Your Giving IMPACTS...
Hands-on learning opportunities
The fourth grade Invention Convention allows students to find solutions to real-world problems and present their ideas to a panel of external judges.
"It was really neat creating my prototype and then seeing it come to life. My K-9 blanket really works!"
- Graham Shortridge, Inventor
Off-campus learning experiences
Kindergarteners walk off campus to the corner grocer to put their learning in action.
"On the way to Burbage’s, you can hear the jingle of coins and the chatter of the children. How many pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters will they need?"
- Garden Blincow, Kindergarten teacher
Bigs and Lils meet regularly to read together.
"When I first joined CDS...many impressive qualities stood out to me but mostly Charleston Day's commitment to social/ emotional learning through the character development curriculum. During a friendship lesson, I was floored when a second grader raised his hand, offered the word 'integrity' as a friendship trait and gave an example!"
- Allison Nesser, school counselor
Class of 2019 High School Acceptances
Academic Magnet High School | Ashley Hall | Asheville School | Baylor School | Berkshire School | Bishop England High School | Charleston Charter School for Math + Science | Christ School | Episcopal High School | First Baptist School | James Island Charter High School | McCallie School | Palmetto Christian Academy | Porter Gaud School | Saint Mary’s School | St. George’s School | Taft School | Wando High School | Woodberry Forest School