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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 is fun all around campus! Here’s a taste of what our sports and Pegasus campers have been up to.Top education leaders gathered for the 5th annual 
Summit for Transformative Learning this week at #MICDS! Teachers from the #STL region joined together to network and learn from education experts. Thank you to all who joined us to #transformlearning #STLinSTLNothing says summer like camping! Our 6th graders spent their final full days of school on a class camping trip at Hawn State Park. There, they experienced the outdoors and built on the fellowship that they developed over the year. Check out all of the fun they had in these photos! #MICDS 🏕Congrats to our #MICDS Boys Lacrosse team on their 6th consecutive state championship! #RamNation 🏆 .
Photo Credit: Tim Parker Photography