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“When the school honors us for what our interests are, then we start honoring each other. We start out with different kids, different interests. And we end up as seniors respecting each other, and liking each other and honoring each other. We have this bond with our different interests, but we respect those different interests. And we're still friends. ”

—Jack Danforth '54

Jack Danforth `54 served as the keynote speaker for the Centennial celebration of St. Louis Country Day School’s founding, held on November 17, 2017. During the event, Jack shared various light- hearted memories of his days as a CDS student on the Brown Road campus, the students’ common commute on the bus, and the exceptional teachers who evoked passion in him and his peers.

The first week of the 18-19 school year is in the books. The senior class of 2019 came together for a group photo today, and are excited for what will be a great year of ruling the school!Happy first day of school! What a way to RAIN in what we know is the start to an incredible, new school year! #MICDS #firstdayofschoolAfter captaining some exciting summer adventures, #TheRoamingRam is ready to anchor down back at MICDS! Who’s ready for school to start next week? #MICDSFall sports are off and running with practices kicking off this week for our Rams! #MICDS