|Hornets Celebrate Annual Green And Gold Day|
Green and gold, that’s the spirit of the day! Middle School Hornets celebrated their school pride on Saunders field with the annual Green and Gold Day, a morning of fun activities, from tug-of-war to races—even in costume! Students cheered one another along and supported their fellow classmates, making it a great day to be a Hornet!
|Horizons Director Receives National Leadership Award|
Congratulations to SCDS’s own Christy Edwards, Director of Horizons Savannah, on her recent recognition at the Horizons National Conference. Mrs. Edwards received the National Leadership award—the organization’s highest honor.
|Hornets Celebrate Country Fair|
A BIG thanks to Country Fair chairs Heather Smith and Kerri Culver--as well as the countless Parents' Association volunteers--for putting together a fantastic Country Fair. From water slides and bouncies to delicious food and fantatsic booths, it was a great day to be a Hornet! The clouds provided a respite from the heat, allowing everyone to dance and sing along with the always popular Lip Sync! Each year, the Fair is a wonderful opportnity to spend time with other families and welcome our newest Hornet families for a fun-filled day on campus.
|Students Inducted Into The Cum Laude Society|
On April 14, Country Day held its annual Cum Laude Induction Ceremony where selected Hornets were honored in front of their peers. The Cum Laude Society recognizes academic excellence in the country‘s most prestigious high schools, and membership is strictly limited to schools with exemplary academic programs. Congratulations to seniors Jack Auer, Savannah Draud, Shrikar Iragavarapu, Michael Keene, Rob Muller, Cate Rhangos and Alice Win, and juniors Rares Cristian, Sarah Glover, Asher Kolman, Lucy Lewis, Michelle Liang, Nathan Luskey and Ernest Rogers!
|Joseph Conyers '99 Receives Distinguished Alumnus Award|
On the morning of Wednesday, April 1, Joseph Hawkins Conyers, Country Day class of 1999, was awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award, becoming the fifteenth individual to receive the honor. Mr. Conyers was recognized at a campus ceremony with over 400 attendees that included family, friends, fellow alumni, students and faculty.