RHP e-Annual Report-2009.pps - Rolling Hills Preparatory School

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RHP e-Annual Report-2009.pps - Rolling Hills Preparatory School
ANNUAL REPORT
Rolling Hills Preparatory
&
Renaissance Schools
2008-2009
Success on the Road to RHP 30
Contents
Peter McCormack on RHP 30
Terry Ferguson, Board Chair
Teacher Profile – Gayle Taylor & the Writing Program
Four Student Pillars
Outdoor Education
Robotics
Science Program
Professional Development
Drama & Art
Athletic Success
Special Events
RHP & Renaissance Community
Financials
Donors
Peter’s Message
Dear Husky Families!
As part of RHP 30, this year's strategic planning process
for both schools, we've talked with representatives of all
our constituencies about the meaning of SUCCESS.
We've met with groups of trustees, faculty, parents,
students, alumni and alumni parents.
Peter’s Message
While acknowledging the
traditional meaning of "being
successful" (financial stability
for self and family) all groups
came back to some version
of our four pillars. We have
re-affirmed disciplined minds,
sound character, healthy
bodies and creative spirits as
collectively essential for living
a truly successful life.
Peter’s Message
The contributions of our supporters,
who bring the three W's, wealth,
wisdom and work, have once again
been essential for maintaining the
world-class education provided at
RHP and Renaissance. Quite simply,
we could not do it without the
generous level of support we see
every year.
On behalf of the board, the faculty and, most importantly, the
students, I thank you from the bottom of my Husky heart.
- Peter McCormack, Head of School
The Challenge Ahead – Message
from the Board President
Dear Husky Families!
The road ahead is a very
challenging and exciting
one as Rolling Hills Prep
and Renaissance School
prepare our students for
success in the 21st
century.
The Challenge Ahead
Your Board of Trustees, continuously energized by their
passion and commitment to the RHP and Renaissance
mission, are driving hard to implement our long-term strategy
to grow our schools and enhance the educational
experiences for your children.
The Challenge Ahead
We extend our heart-felt
gratitude for all that you have
contributed in past years, and
invite you to join us in the
planning and fund raising for
new campus buildings and
facilities on the road ahead.
Terry Ferguson, Board President
The Road to Excellent Writing –
Profile of Teacher Gayle Taylor
Gayle Taylor began teaching at RHP in 1992. Her
daughter, Cassie, graduated from RHP in 1992, went on
to study psychology at UC San Diego, and is now a
bilingual (Spanish/English) educational psychologist
for San Francisco Unified School District.
Teacher Profile - Gayle Taylor
Students today communicate avidly, but
they do so through sending images or
text messages. They need to
understand how to enter into deeper
discourse through writing. The goal is
that they should have confidence when
they approach any writing task.
“I want my students to learn, but I also want to have fun with my job, and I
think I know how to make learning engaging and enjoyable. If it wasn't fun,
I don't think I could be here.”
Writing Program at RHP
We give students many opportunities to
write. They receive a lot of feedback as
they move from idea to rough draft, and
then through the process of revision and
publication.
The focus on word choice, sentence
variety, pacing, tone, and use of detail
refines student writing with an
understanding of the characteristics of
good writing.
Writing Program at RHP
Our curriculum includes fiction and
nonfiction essays, so students are aware
of how great writers use stylistic
techniques to move their readers.
“I want my students to enter into their freshman writing classes at
college with the firm belief that their writing skills will continue to
develop. I want them to believe in the power of discourse.” - Ms. Taylor
The Writing Program –
Comments about ’09 Graduates
“My daughter’s English professor is very impressed with
her writing skills and has asked her why she isn't an
English major!! The essay writing skills she learned with
Gayle are definitely paying off.”
It happened so soon! About the
third week of his class of 700
students, my son's professor
asked, "Where did you learn to
write like that?" A week or so later,
a fellow student asked, "Where did
you learn to think like that?"
Senior Pillars
Four graduating seniors from the class of 2009
exemplify the very best of the four pillars in RHP’s
mission, and we’d like to introduce them to you.
