Congratulations to the Carolina Day School girls tennis team and varsity boys soccer team! This weekend they both received invites to the 2019 North Carolina Independent Schools State Championship Tournaments.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of September 29–October 5, 2019.
Enjoy these athletic highlights from our coaches for the week of September 23–28, 2019.
Virtual reality technology provides students with new context and inspiration for learning about cultures and languages.
Guests from Honduras spoke to several classes in Carolina Day's Lower School, with CDS Spanish teacher Señora Blanco translating. These guests, who own and work on an organic coffee farm in Honduras, are visiting Asheville to speak with area businesses about their work.
We sometimes take for granted that language provides the critical key to understanding. But language—especially when taught in an enriched educational environment with experienced teachers—truly is a catalyst for gaining deeper knowledge about ourselves and the world. The direct positive effects of a culture-rich curriculum on academic excellence are proven.
At CDS, there are many points of entry for our students to access this world of understanding.
Our new Wildcats Spirit Store is the place to buy all your favorite Wildcat spirit gear!
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.