• Preschoolers spend the morning with Harvard’s swim team, which has trained in the School’s 50-meter pool five years in a row.
  • In partnership with the Yacht Club, GHCDS produces elite sailors who compete in international regattas.
  • Linda Yoder reads to her third graders, who are frequently seen reading with their older and younger Reading Buddies around campus.
  • Forty-two GHCDS students make up the Cast and Crew of the magical 2016 Spring Musical, Cinderella!
  • Dawn Grey, Upper School Head, advises a senior. Ms. Grey studied at Cambridge University and has taught at other prestigious institutions including Detroit’s Renaissance High School.
  • The Annual Black and Gold Gala helps GHCDS provide nearly $1M in financial assistance.
  • Laurie Dunton, an experienced forensic scientist and master diver, conducts an experiment on algae with her sophomore marine biology class.
  • Stephen Chapman teaches basic programming with Code Studio. St. Croix, thanks to Global Crossing, has one of the fastest fiber optic cables in the world.
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Founded in 1964, Good Hope Country Day School is a 360-student, Nursery-12th grade, co-ed private school on beautiful St. Croix of the U.S Virgin Islands.

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The Weekly News: April 25

“Imagination is the source of every form of human achievement.” (Sir Kenneth Robinson)   Dear parents, alumni, and friends of GHCDS,   I’m sending out this edition of the “News” early so that I...
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