Senior Pillar
Adam Provinchain – Disciplined Minds
•
•
•
A member of National Honor Society and
the National Society of High School
Scholars
A key member of the Robotics team,
doing much of the programming for the
green robot
Winner of a national scholastic award
From Adam’s Senior Speech: “To the people I've
grown to know here at RHP, I want to say thank
you, because you make each day here something
I'm proud I was involved in.”
Senior Pillar
Adam Provinchain – Disciplined Mind
•
A Varsity football player, playing
an important role on the team
•
Author of a book of advice for
students
•
Tutored younger students in the
After School Program
•
Attends UCLA
Senior Pillar
Gina Su– Sound Character
•
Valedictorian and National Honor
Society Member, President of the
Senior Class
•
Editor of the award-winning
literary magazine, The Muse
•
Winner of a national Award from
the Scholastic Art Council for
drawings and paintings.
•
Officer and Board member of the
Volunteer Center Youth Council
Senior Pillar
Gina Su– Sound Character
•
Dancer and choreographer, winner of
dance awards
•
Senior internship in clothing design saw
her garment selected for manufacture
•
Attends UC Berkeley
From Gina’s Senior Speech: “We all are
individuals, we have our own ways of doing
things, and we all have different
personalities. Take advantage, be who you
are, take risks, and question everything.”
Senior Pillar
Andrew Frisina – Healthy Bodies
•
•
Football – named Defensive Most
Valuable Player – All League and All
State
Basketball – Coaches’ Award for
excellence in sport
•
Baseball – League Most Valuable
Player
•
RHP Athlete of the Year
Senior Pillar
Andrew Frisina – Healthy Bodies
•
Member of National Honor Society
•
Student Council officer
•
Member of the Robotics team
•
Attends Lewis & Clark College where he
plays football
From Andrew’s Senior Speech – “What makes
you happy? Fortunately for me, I found sports at a
very young age and have stuck with it through the
years. Sports make me happy.”
Senior Pillar
Justine Collazo – Creative Spirits
•
Performed in every school play and
musical, with lead roles
•
President of the Film Club and Secretary
of the Poetry club
•
Member of National Honor Society
Justine says: “I like to try new things
and experience new places and
people.”
Senior Pillar
Justine Collazo– Creative Spirits
•
Three-year member of the Cheer Squad
•
Co Captain of the Cheer Squad 20072009
•
Took the team to excellent placement at
regional Cheer competitions
•
Participated in Husky Buddies, helping
new students
•
Attends Loyola Marymount University
Outdoor Education
– A Signature Program
Outdoor Education
" Much of what students learn on these trips prepares them for
the non-academic challenges of being away from home. I
believe that a huge part of our graduates' success in college is
due to their being prepared to work with others in unfamiliar
surroundings during the outdoor ed weeks."
- Head of School Peter McCormack
(who chaperones the 8th Grade trip down the Colorado River)
Outdoor Education
The 6th Grade: “Swimming with seals was awesome.”
Outdoor
Education
The 7th Grade
enjoyed team building
at AstroCamp in
Idyllwild.
The 8th Grade, with 52 kids, was
the largest group ever from RHP
to canoe the Colorado River.
The 9th Grade pushed their
comfort level by climbing big trees
and doing ropes courses.
The 10th Grade went caving
and rock climbing at Joshua
Tree, and everyone made it up
the cliffs.
At Yosemite, every 11th Grader
(and even all the adults) made it
to the top of Upper Yosemite
Falls.
The senior class
sailed a tallship
around Catalina.
The students
broke the time
record for putting
up and taking
down sails: settime 24:30 and
strike time: 21:30.
The Robotics
Program =
Lunacy!
Nearly half of the senior class
participated in the FIRST
Robotics Competition (called
“Lunacy”). The RHP
environmentally friendly robot
was built largely of bamboo, a
sustainable resource.
RHP made the quarter finals,
and came in 15th (of 70 teams).
We thank the Boeing Corporation for
supporting our Green Team!
Students shared
the robotic
experience at
Taper
Elementary
School in San
Pedro, to great
enthusiasm. The
young students
asked for
autographs from
our RHP role
models.
Science Program
• RHP hired a new Chair for the Science Department with
years of teaching experience and a Doctorate in
Educational Technology.
Dr. Vicky Lovejoy
• During the year we increased the use of digital tools with
a SMARTboard, Vernier probeware for data collection,
and Web 2.0 tools for collaborative class projects.
