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At the beginning of every school year, each upper school grade goes on a retreat. The goals for the day (overnight in the case of the seniors) include having experiences with peers outside of the classroom, forging closer relationships with advisors and classmates, doing something active and fun, and enhancing the collaboration and community within the group. The retreats are designed with play and exploration in mind.
Today was the first Greyhound Spirit Day of the year! Students, faculty and staff flooded the halls, classrooms, playgounds, and fields in their red YCDS t-shirts. Every Friday we celebrate our York Country Day School spirit by trading our uniforms and professional attire for YCDS spirit wear!
Mr. Doll, Director of College Counseling, shared his expertise and tips for selecting and applying to the right college, this morning on Fox 43 Morning News. See what he had to say!
Fall 2014 After School Enrichment activities have been posted! Please visit our After School Enrichment page for additional information.
York Country Day School experts have recently been featured by several local media sources. See and hear what they have to say!
On June 22, YCDS alum Jenny Donovan (2005) was featured in a live radio broadcast of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors."
Mr. Steve March, Upper School Art Teacher, received First Place Award at the Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2014 exhibition awards ceremony and reception, on Saturday, June 21, at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Mr. March was awarded for his painting, Surveillance (05/19/2012).
We are thrilled to announce that Christine Heine will be the next Head of York Country Day School beginning July 1st. Read more about her.