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5-Week Annual Fund Campaign

October 19

Learning Beyond Our Classroom

Our teachers understand the value of experiential learning, and thus extend their classrooms off campus into our community and across the country. Almost every day, students leave our campus by foot to explore nearby historic sites or museums. Beginning in 4th grade, students take overnight field trips. Your contributions to the Annual Fund help support such opportunities. The 5-week campaign runs until Nov. 10. Donate On-line Here.

kaunga field trip

The 7th grade visits Kanuga each year to participate in team-building challenges.

Some Places We Explore

Local Field Trips
students take colonial charleston history tour

SC Aquarium

The Dock Street Theatre

The Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon

The Powder Magazine

City Hall

Washington Park

Bee City

Dewees Island

Charlestowne Landing

The Gibbes Museum of Art

Middleton Plantation

Drayton Hall

The Charleston Library Society

Bulls Island in Awendaw, South Carolina

Kayaking at Kiawah Island, South Carolina

 

Overnight Field Trips

Barrier Island at Seabrook Island, South Carolina

Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

Space Camp in Hunstville, Alabama

Outdoor Mountain Center in Hendersonville, North Carolina

The Nation’s Capital, Washington, DC

Parent Representatives

Many thanks to the Charleston Day parents who are leading the 5-Week Annual Fund Campaign, which runs until November 10. You can donate online here.

Chairs: Allyson and John Ferguson

Class Representatives:
Alix Bragg
Alice Givens
Kaky Grant
Caroline Habakus
Amanda Honeycutt
Liane Kerr
LuAnn McCants
Kate Mettler
Maggie Mims
Emily Molten
Nevitte Morris
Mallory Norvell
Kristen Quinn
Elizabeth Shealy
Heidi Strenck

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In the Classroom

Eighth Grade Speeches

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