Science Program
We initiated a Science Expo showcasing projects by Middle
School students, challenging them to experiment, investigate
and present the results of their work.
Science Program
We continued to focus on hands-on science, with students
closely engaged in experiments to make science come to life.
Professional Development
RHP faculty members continually strive to improve their
teaching skills. Thanks in part to a grant from the E.E. Ford
Foundation, teachers have attended the following seminars
and presentations:
•
A conference on "Memory and Motivation" at
Lawrenceville Academy in New Jersey
•
A workshop on Louis Mangione’s
Indelible Instruction, linking brainbased research on teaching and
learning to powerful, innovative,
classroom-tested instructional
practices (at right).
Professional Development
“I’ve benefited enormously from the professional
development opportunities that I’ve enjoyed because of
Prep's emphasis on helping its teachers become better at
their jobs.”
Heard from a teacher at the break during a workshop
Drama and Art Programs
The Spring Musical, Babes in Arms, was presented at the
historic Grand Warner Theatre with an outstanding cast to
great applause.
Drama and Art Programs
The Fall play, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, won a
Scene Award from the
California Educational
Theatre Association High
School Play Festival.
The school said farewell
to a favorite teacher, Ms.
Everhart, who moved to
Texas, and then welcomed
a new drama teacher, Judeth Choi, who studied at Yale.
Drama and Art Programs
The 8th Grade play was Pride and Prejudice, particularly
notable this year for the four sets of twins in the cast.
Drama and Art Programs
California Pizza Kitchen welcomed
an exhibit of pizza boxes
transformed by our students into art.
Both school literary and art
magazines, The Muse and The
Crown Jewels, were recognized as
excellent by the National Council of
Teachers of English.
Drama and Art Programs
Rolling Hills Prep & Renaissance
students’ work was displayed in a
special exhibit at the Palos Verdes
Street Fair.
Numerous students won Scholastic
Arts Awards, notably including
valedictorian Gina Su, who won Gold
and Silver Key awards.
The year’s art
show displayed
scores of art
pieces from tiny
ceramics to
large threepanel paintings.
Athletic Success
In football the Huskies had a great season,
reaching the CIF playoffs.
Athletic Success
The Husky teams
taught teamwork
and athletic skills
to many students.
In baseball the Huskies finished the season
with 12 wins and played in the CIF playoffs.
Athletic Success
The Girls’ Softball
team made it to the
CIF playoffs for the
fourth year in a row,
led by pitching star
Amber Garland.
Athletic Success
Everyone enjoys sports at RHP, including Mr.
McCormack as the soccer referee.
Our newest sport is a Middle School Lacrosse team.
Athletic Success
Our Middle School Girls’ Soccer team won the
League Championship.
Athletic Success
All the volleyball
teams did well,
with the Girls’
Varsity going
undefeated in
League and
making it to CIF
Playoffs.
The RHP & Renaissance
Community
The contributions made by our parent
community are always appreciated.
We thank the Parents Association for
always being available to help make
things happen.
“We appreciate all that the school
does and how welcome we feel to
participate in activities that benefit
our kids.”
-Dean Tatum
Parents Association President
The RHP & Renaissance
Community
Vic Perez and other parent volunteers worked to
renovate the Parents Association house on the lower
campus, making it an inviting location for meetings.
The RHP & Renaissance
Community
The Senior Class and the Gaudenti family donated shade
coverings for the lunch area, greatly appreciated by the students.
The RHP & Renaissance
Community
At the Senior Dinner we thanked all our volunteers, and
recognized five very special families who had donated
countless hours of volunteer time during their years at the
school. They are the:
Collazos (l)
Connellys (r)
Frisinas
Gaudentis
Hamiltons
Martzes
Special Events - September
The year was full of special events –
for students, parents and alums.
Susie’s Parade and Carnival (with school supporter
extraordinaire Susie McNary & Queen Carrie Concha), the
Parent Welcome Coffee, Senior College Night, and Back to
School Night.
Special Events - October
International Day with its great food (the Korean barbecue is
always a favorite, prepared by the moms above), followed by a
show that this year finished with a celebration of Peter
McCormack’s American citizenship, and at the end of the
month, the Halloween costume parade.
