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Carolina Day School to host open houses in January 2023

At an open house, parents can see the school in action, and meet the dedicated teachers + the bright students who fill their classrooms.

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Students and teachers engage in conversations in Nelson and White’s BEAM class at Carolina Day School.

Photo courtesy of Carolina Day School

Carolina Day School is calling all future leaders + problem-solvers to their upcoming January open house events. 📚

This innovative learning environment offers a unique approach to learning for students in Pre-K (as young as age 3) through grade 12. They also offer a “Key School” program for bright students in grades 2-8 with dyslexia.

While many schools are forced to “teach to the test,” Carolina Day prepares students for life beyond school, equipping them with the ability to learn, adapt, and make good decisions. This is reflected in the school’s dynamic curriculum, which includes a high school class called Biosocial Ethics and Motives (BEAM). In this interdisciplinary class, students explore the relationships between scientific engagement and social responsibility, resulting in a level of discourse and critical thinking that high school students don’t usually experience until college. 💡

Pro tip: If you’d like to see your child in this type of classroom, attend an open house this January where you can catch classrooms in action + meet the dedicated staff.

RSVP for an upcoming open house.*

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