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Rhoades School students earn National History Day awards

Eighth grade students joined more than half a million students around the world to conduct historical research on a topic of their choice through National History Day. National History Day®(NHD) is a non-profit education organization that engage over half a million middle and high school students around the world annually…
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Fourteen Grade 7 Students Selected as Read-Imagine-Create Finalists

Annually, Mrs. Schramm’s Grade 7 literature students enter the Read-Imagine-Create (RIC) contest. Every year, a different author is chosen by San Diego’s Write Out Loud organization. This year’s author was Emily Dickinson and an impressive fourteen Rhoades students were selected as finalists this year. The task was to read the…
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Students Excel in the AMC8 Math Competition

            In Fall 2020, Rhoades middle school students participated in the AMC 8 Mathematics Competition. The AMC 8 is a national mathematics competition designed to promote excitement, enthusiasm and positive attitudes towards mathematics and to stimulate interest in continuing the study of mathematics beyond the…
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Rhoades School students Zoom with students in Bangladesh

On Monday, twenty-eight Rhoades middle school students met with students in Bangladesh over Zoom. The Girl Rising Club partners with a non-profit organization called Speak Up for the Poor that provides education opportunities for hundreds of girls in Bangladesh. Some of these high school girls live together in a dormitory,…
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Mrs. Schramm’s students participate in The Getty Challenge

                  Last year, Mrs. Schramm was seeking a way to combat Zoom fatigue with her sixth grade social studies students while, at the same time, capping off the classes’ unit on Ancient Egypt. Enter the Getty Museum Challenge, which is (and only…
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Middle School Students Participate in a Roundtable Discussion with Historic America

On Monday, November 2, Rhoades Middle School students participated in a Rhoades Foundation sponsored roundtable discussion with Historic America, “Assessing the Strength of Our Democracy on the Eve of the 2020 Election.” Dr. Watts prepped Middle School students for the roundtable by discussing the meaning of democracy, the election, and…
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Rhoades School Families Donate 100 Bags of Food to Casa de Amistad

For the past five years, middle school students from the Rhoades School in Encinitas have volunteered one Thursday a month with young students at Casa de Amistad, a non-profit organization that provides tutoring and mentoring for underserved youth in North County. Although COVID-19 suspended their monthly “Club de Tecnologia” in…
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Three Rhoades Students Selected as Top 300 Broadcom MASTERS

                  Three Rhoades students – current 8th grader Tejas Ravi (pictured) and recent graduates Arjun Chatha and Bhadra Rupesh – were selected as members of the Top 300 MASTERS in the 2020 Broadcom MASTERS®. Broadcom MASTERS® (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering…
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Reopen Reunite Return to Campus Guide

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Math Madness: Keeping LS Students Challenged and Connected with Distance Learning

              Since Rhoades moved to distance learning in mid-March, four of our advanced Lower School math classes have participated in an online competition known as Math Madness. They competed against other schools all around the country (and one team in Russia) in answering a…
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