Monthly Archives: October 2012

Admitted, But Left Out Could Use A Bridge

Delving into the NYT piece, “Admitted, But Left Out” (here) on Friday, I was eager for RIISE to reference it as we continue to bridge the gaps between families of color and private independent schools. By the time I finished reading the article, I had to take a deep breath. So much was covered, but […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

“Admitted, But Left Out” Could Use A Bridge

Delving into the NYT piece, “Admitted, But Left Out” (here) on Friday, I was eager for RIISE to reference it as we continue to bridge the gaps between families of color and private independent schools. By the time I finished reading the article, I had to take a deep breath. So much was covered, but […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Clennon King Speaks at Fall Boutique Recruitment Event

Clennon King 20121009

I am an African American father who has long been a fan of boarding schools. Part of the reason is I attended one. So, when my marriage of 14 years began unraveling, I decided with my wife at the time that boarding school might be in our two sons’ best interest. And not only did […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment