2 Success on the Road to RHP 30 ContentsPeter McCormack on RHP 30Terry Ferguson, Board ChairTeacher Profile – Gayle Taylor & the Writing ProgramFour Student Pillars Outdoor EducationRobotics Science ProgramProfessional Development Drama & ArtAthletic Success Special EventsRHP & Renaissance CommunityFinancials Donors
3 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.
4 Peter’s MessageWhile 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.
5 Peter’s MessageThe 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
6 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.
7 The Challenge AheadYour 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.
8 The Challenge AheadWe 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
9 The Road to Excellent Writing – Profile of Teacher Gayle Taylor Gayle Taylor began teaching at RHP in 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.
10 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.”
11 Writing Program at RHPWe 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.
12 Writing Program at RHPOur 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
13 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?"
14 Senior PillarsFour 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.
15 Senior Pillar Adam Provinchain – Disciplined Minds A member of National Honor Society and the National Society of High School ScholarsA key member of the Robotics team, doing much of the programming for the green robotWinner of a national scholastic awardFrom 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.”
16 Senior Pillar Adam Provinchain – Disciplined Mind A Varsity football player, playing an important role on the teamAuthor of a book of advice for studentsTutored younger students in the After School ProgramAttends UCLA
17 Senior Pillar Gina Su– Sound Character Valedictorian and National Honor Society Member, President of the Senior ClassEditor of the award-winning literary magazine, The MuseWinner of a national Award from the Scholastic Art Council for drawings and paintings.Officer and Board member of the Volunteer Center Youth Council
18 Senior Pillar Gina Su– Sound Character Dancer and choreographer, winner of dance awardsSenior internship in clothing design saw her garment selected for manufactureAttends UC BerkeleyFrom 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.”
19 Senior Pillar Andrew Frisina – Healthy Bodies Football – named Defensive Most Valuable Player – All League and All StateBasketball – Coaches’ Award for excellence in sportBaseball – League Most Valuable PlayerRHP Athlete of the Year
20 Senior Pillar Andrew Frisina – Healthy Bodies Member of National Honor SocietyStudent Council officerMember of the Robotics teamAttends Lewis & Clark College where he plays footballFrom 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.”
21 Senior Pillar Justine Collazo – Creative Spirits Performed in every school play and musical, with lead rolesPresident of the Film Club and Secretary of the Poetry clubMember of National Honor SocietyJustine says: “I like to try new things and experience new places and people.”
22 Senior Pillar Justine Collazo– Creative Spirits Three-year member of the Cheer SquadCo Captain of the Cheer SquadTook the team to excellent placement at regional Cheer competitionsParticipated in Husky Buddies, helping new studentsAttends Loyola Marymount University
24 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)
25 Outdoor EducationThe 6th Grade: “Swimming with seals was awesome.”
26 Outdoor EducationThe 7th Grade enjoyed team building at AstroCamp in Idyllwild.
27 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.
28 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.
29 The senior class sailed a tallship around Catalina The senior class sailed a tallship around Catalina. The students broke the time record for putting up and taking down sails: set- time 24:30 and strike time: 21:30.
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).
31 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.We thank the Boeing Corporation for supporting our Green Team!
32 Science ProgramRHP hired a new Chair for the Science Department with years of teaching experience and a Doctorate in Educational Technology.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.Dr. Vicky Lovejoy
33 Science ProgramWe initiated a Science Expo showcasing projects by Middle School students, challenging them to experiment, investigate and present the results of their work.
34 Science ProgramWe continued to focus on hands-on science, with students closely engaged in experiments to make science come to life.
35 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 JerseyA workshop on Louis Mangione’s Indelible Instruction, linking brain-based research on teaching and learning to powerful, innovative, classroom-tested instructional practices (at right).
36 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
37 Drama and Art ProgramsThe Spring Musical, Babes in Arms, was presented at the historic Grand Warner Theatre with an outstanding cast to great applause.
