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
A Commitment to Faith & Service
8:1 STUDENT: FACULTY RATIO
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
Academic Excellence in STEM courses, 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
On Thursday, November 21, C. Bizup ’23 spoke before the Brookline Town Meeting to advocate for the passage of a warrant article to lower the voting age in municipal elections to 16. Thanks to the lobbying efforts of people like Bizup, the article passed 142 in favor, 71 opposed, and six abstaining.
This fall, students in Developmental Psychology studied children's cognitive, social, and emotional development. In order to reinforce their knowledge, the girls competed in a Design-A-Toy project to create a toy to aid children in reaching their developmental milestones.
On Monday, November 18, Newton Country Day seniors O. Czech ’20 and K. McGauley ’20 committed to continue their athletic careers in college. Czech signed a National Letter of Intent to become a member of the Women’s Rowing Team at Georgetown University, and McGauley signed a Commitment Letter to join the Sailing Team at Boston College.