Rancho Solano Preparatory School

Kierra talks Dance at Rancho Solano

Kierra Fox dances in the village scene of this season’s Snow Queen Ballet, the annual holiday feature at the Herberger Theatre. She’s a new sixth grader at Rancho Solano’s Middle and Upper School campus after attending primary school at the Lower School campus. Q. How long have you been dancing? A. I’ve been dancing for all of my life, but …

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Meet Annika, Founder of the Art Animal Rescue Team

Annika Sarma is a fifth grade student at Rancho Solano Preparatory School. While still an elementary-aged student, Annika has truly embodied an important tenet we celebrate and practice through all grades at Rancho: the importance of giving back and supporting our local community. When Annika was a second grader, she founded the Art Animal Rescue Team and has since donated …

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RSPS Student Performs at Carnegie Hall

This Summer, Elizabeth Punches, an eighth grader that has attended Rancho Solano since Pre-K4, spent six days on tour in New York City with the Phoenix Children’s Chorus. Because they had been chosen to be a part of Choirs of America, they performed at a variety of locations including St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Carnegie Hall. Q. So, Carnegie Hall! Tell …

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Rancho Solano Student Bobby Talks Choir, NJHS, and Running

Bobby Mohan is a seventh grade student at Rancho Solano Preparatory School. He is an active member of the 100 Club and Team RWB (Red, White, and Blue). He has participated in over 50 events in the last two years. Q. How do you know Phoenix Mayor, Greg Stanton? A. My father was involved with a proposition to help firefighters …

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Rancho Solano Fifth Grader One Step Closer to Achieving Dream of Joining USA Olympic Equestrian Team

Kierra Fox, a fifth grader at Rancho Solano Preparatory School, has just received her first US Equestrian Junior High School Athlete Letter and Certificate for 2016-2017. Q. What sparked your interest in riding? A. My first horseback ride was on my Mom’s Arabian Quarter horse when I was three and I’ve been riding ever since! I own and show my …

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Dhruv Does It All With The Help of Rancho Solano

 

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Josh Awarded Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Scholarship

Rancho Solano senior, Josh Kaplan, has been awarded the Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Scholarship. The Foundation awards four-year, full-tuition, merit-based undergraduate scholarships to exceptional high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, leadership, and community service. The Cameron Impact Scholar is unique among their high-achieving peers in their desire to make an impact on their communities and …

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Rancho Solano Second Grader Nila is a Star Soccer Player

Rancho Solano second grade student, Nila Kumara, shines both on and off the soccer field. Admired by her teachers and peers for her sweet, sensitive nature, she excels in the classroom and loves to tackle new challenges. Nila takes the same skills and determination to succeed in school on to the field where she is a dedicated and talented player. …

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Rancho Solano STEAM Club Coordinators Organize STEAM Week

At Rancho Solano Preparatory School, science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) are an integral part of the curriculum and STEAM Week is a great way to encourage the components of the program, both inside and outside of class. Rancho Solano STEAM Club Coordinators, Jana Vandenberg and Jaclyn Fishbach (pictured), organized this year’s STEAM Week. The week kicked-off with a …

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Rancho Solano Senior Heads Drive for Mesa Emergency Children’s Center

RSPS Senior, EK Gaylord, is spearheading a collection drive for the Mesa Emergency Children’s Center which is operated by Child Crisis Arizona. The Center provides shelter for children admitted due to neglect, abandonment, abuse, and parental incarceration. The drive seeks to collect items such as diapers, baby wipes, white bath towels, etc. As a member of the Governor’s Youth Commission, …

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