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"There is no better way to understand the difference a Country Day education makes than by visiting our campus. Join us for Open House, October 21, 9 am-12 pm and schedule a private tour to explore a day in the life of our students.”
“We're not here to fill the kettle. We're here to stoke the fire. We have to create the space where our young creatives can do their best work.”
“Everyone was just so compassionate. They understood where I was coming from, they understood what I was trying to do, and they helped me execute that.”
“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
This summer, Grace Zhao ‘24 was a semi-finalist in a competitive, national one-on-one Gladiator Mock Trial Tournament. The winner is hailed as the nation's best “mock trialer.” Just to get there as one of the thirty six students, out of the hundreds of applicants, is quite an honor.
Country Day student Saheb Gulati ‘25 has created and launched the Pivotal Essay Contest for high school students to engage with the world’s most pressing problems.
How exciting to see our students working together in the world! Phoebe Rogers ‘29 provided a fun book review to Elise Craig ‘02 for a special kids section of the New York Times.
Country Day teachers are lifelong learners who are always striving to improve their teaching. Many Lower School faculty members spent summer time learning more about thoughtful, systematic writing instruction by taking The Writing Revolution training and will be adjusting their writing instruction and grade-level curriculum maps accordingly.
Responsive Classroom is an evidence-based approach to teaching and discipline that focuses on engaging academics, positive community, effective management, and developmental awareness. It ensures that students' needs for belonging, significance, and fun are met in each classroom and encourages positive engagement throughout the school day.