Brothers Foster and William Harris '20 built a Web site for Naturalize Charlotte to serve as a central hub of information to aid eligible residents seeking to be naturalized.
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Brad Touma came to Country Day in 1987 to teach history and coach lacrosse. Over the past three decades, he has not only built an exceptional program, but has built strong relationships with the students he teaches and coaches.
Bennett '20 is a member of the tennis team and a leader who gives back to his community through Project UNIFY, an arm of the Special Olympics.
The Upper School musical, Catch Me If You Can, proved to be another show stopper. Director of Theater Arts, Jenny Goodfellow, shares the secret to the program’s success.
After teaching at Western Carolina University for several years, Dr. Lott joined the Upper School Science Department in 2017. She shares how Country Day students and facilities compare to the college setting.
Leadership is among the ideals to which Country Day has always aspired. Board of Trustees Chair Todd Gorelick '82 shares his perspective on what leadership means.
We caught up with Grant Steelman ’14, one of the first Country Day students to participate in our program that connects Upper School students with hands-on research opportunities at university science labs. On November 8, 14 current students presented their summer research at the seventh annual Science Symposium.
Zoe is the 31st Country Day senior to be offered the prestigious and highly selective Morehead-Cain Scholarship to attend UNC-Chapel Hill. In fact, she is the sixth Country Day recipient in seven years.
Middle School students explore local and global environmental issues and take part in the scientific process by proactively testing solutions.
How we integrate age-appropriate aspects of design thinking and engineering into play-based learning. These simple activities helps set the foundation for the kinds of skills students need in the future.
A senior shares her impressive independent science study.
Students design and develop therapeutic games for children with cerebral palsy.
Nigel Denny '19 and James Welsh '19 design an app for Country Day's 9th-12th graders to help improve the overall Upper School experience.
Elizabeth '19 conducts innovative chemistry experiments for a course she designed, called Textile Exploration.
Putting her stellar bilingual skills into action, Laura created a one-week camp experience for underserved rising first graders.
Middle School Art Teacher Dwayne Wilson has a passion for using the power of art as a tool to help lower-income, minority youth manage and rise above their daily challenges.
Aishwarya ’19 created a club to bring awareness about domestic violence to her teenage peers.
How an Upper School student is making an impact with the Charlotte Refugee Center.
Visual and performing arts help develop the critical-thinking, risk-taking, problem-solving, and collaboration skills needed to lead and thrive in the 21st century.
A Lower School students shares how he's made a difference for Loaves and Fishes.
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