Middle School, and the Emerson Waldorf School, among others.
Our fifth grade spends the year focused on "choose kind." This year, they reached out to victims of the wildfires in Carpentaria, California, with a simple video reminding the West Coast students to stay strong in the face of disaster. "At The Raleigh School, we see social and emotional skills as being very valued and it's something we teach every day," said teacher Jennifer Brunetti. Students connected with that specific town in California because Brunetti had relatives there. Many families were displaced from their homes by the fire and the mudslides that followed.
This week, the California students responded to let TRS know how much their kindness meant. "They wanted to care for us even though they didn't know us. They care because we're people," one California student says in the video.
Here is WRAL's coverage: https://www.wral.com/-we-wanted-to-help-act-of-kin...
Class of 2012 - Reunion Dinner
It was wonderful seeing so many of you at our Class of 2012 reunion dinner this past Monday. If you were not able to attend, we missed you and hope that you'll be able to join us in the spring for our next get together (details to come soon).