Special Events - November
Mock voting, a pep rally, Grandparents’ & Friends’ Day, and
the Fall Gala – Hollywood Comes to Life.
Special Events - January & February
Fathers’ Breakfast,
Classical Night,
One Act Plays,
College Night, and a
Coffee House show.
Special Events – March & April
Donor Appreciation Wine Tasting party,
Golf Tournament, Prep Alumni Parents
Association Party, and the Robotics
Competition.
Special Events – May & June
Cinco de Mayo festival
lunch, Chamber of
Commerce Mixer, Coffee
House, Author’s Lunch,
and the faculty/student
softball game.
Special Events – June
Moving Up & Graduation
On the Road to Success
33 Students graduated in 2009. They went on to
outstanding colleges and universities, including:
Cornell University • CSU Long Beach • Humbolt State University
Lewis & Clark College • Loyola Marymount College • Marymount College
Northeastern University • Occidental College • Pepperdine University
Reed College • University of Arizona • UC Berkeley • UC Irvine
UCLA • UC Riverside • UC San Diego • UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Cruz • University of San Francisco • Washington University
Financials
• RHP is a well-run nonprofit that
nurtures its financial resources
carefully to operate both its schools.
• The majority of all expenditures go to
support our teachers & staff – in the
form of salaries and benefits – as
you will see on the following pages.
• Tuition and fees do not cover the full
cost of educating a student, so our
fundraising program is important to
the schools’ success.
Fundraising at RHP &
Renaissance
We ask our community to support us in
several ways:
• The Annual Fund provides
unrestricted revenue for operations.
• The Scholarship Fund allows
qualified students with financial need
to attend.
• The Capital Campaign supports
improvements to the campus.
We appreciate all the contributions made by so many
people to the schools’ funds.
Financials
2008-2009 Revenue
$4,884,041
$ 523,000
Tuition Revenue
Enrollment-related
Fees
$ 405,557 Annual Fund &
Special Events
$ 671,287 Auxiliary Programs &
Misc.
$ 6,483,884 Total Operating
Revenue
$ 26,373
Capital Campaign,
Misc.
$ 6,510,258 Total Revenue
2008-2009 Expenses
$4,199,703
$ 767,779
$ 131,634
$ 53,600
$ 48,722
$ 109,048
$ 110,137
$ 193,466
$ 68,991
$ 18,013
$ 119,129
$ 147,015
$ 213,736
$ (80,057)
$ 6,100,914
$ 464,259
$ 6,565,172
$ (81,287)
Salaries & Wages
Employee Benefits
Professional Services
Classroom Supplies
Insurance
Campus Security
Advertising & Community Relations
Utilities & Equipment Leases
Technology, Software & Textbook
Purchases
Event Transportation
Landscape & Building Maintenance
Bad Debt Expense
Other
Lease Facilities/rentals
Total Operating Expenses
Interest Expenses
TOTAL EXPENSES
Net for Operations
Operating Revenues
$
4,884,041
Tuition Revenue
$
523,000
Enrollment-related Fees
$
405,557
Annual Fund and Special Events
$
671,287
Auxiliary Programs and Misc.
$
6,483,884
Total Operating Revenue
Operating Expenses
$4,199,703 Salaries and Wages
$ 767,778 Employee Benefits
Insurance, Security,
Utilities and Event
$ 369,249 Transportation
Professional Services,
Advertising and
$ 241,771 Community Relations
Classroom Supplies,
Technology, Software
$ 122,591 and Textbooks
Landscape and Building
$ 119,129 Maintenance
Bad Debt Expense and
$ 360,750 Other
We appreciate all of
those who support the
schools with their time
and with their
donations.
The following pages list
the names of those who
have made a financial
contribution to Rolling
Hills Prep and the
Renaissance School
during the ’08-09 school
year.
We have made every effort to provide an accurate list,
and we apologize if there is an error. Please contact us
to make corrections to our records. Thank you!
Special Fund Donors
*also listed under Giving Circles
Scholarship Fund Donors*
Capital Campaign Fund Donors*
John Cheng
Carrie Concha
Pushpa Doshi
Mark & Shelley Hardy
Mike Kaplan & Rose Contreras
Mark & Donna Macdonald
David & Maria Matson
Jacob Olson
Georgia Simmons
Health Net of the Northeast, Inc.
