Ravens Donate to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund 5-13-15

Ravenscroft School comes together as a community to help aid the victims in Nepal.

Ravenscroft Girls Create 5k Race to Support Troops! 4-24-15

Junior Clare Zaytoun and Senior Caroline Gainey create Freedom Fighters 5k, a race to help raise money for our troops. 4-25-15. To register, please click HERE.

Everything YOU Ever Wanted to Know about Community Service 10-10-14

Nevarmore Online reporters: Hailey Stewart, Sydney Jordan, and Jordynne Magnuson-Capatosto, explain the Ravenscroft Community Service graduation requirement.


Kickball Tournament, 5-2-14

This is an informational video about the kickball tournament benefiting “In Sam’s Name”, as well as a recap of last year’s events.

Special Olympics Recap, 5-2-14

Sterling Price, Caroline Gainey, and Sam Sutherland take a look at the 2014 Wake County Olympics hosted by Ravenscroft School.


UNC TV: Volunteer with Key Club this Saturday, March 9th, 3-6-13

Looking for your 15 of fame? You can volunteer to answer phones at UNC TV this Saturday!

In Sam’s Name Fundraiser: Piper’s Tavern, 2-15-13

In Sam’s Name is a fund established in memory of Sam Biedermann, who passed away tragically, and graduated from Ravenscroft in 2010. Taylor Letts and Rachel Wakeford give information on the fundraiser event in Raleigh at Piper’s Tavern Restaurant.


Guardian Angel Project, 12-12-12

Ravenscroft is participating in the Guardian Angel Project, giving kids in need gifts with the spirit of the Holidays!!

Ravenscroft’s First Annual Badminton Tournament, 11-30-12

Here’s a look at some of the competitors in this year’s badminton tournament which was sponsored by SGA and supported the Sandy Hurricane Relief.

Key Club Dance Marathon: Saturday, November 11

Ravenscroft Hosts Special Olympics

Nevarmore Online reporter Anastasia Hollis provides a snapshot…

Make-A-Wish Dance

Kyla Babson, ‘13, addresses the runners prior to the race.

Nevarmore Online/Brad Ehilegbu – For the past few years, juniors Kyla Babson and Alicia Richards have been interested in hosting a race to support Cystic Fibrosis because of how it has affected their families.

On Saturday, March 31st, they hosted the first annual 5K4CFF race with more than 100 participants at the Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary, which is known for an excellent Cross Country Track.

Participants registered through a website created for the event. Babson and Richards got sponsors for food, drink, shirts, and massages as well.

Babson told of their family connections on her website:

“Since cystic fibrosis runs on both sides of my family, I have a personal connection to the disease and am very interested in finding treatments and a cure for it. My mom’s cousin died of the disorder when he was twelve years old and my dad’s niece, Maggie, currently is struggling with it at the age of eleven. Alicia, my good friend, also has a personal connection to CF – her dad has the disease. His life-long struggle with CF has included a double lung transplant, as well as a kidney transplant. My heart goes out to Maggie, Alicia’s dad, and others who have CF, so I want to do my part to help.
Alicia has joined with me, and we are organizing this 5K run to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation which supports research for CF.”

One Day Without Shoes Frozen Yogurt Event

Freshman Tate Replogle’s for Unicef tops last year’s raising $310 for Unicef…

St. Baldrick’s Recap: Over $60,000 Raised

Nevarmore Online reporters Sarah Collins and Lauren Grady gathered clips from the St. Baldrick’s event held at Saints and Scholars event that was held on Saturday March 31st to benefit Childhood Cancer Research…

2011 Presidential Service Awards

International Microlending Club Pancake Breakfast 3-7-12

Fundraiser: Chicken Parm Nite at Piper’s On Wed. Feb. 29th

Key Club Convention