Courage and Confidence

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Courage and Confidence since 1880

Welcome to Newton

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.”Teniola Ogungbadero '20

A Commitment to Faith & Service

8:1 STUDENT: FACULTY RATIO

“NCDS taught me the skills, whether it be reading and writing in the classroom, friendship and teamwork on the field, or prayer and community in my faith, to blossom into the very best version of myself.”Nellie Adams '17

Excellence in STEM, Humanities, the Arts and Athletics

38 Interscholastic Teams in 14 Sports

A Member of the Sacred Heart Network of 22 schools in the United States and 30 countries abroad

Founded in 1880

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Recent News

Newton Country Day Honors the Class of 2024 at Graduation

Newton Country Day’s 144th Graduation Ceremony was held on Thursday, June 6. The rain held off as faculty, staff and the families and friends of the 62 graduates of the Class of 2024 gathered under the tent in the Sunken Garden to celebrate the accomplishments of the senior class.

Newton Country Day Honors Sister Barbara Rogers for 34 Years of Service

Members of the Newton Country Day community gathered on Sunday, June 2 to celebrate Sister Barbara Rogers, RSCJ and her 34 years of service to Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart. Among the upwards of 800 attendees were: students and alumnae with their families; past and present faculty, staff, and trustees; members of Sister Rogers’ family, and many of her fellow Religious of the Sacred Heart. 

Spring Athletic Season Wraps Up with Awards and Accolades

Newton Country Day’s spring athletic season wrapped up with a celebration of teams and individual achievements, including an EIL Championship, an EIL Player of the Year, and Evan Adair recognized as EIL Coach of the Year for Softball, as well as six EIL All-League recognitions, four EIL Honorable Mentions, five All-NEPSAC recognitions, and six NEPSAC Honorable Mentions.

Why Newton?