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 […]
“Vote! Vote! Vote!” Many children hear their parents and adults say this but do they really know what they are talking about and, most importantly, what they are voting for? Rolling Hills Country Day School Middle School students do! Last week and this week, the Middle School students had an opportunity to learn about key […]
Each year, Rolling Hills Country Day School students in Grades Four through Eight participate in various Outdoor Education programs. In the Lower School, the Outdoor Education experience begins in Grade 4 with an excursion for one night and two days to Dana Point. This is a California history trip which occurs at the end of […]
Each year, RHCDS hosts Middle School High School Night for all middle school students. The first forty minutes of the event is dedicated to graduating eighth grade students and their parents. Various high schools are represented such as Chadwick, Loyola, Bishop Montgomery, Palos Verdes Peninsula High, Palos Verdes High, Redondo Union, Vistamar, Marymount and several […]
Welcome back new and returning Country Day students. Looking forward to another great year at RHCDS! Grade 5, leaders of our Lower School, learning how to raise the flag for morning meeting.
During the last week before Spring Break the sixth graders took a field trip to the Getty Villa Museum. They had just finished their studies about ancient Greece (now they are studying ancient Rome). The students were led by museum docents to view pieces of art relating to Greek Mythology. Afterwards, they had time to […]