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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Blair Price was recently featured in Black Southern Belle. In her own words, "I want people to experience my voice through my home, and for me, the biggest part of that is referencing and celebrating my past."
As a mechanical engineering major at Louisiana Tech, Kevin McKee's facility protection tool, a jack slot cover for ICBM missile silo sites, was picked up by the US Air Force's Global Strike Command. Kevin's mother writes, "Country Day's unique approach to education created a foundation that has challenged, complemented, and enhanced his passion for all things mechanical."
Board of Trustees Chair Rachael Gambel announced on October 7, 2020 the appointment of Rob Hereford as Metairie Park Country Day School’s 10th Head of School. Mr. Hereford’s tenure will begin on July 1, 2021, the 93rd year of the School. He will succeed Interim Head of School Ian Craig.
Hello from Country Day! Check out some of what is happening on campus! From history lessons taking place on Founders' Terrace and English classes taking place in the beautiful picnic area to our Kindergarten classes reading in their new spaces and lots of happy faces all around, we are incredibly fortunate to have such vibrant spaces to learn and grow! #cajun4life
Students in Ms. Steckler's 8th grade French class engaged in an exciting "Picture Talk" today courtesy of Mr. Young. Mr. Young shared a feature of The New York Times with the faculty called "What's Going on in this Picture" geared to get students talking about what they see in a photo stripped of its caption. In a World Language classroom, students can use the target language to answer questions about the photo. This reinforces basic vocabulary and provides an opportunity to use more sophisticated grammar structures and verb tenses. Today, students spoke in French about how the man under the piano had recently lost his job as a stock market broker. They suggested that the photo was ironically taken on Wall Street. Learning about La Bourse ended up being a teachable moment.
The NationalMeritScholarship Corporation recognized seniorsRyan J. Cooper, Caroline A. Koppel, and Grayson Myers asSemifinalistsin the 2021NationalMeritScholarship Competition.Semifinalistsare chosen based on their outstanding academic achievements, standardized test scores, and recommendations. TheSemifinalistsrepresent less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors and are the highest-scoring entrants from each state.
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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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