There are some children whose ability, passion, and curiosity are simply too big for traditional schools. They need a community of learners like them, plus brilliant, tireless teachers who truly understand them and find joy in teaching them.
These students do their best learning in a place where rigorous academics are just the starting point—where the day is often shaped by the questions they ask, and where a lesson plan is, by design, more roadmap than agenda.
Such students thrive in a place where they will internalize forever the understanding that having your own ideas and using them to solve complex problems is just as important as simply knowing the right answer. A place that gently reminds them every day: You belong. And the world needs your gifts.
For some, Seattle Country Day School is that place.
As one of our students put it: “I feel like a puzzle piece that finally found the right box.”
SCDS 7th and 8th grade class trip reveals were met with shrieks of excitement and abundant chatter!
Grade 7 students will supplement their Civil Rights Movement curriculum by visiting the South: Atlanta, GA; Birmingham/Montgomery/Selma, AL; and New Orleans, LA.
Grade 8 students will have the chance to behold one of the wonders of the natural world (Ha Long Bay) as well as the man-made world (Angkor Wat) when they travel to Vietnam and Cambodia.
The first day of school was full of excitement and engagement campus-wide. This week's Friday Flyer will feature more 'First Day' photos!
[09/05/17] Happy First Day of School! This morning is the annual First Day Coffee in the Upper Courtyard from 7:30-9:30 a.m. Stop by for a latte and snap a first day photo. We hope to see you there!
Day two of SCDS faculty and staff inservice week starts off with a gender diversity professional development opportunity with the founder of Gender Odyssey, Aidan Key.
It's inservice week for faculty and staff here at SCDS. We are buzzing with new school year excitement!
What a way to start the day! #solareclipse viewing on SCDS's Terrace Deck.
Looking at past summer fun for this week's #ThrowbackThursday as our 2017 #summercamp season comes to a close! #TBT
Our Facilities team has been hard at work on campus improvement projects from fire safety checks and updates to a complete overhaul of the Intermediate School boys' bathroom. We can't wait for the first day of school!
The 2017 Institute for SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) was wonderful to witness. What an amazing week of growth and ideation around social and emotional development for the students we teach!
SCDS is honored and proud to host the 2017 Institute for SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) on our campus this week! Stay tuned for photos and updates as this week of inspiration and professional development unfolds.
SCDS alumna Tamarin Camp, '17 (pictured below) is also on campus to assist throughout the conference!
Turning Passion into Achievement.
Pacific Northwest Ballet's official page.
With four Seattle neighborhood studios, 8 Limbs offers over 100 classes a day with exceptional teachers, Teacher Training, Retreats, Series & more.
The LI at UPC serves refugees, immigrants, and foreign students through ESL classes and home tutoring.
The mission of Pottery Northwest is to develop and promote excellence in the ceramic arts. Pottery Northwest’s goal is to provide a professional facility in an educational atmosphere for the enhancement of skills in the medium of clay.
Ballet Exclusively, Adults Exclusively
SCC Student Leadership We empower you to be active on campus and engage with the community.
"TheFilmSchool is truly a life changing experience."
The Alliance Française de Seattle promotes the French language, increases awareness of French and francophone cultures, and fosters friendly relations between them. Please see our website for a link to our monthly newsletter: www.afseattle.org
Gildenfire Dance is based in Creative Movement, Modern Dance, Ballet and Yoga. Through games, songs, skill building and introduction to dance concepts, children gain balance, coordination, confidence and a love for dance.
Founded in 1994 as the Pacific Northwest's first music conservatory, SCM has succeeded in educating aspiring classical music pre-college students to be confident and seasoned performers and musical leaders. Extension programs are offered for adults.
Wushu, Taijiquan , Filipino Martial Arts, and self defense instruction, serving West Seattle, Beacon Hill, South Seattle, Sodo Center, Burien, White Center