The Country Day experience would not be what it is without the entire community’s commitment to our students. The Annual Fund is one of the most vital ways that our community members can help us further our mission and fulfill our commitment to ever-increasing excellence. For this reason, we ask everyone in the Country Day community to support the Annual Fund as generously as possible.
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Over the course of Headmaster Repsher’s 13-year tenure at Sacramento Country Day School, he increased financial aid from $355,000 to $1,800,000 and he increased diversity from 18% to 42%. Help us honor Steve’s remarkable legacy with a gift to the newly created Stephen T. Repsher Scholarship Fund.
Please call the development office at 916-481-8811 for assistance or with any questions.
Capital Giving supports costly improvements to the school’s programs and physical plant. One of the current capital projects for which the fundraising is still underway, is the beautiful new Middle School Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology.
From 1980 to 2006, Barbara Lazar brought light to the Lower School at Country Day through her rich and vibrant music program. She nurtured young children to have a love of music and to share their joyfulness for music with others.
The recipient of the Music Award will be a high school student at SCDS who demonstrates one or more of the following:
Gifts to the Endowment strengthen the financial health and flexibility of Country Day. The SCDS Endowment is comprised of several named endowed funds, some of which were established to honor family members and friends.
Donors may also direct gifts to a particular program, project, or need. If you are interested in restricting your support to any cause not mentioned below, please contact Director of Advancement, Carolyn Woolf, at 916-481-8811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beloved middle school English teacher Lauren LaMay passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, July 19. She and her dear friend, Geoff Wong, were recently home from a “Sound of Music” tour of Central Europe, where Lauren had “been thrilled by the sights and sounds of the adventure.” Lauren hadn’t felt well since their return and Wednesday evening she collapsed and, despite CPR, died at the hospital. We do not yet know the underlying cause.