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Nine seniors collaborate with researchers on a college-level project to research, design, and 3D print dynamic physical models of proteins to help understand how they fold.
On March 5, the College Board administers the "new SAT" for the first time. Our Director of College Counseling shares her expertise on preparing for this change.
Students learn to think critically and strategically about problem-solving
On the heels of yet another state championship this fall, Calvin Davis, head coach of Country Day's boys' and girls' tennis teams, was recently named the Professional Tennis Registry Member of the Year for the state of North Carolina.
The Country Day Athletics Department recognized the college commitments of five Buc student-athletes in a formal ceremony on February 10, the second of three such events Country Day will host this year.
Setting the foundation for tackling ever more complex learning in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM).
In the past eight years, the number of science courses in the Upper School has grown from 12 to 21, and students regularly double up and take an independent study. Upper School Teacher Charles Tuttle developed a structural engineering course at Country Day with preparation for rigorous college programs in mind.
Teachers have more interactive tools to help them deepen student understanding and better assess progress.
Country Day is the first area school to be named a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School
Seven Country Day seniors were formally recognized in a ceremony Monday for their commitments to play college sports at NCAA Division I schools.