Since we aren't currently able to come together as teams and workout or attend gyms it can be easy to forget how important it is to get up and get moving. The CDS Athletic Department has created a challenge for Middle and Upper School students to get up and get active!
No doubt there is even more anxiety in our community around the college application and acceptance process than usual. Carolina Day’s director of college counseling Jessica Browning is working diligently to make sure the college process continues to be smooth and supported for our students. Here are examples of activities taking place this week to help families navigate the changes with confidence.
Carolina Day School is an accredited member of Southern Association of Independent Schools, and they are offering a free webinar called "Parenting in a Time of Crisis" on April 2 focusing on the challenge of parenting in these unprecedented days.
A beloved member of the CDS community, former Head of School Dr. Beverly H. Sgro served the school for eleven years and has remained a mentor and advisor for many of us in the decade since.
Carolina Day School had a great showing at the Odyssey of the Mind Regional Tournament at McDowell High School on March 7, 2020. CDS brought four teams and all four teams qualified to advance to the State Tournament.
CDS librarians Sandy Pyeatt and Stephanie Howell offer some great resources–digital as well as print—available to your students through your public library.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the first week of the spring season. Let's go 'Cats!
Congratulations to the following student-athletes for receiving CAA All-Conference recognitions in their sport! Way to go, 'Cats!
Last Friday at Grandparents and Friends Day, CDS announced a new and exciting challenge to the community.
We know you join us in a desire to reassure your children who may be anxious and asking questions about the coronavirus. Carolina Day School counselors have put together this list of resources which you may find helpful when having these conversations.
Anderson Lawler ’20 will pursue track and field at the college level, having signed his national letter of intent with the Charlotte 49ers, UNC Charlotte's NCAA Division I athletic program. Congratulations, Anderson!
Reporter Tammy Watford at WLOS News 13 came by Carolina Day School for a visit during Valentine's Day Week. Our youngest students gave her a special valentine and shared their thoughts with her about why it's important to be kind to others.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches as we wrap up the winter season. Way to go, 'Cats!
Carolina Day Upper School students in the Society of Literature, Art, Music, and Media (SLAMM), have been honored with a REALM First Class distinction—the highest distinction possible—for their 2018-19 Literary & Arts Magazine, Interrobang.
The Carolina Day School community gathered on campus to celebrate track and field standout Mary Scott Robinson ’20, who will pursue the sport at the college level at Middlebury College in Vermont. Congratulations, Mary Scott!
Carolina Day School congratulates the students whose works were selected from among thousands entered into the Southeast Regional division of the Scholastic Writing Awards.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of January 20–29, 2020.
Building on generations of affiliation with and leadership and support of Asheville Country Day School and Carolina Day School , George H. V. Cecil has established a scholarship in honor and remembrance of his wife, Nancy Owen Cecil, that will provide students in western North Carolina access to a Carolina Day education.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of January 13–18, 2020.
Congratulations to the CDS students recognized in the WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards, sponsored by Asheville Art Museum.