Parents—registration for Extended Day, Enrichment Classes, Conservatory Lessons, and Homework Club is now available for the fall trimester! Check out our many offerings on the website:
Parents, please note a change to the "2017–18 Key Dates Calendar" posted on the Parent Portal: May 4 is now a noon dismissal. May 11 is a full school day. Thank you.
Join us for Summer Theater Camp! Students in Rising Grades 2–8 will be working on a production of Annie Jr. with a final performance on Friday, July 21. It's going to be a great time...don't miss out!
Camp runs the full day from July 10–14 and July 17–21. For more information, visit the website.
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Far Hills Country Day School (Far Hills) conferred diplomas upon 38 students on Friday, June 9, 2017, in the Performing Arts Center on the school's campus. The students received diplomas recognizing the completion of their eighth-grade year.
This fall, the graduates will head to the most prestigious day and boarding schools in the country, including: Academy of St. Elizabeth's, Berkshire School, Blair Academy, Bridgewater-Raritan High School, Choate Rosemary Hall, Delbarton School, Episcopal High School, George School, Gill St. Bernard's School, Groton School, Kent Place School, The Lawrenceville School, Middlesex School, Millbrook School, Montclair Kimberley Academy, Morristown-Beard School, Newark Academy, St. Paul's School, Phillips Academy Andover, Phillips Exeter Academy, Pingry School, Rutgers Preparatory School, Westminster School, and West Morris Central High School.
Rising sixth-grade student, Jack Morais, has been named as a delegate to the JDRF Children's Congress, representing New Jersey. The Congress will take place in Washington, DC from July 24–26, 2017, and will include meetings with the country's top lawmakers.
Delegates to the Congress range from ages four to seventeen, and represent all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The delegates in JDRF's Children's Congress will enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help Members of Congress understand what life with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is like, and why research to fund life-changing therapies until a cure can be found is so critical.
"I am NOT a diabetic, I HAVE diabetes," says Jack, who wants to make one thing very clear: people with T1D are just like everyone else. Diagnosed just two years ago, Jack doesn't like talking about his T1D, but he has enthusiastically embraced the role of fundraiser for T1D research. He also coordinated a project between JDRF and our Service Learning Day to help other students understand T1D better.
Congratulations, Jack! We are very proud of you.
To read the full press release, visit the Media Hub on our website.