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Educational Options: Day Schools
, Grade Level: Elementary School
, Grade Level: Middle School
, Grade Level: Preschool
||The Country Day School (Madison, AL)
||The Country Day School is a private coeducational day school for grades PK-8, located in Madison, Alabama. We believe that learning should be a joyful experience, consisting not only of the mastery of academic skills, but also of growth in creative and critical thinking. Since confident students become successful adults, programs center on activities designed to build skills and self-assurance. As students are taught to become proficient in reading, writing, speaking, listening, computing, thinking, and analyzing, they learn to value their own unique gifts and to recognize those of others.
||Contributed by: Parent on 5/1/2008
I am very pleased with The Country Day School. The children are treated and viewed as individuals and are able to work at their own pace. My son is now in the third grade and my daughter will be starting preschool there in the fall. I had planned to send my children to public school after preschool but have decided to keep them at Country Day through the 8th grade where I know they will excel! All the children are well behaved and well disciplined by the great teachers and staff! I would highly recommend this school to anyone.
Contributed by: Parent on 1/5/2008
This is a fabulous school! It provides a warm and caring place for students to grow and learn. Very international, great arts program, excellent library and beautiful campus. The staff are well trained and most have graduate degrees. We could not be happier with our choice of schools.
Contributed by: Parent on 12/15/2007
My son attended this school for several years. It is an tailored to the individual child. It may not be for everyone, but he benefited greatly.
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