|1.||Detroit Country Day|
If you look on Wikipedia, you will find pure propogandalikelove written by the staff of the school, and the definitions here are vague and hateful. So this is supposed to be the non biased yet detailed definition. The other definitions are very accurate, but it is neither black nor white and more of a rainbow of diversity swirled into shades of grey. Robin Williams attended and so did the C.E.O. of microsoft. Robin Williams didn't like it, and he ended up moving to California so he only attended the middle school amd about one year of high school but while attending he was on the wrestling team (a picture of him wrestling is featured in the school entranceway) and was known as an honorary Jew.more...
The main stereotypes you will see there are:
Smart asians, mostly Indian and mostly who have parents who are strict doctors who value education
Atheletes on scholarship (a lot from Detroit although some kids on scholarship are picked for reasons other than sports, but these are somewhat rare)
Kids whose parents teach there tend to get in easier and get a discount on the twenty grand tuition
Rich people (including the Jew Crew, and a few sons and daughters of C.E.O.'s and executives, the girl who's dad is Dr. Z recently graduated)
The culture of the school is quite odd mainly because of the propoganda running it and the strict rules. Students are required to take two sports a year, (one of which is allowed to be weight training or a play, and the other which has to be a real...
|2.||Providence Country Day|
Providence Country Day (PCD) is a school for stupid rich sluts and assholes who could not get accepted anywhere else. Frequent free period activities for underclassmen are sneaking around and smoking lots of pot. For seniors, activities are limited to Schedule One Drugs.
Providence Country Day is full of sluts and assholes.
|3.||Detroit Country Day|
Originally based in Detroit, but quickly moved to the suburbs area of metro Detroit when admissions actually became significant, the school is a secular private institution. There are three campuses and four schools in total. The Upper school is the equivalent of a Highschool and is - in my honest opinion- the only high quality school experience.more...
The school year at DCDS is shorter than surrounding public schools, and the school offers days off and nights without homework due to several different cultural events.
The school uniform at the Upper School for men consists of a general tie, a white shirt with a DCDS monogram, khaki or grey pants with a DCDS monogram, dress shoes obviously, and an expensive blazer or varsity sweater on top of it all. The top button of the button down shirt is meant to be buttoned at most times, but the faculty is lenient. You must be clean-shaven, or you will get a detention.
No hats, no earrings, no visible tattoos, no piercings, cell phones must be off unless between classes, you must wear a belt, and have your collar buttons done. This is, of course, if you get caught by a dean or draw attention to yourself in class.
Women may wear a khaki, blue, or grey skirt, or (this is new) they may wear pants like the guys. A girl does not need to wear a tie with a blazer or a sweater every day, but she needs a blazer on color days.
The Honors and AP classes are relaxed yet difficult.
The classes offered to ordinary students may have teach...
|4.||Charlotte Country Day School|
A very expensive private school in Charlotte, NC. It costs as much to go there as college, and if you have to ask how much tuition is, you can't go there. It is grades k-12, and they have a map for their campus. Country Day recruits for sports, so the public schools won't play them. Their school is extremely nice, rich, and occasionally snobby. Most students drive a Lexus or BMW. Despite Country Day's recruitment, their football team is average.
rich snob kid Charlotte Country Day School
|5.||Rye Country Day School|
An elite private school located in Rye, New York. Founded in 1869, Rye Country Day School enrolls students from Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade and sends over 50% of each graduating class to Ivy League or equally prestigious universities. Its rigorous academic program is complemented by thriving student organizations and state-of-the-art athletic facilities on its 26-acre campus. Admission to Rye Country Day is most competitive, with just 14.6% of applicants accepted to the high school for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Rye Country Day School provides an enriching experience that prepares its students for success at the most challenging universities.
|6.||Charlotte Country Day School|
College preparatory school located in Charlotte, NC. Long considered a safety school for those not admitted or removed from Virginia boarding schools whose parents live in the Charlotte, NC area. Charlotte Country Day offers strong academic and very strong athletic programs. High achieving students who take advantage of the incredible teachers and facilities typically go to UNC-Chapel Hill, Washington and Lee, and Middlebury. Students have gone to Ivy Leagues and other top-tier colleges. Charlotte Country Day also has multiple state championships and regularly sends students to play in college.
CCDS is also part of the "Big Three" Charlotte Prep Schools which include Charlotte Country Day, Charlotte Latin, and Providence Day School
Lacrosse player with flow: "I go to the Charlotte Country Day School"
Girl: "So what prep school did you get kicked out of?"
Lacrosse player with flow: "Woodberry..."
|7.||Providence Day School|
private school in charlotte north carolina for all the cool kids. Better than Country Day and Latin combined. Kind of a stud of a school. Got dem lax bros and football boys, better than any one elses. everyone wishes they went there.
"Providence Day School > Charlotte Country Day School + Charlotte Latin