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.
Investing in Your Child's Future
Thank you for considering a Charlotte Country Day School education for your family. For most families, investing in an independent school education requires careful financial planning. As you will learn through the admissions process, families find great value in the Country Day educational experience and the distinctive way in which we prepare our students for the future.
As a school, we seek to admit talented and motivated students, regardless of family resources. Central to preparing our students for this world is creating a socioeconomically diverse academic community. In fact, research has proven that a diverse environment leads to better learning outcomes for all students. Therefore, families who feel the full tuition cost is out of their reach should not hesitate to visit or apply to the school. We are here to help you determine the best options for your family with this very important educational investment.
2017–18 Tuition Schedule
We encourage families to apply for financial assistance where needed. Financial aid helps close the gap between the costs of attending and a family's ability to pay, as determined by the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS). Financial aid is awarded annually in the form of grants and are based upon a demonstration of financial need, coupled with a student's individual merits. In addition to financial aid, several payment plans are available to accommodate family budgeting and planning needs.
2016–17 At a Glance
Learn more about Affording Country Day.
"I came to Country Day as a sophomore because my parents wanted to keep me safe from the war going on in my home country. They were able to pay full tuition my first two years, and I also worked part-time to help. My family is deeply grateful for the support that the school gave us. I fell in love with Country Day and I'm extremely thankful."
Valeriia Litvonia '17, exchange student from Kiev, Ukraine (International Club president, Diversity Awareness Forum, International Student Board, National Honor Society, Aquilifer, French Club, Environmental Awareness Club, and Film Club