Located in the heart of Greenwich, Connecticut, The Greenwich Country Day School's 92-acre campus is designed to be a wonderful place to learn and grow. For our students, the sunny classrooms and playing fields quickly come to feel like home.
"401 Old Church Road. Some see numbers; we see home." COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
EMMELINE KELLY, GCDS CLASS OF '15
GREENWICH ACADEMY '18
The Lower School includes 23 classrooms, a technology lab, Yeskey Library, Molinari Auditorium, music room, art room, science house, and playground, as well as numerous spaces for small group work.
The Middle School includes 18 classrooms, 3 science labs, a technology lab, a woodshop, an auditorium, and a Spanish language lab, and playground, as well as a number of offices for teachers and administrators and the nurse’s office. The Middle School library is located across the courtyard on the ground level of the dining hall.
The Upper School includes 13 classrooms, 3 science labs, science greenhouse, world language lab, math lab, study center, computer graphics classroom, makerspace, photography room, art room, music room, sewing room, and library, as well as a conference room, administrative offices, and numerous breakout spaces for small group work.
Performing Arts Center
The Performing Arts Center includes a theater that seats 420, a band room, 4 piano rooms, and a music technology lab.
The GCDS campus includes 8 playing fields, 4 gymnasiums, 4 tennis courts, a cross country course, a dance studio, a wrestling room, 2 swimming pools, a turf practice field, and a fitness and weight training room.
The Greenwich Skating Club, located contiguous to the GCDS campus, makes skating time available for the school, allowing Country Day to offer a unique program that gives all students experience on the ice. It also is the home rink for Country Day's boys and girls hockey teams.
Solar Power and LEED Certification
The GCDS campus reflects the school's commitment to sustainability and to educating students about environmental stewardship. GCDS's 260 kW solar system includes 748 solar panels, and the two newest buildings—the Upper School and the Performing Arts Center—are both Gold LEED Certified.
Country Day's 160-ft. giant elm is the oldest elm in Connecticut.
Oh, and we're all about Tigers and orange and black!