The first is a poetry competition for kindergarten through ninth grade with the theme, “Adventures in the Garden”.

Founded in 1880, Newton Country Day School is an independent, college preparatory school for girls, grades 5 - 12. If you have any questions, please contact the Development Office at, Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Schools. of the Sacred Heart, Challenging girls to become women of  FROM THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD CHAIR As we write this letter, Steppingstone is … Login. Phone: 617-244-4246. While things look a little different this year, the joy of being together remains. Like other independent schools, we rely on the generosity of our alumnae, parents, past parents, trustees, grandparents, and friends to help us meet our operational needs. KellEY '22.

intellect, character, innovation, action, and faith. For more giving options, visit Ways to Give.

In 1960 a gymnasium/auditorium was finished, with further additions of the Sweeney Husson building in 2002 (housing a theatre, state-of-the-art science labs, and an enlarged Middle School) and 2007 a new and greatly enlarged library. Our students regularly compete at the local, state, and national levels and we pride ourselves as a district that provides great academic and extracurricular programs for our students.

A Sacred Heart school preparing girls in grades 5-12 to be strong leaders in a global society. It is an investment in an existing program.

You can tell that they really want you to succeed.”S.

Founded in 1880, Newton Country Day, a member of the International Network of Sacred Heart Schools, is an independent school for highly motivated girls who wish to pursue a serious course of study.. Newton Country Day School If you have a question about Matching Gifts, contact Cynthia Nelson, Director of Annual Giving, at (617) 559-4711. This school year, in response to social distancing guidelines, Upper School Chapel has been reimagined with the launch of Cor Unum. We will gladly accept a gift of securities. of the Sacred Heart, Challenging girls to become women of  Wellesley schools roundup — Open Houses; WHS presents Hunchback of Notre Dame; Quiz Show team; WMS winter sports, Wellesley Education Foundation Spelling Bee, Wellesley Schools Round-Up: Hardy/Upham meeting; congrats Nat’l Merit scholars; Step-Up Day; Dana Hall Open House; authors visit Tenacre, Everybody’s coming to the Tenacre Fair in Wellesley — May 11, Save the date: Tenacre invites all to annual Fair, May 11, Give blood at Tenacre in Wellesley on Thursday, February 28, Art around Wellesley, and a bit beyond at the deCordova Museum in Lincoln, Fall Fun on the Farm at Chestnut Hill Farm, History lecture on Wellesley’s Belvedere neighborhood (online), Free electric lawn care workshop for land care professionals, Pinnacle Residential Properties—owning a Wellesley Victorian, a love story, Wellesley's Hardy/Upham project gets hashed out one last time, Wellesley Public Schools viral testing program update, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 1998 Wellesley College speech: 'The Supreme Court: A Place for Women', The things you hear on a yes, Wellesley front porch, Please support our advertisers—they support us, Wellesley restaurants offering take-out and delivery, Wellesley, Massachusetts restaurant — Amarin of Thailand, My giant Wellesley regret: Never picnicking high above Paintshop Pond, Wellesley Business Buzz: Beth Urdang double dips in the Square; Bruegger’s officially done; Sunset Sale is on, Jack Sanford: Wellesley's Major League Baseball Star, Wellesley Sports Discussion Facebook Group. It is the philanthropic priority of the School and we look to our entire community for support and participation. intellect, character, innovation, action, and faith. Everyone is so fortunate to be at NCDS. Facebook (opens in new window/tab) Pollinators, Pesticides and Miscellaneous Matters. Our mission is to provide educational excellence for ALL students. Capital gifts are investments in the future. In December 1925 it moved to the Loren Towle Estate in Newton, where the architectural firm of Maginnis and Walsh added a chapel and a four-story school wing completed in 1928.