Country Day will open on a regular schedule on January 19. Administrators have monitored the weather and surrounding roads for safe travel. Thanks to our plant operations team, the campuses are clear and ready for school.
We understand that some neighborhood roads may not be completely cleared. Please make the safest decision for your family or student driver in the morning. If you believe roads in your neighborhood are unsafe for travel, please do not drive to school until you feel it is safe to do so.
Our Culture of Philanthropy
A vibrant culture of philanthropy has sustained our ability to offer excellence in education for more than 75 years.
Together, we help every student attain his or her personal best. Tuition, of course, plays the largest role in our ability to serve students. Yet it only covers 85% of our annual budget.
The Country Day Fund
We are fortunate to have widespread support for the school's top giving priority—the Country Day Fund—which benefits every student, in every classroom, every day. It's fundamental to the school's operating budget and the reason we are so deeply appreciative of broad participation from our entire Country Day community: parents, alumni, faculty and staff, parents of alumni, grandparents, and friends of the school.
Also important to the school's short- and long-term sustainability are gifts to endowment, which help provide professional development for our faculty and scholarship for students, as well as gifts to capital projects, which support the facilities and infrastructure necessary for 21st century learning. And fundraising and time given by our parent groups support “extras" that enhance the Country Day experience for our students.