Our day students represent only twenty percent of the school’s population, but they are a vital part of our community.
Though they don’t technically "live" on campus, they do spend quite a lot of time here: during afternoon activities, for Thursday evening seated dinners or at required events on weekends. We encourage this participation and welcome them as members of the broader school community.
We also hold our day students to high standards regarding conduct and responsibility; just because they drive home at night doesn't mean our school rules no longer apply.
Unlike our boarders, day students have driving privileges. Should they wish to provide transportation for a boarding student, appropriate permissions must be signed by both sets of parents and kept on file in the Student Affairs Office.