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GDS Discovery Day

Sunday, January 22, 3–5 p.m.

A Day of Hands-On Activities and Exploration at Greensboro Day School

Explore our 65-acre campus and discover how our program creates engaged learners, encourages students to reach their full potential, and prepares students for success in college and beyond.

Discovery Day Registration

To get started, click on Sunday, January 22, below.

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Crissy Anderson

Crissy Anderson

Interim Director of Admission & Enrollment

The Value of a GDS Education

Selena Clark
  • Parent

Greensboro Day School has been everything we needed in a school and more.

GDS provides a sense of security and the right type of environment to promote learning. Watching my son’s confidence soar through the encouragement and guidance he receives from his teachers is a true gift.

Ben Stewart
  • Class of 2022

GDS has truly impacted the direction of my life.

I came to GDS at the beginning of my junior year. Since then I've felt nothing but immense gratitude for the relationships I've had with both my peers and teachers. I've been in four different schools, and this surpasses all of them by far. My only regret is I didn't come sooner.

Kathleen Whitener
  • Class of 2022

Being a part of the GDS community has been the best thing that I could ask for.

I was given guidance and support, as well as newfound friendships that I wouldn't change for anything. This a place where students have the resources and environment to grow and evolve into something spectacular.

Holly Jones
  • Parent

I chose Greensboro Day School for my girls because GDS teaches them to be solid people as well as solid scholars. 

It prepares them not only for college, but also for life outside of college. They are nurtured, challenged, supported, and encouraged daily to be better than the day before. What more could I ask for?

Anna Gilbert
  • Class of 2016

I felt incredibly well-prepared to enter the college classroom after attending Greensboro Day School. 

At GDS, I learned good note-taking, reading comprehension, and research skills that prepared me for college-level work. I also learned how to be a responsible, motivated, and self-reliant student. I learned how to work collaboratively with my peers and to respect and value the ideas and perspectives that they have to offer. The combination of academic and interpersonal skills that GDS taught me has given me a definite advantage in the collegiate setting.

Explore Our Program

Preschool

Ages 2–5

Nurturing the joys of learning and independence

Lower School

Grades K–4

Encouraging curiosity and love of learning

Middle School

Grades 5–8

Guiding young people from childhood to adolescence

Upper School

Grades 9–12

Helping students discover their passions and prepare for college

GDS is accredited by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS).

Greensboro Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, disability (to the extent that reasonable accommodations are possible), sex, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or any other programs administered by the school.

Greensboro Day School does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs, services or facilities, including admissions, enrollment, and access to educational programs offered by the School in accordance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Science teacher helps student create model airplanes
Teacher works on laptop with two male robotics students
Teacher sits on a rug with a group of students