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“Too many people are afraid to make a mistake. Accepting failure helps students develop a growth mindset, which will serve them well for the rest of their lives.”
“What I hope I see is a student body that feels they are empowered to name any issue that they see– it's their campus. We want every student and faculty member to see this as their home.”
“The ability to think critically really gives me a sense of confidence. When I'm able to form strong arguments or really strong opinions, I feel like I'm capable of making change.”
“To make friends at Country Day is so easy. Even in class, they are so welcoming to new ideas, and it's just so much collaboration that really helps you develop here.”
Rated the Region’s Best PK – 12th
PK – 12th Grade Students
Self-identified Students of Color
* out of total reporting
in Tuition Assistance
Four-year College Acceptance
National Merit Commended or Semifinalists
Faculty with Advanced Degrees
Four high school students spent last week in St. Louis, joining 2000 other independent school students for the NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Sacramento Country Day was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from Consolidated Communications’ “Consolidated Connects Educational Grant Program" to support its program to create a more efficient and automated vehicle. Grant funding will support our school’s effort to bridge a gap between the physical skills and the technology and innovation that is taught in multiple classes.
On November 4, the High School Robotics team "Hoot and Compute" #24123 competed in their first-ever FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) league event, placing 5th of 13 participating teams. FTC teams build and program an aluminum robot to navigate an arena while avoiding obstacles and moving objects to score points. This year's Robot Game, Centerstage, challenges teams to place plastic "pixels" on a backdrop, throw a paper airplane, and finish with a pull-up.
STEAM is for more than just our older students at Country Day. STEAM Stations in Kindergarten help students learn about the world around us! Every other week, the Kindergartners get to experiment, investigate, problem-solve, create, and explore. Each set of STEAM Stations have a unified theme that often enriches what they are learning about in class, or what is happening at that time in the world.