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.
“BCD is a beautiful place where children can be children. It’s a tight-knit community that fosters forward thinkers and good citizens.”– BCD Elementary School teacher
We offer admission tours most days from 9-3:00 by appointment; please let us know when you are free and we’ll do our best to schedule it during that time. Tours are for parents with or without your children and include a brief overview of the school, a tour and a time to ask questions. Tours typically last about an hour.
Tours are a great way for parents or guardians to learn about Boulder Country Day’s mission, community and offerings. You’ll walk through our 5.5 acre campus visiting classrooms and indoor spaces as well as our fields and playgrounds. You’ll meet faculty and students along the way and you’ll be given a chance to get a “feel” for BCD.
Tours provide time for parents and guardians to ask questions and begin to determine if BCD might be a fit for your child. “Fit” is the most important element of selecting a school and we hope that you’ll come visit to explore for yourself if our challenging and nurturing community might be it!
Attending an Open House is a great way to learn about Boulder Country Day School, our academic and arts programs as well as to have a chance to meet faculty, administrators and other prospective families. We hope you'll join us!
All School Open House - January 14, 2015, 9:00-10:30 am
or call (303) 527.4931 x248