Greensboro Day School provides the most dynamic, comprehensive pre-K through 12th grade academic environment in the Triad.
We deliver a dynamic academic program that keeps students interested, active, and engaged.
We offer a wide variety of opportunities in extracurriculars, athletics, and the arts.
We inspire young people to think critically, find their voice, and be the best version of themselves.
Our families come from 52 different ZIP codes, and 28% identify as students of color.
Our campus is home to four academic buildings, several playing fields, tennis courts, an outdoor classroom and learning pond, a 600-seat theatre, and a 250-seat black box theatre.
Our teachers love children and are committed to helping them reach their full potential. 65% hold advanced degrees.
Small classes mean each student is known as an individual and challenged to reach their full potential.
Last year, 160 students took 390 AP exams. 82% scored 3 or higher.
79 seniors matriculated to 47 different colleges in 22 different states.
$2 million is allocated for financial assistance each year.
Bengal teams and athletes have won 44 state championships and 177 conference championships.
At GDS, students are treated as individuals, not just numbers. While a student, I grew my confidence while taking advantage of learning opportunities in and out of the classroom. I learned to never say no to something new and how to advocate for myself.
GDS gives autonomy to students to shape their own experiences. This is crucial to becoming an effective leader later in life. GDS taught me the value of public speaking and organizational skills and the confidence to tackle any challenge.
My teachers inspired me because they challenged me every step of the way, but they also believed in me. GDS gave me many opportunities for leadership. It was a place where I learned to love being on a great team, setting goals, and working together to achieve them.
Greensboro Day School prepares students by providing them with a safe place to make mistakes. Students are also encouraged to be creative and try something new; as a result, students learn who they are and discover their passions before leaving for college.
On November 16, GDS welcomed Erika Reynolds to campus to help us celebrate Native American Heritage Month.div
Congratulations to Reid Carrier ’23, who will continue his education at Sewanee and has committed to play basketball for the Tigers!
On November 5, the GDS community came together for Bengal Paws for Service—a morning spent in service to our community.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Little Women on their great performances of this heartwarming musical over November 3–6.
Student-athletes in fall sports were honored at award assemblies during the week of October 31.
The varsity boys soccer team concluded an outstanding season as state runner-ups in the NCISAA 3A state championship on October 29.
The Bengal varsity cross country team turned in an exceptional performance at the NCISAA State Meet at Stone Hagan Park on October 28.
Congratulations to Mallory Pitts ’28 and Courtney Kim ’23, who qualified to compete in the NCISAA State Golf Tournament on October 25. Mallory scored 77 to place 10th.
It was a great night to celebrate Under the Stars! Nearly 300 people attended this year’s event on October 22 to enjoy live music, food, drinks, and a beautiful fall evening.