Chestertown Tea Party Distance Classic
to benefit Radcliffe Creek School
The Chestertown Tea Party Distance Classic Race to benefit Radcliffe Creek School is a staple of the Festival, attracting hundreds of runners. Both a 5K and 10K can be walked/run, starting at Wilmer Park on Saturday morning.
For more than 25 years, Radcliffe Creek School has been home to a diverse group of learners who excel in a hands-on, multi-sensory learning environment. Our acclaimed programs and methodologies, taught by our dedicated staff, allow us to tap into a student’s true potential ⎯ whether they struggle with dyslexia, autism, anxiety, ADHD, or simply desire specific and individualized instruction. At Radcliffe Creek, anyone is welcome and every student is seen as having limitless potential.
For 27 years, the critical purpose of the Chestertown Tea Party Distance Classic and Run for Radcliffe Creek School has been to raise money for the school’s need-based scholarship fund. This year’s mission remains in keeping with that history. More than half of the enrolled students require need-based financial aid. It is a core belief of the founder, the board, and the Radcliffe community that each and every student – especially those who are neurodivergent – deserves to learn in an environment that encourages and empowers them to thrive. Your contribution, your sponsorship, and your act of solidarity help guarantee that belief is brought to life.