Key Container Company
MA-COM Technology Solutions
The Norris Foundation
The William and Jane Schloss
Family Foundation
anonymous
Jose & Brigitte Collazo
Rick Curcio & Harriet Wilburne
Mark & Donna Macdonald
Robert & Dorothy Van Nice
Giving Circle Donors
Iditarod Circle $5000 and up
Lead Dog Circle
Jose & Brigitte Collazo
Carrie Concha
Elliott & Barbara DeCrumpe
Ron & Martha Doornink
Pushpa Doshi
Irv Edwards & Debby Seacord Edwards
Terry Ferguson & Ernest Scheyhing
Robert & Christine Gaudenti
Karen Glassmaker
Mark & Shelley Hardy
Dominic & Sheryl Iannitti
Mike Kaplan & Rose Contreras
Mark & Donna Macdonald
Sue Murat
Austin & Czarina Su
Bruce & Faith Trotman
Griffith & Sandi Williams
Paul & Arline Appel
Sonny Chun & Hee Kim
David & Pamela Cohen
Rick Curcio & Harriet Wilburne
Robert & Melanie Franko
Sergio Guarro & Clorinda Donato
Kevin & Lisa Hunter
Robert & Buckita Leff
Michael Mann & Mary Vanderbur-Mann
Peter McCormack & Mary Todd
David Olson & Ruth Stevens
Fred Shooshani & Patricia Glenn
$2500-4999
Giving Circle Donors
Swing Dog Circle
Paul & Petra Appel
Mary Lou Berg
Arthur & Cathy Berg
Joal Bodermann
Andy & Laurie Caine
John Cheng ‘98
Michael & Terri Connelly
Cari & Fred Corbalis
Bo & Robin Djordjevic
Scott & Kristine Douglas
Carol & Jack Edwards
Tom & Val English
William & Robyn Epstein
Jim & Mary Fredrick
Rick & Tracy Fruhling
Paul & Susan Galletti
Mathew & Rita Garland
$1000-2499
Philip & Jane Grainger
Geoff & Cheryl Graue
Deborah Green Powers & John
Powers
Louis & Diana Halper
George & Patricia Harunk
William Johnson & Susan McNary
Han-Sung Jung & Hyun Jin Park
David & Migeun Kim
Daniel & Carol Kole
Bernita Krumbach
Hae Wook Kwon & Doo Bong Jo
Hyun Hee Lee & Kang Shin
Michael Leung & Rebecca Davis
Sae Hwan & Tierney Lim
Jorge & Ruth Marquez
David & Maria Matson
Steven & Susan Matt
Paul & JoEllen Nevans
Richard & Jean Otto
Anthony & Victoria Perez
Patti Preston
Stuart & Laurie Rice
Edward & Joan Ruttenberg
Dave & Carol Salzman
Jung Hoon & Jae Hee Shin
Tai-Wook Shin & Nan-Sook Lee
Georgia Simmons
Delbert & Carmen Spiva
Thomas & Carol Street
Glen & Leilani Sugahara
Gina Sulmeyer
Roland Sumi
Richie & Deanna Tatum
Robert & Joy Taylor
Bud Tufeld
Scott & Gigi Wade
Adam Walch
Stephen & Barbara Wertheimer
Giving Circle Donors
Wheel Dog Circle
$500-999
Marvin & Linda Belzer
Charles & Vanessa Bland
Gil & Jeanine Bothwell
William & Amy Clark
Sandra Clay
Robert & Sharon Coors
Ofelia David
Elizabeth Denhart
Jeff & Megan Duncan
Barbara & John Dye
Kevin & Cheryl Fitzsimmons
Ruben & Tammy Garcia
Richard & Alison Gerber
Margaret Guglielmo & Mike Gaines
Stephen & Teri Herbst
Lee & Susan Hill
Frank & Denise Hironaka
Jae & Young Kim
David & Kim Kluth
Andy & Ronda Kopito
Julie & Paul Mason
James & Leslie McShane
Kim Myers
Minh & Thu Le Nguyen
Mitchell & Ann Ozawa
Heung-Soo Park & Kyung-Ae
Kim
Jihyun Park
Steven & Joan Pilkington
Neal & Patricia Pollack
G. Frank & Jennifer Pourzia
Thomas & Pat Ressler
Digna Sales & Scott Beasely
