Easton Country Day School

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Basic Information

Address: 660 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT 06612
County: Fairfield, CT
Phone Number: 203 268 5530
Fax Number: 203 268 5863
School Type: Independent

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Easton Country Day School
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Additional Information

Founded: 1993
Ages/Grades: Pre-K - 12
School Setting:

Set on 10 acres in rural Easton Connecticut.

School Size: 220 students
Classroom Size: 12 - 16 students
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5/1

$21,000 K-8, $30,000 gifted, $30,000 High School

Financial Aid:



Available on website.

Support Services:

We offer Arrowsmith programming, and Cellfield programming. 

Summer School: Yes
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

All Students required to have a laptop. All classrooms have Smart Boards.

Uniform Guidelines:

Grades K-8 have uniforms, 9-12 does not

Mission Statement:

Easton Country Day School promotes excellence in academic achievement in the context of our motto “Responsibility, Integrity, Community - Praxis." We cultivate mutual respect and kindness in a multicultural environment where we encourage the development of competent, caring, and responsible citizens.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Classes at ECDS are vertically integrated to expose student to new material based on academic preparedness other than just age. An excellent education is not one size fits all. With this in mind, we seek to form the educational process around the child - not the other way around.

Traditional grade levels are, at best, only an approximation of where any given child might actually be in his or her academic growth. Easton Country Day School more accurately designs each individual child’s academic experience by utilizing vertical integration.

Vertical integration allows us to adapt an individual’s academic experience to his strengths and progress. For example, classes such as math are taught at the same time of day to all grade levels. This means that q child who is on pare for his age in most materials, but advanced in math, can simply attend a more advanced math class without being taken out of grade level or having his friendships jeopardized. Likewise, a child who needs to spend more time with grade level math may do so without interfering with his academic progression. These types of adaptations are considered quite ordinary and routine by students and teachers alike.