PCD students, faculty, alumni, faculty and parents throw 100 bowls to raise money for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
2020 News Articles
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.
Providence Country Day School initiates quest to make private education more accessible, personal, and relevant.
Students and faculty are delighted to meet face(mask) to face(mask) after six months apart.
Providence Country Day is pleased to announce five new members to the Board of Trustees: Rodman Black, Sara Read Cote, Robert Goldberg, Kenneth Ryvicker, and Jonathan Savage. All five are alumni of PCD, with backgrounds in business, finance, or law.
PCD's Jen Caletri was featured on GoLocal LIVE yesterday to discuss actions students and parents can take to better prepare for the start of the school year.
As COVID-19 cases have swept across the United States, PCD alumni working in healthcare have been on the front lines of the pandemic.
"What we really wanted was for our kids to learn about nature, how to save the world, and how to be good artists."
Providence Country Day School celebrated the Class of 2020 at the 93rd commencement ceremony
The COVID-19 shutdown is upending college planning, particularly for juniors and seniors.
This article aims to provide guidance and information to students and families as they navigate the college process.
Throughout the month of February, PCD students and faculty recognized and celebrated Black History Month.
Faculty, staff, students, and community members are sewing homemade cloth masks to help ensure healthcare workers have adequate supplies - and your help is needed!
COVID-19 is filling the news, requiring social distancing, and closing many of the spaces that we know and love. Here at Providence Country Day School, we've put together some tips to help you stay well during this time.
PCD is very proud of our three students who were selected to perform at this year's Rhode Island All-State Music Festival!
As part of a recent winter session class, PCD students came up with ideas to redesign Leeds Library.
Five alums returned to Providence Country Day last week to share their experiences with entrepreneurship and perspectives on the continuing value and relevance of their PCD educations.
PCD's art history students tested their new visual literacy and analytical thinking skills at the RISD Museum of Art.
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
The Senior donated 14 inches of hair to the Children with Hair Loss organization.
The Kindness Club created a unique series of positive sticky notes placed on bathroom mirrors to help inspire and support their peers.
The PCD community comes together to share how much we are thankful for this year.
Middle Schoolers list their favorite books for young teen readers.
Team prepares for RIIL Quarterfinals against St. Raphael Academy on Saturday, November 9.
Pilar Beerman-Rodriguez '22 is ranked third in the state for goals (33) and fifth overall for assists (7) and total points (73).
The WPRI morning talk show learns how PCD builds community with key connections.
If you are watching the New England Patriots play the Cleveland Browns this Sunday, keep an eye out for two PCD alums.
The PCD community gathered today in the Evan R. West field house to formally install Kevin Folan as the ninth Head of School.
To serve students well and maximize learning outcomes, teachers must recognize the many differences among today's diverse student body.
The WPRI morning show featured a segment with PCD Head of School Kevin Folan on common challenges for today's students.
Construction for the new artificial turf sports field to begin this month.
PCD shares a few tips for academic and social success in middle school.
To more closely align assessment with learning, PCD piloted a new exam schedule this year - offering cumulative exams in April instead of the traditional June.
For the first time in school history, six seniors will be pursuing prestigious art schools in the fall.
The 45 seniors are heading off to 37 different colleges in 14 states and two countries.
"There is a tremendous level of respect and honor for their performance this year. We could not be more proud of them,"
Students in both middle and upper school are recognized for high achievement in all areas of school life.
The class of 2019 worked throughout the country and world to lead internships that were vast in both industry and scope.
Juniors Odelia Kabessa and Elliott Trendell were honored by Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea on May 17th.
Mena-Landry talks creative coding and speaking at the 2019 ISTE edtech conference in June with Providence Business News.
McDonough will compete with the Iroquois National Lacrosse Team's feeder team – the Road Warriors – as they face Israel and Puerto Rico later this month.
PCD Inducts 1981 Cross Country Team, the Saltonstall/Chace family, and four other Individual Athletes in 14th Hall of Fame Class.
The Congressional Art Competition recognizes artistic talents of local high school students.
PCD choir placed second at the annual Music in the Parks competition at Six Flags New England last weekend.
Students were on board the research vessel, Endeavor via a live stream event.
Four seniors and four juniors have been honored with PCD's highest academic distinction.
"The presentation they delivered at the State Championship trial would not have been what it was without every single person on the team."
"I find that it's as exciting as it is demanding."