Listening for the Needs Behind the Questions

"Helping students develop the skill of envisioning what is possible, especially during unusual and challenging times, will certainly help them navigate uncharted territory both now and in the future." —Alicia Cardina

In an article published in the Center for Responsive Schools Journal for Social and Emotional Learning, Carolina Day teacher Alicia Cardina proposes that listening for the needs behind the questions is key in navigating the unknown while still delivering a meaningful educational experience to students.

Honors Papers 2019-20

Honors papers recognizes exemplary Academic Writing Across Upper School disciplines. This year's honors papers were written by Ada Dorie Miles, Amelia Ellsworth Sullivan, Lucinda Elisabeth Inés Marmolejos, Caroline Brett Koon, Zachary Lubin Philip, Westray Nicoll Keeler, Dylan Blue Richardson Dunn, Sofia Reeves Fox, Kathryn Olivia Laurel Wood, Henry Forbes Fowler, William Thomas McCollough, Julia Marina Matin, and Liza Joy Heck.

Carolina Day senior Chilly Curwen signs to cross country and track & field at UNC Asheville

The Carolina Day School community had a virtual signing ceremony celebration earlier this week for Chilton “Chilly” Curwen, who will pursue cross country and track & field at the college level. Curwen signed his national letter of intent with the Bulldogs, UNC Asheville’s NCAA Division I athletic program.

Senior Night 2020

To honor the accomplishments of athletes across WNC, the Citizen Times presents a virtual senior night to share with parents, players and coaches who are missing out on these special nights due to the current COVID-19 situation. Please take a moment to scroll through this list and help us honor our Carolina Day School seniors!

College Counseling: Navigating a new reality

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.