He’s parlayed an interest in digital media into a community service project and last spring, after partaking in a polymerase chain reaction DNA analysis lab in class, his interest in forensics ignited. As a result, this past summer, he attended the Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists’ annual conference in West Virginia.
Roth is, by all means, an extraordinary student.
But at York Country Day School, an independent, college preparatory school in Spring Garden Township, he’s not alone. All of York Country Day students are intentional, empowered students who embrace an enthusiasm for learning.
Because YCDS offers students something truly unique: an intellectual playground – a place where students like Roth can learn the fundamentals, infuse them with 21st century skills, and augment their journey through learning.
And it’s all by design – Extraordinary by Design.
“It’s intentional,” says YCDS Head of School Dr. Christine Heine. “Our community provides students with the freedom and the inspiration to learn and to lead with confidence.”