Our mission is to enrich your Roeper experience by increasing the sense of community among Roeper parents and deepening understanding of the Roeper Philosophy. RPC does this by nurturing volunteerism, organizing and hosting social and community events, developing opportunities through parent classes & guest speakers, and serving as a channel of communication between parents and the school.
As parent or guardian of a Roeper student or alum, you are automatically a member of the RPC.
You Make A Difference
We offer a variety of opportunities for parents/guardians throughout the year; volunteering in the classroom, at events, or joining a parent committee are just a few ways to stay engaged. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about options.
RPC Coffee Talks take place monthly and provide information to parents regarding upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, and other information. We also host a speaker at each coffee talk who presents from a wide range of topics from parenting to child development to gifted education and more. Refreshments are offered and childcare is provided at no cost.
RPC hosts many events throughout the year for Lower School families. Some favorites are the Family Dance Parties, Trunk or Treat, and the Summer Send-Off Pool Party. All events are for the entire family and free of charge. Food and fun are always included!
These dinners are hosted by our RPC New Family Liaisons and take place on campus in October. This is a special dinner to give new families an opportunity to meet each other, our parent group leadership, and Roeper Administrators. It is an informal evening of conversation and connection.
Roeperfest is our annual Back to School ALL-SCHOOL gathering! Taking place in September each year, this is a wonderful opportunity to engage with the entire Roeper Community.
Roeperfest also serves as a fundraising opportunity for our Middle and Upper School Student Groups. Student-run booths offer food, beverages, and treats. The funds earned help to cover the costs of club activities and class trips. There are also many free activities for kids of all ages, including bounce houses, slides, and a rock-climbing wall.