38 Drama and Art ProgramsThe Fall play, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, won a Scene Award from theCalifornia EducationalTheatre Association HighSchool Play Festival.The school said farewellto a favorite teacher, Ms.Everhart, who moved toTexas, and then welcomeda new drama teacher, Judeth Choi, who studied at Yale.
39 Drama and Art ProgramsThe 8th Grade play was Pride and Prejudice, particularly notable this year for the four sets of twins in the cast.
40 Drama and Art ProgramsCalifornia 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.
41 Drama and Art ProgramsThe year’s art show displayed scores of art pieces from tiny ceramics to large three- panel paintings.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.
42 In football the Huskies had a great season, reaching the CIF playoffs. Athletic SuccessIn football the Huskies had a great season, reaching the CIF playoffs.
43 The Husky teams taught teamwork and athletic skills to many students. Athletic SuccessThe 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.
44 Athletic SuccessThe Girls’ Softball team made it to the CIF playoffs for the fourth year in a row, led by pitching star Amber Garland.
45 Our newest sport is a Middle School Lacrosse team. Athletic SuccessEveryone enjoys sports at RHP, including Mr. McCormack as the soccer referee.Our newest sport is a Middle School Lacrosse team.
46 Our Middle School Girls’ Soccer team won the League Championship. Athletic SuccessOur Middle School Girls’ Soccer team won the League Championship.
47 Athletic SuccessAll the volleyball teams did well, with the Girls’ Varsity going undefeated in League and making it to CIF Playoffs.
48 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 TatumParents Association President
49 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.
50 The RHP & Renaissance Community The Senior Class and the Gaudenti family donated shade coverings for the lunch area, greatly appreciated by the students.
51 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)FrisinasGaudentis HamiltonsMartzes
52 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.
53 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.
54 Special Events - November Mock voting, a pep rally, Grandparents’ & Friends’ Day, and the Fall Gala – Hollywood Comes to Life.
55 Special Events - January & February Fathers’ Breakfast, Classical Night, One Act Plays, College Night, and a Coffee House show.
56 Special Events – March & April Donor Appreciation Wine Tasting party, Golf Tournament, Prep Alumni Parents Association Party, and the Robotics Competition.
57 Special Events – May & June Cinco de Mayo festival lunch, Chamber of Commerce Mixer, Coffee House, Author’s Lunch, and the faculty/student softball game.
59 On the Road to Success33 Students graduated in 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
60 FinancialsRHP 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.
61 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.
62 Financials 2008-2009 Expenses 2008-2009 Revenue $4,199,703 Salaries & Wages$ 767,779 Employee Benefits$ 131,634 Professional Services$ ,600 Classroom Supplies$ ,722 Insurance$ 109,048 Campus Security$ 110,137 Advertising & Community Relations$ 193,466 Utilities & Equipment Leases$ ,991 Technology, Software & Textbook Purchases$ ,013 Event Transportation$ 119,129 Landscape & Building Maintenance$ 147,015 Bad Debt Expense$ 213,736 Other$ (80,057) Lease Facilities/rentals$ 6,100,914 Total Operating Expenses$ 464,259 Interest Expenses$ 6,565,172 TOTAL EXPENSES$ (81,287) Net for OperationsRevenue$4,884,041 Tuition Revenue$ 523,000 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
63 Operating Revenues $ 4,884,041 Tuition Revenue $ 523,000 $ ,884,041Tuition Revenue$ ,000Enrollment-related Fees$ ,557Annual Fund and Special Events$ ,287Auxiliary Programs and Misc.$ ,483,884Total Operating Revenue
64 Operating Expenses $4,199,703 Salaries and Wages $ 767,778 $ 767,778Employee Benefits$ 369,249Insurance, Security, Utilities and Event Transportation$ 241,771Professional Services, Advertising and Community Relations$ 122,591Classroom Supplies, Technology, Software and Textbooks$ 119,129Landscape and Building Maintenance$ 360,750Bad Debt Expense and Other
65 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!
66 Special Fund Donors *also listed under Giving Circles Scholarship Fund Donors*John ChengCarrie ConchaPushpa DoshiMark & Shelley HardyMike Kaplan & Rose ContrerasMark & Donna MacdonaldDavid & Maria MatsonJacob OlsonGeorgia SimmonsHealth Net of the Northeast, Inc.Key Container CompanyMA-COM Technology SolutionsThe Norris FoundationThe William and Jane SchlossFamily FoundationCapital Campaign Fund Donors*anonymousJose & Brigitte CollazoRick Curcio & Harriet WilburneMark & Donna MacdonaldRobert & Dorothy Van Nice
67 Giving Circle Donors Iditarod Circle $5000 and up Jose & Brigitte CollazoCarrie ConchaElliott & Barbara DeCrumpeRon & Martha DoorninkPushpa DoshiIrv Edwards & Debby Seacord EdwardsTerry Ferguson & Ernest ScheyhingRobert & Christine GaudentiKaren GlassmakerMark & Shelley HardyDominic & Sheryl IannittiMike Kaplan & Rose ContrerasMark & Donna MacdonaldSue MuratAustin & Czarina SuBruce & Faith TrotmanGriffith & Sandi WilliamsLead Dog Circle $Paul & Arline AppelSonny Chun & Hee KimDavid & Pamela CohenRick Curcio & Harriet WilburneRobert & Melanie FrankoSergio Guarro & Clorinda DonatoKevin & Lisa HunterRobert & Buckita LeffMichael Mann & Mary Vanderbur-MannPeter McCormack & Mary ToddDavid Olson & Ruth StevensFred Shooshani & Patricia Glenn
68 Giving Circle Donors Swing Dog Circle $1000-2499 Paul & Petra Appel Mary Lou BergArthur & Cathy BergJoal BodermannAndy & Laurie CaineJohn Cheng ‘98Michael & Terri ConnellyCari & Fred CorbalisBo & Robin DjordjevicScott & Kristine DouglasCarol & Jack EdwardsTom & Val EnglishWilliam & Robyn EpsteinJim & Mary FredrickRick & Tracy FruhlingPaul & Susan GallettiMathew & Rita GarlandPhilip & Jane GraingerGeoff & Cheryl GraueDeborah Green Powers & John PowersLouis & Diana HalperGeorge & Patricia HarunkWilliam Johnson & Susan McNaryHan-Sung Jung & Hyun Jin ParkDavid & Migeun KimDaniel & Carol KoleBernita KrumbachHae Wook Kwon & Doo Bong JoHyun Hee Lee & Kang ShinMichael Leung & Rebecca DavisSae Hwan & Tierney LimJorge & Ruth MarquezDavid & Maria MatsonSteven & Susan MattPaul & JoEllen NevansRichard & Jean OttoAnthony & Victoria PerezPatti PrestonStuart & Laurie RiceEdward & Joan RuttenbergDave & Carol SalzmanJung Hoon & Jae Hee ShinTai-Wook Shin & Nan-Sook LeeGeorgia SimmonsDelbert & Carmen SpivaThomas & Carol StreetGlen & Leilani SugaharaGina SulmeyerRoland SumiRichie & Deanna TatumRobert & Joy TaylorBud TufeldScott & Gigi WadeAdam WalchStephen & Barbara Wertheimer
69 Giving Circle Donors Wheel Dog Circle $500-999 Marvin & Linda Belzer Charles & Vanessa BlandGil & Jeanine BothwellWilliam & Amy ClarkSandra ClayRobert & Sharon CoorsOfelia DavidElizabeth DenhartJeff & Megan DuncanBarbara & John DyeKevin & Cheryl FitzsimmonsRuben & Tammy GarciaRichard & Alison GerberMargaret Guglielmo & Mike GainesStephen & Teri HerbstLee & Susan HillFrank & Denise HironakaJae & Young KimDavid & Kim KluthAndy & Ronda KopitoJulie & Paul MasonJames & Leslie McShaneKim MyersMinh & Thu Le NguyenMitchell & Ann OzawaHeung-Soo Park & Kyung-Ae KimJihyun ParkSteven & Joan PilkingtonNeal & Patricia PollackG. Frank & Jennifer PourziaThomas & Pat ResslerDigna Sales & Scott BeaselyHyun Kuk Shin & Do Young OkRachel SmithDavis & Anne SmithMichael St. Denis & Michelle DenneeGary StollarRobert & Dorothy Van NiceAlexander & Rose VargasBob & Hillary WattsSteve & Candice YokomizoNobuya & Naoko YoshidaHye Youn
