There is no typical alumna/alumnus of Sacramento Country Day School. You can find our alumni living all over the world and in a wide range of professions – from artists to doctors, athletes to writers, and more.
Whether you attended Sacramento Country Day for one year or graduated as a “Lifer,” you’re a part of our community and will always be welcome as a friend. We invite you to come back to campus anytime for a tour or visit. Take a moment now to make sure we have your current contact information or share news, connect with us through social media, read about some of our graduates, and check out the calendar of upcoming alumni events.
We often talk about offering the “education of a lifetime,” and hope the Country Day experience continues long after graduation. The Alumni Office is here to help you stay connected with classmates, teachers, friends, and the school. If you have questions about anything you find on this website, or want to arrange a campus visit, contact alumni director Amy Nelson Wells ’98.
“Great teacher,” Meeker said of Dan Neukom. “Knew how to get to you.”
The Sacramento Bee, July 17, 2015
Sometimes, to make indelible impressions, you’ve got to pluck history out of the dustbin and buff out layers of archaic patina to bring forth a sheen that exposes the vivid and the visceral.
Amanda Meeker learned that early. Ninth grade, 1984. Sacramento Country Day School. Mr. Neukom’s Intro to Ancient History class.
“Great teacher,” Meeker said of Dan Neukom. “Knew how to get to you. Like, he told us the way Egyptians embalmed their mummies. They pulled out their brains through their noses. I don’t know if it’s true. That’s my piece of gospel I’ve never checked out.”