On the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a special moment occurred among a group of teenage boys born several years after 2001. Read the backstory behind the photo and the beaming smile on the face of senior Emmanual Omari, who goes by Omari.
Student life is an important part of the Country Day experience. Students can choose from a variety of clubs, student government, extra-curricular activities, and after-school programs to explore their interests while having fun outside the classroom.
Upper School student Alexandra Lostetter starts club and hosts coding lessons and share knowledge of STEM-related fields.
This past fall, Country Day students, employees, and families have stepped up in numerous ways to support Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, by donating thousands of pounds of food. The next opportunity to help those in need is December 18, and we hope everyone in our community can help make a difference.
Nearly 3,000 Grateful Grams written by our students and parents demonstrate an outpouring of appreciation, support, and kind words for our faculty and staff.
Video and photo highlights of the 72nd annual Lower School Halloween Parade, our school's longest tradition dating back to 1948.