70 Giving Circle Donors Point Dog Circle $250-499 Bruce & Marilyn Burrell Fred & Sandra CampbellJohn & Esther EkGreg & Randi GuntherCami HamiltonGail KaufmanBrian & Doreen KniginAndy & Tracy LivianChristopher & Lisa MartzJudith & Fred MishkinChris & Heidi MorrisJames & Lesley MungerMarcel Nagy & Saul FernandezRonald & Sheila PalmerRobert & Michele ShibuyaRajiv TrivediMickey & Monica TurnerDouglas & JoAnn WaybrightKeith & Pamela WilliamsJoy ZimnavodaRodney & Kyle BooneSteve & Malia CarlsenSteven & Valerie ContrerasWayne & Dianna CrawfordSalvatore & Beverly FrisinaPaula FuentesPete & Kimberlee GalanteJudith GassnerDebbi & Morris GelbartScott & Becky GrossmanRick & Kathy KaplanDale & Laura KitchenWalter & Kathleen KrumbachMax & Janette NardoniJacob Olson ‘03Trina PangelinaBen & Dora PascoGary PutteetMichel & Marta SumiGayle & Craig TaylorJohn & Jill WeisingerRalph & Linda WhitmoreLee & Meredith Zellweger
71 Giving Circle Donors Team Dog Circle $100-250 Tim & Joan Bauler Floristine BozarthPatrick & Cynthia BradleyTimothy & Lauren BramanLennie BrownBrian & Jenifer ConroyRussell & Julie CoserTony Di SantoKendra & Arthur DiamondJoSemie Dill-JacksonSal & Georgia FerrignoMichael & Rose-Marie FletcherFrank & JoAnn FrisinaMelvyn FrumesAnita GerlachJohn Gilligan & Carol BakerDavid & Donna GilroyJoseph & Stacey GreenJohn & Marion HamiltonFred HenryMichael & Margaret HirschEachan Holloway & Deborah DavisNancy HoweBrenda JacksonEhren Gaye JacobsCharles & Bobbi JohnsonDeok Joong Kim & Bo Yun ParkCarlos & Gabriela KnaudtRon & Patti KnollJae Young Ko & Eul Sook AhnGene & Gaile KoechelerGeorge & Terri KursarEric & Kris LastitionJoan LeeValerie Lesser-KeenanRuben & Andrea LittleFrank & Marilyn MalkocJavier & Jeanna MartinezGlenn & Connie MatsushimaDuncan & Michelle McBrideChuck & Maleah McKayDaniel & Ginger McNarySteven & Lee Anne MitchelJeff & Jennifer ModisettUvaldo & Elaine MontanoRobin & Colleen MooreSusan & Chad Moreau
72 Giving Circle Donors Point Dog Circle $100-250 Violet Moretti Zev NathanMinh Nguyen-Vo & Anh LongSteven & Deborah PedenJean Prewitt & Michael FitchEdward & Gloria RezekRick & Mary RobertiRussell & Renee RodgersGary & Shari RunnellsAmbrose & Frances RussoTed & Irma SanfordRobert & Marcia SmithDebra Smotherman & Mark HollanderAlan & Charlene SolomonConstance & Vernis StanleyBonnie Tann-DemminDan & Martha TraylorRobert & Kim ValleeNorma WatersMark & Therese Wilbur