Hyun Kuk Shin & Do Young Ok
Rachel Smith
Davis & Anne Smith
Michael St. Denis & Michelle Dennee
Gary Stollar
Robert & Dorothy Van Nice
Alexander & Rose Vargas
Bob & Hillary Watts
Steve & Candice Yokomizo
Nobuya & Naoko Yoshida
Hye Youn
Giving Circle Donors
Point Dog Circle
$250-499
Bruce & Marilyn Burrell
Fred & Sandra Campbell
John & Esther Ek
Greg & Randi Gunther
Cami Hamilton
Gail Kaufman
Brian & Doreen Knigin
Andy & Tracy Livian
Christopher & Lisa Martz
Judith & Fred Mishkin
Chris & Heidi Morris
James & Lesley Munger
Marcel Nagy & Saul Fernandez
Ronald & Sheila Palmer
Robert & Michele Shibuya
Rajiv Trivedi
Mickey & Monica Turner
Douglas & JoAnn Waybright
Keith & Pamela Williams
Joy Zimnavoda
Rodney & Kyle Boone
Steve & Malia Carlsen
Steven & Valerie Contreras
Wayne & Dianna Crawford
Salvatore & Beverly Frisina
Paula Fuentes
Pete & Kimberlee Galante
Judith Gassner
Debbi & Morris Gelbart
Scott & Becky Grossman
Rick & Kathy Kaplan
Dale & Laura Kitchen
Walter & Kathleen Krumbach
Max & Janette Nardoni
Jacob Olson ‘03
Trina Pangelina
Ben & Dora Pasco
Gary Putteet
Michel & Marta Sumi
Gayle & Craig Taylor
John & Jill Weisinger
Ralph & Linda Whitmore
Lee & Meredith Zellweger
Giving Circle Donors
Team Dog Circle
$100-250
Tim & Joan Bauler
Floristine Bozarth
Patrick & Cynthia Bradley
Timothy & Lauren Braman
Lennie Brown
Brian & Jenifer Conroy
Russell & Julie Coser
Tony Di Santo
Kendra & Arthur Diamond
JoSemie Dill-Jackson
Sal & Georgia Ferrigno
Michael & Rose-Marie Fletcher
Frank & JoAnn Frisina
Melvyn Frumes
Anita Gerlach
John Gilligan & Carol Baker
David & Donna Gilroy
Joseph & Stacey Green
John & Marion Hamilton
Fred Henry
Michael & Margaret Hirsch
Eachan Holloway & Deborah
Davis
Nancy Howe
Brenda Jackson
Ehren Gaye Jacobs
Charles & Bobbi Johnson
Deok Joong Kim & Bo Yun Park
Carlos & Gabriela Knaudt
Ron & Patti Knoll
Jae Young Ko & Eul Sook Ahn
Gene & Gaile Koecheler
George & Terri Kursar
Eric & Kris Lastition
Joan Lee
Valerie Lesser-Keenan
Ruben & Andrea Little
Frank & Marilyn Malkoc
Javier & Jeanna Martinez
Glenn & Connie Matsushima
Duncan & Michelle McBride
Chuck & Maleah McKay
Daniel & Ginger McNary
Steven & Lee Anne Mitchel
Jeff & Jennifer Modisett
Uvaldo & Elaine Montano
Robin & Colleen Moore
Susan & Chad Moreau
Giving Circle Donors
Point Dog Circle
$100-250
Violet Moretti
Zev Nathan
Minh Nguyen-Vo & Anh Long
Steven & Deborah Peden
Jean Prewitt & Michael Fitch
Edward & Gloria Rezek
Rick & Mary Roberti
Russell & Renee Rodgers
Gary & Shari Runnells
Ambrose & Frances Russo
Ted & Irma Sanford
Robert & Marcia Smith
Debra Smotherman & Mark Hollander
Alan & Charlene Solomon
Constance & Vernis Stanley
Bonnie Tann-Demmin
Dan & Martha Traylor
Robert & Kim Vallee
Norma Waters
Mark & Therese Wilbur
Giving Circle Donors
Team Dog Circle
Rouena Benson-Massengale
Michael Booth & Joanne Cherry-Booth
John & Sheila Bray
Pat & Zo Byrnes
Luis & Emily Castro
Jon & Lisa Ceazan
Mike & Kris Collins
Georgia Cox
Nancy Cutshall
Iopu & D'Ann DeFries
