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Students from Ron Clark Academy Visit George School

On September 23, students from the Ron Clark Academy (RCA) and RCA Master Educator, Pamela Haskins, visited George School while on a tour of US boarding schools. (Photo by Jo Feldman)

On September 23, students from the Ron Clark Academy (RCA) and RCA Master Educator, Pamela Haskins, visited George School while on a tour of US boarding schools. Pamela is the mother of current George School student Zau Haskins ’21.

Students were given the option of several schools, but selected the five boarding schools that were of most interest to them. Visitors attended a class, met with current RCA alum attending George School, met Head of School Sam Houser, and ate lunch on campus.

Ron Clark has been called “America’s Educator” and in 2000, was named Disney’s American Teacher of the Year. He has been featured on The Today ShowCNN, and Oprah. In 2007, he founded RCA, a highly-acclaimed, nonprofit middle school located in Atlanta. Since its founding, the academy has received both national and international recognition for its success in educating students with academic rigor, passion, and creativity balanced by a strict code of discipline. The school currently serves 113 students in grades five through eight.

Ron and his classes have been honored at the White House on three different occasions. His teaching experiences in New York City are the subject of the uplifting film, The Ron Clark Story, starring Matthew Perry. Ron is also a New York Times bestselling author.

To learn more about Ron Clark and RCA visit www.ronclarkacademy.com.

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