What does it mean to be a BCD student? BCD Students Are... Challenged.
BCD students come to school ready to learn. Small class size means teachers can give individualized attention.
Boulder Country Day School uses a rolling admission policy. This means that we will continue to receive applications until our classes are filled. While there is no deadline, we encourage early application to ensure there is a spot. To find out if there are spaces available, please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com .
For the Pre-Kindergarten programs, the application date is one of the considerations that determines your child's placement in the program - the earlier you submit an application, the better chance you have of being admitted to the school. For other grades there are many considerations but early applications are always appreciated.
For Kindergarten and grades 1-8, the Director of Admissions will contact you to schedule a student assessment. At this time you may also schedule a classroom shadow visit for your child. These assessments are usually about 60 minutes in length. The shadow visits take place in the child's current grade level class for either half a day to a full day. Also, teacher recommendation forms from the current teacher (Math and English for Middle School applicants), school records, and any test scores must be submitted to complete the application file.
Assessments are given for students entering Kindergarten through eighth grades.
Reading, writing, and math skills are evaluated, as well as self control, maturity, manners and the ability to listen and follow directions.
Assessments take approximately 1 hour.
Because we work on a rolling basis, families will typically be notified within two weeks of their child's application completion and shadow visit/assessment.