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Good Hope Country Day School invites Prospective Families to ‘Cookies, Coffee and Conversation’

Good Hope Country Day School students (Submitted photo)

Good Hope Country Day School (GHCDS) cordially invites local families to indulge in a delightful morning of “Cookies, Coffee and Conversation” from 8-9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the school library.

Parents will enjoy coffee while engaging in meaningful conversations about the unique educational experiences the school offers, while children explore their creativity by decorating holiday cookies.

As an added experience, students in grades kindergarten through 12th are welcome to discover firsthand what it’s like to be a Good Hope Country Day School student. This optional student visit day allows prospective students to spend the remainder of the day on campus as shadow students. They will attend classes, meet with teachers and interact with current students, gaining valuable insights into the school’s community. Registration is required for students interested in participating in the shadowing experience.

Please RSVP to admissions@ghcds.org  by Dec. 11.

Good Hope Country Day seniors volunteer at the event. (photo credit: Michelle Dizon)

“We can’t wait to share this special morning with our community,” said Robyn Brunson, director of Admissions and Communications with GHCDS. This event is a fantastic opportunity for families to get to know our school, ask questions and experience what makes GHCDS so special.”

For further information, contact:

Robyn Brunson

Director of Admissions and Communications

Good Hope Country Day School

Phone: 778-1974

Email: admissions@ghcds.org

About Good Hope Country Day School

Good Hope Country Day School is an independent, multicultural, college preparatory educational community set on a 34-acre campus.

The school is a spirited collaboration among dedicated educators, involved parents, concerned community leaders and inquisitive young people.

The school recently implemented Cambridge International, a highly respected global K-12 curriculum for all students from nursery to 12th grade. Cambridge International is a part of Cambridge University in the UK, one of the top universities in the world.

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