We come together as a community several times a year to celebrate and enjoy events. We also hold parent education events throughout the year, as well as special events unique to each grade, such as Harry Potter Day in 4th Grade.
During the school day students engage in activities aimed at exposing them to different cultures or encouraging social action. In the evening, a feast allows us to celebrate the diversity of our Raleigh School families and friends. Families are encouraged to bring a dish or dessert to share which is representative of their cultural background. The evening includes time for sampling and socializing.
MLK DAY OF SERVICE
We hold a community-wide Day of Service activity on Martin Luther King Day, following the annual MLK parade downtown.
Alumni, parents, staff, and students join in a meal-packaging event for Rise Against Hunger (formerly Stop Hunger Now) each year, raising money in advance and packing more than 10,000 meals in just under two hours.
This annual community-building event is a Raleigh School tradition and takes place each year either in the spring or the fall. The fun-filled day features arcade-type games, inflatable rides, a preschool games section, arts & crafts, a talent show, photo booth and more. The alumni committee also hosts a special homecoming celebration for graduates of The Raleigh School who are seniors in high school at the time of carnival. Click HERE for more information.
The Raleigh Cool
This adult-only event is the perfect opportunity to meet other Raleigh School parents while sampling the offerings from area food trucks and local beer and wine vendors. The atmosphere is casual and fun. Tickets include admission price and beverages. There is an exciting live auction plus silent auction items to bid on that evening. We also invite alumni parents and alumni who are 21 and older. Proceeds benefit the financial aid program. Click HERE for more information.
All grandparents are invited to campus for a special day featuring a program with a presentation by each grade, as well as tours of campus. Grandparents are also invited to their grandchildren's classrooms, often with a chance for fun interactions between the generations. Click HERE for more information.