Grades 7 & 8 travelled to East Coast over Spring Break to tour the sites and experience new adventures. This is an annual trip for seventh and eighth graders that the students look forward to as they go through their years at RHCDS.
Grade eight students at the Sports Banquet with Mrs. Mac, Mr. Miyoshi and Coach Steven. They all did a great job representing RHCDS with their hard work and dedication throughout this sports season! We are so proud of our eighth grade graduates and wish them all the best for continued success in everything they set […]
Congratulations to our RHCDS finalists! (pictured with Middle School Math Teachers, Ms. Talar Gullapyan and Mr. Price Shoemaker). They competed at the Middle School Math Counts competition held at Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach. For the first time, our students will be advancing and competing at the state competition on March 30th!
Congratulations to our Middle School fourteen finalists that competed at our annual Science Bowl! Special congratulations to our top four Middle School students from the Science Bowl. They will advance to the Cal State Los Angeles Regional Middle School Science Bowl on Sat., February 9, 2019.
GO COLTS! The Fall Sports Pep Rally took place this week and Country Day students were so excited to cheer for their fall sports athletes! Great job this season, Colts!
Middle School students participated in the Science Bowl. Congratulations to our finalists that will be advancing to the Cal State Los Angeles Regional Middle School Science Bowl on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018.
Students enjoyed a full day of activities! A pumpkin carving contest, dance and costume parade for all to enjoy!
Steven Sato – @stevensato | +stevensato As part of the Middle School curriculum, Country Day students annually visit the Museum of Tolerance. Students in Seventh Grade see the Anne Frank exhibit while the Eighth Grade students experience the Holocaust exhibit. This year, RHCDS was privileged to host USC’s Shoah Foundation on our campus as they […]
RHCDS had a Spooktacular day full of festivities! There were activities for all grades! Kindergarteners learned to make their own slime in our Lower School Science Lab. Grade 2 students continued the Country Day tradition of performing their Halloween program with bewitching, spooky, silly and ghoulish songs. They also sang “Time Warp” in Spanish and […]