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Welcome Country Day Alumni!

Welcome Home, Cajuns!

Now more than ever, we appreciate the community and connection that makes Country Day unique. From our exceptional and nurturing faculty and staff who form our foundation to our outstanding students and alumni, Country Day epitomizes genuine connection between and among our people. These connections and values endure well beyond graduation and through generations as we continue the Country Day Tradition.

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Jennifer LaCorte Marsiglia 1997
Director of Alumni Relations | (504) 849-3114

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Alumni News

List of 6 news stories.

  • Alumni Spotlight :: Malik Collins Spady, 1988

    “I was surrounded by education on one side of my family, and by civil rights (leaders) on the other... With me, that positive support had a huge impact. I think I overachieved, not that I’m a superhero.” Thank you, Malik Collins Spady, 1988, for carrying forward that support to positively impact our community! Check out the full story here!
  • Pre-K Mardi Gras Drive-Through Parade

    The Krewe of Pre-K takes to Chandler Circle to give a Parade like no other! Check out photos from today's Pre-K Drive-Through Parade for our families and see their Lower School friends as they join in the festivities! #cajun4Life #cajunkrewe
  • Senior Dylan Simmons Signs with Arkansas Tech to Play Football

    Country Day senior Dylan Simmons has officially signed to play football at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas, starting Fall 2021. Dylan joined the Country Day community in 2017 and has excelled in academics and athletics. Over the last four years, Dylan has made 1st Team All-District in baseball and football all while serving as a student ambassador, co-chair of the Black Student Union (BSU), and as a member of the Green Club. However, what many of his coaches and teammates attest to more than his skill and talent, are his strength of character and ability to lead.

  • National Merit and Presidential Scholars

    The National Merit Scholarship Corporation recognized seniors Ryan J. Cooper, Caroline A. Koppel, and Grayson Myers as Semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Jean-Paul Doucet was recognized as a Commended Student. Congratulations to our students for this honor based on their outstanding academic achievements, standardized test scores, and recommendations! Ryan, Caroline, and Grayson are also candidates for Presidential Scholars. Of the nearly 3.6 million high school seniors graduating this year, these students are one of approximately 4,500 students to receive this invitation. 
  • Wondrous Writers in 1st and 2nd Grade

    The Room One Wondrous Writers are ending their narrative writing unit. They have studied examples of writers of good literature and have become better writers by emulating them. They have learned to plan a story, follow story structure (characters, setting, events, problem/wish, and solution), to use vivid words for description, to develop interesting characters, and to revise and edit. They follow the Writing Workshop method where short mini-lessons are taught by the teacher and a demonstration is given; the students then apply the skill. Room One is just full of storytellers.
  • LVCA All-State Division V Team and MVP

    Congratulations to Nia and Ellie! Both were named to the LVCA All-State Division V Team. Nia was also named the MVP. A big congrats go to their Coach Julie Ibieta, named Coach of the Year for Division V! #cajunstrong


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    Mrs. Jennifer  Marsiglia 97

    Metairie Park Country Day School
    Director of Alumni Relations
    (504) 849-3114
    Metairie Park Country Day School
    Tulane Law School - J.D.
    Vanderbilt University - B.S.

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    • Alumni Spotlight

      Jim Cummings 2005 wins with Thunder-Road

      Congratulations to Jim Cummings (2005) for winning the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for his short film, Thunder Road! The Prize is awarded to one film in the program of 72 short films selected from 8,712 submissions.

300 Park Road, Metairie, LA 70005 (504) 837-5204
Established in 1929, Metairie Park Country Day School is a coed private school for New Orleans area students in early childhood through Grade 12. From the elementary grades through upper school, the care and cultivation of each child comes to life in our exciting academic program, creative arts, and competitive athletic offerings.

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