Three Newton Country Day students were recognized by the Letters About Literature statewide competition. Run by the Massachusetts Center for the Book, the competition is for the girls to write a letter to the author of a book that changed their perspective on life.
Signs and cheers from the front driveway warmly welcomed students and their families on Wednesday, September 8 for the Opening Day of the 2020-21 school year. Excitement filled the air as students reunited with friends, met their classmates and teachers, and explored classrooms ahead of their first day of classes on September 9. This year, the community will focus on Sacred Heart Goal IV: the building of community as a Christian value.
Newton Country Day’s 141st Graduation Ceremony was held in the Sunken Garden on Thursday, June 3. The families of the 64 graduates of the Class of 2021 gathered under the tent to celebrate the hard work and dedication of the senior class.
This spring, Newton Country Day Middle and Upper School athletes, in addition to participating in sport-specific skills and fitness-based practices, scrimmaged against Eastern Independent League schools.
G. Hernandez ’24 was awarded the Hafize Gaye Erkan First Republic Fellowship. Hernandez is one of 10 ninth grade students in the first class of Erkan Fellows through the National Coalition of Girls' Schools (NCGS).