Science Day is a RHCDS favorite! Students enjoy different science projects taught by lower school teachers for a fun filled day. Science Day has become an annual event that our Country Day families look forward to. Our parent volunteers help to make this day extra special for the students as they participate in the projects […]
Grade 5 students took a trip to AstroCamp! During their 3 day stay, students participated in a unique mix of science and space exploration activities as well as mountain adventure activities!
A wonderful tradition continues at Country Day. Students in lower grades are paired up with older students as their Buddies. Helping to ensure our younger students that they will always have their buddy to look up to during their years a RHCDS!
Welcome to Country Day! Whether this is your first or ninth year with us, we are excited to have you and your students here on campus. We hope that you had a wonderful summer filled with lots of sunshine and good times with family and friends. We opened this school year with our first school-wide […]
Grade 8 students standing in front of the beautiful mural by art teachers, Miss Marianna DeSalles and Mr. Zen Del Rio. The Class of 2019 dedicated this beautiful work of art to Mrs. Debby Corette as their class gift!
Another year, another fun filled HeyDay! This year family and friends played games, won prizes and had many different treats as they enjoyed the “Aloha” theme. Thank you to all of the parent volunteers who worked together on this very special RHCDS tradition!
Every year grade 7 & 8 students are given the option of participating in the Winter Musical. The production this year was Willy Wonka, Jr.! Staff and students began working on this project in September debuting the show in March. So much time and dedication from staff and students alike went in to making the […]
Kindergarten through grade 2 invited their Grandparents and Grandfriends to spend a fun filled day with them. They went to their different activities together and enjoyed a lovely lunch talking about school and their favorite activities. It was a day enjoyed by everyone!
Grade 3 students were each assigned a bird they had to do research on. After all of their hard work, they happily shared facts and what they learned about the bird they studied with parents, family friends, and students!
We had 16 countries represented from Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe, Central- and South America. Each year there is a special topic, and this year the focus was on Native Animals and Mascots. The students toured our global village, getting their passports stamped at each country, and participated in a scavenger hunt designed to enhance […]