We welcome Peter Hans, president of the University of North Carolina System, to campus to discuss the challenges and changes for higher education in the state.
Our singular, focused mission permeates every aspect of St. David's School.
It defines who we are as a community of learning, and delineates our character and caliber of offerings. It distinguishes St. David's from other competitive college preparatory schools. It informs every decision St. David's leaders make in directing the daily life of the school, and in charting a deliberate course for its future.
In the classroom, in the arts, on the fields and courts of play, among our faculty and facilities, within the local and global community--on every front, St. David's School strives to achieve the greatest of expectations.
St. David’s is an independent school in the Episcopal school tradition that prepares young men and women for college and life by challenging them to excel in the vital areas of faith, virtue and knowledge.
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94% of alumni say they are
better prepared for college
than their peers. Listen to
one graduate's experience.
58% of faculty school wide and 75% of Upper School faculty hold advanced degrees.
750 made-from-scratch meals served daily.
17 opportunities for educational travel beginning in the Middle School and continuing throughout Upper School.
More than 40 athletic teams, 3 art studios, 6 choirs, 6 bands and 2 major theater productions annually offer students opportunities to explore their passions.
400 signatures added to the Honor Pledge each year during the Honor Pledge Signing Service.
6 local and national guest speakers on average each year as part of the school's annual Speaker Series.
81% percent of the class of 2020 received merit scholarship or honors program offers, averaging $101,000 per scholarship recipient.
15 70-inch interactive displays, 4 digital signs, and 26 iMacs in two labs support collaborative learning in a secure, robust environment.