Anna Doroshina
Robert & Anna Marie Enciso
Gerry Ericsson
Myrna & Mark Everhart
Bridgette Garcia
Ruth Gilford
John & Pat Green
Albert & Raeanne Hernandez
Bill & Virginia Hilker
William & Janet Hodgman
Terry & Cindy Horist
Eric & Karen Horowitz
G. Lee Hudspeth & Elizabeth Harsch
Clifford & Marinetta Hughes
Julie Jacks
Betty Ann Karambelas
Vincent & Patricia Kennedy
Marilyn Kuptz
Robert & Sheila Lefton
Frances Limbird
Gary & Sandy Lloyd
Victoria Lovejoy & Steve Howerton
Richard & Maureen Lull
Allison Maguire
Kelly Martinez
Kristina Martz ‘02
John & Deborah McDonald
Claire McNary
Bob Memefee & Evelyn Corn
Barbara Mignosi
Mike & Dana Mitchell
Chad & Susan Moreau
Eric & Anne Morgan
Kevin & Cynthia O'Reilly
Gail Owensmith
Richard & Beverly Palmer
Bobby & Rowena Phillips
Brooks & Cheryl Provinchain
Frances Ricks & David Gragg
Deanna Russo-Babajko
Daynabelle Santos
Steve & Holly Scott
Michael & Deborah Sedlachek
Victor & Lauralyn Sereno
William Stenton & Eleanor Just
Judith Sussman
Kimberly Thomas
Fernand & Geraldine Valliere
Stephen & Allyson Varga
Elvira Virtue
Candy Wakinekona
Lisa Waldman
Milton & Traci Watson
Ruberta Weaver
Brian & Laura Wesley
Foster & Karen Winter
Marc & Donna Wright
Donors
Corporate & Foundation Donors
Bank of America
Nuveen Investments, LLC
Barclays Capital
Oracle Corporation
Boeing Gift Matching Program
Raytheon Company
BP Foundation Inc.
Capital Group Companies
Coastline Equity, Inc
San Pedro Democratic Club
Sun Microsystems Foundation
The Norris Foundation
The William and Jane Schloss Family Foundation
Health Net of Northeast, Inc.
Time Warner
Key Container Company
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
MA-COM Technology Solutions
Wells Fargo
Northrup Grumman Litton Foundation
Western Asset Management
Faculty & Staff Donors
Robert Adam
Richard & Melinda Alcott
Marvin & Linda Belzer
Bruce & Marilyn Burrell
Fred & Sandra Campbell
Olivia & Douglas Carnahan
Robert & Donna Cloer
Sandra del Castillo
Barbara & John Dye
Elissa & Gary Eastvedt
Jonathan Erickson
Bryonna & Joe Fisco
Debbi & Morris Gelbart
Michelle Gessler
Cheryl & Geoff Graue
Cami Hamilton
Zachary Herndon
Eachan Holloway & Deborah Davis
Amanda Hughes
Emily Isler
Matthew Johnson
Jennifer & Matt Kirmer
Brian & Doreen Knigin
Rachel Leatherbury
Victoria Lovejoy
Patricia Magony
Dixie Maletta
Karen Martins
Peter McCormack & Mary Todd
Wendy Moffat
Heidi & Chris Morris
Kim Myers
Marcel Nagy
Salvador Nava
Charlotte Oduro
George Pal
Erica Ramos
Jenny Rasak
Thomas & Pat Ressler
Christine & John Roberts
Megan Roberts
Rachel Rubin
Yvonne Ruiz
Sarah Schoettle
Maria Sher
Amy Stewart-Johnston
Gary Stollar
Gayle & Craig Taylor
John Trausch
Natalia Trites
Matthew Van Etten
Adam Walch
Matt Wilkens
Joy Zimnavoda
Thank you for your interest and support
during the 2008-2009 school year!
Peter McCormack & the Board of Trustees,
Students, Faculty & Staff of
Rolling Hills Prep School & Renaissance School

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