Adventures Outside the Classroom

Learning By Exploring

While learning in the classroom is highly valued and a top priority, the learning that takes place off campus, or even outside Canada, is just as valuable. Considering new perspectives and new ideas from an alternate frame of reference, be it cultural, historical, artistic or academic, is why students cannot help but learn when they explore. 

Adventures in the recent past have included community service trips to Africa, Senior music trips to Europe and the U.S., athletic trips to the United Kingdom and the U.S., outdoor education and French exposure in Canada, French language immersion in France, and summer courses in Costa Rica, England and Spain.

Recent Adventures

Trips Offered This School Year: 
  • Grade 7 trip to Haliburton Hockey Haven Sports Camp
  • Grade 8 trip to Ste. Marie Among the Hurons and Seneca College
  • Grade 9 trip to Camp Timberlane
  • Grade 10-11 Girls' Volleyball Breakout Week
  • Grade 10-11 Social Science and Art Trip to Washington, D.C.
  • Grade 10-11 Algonquin Experience
  • Grade 10-11 CDS Cares: Touching the Lives of Others
  • Grade 10-11 Green Build: Creating a Shelter from the Storm
  • Grade 10-11 Taste of Quebec: Cuisine and culture
  • Grade 10-11 STEM Takes Flight
  • Graduating Year University Trips East and West
  • Senior Music Performing Groups to Glen Bernard Camp, Ontario
  • International Independent Schools' Public Speaking Competition (IISPSC)
  • Senior Boys' CAIS Soccer Tournament, British Columbia
  • Senior Girls' CAIS Soccer Tournament, New Brunswick
  • Under-14 Hockey Tournament, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • DECA Provincials, Toronto, ON
  • Grade 10 French Trip to St. Donat, Quebec
  • Grade 8 Trip to Ottawa, Ontario
  • Senior National Public Speaking Championships, Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Duke of Edinburgh Dogsledding Trip to South River, Ontario
  • March Break Trip to France and Spain, March 10-20
  • DECA Internationals, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Senior Girls' and Boys' CAIS Rugby Tournaments, St. Andrew's College
  • CIS Drama Festival, University of Toronto
  • Grade 5 Trip to Glen Bernard Camp, Sundridge, Ontario
  • Grade 6 Science Camp at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
 

School Information

13415 Dufferin Street King, Ontario L7B 1K5
(905) 833-1220
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Founded in 1972, The Country Day School is a co-educational private school offering programs in JK-12 and located on 100 acres north of Toronto in King.