The Country Day School is proud to be a member of the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) organization. To be a member of CAIS, you must commit to maintaining an internal culture that strives to continually improve.
Earlier this month as part of our fall Outdoor Ed trip series, Grade 7 students travelled North to an exciting new destination – Killarney Provincial Park. This three-day trip was planned to be a cross-curricular outdoor education trip, which included experiences from the Geography, History, Art, Science and Physical Education curriculum delivered by subject teachers fortunate enough to go along.
Their legs still tired from jet lag, the CDS Senior Boys’ Soccer team ran onto the field with smiles brighter than the pale English sunshine in Leicester for the first game on their trip of a lifetime.
On Tuesday, October 17, CDS welcomed 23 American universities from across the U.S. (including Penn State, Drexel University, UC Davis, and University of Arizona) to meet with our Senior School students in the Mantella Family Atrium. This group is making a limited number of stops in Ontario, and we were excited to have them choose CDS for a visit.
CDS hosted the annual Conference of Independent Schools Teachers of English (CITE) AGM on October 13in the Scheinberg Family Library. The event was well attended, with 18 teachers from eight different independent schools.