Cincinnati Country Day School

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Cincinnati Country Day School
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Address
6905 Given Road
Cincinnati, Ohio, (Hamilton County), 45243
United States
Coordinates 39°11′11″N 84°19′40″W / 39.18639°N 84.32778°W / 39.18639; -84.32778Coordinates: 39°11′11″N 84°19′40″W / 39.18639°N 84.32778°W / 39.18639; -84.32778
Information
Type Private, coeducational
Established 1926
Founder Harold Washburn
Principal Stephanie Luebbers[1]
Head of school Dr. Robert Macrae[1]
Grades PK12
Color(s) Navy blue and white [1]         
Athletics conference Miami Valley Conference[1]
Mascot The Indian
Nickname CCDS
Team name Indians[1]
Rival Summit Country Day School
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [2]
Newspaper The Scroll
Yearbook Archive
Athletic Director Theresa Hirschauer[1]
Website

Cincinnati Country Day School (abbreviated Country Day or CCDS) is a private, Independent School located in Indian Hill, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati.

History[edit]

Inspired by the Country Day School movement, which began in Baltimore twenty years prior, the school was founded in 1926 and now enrolls approximately 870 students from early childhood through high school. Starting in the fall of 1996, students 5th grade and above were equipped with laptop computers as part of the "Anytime Anywhere Learning" program.[citation needed] The school is an international leader in technology integration utilizing tablet computers on a wireless campus. The school also conducts Tablet Conferences "INKstitutes" several times each year to help other schools extend their technology integration. In 6th grade, the students receive their own web-page on the school server. The school newspaper, which is also online, is called The Scroll (www.scrollonline.net), and is part of the National Scholastic Press Association.[3] Each year, 100% of graduating seniors attend four-year colleges, and in 2013, 36% of the senior class was National Merit recognized and 48% of the classes of 2012 and 2013 were recognized by the College Board as Advanced Placement Scholars. The school sits on a 62-acre (250,000 m2) campus in Indian Hill, Ohio.

The school gained some national attention when, in the 2000 box-office hit, Traffic, a character claimed to be a student of Cincinnati Country Day School. Mention of the name has since been deleted from the film, but was cause for controversy due to the character's use of drugs in the movie.[4]

Alumni[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Country Day fields 20 teams in 15 sports. The school is accredited by the Ohio High School Athletic Association, and plays their games in the Miami Valley Conference.

  • Baseball - 1993, 2001 [5][6]
  • Lacrosse - 2001, 2005 Division II State Champions [7] (Ohio High School Lacrosse Association)
  • Football- 1992 Division 5 State Semi-Finalists
  • Girls Track - MVC Champions 29 of the past 34 years and have won the District Championship 21 of the past 27 years.
  • Swimming - MVC Champions 09-10, 10-11 and 12-13 seasons.
  • Rowing - 4 Youth National Championships.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association member directory". Retrieved 2010-02-17. 
  2. ^ NCA-CASI. "NCA-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Retrieved 2010-02-17. [dead link]
  3. ^ Cincinnati Country Day School. "Scroll Policies". Retrieved 2009-12-29. 
  4. ^ "School's fury at Traffic reference". BBC News. 2001-01-11. Retrieved 2010-01-02. 
  5. ^ OHSAA. "Ohio High School Athletic Association Web site". Retrieved 2006-12-31. 
  6. ^ Yappi. "Yappi Sports Baseball". Retrieved 2007-02-12. 
  7. ^ OHSSCA. "Ohio High School Lacrosse Association". Retrieved 2007-03-08.