A Sacred Heart school preparing girls in grades 5-12 to be strong leaders in a global society.
Coming to NCDS has changed my life in the best way possible. I have learned to form my own opinions and stand up for them.T. Ogungbadero '20
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Newton Country Day instilled in me the confidence to make true friendships in college and the patience to find the people who will have a positive influence on me.delia levine '17, University of Pennsylvania '21
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Academic Excellence in STEM courses, the Arts and Athletics
Celebrating 200 years of Sacred Heart education in the United States
A Member of the Sacred Heart Network of 22 schools in the United States and 30 countries abroad
Founded in 1880
On Saturday, April 21, Newton Country Day School 7th and 8th grade girls competed in the Region V Massachusetts Middle School Science and Engineering Fair at Regis College. The competition brought 145 students with a total of 112 projects competing for one of the 40 spaces available to advance to the Massachusetts Middle School Science and Engineering Fair.
Bilingual Dominican- American poet, Rhina Espaillat shared her poems and stories with the girls of Newton Country Day this Wednesday. Espaillat has been praised for her work and for translating the poetry of Robert Frost and Richard Wilbur into Spanish. She has received the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award among others.
In observance of Holy Week, Newton Country Day participated in Learn/Pray/Act, an initiative dedicated to reflecting on and learning more about immigration through a variety of activities.