Shaping a Class/Community by Inez Odom, assistant head of school for enrollment and outreach
On Friday, March 9, we shared admission decisions with applicants and their families who have sought admission to La Jolla Country Day School. I have often wished that the parents of applicants could be in the room to see the amount of care and attention that goes into the thoughtful consideration of each and every student. Those of us in the Office of Admission never forget that behind every application portfolio is a precious child.
Fourth graders were welcomed into a garden sanctuary located in the center of the Sherman Heights neighborhood where they presented a check for $2,000 to Sherman Academy Garden as part of the LJCDS Philanthropy Partners program.
LJCDS exists to inspire greatness for a better world. Our promise reinforces our commitment to developing a culture and community of faculty, staff and students who believe in something bigger than themselves. Performing arts teacher Robert Wagner speaks to how he inspires greatness for a better world.