Erie Day School welcomes its highest enrollment in its history starting on Tuesday, September 4 — the first day of class for the 2018-19 school year. The school welcomes 225 students and 21 new families! Read more...
The EDS Playhouse production of Madagascar, Jr. took place on March 23rd and 24th! This was a show not to be missed. Madagascar, Jr. was a musical adventure based on the DreamWorks animation motion picture. Alex the Lion, Marty, Gloria and Melman took the audience through their adventure. The cast included students from Grade 8 to Grade 1.
Erie Day School students in Kindergarten—Grade 8 participated in a Walk-a-Thon on behalf of hurricane victims (Harvey and Irma) for the American Red Cross at Frontier Park on October 3rd. Teachers and parents cheered the students on as they walked 2 miles along the outside loop of the park. Erie Day School’s Student Council organized the event which included requests for pledges and donations. With help from teachers, parents and friends, $7,344 was raised and was donated to Pam Masi, NWPA American Red Cross, on October 27th.
Our mission at Erie Day School is to provide a student-centered, diverse, family-oriented environment where children are guided in strengthening their unique academic, artistic and athletic potential. Our highly educated and engaged faculty encourage students to develop international-mindedness as they realize their roles as responsible citizens in a global community.
Erie Day School’s Student Council helps share students' ideas, interest and concerns with faculty and staff. They also help raise funds for community projects, helping others in need. Representatives from Grades 5 through 8 are eligible to participate.