ABOUT WAYNE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Our Vision

Every person, a teacher;

every corner, a classroom;

every experience, a lesson;

every student, our focus. 


 

The faculty and staff of Wayne Country Day School are committed to this vision as we work to educate and prepare the whole student. The classrooms, the athletic fields, art studios, front office and even the cafe are learning environments. The faculty and staff work as a team to stretch our students in preparation for college and the world beyond. We recognize that learning is not the ability to memorize facts, but truly knowing how to problem solve, write and think critically and creatively. Beginning in the early years and continuing through the lower school and high school, our students are challenged in a supportive environment. Our faculty use best practices that are tried and true while also embracing technology. We are a google school and our classrooms are equipped with Promethean boards to augment our hands on learning.

 

Our school is committed to having a positive impact in our community through service learning projects, clubs, athletics and student lead organizations. We believe that every student should have the opportunity to find their passion, set goals for themselves and be successful. Our learning community embraces diversity and celebrates each individual’s uniqueness. We come together from various backgrounds, cultures, religion, ethnicities and beliefs to create an accepting, safe learning environment. We set high expectations for both students and staff.

 

We hope that you will come to visit us, meet our faculty and staff and allow us to show you what sets Wayne Country Day School apart. The individuals that make up our school create a family-like environment where every student is our focus. 

 

Dr. Steven D. Taylor

Interim Headmaster

Our Philosophy

Wayne Country Day School admits students of any race, color, national, or ethnic origin, religion, sex, or sexual preference, and our school and its facilities comply fully with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Students are offered a challenging academic program including literature and language, history and social sciences, fine art, mathematics, sciences, technology, and physical education. Learning is directed by a faculty of teaching professionals who are dedicated to the mission and values of the school, the unique needs of the individual students, and the enhanced learning opportunities offered by small classes in a supportive and nurturing environment.

Our Campus

Founded in 1968, Wayne Country Day School occupies a suburban 50-acre campus in Goldsboro, North Carolina. The physical plant includes 22 classrooms for Preschool (3-year -old kindergarten through kindergarten), Lower School (grades 1-6) and Intermediate School (grades 7 and 8). Additional classrooms for these divisions include a music room, visual arts room, and a science laboratory. This original structure was completely renovated in 2011. The new high school building was completed in August, 2013. This 24,000 square foot structure houses six classrooms, two laboratory classrooms, and stunning visual arts and performing arts classrooms.  All students share a 350-seat gymnasium and four athletic playing fields.

480 Country Day Rd

Goldsboro, NC 27530

Tel:  (919) 736-1045

​admissions@waynecountryday.com

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