73 Giving Circle Donors Team Dog Circle Rouena Benson-Massengale Michael Booth & Joanne Cherry-BoothJohn & Sheila BrayPat & Zo ByrnesLuis & Emily CastroJon & Lisa CeazanMike & Kris CollinsGeorgia CoxNancy CutshallIopu & D'Ann DeFriesAnna DoroshinaRobert & Anna Marie EncisoGerry EricssonMyrna & Mark EverhartBridgette GarciaRuth GilfordJohn & Pat GreenAlbert & Raeanne HernandezBill & Virginia HilkerWilliam & Janet HodgmanTerry & Cindy HoristEric & Karen HorowitzG. Lee Hudspeth & Elizabeth HarschClifford & Marinetta HughesJulie JacksBetty Ann KarambelasVincent & Patricia KennedyMarilyn KuptzRobert & Sheila LeftonFrances LimbirdGary & Sandy LloydVictoria Lovejoy & Steve HowertonRichard & Maureen LullAllison MaguireKelly MartinezKristina Martz ‘02John & Deborah McDonaldClaire McNaryBob Memefee & Evelyn CornBarbara MignosiMike & Dana MitchellChad & Susan MoreauEric & Anne MorganKevin & Cynthia O'ReillyGail OwensmithRichard & Beverly PalmerBobby & Rowena PhillipsBrooks & Cheryl ProvinchainFrances Ricks & David GraggDeanna Russo-BabajkoDaynabelle SantosSteve & Holly ScottMichael & Deborah SedlachekVictor & Lauralyn SerenoWilliam Stenton & Eleanor JustJudith SussmanKimberly ThomasFernand & Geraldine ValliereStephen & Allyson VargaElvira VirtueCandy WakinekonaLisa WaldmanMilton & Traci WatsonRuberta WeaverBrian & Laura WesleyFoster & Karen WinterMarc & Donna Wright
74 Donors Corporate & Foundation Donors Bank of America Barclays Capital Boeing Gift Matching ProgramBP Foundation Inc.Capital Group CompaniesCoastline Equity, IncHealth Net of Northeast, Inc.Key Container CompanyMA-COM Technology SolutionsNorthrup Grumman Litton FoundationNuveen Investments, LLCOracle CorporationRaytheon CompanySan Pedro Democratic ClubSun Microsystems FoundationThe Norris FoundationThe William and Jane Schloss Family FoundationTime WarnerToyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.Wells FargoWestern Asset Management
75 Faculty & Staff Donors Robert Adam Richard & Melinda Alcott Marvin & Linda BelzerBruce & Marilyn BurrellFred & Sandra CampbellOlivia & Douglas CarnahanRobert & Donna CloerSandra del CastilloBarbara & John DyeElissa & Gary EastvedtJonathan EricksonBryonna & Joe FiscoDebbi & Morris GelbartMichelle GesslerCheryl & Geoff GraueCami HamiltonZachary HerndonEachan Holloway & Deborah DavisAmanda HughesEmily IslerMatthew JohnsonJennifer & Matt KirmerBrian & Doreen KniginRachel LeatherburyVictoria LovejoyPatricia MagonyDixie MalettaKaren MartinsPeter McCormack & Mary ToddWendy MoffatHeidi & Chris MorrisKim MyersMarcel NagySalvador NavaCharlotte OduroGeorge PalErica RamosJenny RasakThomas & Pat ResslerChristine & John RobertsMegan RobertsRachel RubinYvonne RuizSarah SchoettleMaria SherAmy Stewart-JohnstonGary StollarGayle & Craig TaylorJohn TrauschNatalia TritesMatthew Van EttenAdam WalchMatt WilkensJoy Zimnavoda
76 Thank you for your interest and support during the 2008-2009 school year! Peter McCormack & the Board of Trustees,Students, Faculty & Staff ofRolling Hills Prep School & Renaissance School