Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of September 9–14, 2019.
Studies show that one in five people has a dyslexic brain profile. Dyslexia Awareness Month is coming up in October, and Key School at Carolina Day School and the Key Learning Center encourage all families to learn about this fascinating neurology and the unique gifts and challenges this brain profile presents.
Collecting and using data can help inform, personalize, and drive instruction. Lower School learning specialists Bess Bryan and Tara Hewitt give an overview of how gathering data and responding to it is the centerpiece of responsive instruction, and why that's valuable to students and parents.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of September 1–8, 2019.
The fall athletic season is in full swing. Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of August 25—31, 2019.
Throughout the year, as part of Carolina Day School's robust college counseling program, college representatives visit the campus of Carolina Day School. In September, Carolina Day School will be welcoming to campus representatives from nearly 30 institutions of higher learning.
Laura Vaccaro Seeger, New York Times bestselling author and illustrator and a two-time winner of the Caldecott Honor Award, recently visited with Carolina Day School students in Pre-K, K, and Grade 1.
CDS alumna Hannah Massen ’18, a rising sophomore at Elon University, has been serving as a summer intern at Mountain Xpress. In this article, the Xpress brings us up-to-speed with Hannah’s summer activities and her experiences as a budding journalist.
Grade 8 science teacher Brett Mayer describes a project that aims to prepare Middle School students to develop a sense of efficacy in the face of increasingly complex social, environmental, and economic challenges. The challenge for students? Design a three-dimensional solution to a real problem in Asheville.
Olympic contender Solomon Goldstein wins silver and bronze medals at the biggest junior Olympic archery tournaments of 2019.
D'Angelo Elliott, a 2019 graduate of Carolina Day School, has signed an NJCAA grant-in-aid to play college basketball at Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC) in Greensboro.
Carolina Day School has taken a significant step in reducing its carbon footprint and energy costs by installing a 112-kilowatt solar system.
The Asheville teams placed fourth (women) and eighth in the nation (men), competing against 150 teams nation-wide.
The US Society of Literature, Art, Music, and Media (SLAMM)—comprised of students who voluntarily meet weekly during lunch—inspired, collected, edited, and formatted student and faculty writing, artwork, dance, music, and the Upper School one-act play to produce both a printed and online version of Interrobang. The faculty adviser is Susan White; the Editors-in-Chief are Catherine Davis '20 and Mary Manning Holmes '20.
Carolina Day School rising senior Ryan Philip raised nearly $50,000 to benefit children in the African village of Rwinkwavu in Rwanda. Ryan was inspired by a visit to the town last summer with family working with Partners in Health, a nonprofit based in Boston that supplies medical services and improves health systems in areas of extreme poverty around the world.
The NCISAA Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association (NCISAATFCCCA) announced the recipients of the 2019 Track and Field Athletes of the Year and Coaches of the Year Awards. Lee Langstaff '20 is the recipient of the Track and Field Athlete of the Year Award in the 3A classification.
Upper School Grade 9 Dean and History Department Chair David Hertzinger delivered the faculty address to the Class of 2019 at the school's Commencement ceremonies.
Following a fantastic showing at the CAA Conference Championships, the Carolina Day School Track and Field teams advance to the NCISAA Division II Track and Field Championships taking place Friday, May 17–Sat May 18, 2019, at Gaston Christian School.
Carolina Day School defeated Hickory Grove Christian Academy 2-1 on Tuesday in the NCISAA 3A semifinals to advance to the girls soccer team's first championship game since 2004. The Wildcats will travel to Kinston, NC, where they will face off against Arendell Parrott Academy in the state championship game Saturday, May 18, at 7 p.m.