The Savannah Country Day School

Service Through Knowledge and Character
Middle School
Middle School is dedicated to fostering in students a positive sense of self-esteem and an enthusiasm for lifelong learning. The Middle School offers a rigorous and challenging course of study that emphasizes development in traditional academic areas while also meeting adolescents' unique developmental needs. Predicated on our Honor Code and committed to educating the whole child, the Middle School attempts to nurture individual students and challenge them to explore and develop their potential.
Our program is designed to develop students' specific knowledge and skills, yet it has a larger mission to inculcate healthy habits of mind, heart, and action. Middle School teachers must simultaneously challenge and nurture, encourage independence, provide structure, and reach curricular objectives while meeting each child’s needs. Essentially, the Middle School program must address the complex nature of adolescence in a supportive academic environment – one that makes the transition from Lower School to Upper School and from childhood to young adulthood as rewarding and productive as possible.

Middle School News

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Jeremy Hammond

    Mr. Jeremy Hammond 

    Head of Middle School
    (912) 961-8686
    University of Detroit-Mercy - M.A.
    St. Bonaventure University - B.S.
    Jamestown Community College - A.S.
  • Photo of Elizabeth Bass

    Mrs. Elizabeth Bass 

    Middle School Dean of Students, 8th grade History Teacher
    (912) 961-8696
    University of Georgia - M.Ed.
    Davidson College - B.A.
  • Photo of David Nash

    Mr. David Nash 

    Middle School Counselor, English Teacher, Head 7th/8th Grade Football
    (912) 925-8800 x8737
    Lamar University - M.A.
    Florida Atlantic University - M.A.
    University of Miami - B.A.
    Johnson & Wales - AS
  • Photo of Caroll Lee

    Mrs. Caroll Lee 

    Administrative Assisant to the Head of Middle School, After School Program Director
    (912) 961-8695
    Barton City Community College - A.S.