Remote Learning In Action

Our Carolina Day community is adapting to a changing environment—students, teachers, parents, staff—and there are remarkable stories to be shared in this collective adaptation to change. Over the coming days and weeks we will regularly update this page, so stay tuned! 

Lee Langstaff catching air

Carolina Day School senior Lee Langstaff will pursue the sport of basketball at the college level, having signed his national letter of intent with the Indians, the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division 1 athletic program for USC Salkehatchie.

Wildcat Workout Challenge: Staying active from home

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!

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.

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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.

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