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COLLEGE ESSAY: Kathryn Black to attend Colgate University

Holly Dayton

June 3, 2011

Complied by Holly Dayton'13, Lens Section Editor Every year, the Scroll runs a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This year's seniors are a very talented class who are leaving CCDS to go to colleges all ov...

12 students inducted into Cum Laude Society

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February 24, 2011

By Avery Maier '13, News Editor. At an assembly on February 17, twelve juniors and seniors were inducted into the CCDS chapter of the Cum Laude Society. The Cum Laude Society was founded in 1906 at the Tome School in Maryla...

Decapitated goldfish and "Dona Tia Trish de Nashvegas": Most memorable CCDS classes

Kate Taylor

February 21, 2011

By Kate Taylor '11 and Kathryn Black '11, The Lens Section Editors 1. Mrs. Dunn's Honors English 10 From the moment you step into Honors English 10, you know that Mrs. Dunn’s sarcastic wit is either going to impale you or...

Boys and girls swim teams triumph at MVC, SOSL meets

Jules Cantor

February 12, 2011

By Edwin Sam '13, Sports Editor The boys and girls swim teams are relishing in their success this month after remarkable performances at the MVC and SOSL. Co-MVC swimmers of the Year, Nathaniel Adams ‘12 and Charlie Warw...

VIDEO: Interview of the Week: Merle the Pearl: Mr. Black and daughter discuss faculty poker games, tackling Cross Country runners, and sleeping with Barack Obama

Cody Pomeranz

October 25, 2010

By Cody Pomeranz '11, Co-Editor-in-Chief A few weeks ago, The Scroll sat down with two of Country Day's most admirable and intriguing personalities.  And after weeks of technical and scheduling difficulties, we finally br...

Seniors attend medical programs at hospitals, universities, and wilderness camps

Kate Taylor

September 17, 2010

By Alexis Victor '11, Contributor Have you ever found yourself wondering what it’s like to shadow a doctor? Or to study in a wilderness medical course?  This summer four CCDS seniors did just exactly these things. Kathryn...

Swim team fulfilling high expectations

Cody Pomeranz

January 29, 2010

By Caroline Gentile, '13, Contributor During the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, the entire world stood transfixed as Michael Phelps won a record eight gold medals in the first week.  Swimming showed that it was a sport that...

Life of a lifer: Kathryn Black

Kathryn Black

December 11, 2009

By Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor The best thing about being a lifer at CCDS isn’t the recognition at graduation. Sure, that’s great; but I value my 15 years at CCDS most because of my experiences with classmates and...

Swimming poised to continue rich tradition

Cody Pomeranz

December 5, 2009

By Cody Pomeranz, ’11, Sports Section Editor Swimming has a long, rich history in CCDS athletics.  And there's no stopping this year's swim team from adding to this remarkable legacy.  With swimmers that Head Coach Marshall...

Kathryn Black considers career in medicine

Jayne Caron

September 15, 2009

By Kathryn Black, '11, Contributor This summer I packed my bags and flew off to Boston. I had never flown commercial by myself before. Little did I know that my nervousness would soon be left behind. The National Youth Leadership...