Every student at Savannah Country Day is encouraged to try new things and to see their world, and their possibilities, from a positive perspective. Responsibility and a work ethic are instilled early on, as students are challenged by the highest quality academics in an environment of constant motivation and support.

Savannah Country Day School seeks families who value the benefits of a demanding independent education and are prepared to actively support their children through a collaborative educational process. Students are evaluated on the basis of school records, academic testing, interviews, and teacher recommendations. Extracurricular talents and interests are an integral component of the student profile.

Savannah Country Day School does not discriminate and admits students of any race, color, creed, sex or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.
Discover the Country Day difference
We encourage you to visit our campus and learn more about Savannah Country Day School. Click HERE to review the dates and details for our campus tours and orientations.
What do our recent graduates have to say about Country Day?
Click HERE to watch a short video from recent graduates.
Parent Testimonial

"Before our children started Pre-K at Country Day, we could not have envisioned that the school would have such caring and compassionate administrators, faculty and coaches.  Nine years later we have come to realize that these traits are the backbone of this school and they are why our teachers do not just teach our children, they instill values and morals.  They simply care about our children's upbringing as much as we do and we are so grateful for it."

- Dennis & Leslie Keene

Meet the Department
Ms. Terri Barfield
Director of Admissions and Financial Aid  
Mrs. Amy Pinckney '85
Assistant Director of Admissions

Mrs. Jan Barrow
Admissions Assistant
2014-2015 Enrollment
- 894 Total Enrollment
- 91 Early Childhood (PK/K)
- 327 Grades 1-5
- 208 Middle School (Grades 6-8)
- 268 Upper school (Grades 9-12)
- 19% Minority composition in student body
Beginning School
- Initial entry into the school begins in prekindergarten. Students must be the age of four by the first of September.
- For pre-kindergarten and kindergarten, parents must have the child assessed first for the age-appropriate program.
- New students are admitted in other grades when there is available space.