On March 17, Country Day will host “The Many Stages of Adolescent
Development with Monica Shapiro, LCSW,” an evening focused the
different stages of development as they relate to middle
school-aged children. Ms. Shapiro, a licensed clinical social
worker, will discuss Piaget and Erikson’s Stages of Development
along with the milestones and markers of each stage. Following
her presentation, there will be group discussions and a question
and answer session.
The event will be held in Matthews Library from 6 – 7 p.m. Please
RSVP below by March 13. Please note that on-campus childcare will
not be provided during the event.
For questions about this event, please contact Head of Middle
In 2018, Country Day High School student Brianna (‘21) set out to
honor the legacy of Dr. Carroll Cooks, founder of “No Child Left
Behind,” by launching her own 501c3 non-profit organization,
The program helps remove the barriers to success encountered by
underserved K-8 youth by cultivating a core of dedicated
volunteers who provide practical academic support and serve as
positive role models during one-hour tutoring sessions after
school at the Oak Park Community Center.
Country Day Middle School Teachers Ed Bolman and Kelly Bornmann
play an important role in helping 6th grade students acclimate to
middle school, engage meaningfully in our program, and begin
paving the way for a successful high school experience. This blog
is a fun look at what they think makes our middle school program
Sacramento, CA – Today, as part of its
partnership with STEM.org to rank America’s Best STEM High
Schools, Newsweek released its ranking of the top 5,000 STEM high
schools for 2019.
Sacramento Country Day School ranked 680. With approximately
37,000 high schools in the U.S., this puts Country Day within the
top 2% of high schools in the nation. Earlier this
year, Country Day also was named the #1 Best High School for STEM
in Sacramento by Niche.com.
Sacramento, CA – Sacramento Country Day School
has earned the 2018 College Board AP® Computer Science
Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation
in AP Computer Science Principles. The award recognizes schools
that are closing the gender gap and engaging more female students
in computer science coursework in AP Computer Science Principles
and AP Computer Science A. Out of more than 18,000 secondary
schools worldwide that offer AP courses, Country Day is one of
only 685 schools to accomplish this.
SACRAMENTO, CA – Sacramento Country Day School, the leading PK-12 independent school in the Sacramento region, this week released its updated Strategic Plan. The plan consists of three main pillars and outlines specific goals and various actions steps to implement each goal over the next five years.