|Welcome to the Middle School. Except during infancy, there is no stage of life when young people go through more changes in such a short time - and in every aspect of their lives. It is often bewildering to them and to their parents! |
So here at The Savannah Country Day, we offer opportunities for our middle schoolers to grow confidently as individuals, to take risks, to solve problems, to make a difference, and to have fun in a safe,supportive environment. Our faculty, exceptionally friendly and competent,understand that interacting with such curious, energetic students requires patience, humor, and sensitivity. Working in partnership with parents to see that every student experiences success is a top priority.
I invite you to browse our web pages and get to know us better. Middle School is an exciting place to be!
Head of Middle School
|Middle School Photography Gets A Closer Look|
Middle School students are studying the effects that a macro lens can lend in their digital photography class. Macro photography differs from regular photography by the incredibly close-up nature of a shot, oftentimes of a very small subject. Knowing that practice makes perfect, Ms. Horon's class went on an impromptu field trip around campus, taking inspiration from various gardens and locations.
|Middle School Gets Creative with Geography Projects|
Cooking, iMovies, eBooks and PowerPoint...these are all examples of the creative approach Mrs. Kovensky's students recently applied towards their Indian subcontinent research projects. Students kept classmates on their toes with imaginative presentations that showcased the art, architecture, history and traditions of the Indian subcontinent.
|Middle School Math Team Advances To State|
Members of the Middle School Math Team participated in the regional MATHCOUNTS competition, showcasing their talent and passion for math in a challenging contest. The top three students from this round will go on to the State Competition on March 23rd. Congratulations to Hornets Alvin Adjei, Jorgepablo Fernandez and Sowah Adjei!
|Sixth-Grade Science Charts The Age Of The Earth |
Sixth-Grade Science worked together in teams to chart the age of the Earth, using historical events as markers. By using a very long roll of receipt paper to represent the age of the Earth, these Hornets plotted historical moments from the building of Ancient Greece to their very own birthdays.