Providence Country Day is a school where life-long friendships are founded, and this certainly proved true for five PCD couples: Sara and Chris Cote '00, Virginia and Alec Cambio '06, Latha and Soren Youngren '97, Molly Pieri and Sam Schneider '05, April Moore Taylor '94 and Ryan Taylor '93, and Diane Simek '95 and Robb Sullivan '96.
The Providence Country Day School (PCD) is expanding to offer a 5th grade class to their student body for the 2021-2022 school year as a result of overwhelming demand.
PCD recently spoke to Richard C. Philbrick '42, Amara Atella '01, and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Sullivan '96 about their time serving in the United States Army and the lessons they learned from their experiences.
PCD students, faculty, alumni, faculty and parents throw 100 bowls to raise money for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
PCD's Girls Tennis has been on a winning streak since mid-October, and in early November won deciding matches against Shea and Hope High Schools to tie for third place in their division.
This fall, PCD's Conceptual Physics class is completing labs in person — for the first time since March.
CeCe Bazar Aparo '07, Kumba McGill '01, and Emily Perkins '05 talk about their careers, the ways in which they challenge gendered roles and preconceptions, and the importance of female leadership and entrepreneurship.