On Tuesday, January 23, seniors from Belmont Hill joined Newton Country Day seniors for a day focused on post-graduate life’s intellectual, social, and cultural transitions. This annual “New Freedoms” program introduces students to the newfound freedoms and opportunities they will face upon graduation through guest speakers, interactive activities, and conversation.
In her Statistics and Financial Algebra course, Upper School math teacher Kate Tremarche aims to teach students math-based life skills to help them in various aspects of financial planning and management. For their second project of the year, students dove into the process of developing a ten-year savings plan with the goal of purchasing a home. To present their research, students hosted an interactive Open House where staff and faculty visited each student’s booth and asked questions about the houses they chose to research.
Newton Country Day School wrapped another exciting fall athletic season with Field Hockey and Volleyball capturing league titles, Eastern Independent League (EIL) Tournament championships, and reaching the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Tournaments. NCDS also won ten EIL All-League, six EIL Honorable Mentions, two EIL Players of the Year, and one EIL Coach of the Year, along with four All-NEPSAC and four All-NEPSAC Honorable Mentions, one NEPSAC Junior All-Star, and one All-New England award.
On November 16, 17, and 18, Upper School students dazzled sold-out audiences with their production of Anastasia: The Musical in Newton Country Day's Sweeney-Husson Theatre. Congratulations to the cast, crew, and everyone who made this production possible.
On November 14, L. Leong ‘24 signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Boston University as a coxswain on the women’s crew team.