• Theater Students Travel Through Time and Space

    Fans of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic children’s novel A Wrinkle in Time, which has been seen in the past on film and TV screens, will soon have a chance to view another version!
  • Eighth Graders Advocate for Gun Control in Washington D.C.

    As graduation approaches for our oldest students, they culminate their time at CDS with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: a week-long trip to Washington D.C. where they not only see the sights but also have the opportunity to act as changemakers!
  • A Museum of Black Changemakers

    This week, visitors to Founders’ Hall had the opportunity to see a Black Changemaker Museum created by our Fifth Grade Humanities students, full of posters and art pieces about Black activists past and present!
  • Short Stories from the Eighth Grade

    Our eighth grade students have become published writers!
  • Making Connections Across Grade Levels

    At CDS, we believe that building relationships fosters friendships, leadership, and social justice, and making connections on campus is just as important as crafting bonds with the wider community.
  • L to R: CDS alums Anand Gupte, Jack Kotas, Kavi Greenwood, and Joaquin Morillo.

    Making Beautiful Music with the Urban Jazz Band

    Our students are making beautiful music together even after they graduate!
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