The arts are integral to the complete education we provide our students in JK–12. Our robust program includes visual art, vocal and instrumental music, and drama—all essential manifestations of the human spirit. The entire school community benefits from the remarkable talents of our students and their teachers through student-produced fine arts events, exhibits, a yearly film festival, and drama productions. We invite you to join us at our events.
Friends of the Arts
Interested in getting involved with the arts and volunteering? Consider joining Friends of the Arts (FOTA), a volunteer parent organization dedicated to supporting Country Day's fine arts programs in all divisions. Check out the volunteer opportunities.
Students participated in the NCTC High School Play Festival: Virtual Showcase!
As published in QCity. Art teachers Stacy Utley, Makayla Binter, and Dwayne Wilson discuss how the school is embracing a broader understanding of art, incorporating more artists of color and female artists into our curriculum.
18 Country Day faculty and staff participated in the annual Faculty/Staff Art Exhibition. Because we couldn't host a gallery reception this year, please enjoy this virtual tour and hear from our artists--one of whom picked up her skills during quarantine.
- Five 2018 Blumey Award nominations for The Drowsy Chaperone, including Best Musical
- Back-to-back state championships for one-act plays in 2017 and 2018
- Multiple awards for direction, production design, choreography, and acting from the NC Theater Association
- Across all divisions, the theater arts program involves
—878 cast members and 40 crew members
—53 performances per year
—275 parent and faculty volunteers
—530+ hours of rehearsal