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“It's not about memorizing dates in history or calculations in math. You're practicing and cultivating what it means to be a citizen with virtues.”

—Lerone A. Martin, Ph.D.

Dr. Martin of Washington University was this year's guest speaker at the Bond Lecture, which is held every February in observance of Black History Month. The Erik Lyons Bond Lecture is named in honor of the first African American graduate to complete all eight grades at Saint Louis Country Day School.

Summer has been full of learning at Eliot Summer Academy! Here's a look at some of the experiments taking place in our STEM 0.5 and 1.5 classes in addition to our reading, writing and math classes. #MICDS #STEMNew Head of School, Jay Rainey, is enjoying lunch with Pegasus campers on his first day at MICDS!Learn how to dance the tango: check!What a fun summer it’s been for our campers at Aventureros, our Spanish Language Immersion Camp! They recently had their very own tango dance lessons! #MICDSHappy #FlashbackFriday to when some of our wonderful faculty and staff members received end-of-the-year awards! A well-deserved congratulations goes to our Sesquicentennial Awardees (Christy Moore, Mark Duvall & Brian Coco) and our Louise Morgan Staff Appreciation Awardees (Loretta Matteson, Sarah Keen & Paul Imbeaux)!#MICDS