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RHCDS Alumni

July 20, 2016
By Ms. Tashiro

Rolling Hills Country Day School is excited to share the news of where our 2012 graduates will matriculate in the Fall. Country Day Alumni will attend the country's elite colleges and universities, including Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California (USC), and University of California Berkeley, among many others. Congratulations! We couldn't be more proud.


Country Day Camp Magic

July 8, 2016
By Ms. Wilton

Summers at Country Day are magical. This week is all about the Magic School Bus. Campers made extraterrestrial headbands in art class and similarly themed projects in other specialty classes. To get into the spirit of the Magic School Bus, campers and counselors dressed up as aliens, astronauts, planets, and stars on Thursday.

Have you registered your child for Country Day Camp yet? There's lots to look forward to! Over the next 2 weeks, Country Day Camp will be focused on Disney's Finding Dory, with more dress up days, fun with Nemo, swimming twice daily, and one of Country Day Camp's famous "Big Shows." You don't want to miss it!

To register, call the Camp Office at (310) 377-4848, ext. 7051, or email for more information.

Enter to Win a FREE Week of Summer Camp

June 9, 2016
By Ms. Tashiro

Grade 6 at the Getty Villa

June 9, 2016
By Ms. Klimp

During the last week before Spring Break the sixth graders took a field trip to the Getty Villa Museum. They had just finished their studies about ancient Greece (now they are studying ancient Rome). The students were led by museum docents to view pieces of art relating to Greek Mythology. Afterwards, they had time to tour the museum and gardens before heading back to school.  It was a great day!!

First Grade Experiences Brazilian Culture on Field Trip

May 9, 2016
By Mrs. Wilson

After spending the last few months learning about Brazil and the Amazon Rain Forest, the first grade was lucky enough to experience Brazilian culture first-hand.  We had lunch at Pampas Grill, where we sampled traditional Brazilian food.  Then we traveled to the Brasil Brasil Cultural Center to learn Capoeira.  Capoeira is a martial art form disguised as a dance.  We not only learned more about the Brazilian culture, we had a blast doing it!! 


Welcome to RHCDS

RHCDS is a premier Kindergarten through Grade 8 school on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Our Lower School (Kindergarten to 5th Grade) and Middle School (6th through 8th grades) offer small class-sizes and specialized educators in multiple subjects. We are an independent, WASC accredited school serving families in Palos Verdes, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, San Pedro, and several other communities in the South Bay.