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Sacramento Country Day is an independent, private, coeducational, college preparatory day school founded in 1964.
Enrolling students in grades PK-12, Country Day has provided the children of Sacramento and the surrounding communities with a first-rate college preparatory experience since 1964, setting the standard for academic excellence among area schools. Located in the Sierra Oaks neighborhood of Sacramento, the school prepares high-achieving, motivated students of good character for admission to the nation’s selective four-year colleges and universities. In addition to engaging in a rigorous academic program, SCDS students participate enthusiastically in the school’s many offerings in the visual and performing arts, athletics, and community service. As a result, our alumni return to serve their communities as outstanding leaders in the areas of industry, business, medicine, philanthropy, law, education, journalism, and the arts.
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If you're up early, you can catch Breakthrough Sacramento director Adolfo Mercado on Univision channel 19 tomorrow as he talks about the BSAC program. He and summer teacher Ziara Joaquin '11 were interviewed on campus this week. Celebration is tomorrow evening. Congratulations to all the students and teachers for another great summer!
Breakthrough Sacramento Summer 2014 has begun. Here's to a great summer!
More basketball! The HS boys play in the section championships on Thursday against Valley Christian Academy. The game is at Galt High School at 8 p.m. ($10 for adults, $5 for students) Come root on your Cavs as they make school history! Congratulations to the 5th/6th grade "white" team who defeated St. Ignatius in the PAL championship on Monday. The 7th/8th "red" team was also victorious, beating St. John Evangelist in their championship game.
Congratulations to the Mock Trial team! With Wednesday's victory they have earned a spot in the quarter final round this Saturday. The Cavaliers face off against Sheldon High School at 9 a.m.
It's a full week of Country Day basketball.See below for playoff information from athletic director Matt Vargo. The boys' HS team clinched the school's first league championship and are the #1 seed in Division 6. They face Faith Christian of Yuba City on Wednesday, 2/25 at 7pm right here in the Benvenuti Gym. If they are successful they play at home Friday night at 7pm. HS playoff admission is $8 adults and $5 for students. Our 7/8th grade boys' red team travels to St. John Evangelist in Carmichael to play to play St. Joseph's at 5pm on Tuesday, 2/24. With a win they will play on Thursday, 2/26 6:15pm at Jesuit. The 5/6th boys' white team also plays on 2/24 at 5pm, against Holy Trinity at Holy Family in Citrus Heights. If they win they will travel back to Holy Family on Wednesday, 2/25 at 5pm. And, finally, congratulations to the 7/8th grade girls, who won the St. Charles tournament this past weekend!! What a fantastic way to end the season. Go, Cavs!!
Country Day Basketball in Playoffs Congratulations to our 7th/8th grade boys red team who defeated St. Ignatius on Thursday night. With the win, they clinched the division title. Playoff game schedules will be available after seeding meetings this weekend. Another division win, this time for the 5th/6th white team! They, too, will find out the playoff schedule this weekend.
As we create our 50th Anniversary history book, we're looking for alumni memories of favorite Country Day teachers. What's your memory? Share them here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Claire Pinson '15 and Amalie Fackenthal '19 were recently named All-American swimmers. Claire will swim for Harvard University this fall and Amalie has three more years swimming for Country Day. Find out more! #gocavs #saccds http://www.saccds.org/post/claire-pinson-15-and-amalie-fackenthal-19-all-american-swimmers
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The high-school faculty are practicing their skits in preparation for tonight's graduation ceremony, which starts at 7 p.m. Hope you can join us for graduation or the alumni mixer that follows.