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We're proud and excited to commemorate 75 amazing years. Throughout the year, we celebrated in ways large, small, and in between by bringing the 75 Years theme to all school events and activities. Thank you for celebrating this special year with us! 

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Highlights of the 75th Year

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Review the images that reflect the celebrations during our 75th anniversary year and hear from the 75th anniversary co-chairs!
131 seniors will attend 75 different colleges and universities in 24 different states, DC, England, and France
Long-standing school records fell and state championships were won, as Country Day concluded its 2016-17 athletics year on a high note.
Five of this year's 10 retirees have given more than 20 years of service to Country Day and our students.
Iconic coach Ed Walton reflects on some of the highlights of his prolific coaching career in the Country Day baseball program.
Kelly Walton Miller '90 and Kristen Walton Wester '93 share much more than a maiden name; they are passionate, loyal advocates of Country Day who generously give their time, resources, and expertise to ensure their alma mater continues to live out its mission and reach its full potential.
Maggie Daniel '07, now an assistant coach for the varsity girls' soccer team, recently discussed what the soccer program meant to her as a player and coach.
This 34-year tradition instills confidence, compassion, and gratitude
Started by the Parents' Association in 1961, Big Saturday is one of our school's longest traditions...and it happens again April 22!
Parents' Association celebrated seven employees with more than 20 years of service to Country Day.
Sally is the fourth Country Day senior in five years to receive this highly selective merit scholarship to attend UNC-Chapel Hill.
On two days in March, Country Day students did their part to help increase Charlotte's tree canopy.
Celebrating a 75-year tradition of serving others
Hundreds of art enthusiasts of all ages attended the Artists' Reception and enjoyed an evening of beautiful art created by 38 alumni representing the classes of 1973-2016. Learn more about the show and view photos from the reception.
Leigh Moran, Jamie McLawhorn, Calvin Davis, and MC Belk Pilon '92 honored
Students, faculty, and staff have given more than 1,900 volunteer hours of service so far this year
ICYMI: Check out our new video, along with the many ways our community has joined in the celebration and helped tell our Country Day story.
Holiday traditions bring the Country Day community together year after year
Former Country Day volleyball and softball coach, Suzie Pignetti, recently shared her thoughts on her time at Country Day.
Stephanie, who blazed the trail for female golfers at Country Day and returned to pilot the program, looks back on her experiences as a Country Day student-athlete.
Former Country Day coach will be honored at Tuesday's match vs. High Point Christian.
Coach Calvin Davis recently offered up his insights on his state championship teams and the tradition of tennis excellence at Country Day.
Mike Cofer '82 and Alvin Pearman '01 are two alums who realized their professional football dreams. And they kick off our celebration of outstanding student-athletes.
Antonia Keen '13, Lindsey Brady '14, and Jocelyn Purdie '14 offered up insights into how their experiences at Country Day helped take them to the next level in cheerleading.
Thousands of students, faculty, alumni, retired faculty, and parents gathered on September 22 to celebrate our school's 75 years of community.
Mike Cofer '82 and Alvin Pearman '01 each realized the professional football dream. These men offered up reflections on their careers and thoughts on how playing football at Country Day set them up for success at the collegiate and professional levels.
In honor of our 75th anniversary and our tradition of service, Country Day is supporting 75 local families through Beds for Kids.
We opened our doors 75 years ago! Take part in the celebration by sharing your favorite Country Day memories.
From sports pioneers John Cook and Win Robinson to current prolific coaches, the Bucs have a long tradition of having outstanding leaders guide our students to successful athletic careers.
Parents, teachers, and administrators celebrate the 131 members of the Class of 2017

Our Acorn

The oak tree is symbolic for Country Day, and particularly the acorn of an oak tree, which has been an element in our school seal since it was first introduced in 1960. Read more about the story of our acorn.

Charlotte Country Day School
1440 Carmel Rd Road, Charlotte,
NC North Carolina 28226
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